Ohio (18-28, 14-13 Mid-American Conference) was swept for the second time in its last three series over the weekend in Kalamazoo, Michigan, against MAC opponent Western Michigan (19-28, 16-10 Mid-American Conference).
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Ohio (17-25, 14-10 Mid-American Conference) split a doubleheader with Ball State (30-16, 17-7 MAC) on Saturday in what were two important games. After losing two of three against Ball State, the team will need to perform well at Western Michigan next weekend if it wants a shot at the MAC tournament.
Ohio (16-24,13-9 Mid-American Conference) fell 5-3 to Ball State (29-15, 16-6 Mid-American Conference) on Friday night in the first of three games between the two this weekend.
Coming off a weekend in which Ohio was swept by rival Kent State, the team is still hopeful in its ability to make a run for the Mid-American Conference championship.
Ohio was swept in the Mid-American Conference for the first time over the weekend by Kent State. The Bobcats were outmatched by a high-powered offense along with a couple of great pitching performances from the Golden Flashes.
Mid-American Conference baseball has reached the home stretch of the 2023 season and after three months of play, there is a four way tie for first place in the conference with four weeks to go. Ohio is a part of the tie along with Kent State, Central Michigan and Ball State.
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Ohio picked up its first midweek win of the season against Shawnee State on Tuesday night. Mitchel Hemmen picked up his first win of the year in relief for the Bobcats with a final score of 7-2.
Ohio will get another chance at a Tuesday night victory with a matchup against Shawnee State at Bob Wren Stadium. The Bobcats have been unable to win a single midweek game all season and are now presented with their best opportunity to do so versus an NAIA school.
Ohio will be faced with one of its biggest challenges all season this weekend when it heads to Bloomington, Indiana, to take on Indiana (27-11, 9-3 Big 10).
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Ohio took down rival Miami 13-10 at Bob Wren Stadium in the most exciting game of Ohio’s season. Going into the eighth, Ohio was down 10-3, but just like it has all season, Ohio found a way.
Ohio (13-16, 11-4 Mid-American Conference) has been enjoying a hot streak in MAC games of late with back-to-back weekend sweeps of Toledo and Eastern Michigan.
The Bobcats are a force in the Mid-American Conference, however, there has been one constant: the Bobcats can’t win midweek games.
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Dillon Masters has proven himself to be a trusted reliever out of Ohio's bullpen; however, it took some time for him to earn that trust. As a transfer who had limited innings over the past few years, Masters was a risk. However, it was one Ohio is glad it took.
Ohio will be looking for some revenge Tuesday night when it hosts Morehead State at Bob Wren Stadium, a team that beat it 19-14 in late March.
After a thrilling comeback victory on Saturday, Ohio had all the momentum it needed going into Sunday’s doubleheader against Eastern Michigan. The Bobcats swept the doubleheader and the series, completing its first sweep of the season.