On this week’s episode, hosts Ashley, Maria and Molly discuss current events in college football and other news.
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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.
Ohio took over The Edge Ice Arena this weekend.
On this week’s episode of ‘Yes Ma’am,’ hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria discuss women sports broadcasting and give an update on Ohio sports.
Spencer Schons has had many influences throughout his hockey career. However, when asked who helped him the most, Schons has two answers that immediately come to mind. The freshman can trace his love and dedication to hockey back to his father as well as his junior hockey team, the Northern Cyclones.
Ohio couldn’t finish how it started on Friday.
On this week’s episode, hosts Molly and Maria talk about female owners throughout professional sports leagues and give an update on Ohio sports.
Ohio has the home advantage no longer. After playing 15 of its first 16 games at home, Ohio is preparing for its first weekend on the road. It’ll travel over 300 miles south to take on Liberty, the No. 3 team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association.
Ohio got its third win in a row on Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Bird Arena.
As cold as it was in Bird Arena on Friday, Ohio was on fire.
Drew Magyar is a dedicated leader on the ice, and it showed on Thursday.
On this week’s episode, hosts Ashley Beach, Molly Burchard and Maria Monesi discuss the wrapping up of fall Ohio sports and talk to new Post sportswriter Emma Erion.
History is not on Ohio’s side when it comes to playing Adrian.
Going into its Thursday game, Ohio knew it was going to have to put up a fight in order to compete with the fifth-ranked team in the American Collegiate Hockey Association. Ohio did, in fact, give Adrian a hard time, but its efforts were not enough. Ohio lost to Adrian 6-3 at Arrington Ice Arena in its first away game of the season. The Bobcats (7-5) have now lost two games in a row for the second time this season.
On episode five, hosts Ashley, Molly and Maria discuss the woes of women’s athletic apparel and fan gear. As always, they also give an update on Ohio women’s sports.
Much like forward Aiden Grieco ran away with the puck toward the end of the first period to score a goal for Ohio, his team also ran away with Friday’s game against Illinois.
After two setbacks versus then-No. 5 Iowa State, Ohio (6-3) is looking to get back on the ice to remind fans it’s a stronger team than it looked like last weekend. Ohio fell into bad habits against Iowa State, such as taking unnecessary penalties, which may have cost it one of its games. However, Ohio has been focusing on keeping up good habits in practice this week and has a chance to execute them over the weekend.