Every time the door to Ohio’s locker room opened on Saturday after the game, cheers rang out.
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West Virginia came to Athens trying to stir up trouble, but Ohio was not going to let anyone bully it on home ice. The Bobcats won an aggressive game Thursday night in Bird Arena, beating the Mountaineers 6–1.
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Ohio swept Northern Illinois 3-0 (25-17, 25-22, 25- 21) on Friday in the Huskies’ Convention Center. This is Ohio’s first match sweep since it swept Miami on March 12. The Bobcats deserved the win, earning 15 more points than Northern Illinois (8-13, 8-13 Mid-American Conference) who struggled against Ohio’s offensive.
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Vera Giacomazzi wiped away tears as she hugged Ohio coach Deane Webb and listened to cheers from her teammates before Ohio’s final home match of the regular season.
Just as soon as the season started, it’s coming to an end.