Ohio’s playoff run has come to an end — for now.
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Ohio’s first series of the season started out promising but ended in disappointment.
On this special episode of 'Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria talk to Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan about the Olympics and more women in sports.
After six months of hard work and play, Ohio’s regular season is coming to a close.
Not many players can step into a leadership role quite like how Sam Turner has. The junior, as well as the rest of Ohio, has had to adapt to a strange season. A new coach, a tough schedule and multiple cancelations have put Ohio in a difficult situation. Its newer players needed an upperclassman to lean on and look to for guidance.
Saturday’s 4-3 overtime loss to Liberty marked Ohio’s final game in Bird Arena this season. It also marked senior night for six of the Bobcats.
Ohio’s frustrations have extended another night. Despite getting off to one of its strongest starts of the season, it dropped its third straight game 4-2 to Liberty on Friday night.
Ohio has extended head coach Lionel Mauron’s contract through the 2022-2023 season.
On this week’s episode of 'Yes Ma’am,’ hosts Ashley and Molly discuss Ohio sports and moments from the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Ohio announced on Thursday that its series against Lindenwood has been canceled due to inclement weather. The series was set to take place Feb. 4-5 in Bird Arena. There are no plans to reschedule the games at this time.
Ohio needs a win, and it needs one soon.
On the season two premiere of ‘Yes Ma'am,’ hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly give an update on Ohio sports and discuss their favorite women in sports moments from over break.
Ohio had victory in its sights.
The first period of Ohio’s game against Stony Brook was like an anchor, weighing the team down until it finally sank.
Ohio announced Tuesday that its series against Drexel, scheduled for Jan. 7-8, has been canceled. The announcement came due to Drexel University’s cancelation of all athletic events for that weekend. As of Tuesday, there have been no plans to reschedule the series.
On this week’s episode, hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly discuss current events in college football and other news.
Going into Saturday, Ohio had one main goal: Don’t repeat the same mistakes it made on Friday, and don’t let Niagara win on the road in overtime again.
Nick Erker hasn’t always been making big plays for Ohio this season, but he’s stepped up in his role as of late. The junior was one reason why Ohio was so close to winning on Friday against Niagara. The Bobcats lost 3-2 in overtime at Bird Arena, but Erker did his part to help them put up a fight.
After winning its last three games, Ohio (13-7) got a well-deserved break from gameplay. This weekend, however, it’s time for it to get back on the ice and pick up where it left off. The last time the Bobcats played, they swept Roosevelt in a two-game series on the road on Nov. 19-20.