The music was loud and the boys were bumping. That was the scene in and around the Bobcats’ locker room following their first win of the year Friday night.
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Coming off of their fourth straight loss Tuesday evening, the Bobcats look to bounce back Thursday and Friday nights against Adrian College.
Sometimes you lose even when things seem to be working for your team. That’s how Ohio coach Cole Bell felt after Tuesday evening’s 2-0 loss to Liberty.
Less than three minutes into the third period Monday night, Alex Singley found the puck in the middle of a scrum and buried it into Liberty’s net, tying Ohio with Liberty.
Bad luck has started Ohio’s season off on a sour note, and in eerily similar fashion. The Bobcats had hoped to turn their fortunes around following its first loss of the season to Lindenwood. They had been outshot 39-21 in game one, but it was a two-game series. The Bobcats could bounce back.
Eli and Zach sit down with sophomore hockey player JT Schimizzi to recap the short-lived season last year and how the season and off-season has changed this year.
This week on Keeping Up During Covid, Eli and Zach talk with Matthew Server, an Ohio Hockey player, about his journey to Ohio University and his experience with hockey before and during the global pandemic.
In episode one of Keeping Up During Covid, Eli and Zach introduce themselves and describe how their lives have been impacted during the pandemic.
The Bobcats are building off an impressive 2019-20 as they head toward the upcoming season.
In 2017, Savannah Jo Dorsey was named to the All Mid-American Conference softball team for the third time in her college career. Dorsey went 25-9 as a starting pitcher for the Bobcats in 2017 and put up a 1.13 ERA while striking out 360 batters.
After having lost at Buffalo last week by a score of 218-81, Ohio looked to bounce back against another MAC opponent in Ball State.
Coach Mason Norman knew that going up against Akron, who’s the No. 19 team in the country, would be quite a challenge.
Nathan White stayed on the field after the post-game huddle in the freezing cold. He went around to embrace his players, particularly the seniors who had just played in their last game.
Athens’ 69-26 blowout victory against River Valley last week was the epitome of the Bulldogs’ performances against Tri-Valley Conference opponents, as they clinched a share of the TVC-Ohio crown.
Nate Trainer only needed 113 receiving yards to set the new 10 game regular season record for receiving yards in a season for Athens. He put up 10 receptions, 172 total receiving yards and two touchdowns.
A 34-18 win over Wellston last week gave Athens a huge boost in its quest to win the Tri-Valley Conference.
Athens’ victory over Meigs last Friday — a 60-24 blowout — almost erased the crumbling loss the week prior.
Athens lost 46-20 at Logan last week. Prior to its Week 6 game, the Bulldogs were on a two-game win streak, and the season seemed to be turning around at a pivotal point.
After starting out the season 0-3, Athens is slowly turning things around. The Bulldogs defeated rival Alexander 28-6. The following week they defeated Vinton County in a 33-28 thriller.