Ohio’s 5-15 record was a little misleading.
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The Bobcats have struggled against Liberty all season. They went into Sunday afternoon’s quarterfinal matchup with a 1-7 record on the season against the Flames, hoping for a different outcome.
When he arrived at Ohio in 2019, Sam Turner was just another freshman. One of an 11-player freshman class for the 2019-2020 season that had to prove that he belonged with the Bobcats.
The Bobcats knew they needed to bounce back following Friday night’s 8-3 loss to Lindenwood. Especially goalie Max Karlenzig, who was pulled off the ice after letting in three goals in the first period.
Liberty forwards Quinn Ryan, Brock Thompson and Cole Gammer have been Bobcat killers all year, helping keep Ohio 0-6 against the Flames up until Friday night.
Ohio (3-13) has won two of their past three games, and is coming off of an 11-0 blowout victory against Mercyhurst.
Things were looking bleak for the Bobcats following their loss to Robert Morris on March 9. They were completely outplayed in a 6-2 loss, their seventh in a row.
Senior night appeared to be headed toward overtime Saturday evening, with Ohio and Lindenwood tied late in the third period.
Coming down to the wire, senior night would not go in Ohio’s direction, as the Bobcats (2-13) fell 2-1 to Lindenwood (13-1).
Ohio’s 3-0 victory Friday night was not only its first win in a month, but it was also its first win this season against previously undefeated Lindenwood.
With most of the Bobcats’ games played Fridays and Saturdays, it was unexpected when they suddenly scheduled a Tuesday afternoon game. When Ohio took the ice, not only did the time feel off but so did the Bobcats’ play.
Having struggled in third periods recently, Ohio’s two quick goals to take the lead just 45 seconds into the third period was huge. The Bobcats appeared to be in control of the game.
Heading into Saturday, Ohio looked to turn things around against a common foe in Liberty University, following four straight losses to them.
Ohio’s 4-1 loss against Liberty (7-3) Friday night was its seventh straight loss, dropping its record to 1-10 on the season.
Ohio traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia, last weekend in hopes of turning things around. Unfortunately, the Bobcats’ struggles continued as they lost two games against Liberty University to fall to 1-9 on the season.
The Bobcats traveled to Lynchburg, Virginia to try and bounce back against Liberty following two third period collapses against Adrian College.
Coming off Friday night’s loss to Adrian, the Bobcats traveled to the Arrington Ice Center with a good idea of what needed to be fixed heading into Saturday’s rematch. They had collapsed in the third period Friday and were unable to capitalize on scoring chances, especially on the power play.
Following the second period of hockey at Bird Arena Friday night, Ohio appeared to be in control of the game. The Bobcats had just taken a one-goal lead against Adrian.
After playing a solid two periods of hockey, things seemed to fall apart for the Bobcats.
Necessary Roughness: Men's basketball update and sit down with Ohio Hockey beat writers Eli Feazell and Zach Zimmerman
J.L. and Jack break down week two of Ohio Basketball's shutdown and The Post’s Ohio hockey beat writers Eli Feazell and Zach Zimmerman join the show to discuss Ohio's 1-5 start.