On Sunday, Ohio traveled to Ypsilanti, Michigan, to face off against Eastern Michigan and came away with a 3-2 win. Ohio, coming into this match after a win over Miami, was 1-2 in Mid-American Conference play this season. Eastern Michigan was 1-1-1 in the MAC coming into the match.
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Ohio mirrored the dreary weather Sunday, losing 2-1 to Michigan State at Pruitt Field. There is credit due to Michigan State, as its ability to shut down passing lanes, and the offense in general, led to Ohio’s loss.
Ohio (8-7, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) needed to play its best to come up with a win over Mid-American Conference powerhouse Bowling Green Friday and Saturday. Instead it struggled, and Bowling Green won both matches easily.
Ohio skated out to cheers as Bird Arena was filled to the brim for Alumni Weekend. The alumni brought the right energy, as Ohio completed yet another weekend sweep, shutting out Alabama 5-0 Saturday.
It was another struggle of a night for Ohio’s defense.
Ohio dropped its Mid-American Conference opener to Kent State Saturday. Even though the score was just 31-24 in overtime, the numbers tell a very different story.
After a pair of victories last weekend, Ohio was looking to continue its hot streak against Alabama, and they accomplished just that.
For the first time all season, Athens scored three touchdowns in a game. Unfortunately, it was still unable to find its first win of the season, falling 47-22 on the road to Meigs.
Ohio took a downtrodden walk back to the bench Friday following a 4-3 overtime loss to Kent State. Ohio proved to every alumni and fan in attendance that it belonged on the same field as its opponent, but once again the team fell short.
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As the temperature begins to drop, gone are the days of cold brews and iced vanilla lattes. Taking their place, filling up stomachs and landfills, are hot mochas and warm caramel macchiatos—turning the calendar page for everyone's favorite pick-me-up.
Ohio’s match against Miami was the first match that redshirt senior Sam Wexell started this season. In the match Thursday, she had nine saves and allowed zero goals.
Picture this: It’s noon on Sept. 29, a beautiful fall day with the perfect amount of crisp air and sunlight. While walking from Bentley Hall to Baker University Center, your peaceful stroll is interrupted. On the corner in front of E.W. Scripps Hall is the infamous “Jesus Guy” preaching to literally no one and his apparent colleague sitting on the grass behind him.
It has been an unnerving nine months for Paramore fans since the band announced that they were back in the studio again making another record. Through tour announcements and small little teasers hinting at the release of new music, Paramore finally let the fans have what they want and release a new single on Wednesday titled “This Is Why” along with an artsy music video.
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While it may seem like another detour at first, “She-Hulk” confronts its plot head-on in The Retreat. While it might not spell out exactly where the show is heading going into its final two episodes, and with next week almost certainly seeing the return of Daredevil, this week’s episode takes the time to be a bit more serious. It develops Jen into a more well-rounded character while simultaneously taking the plot in a dark but not necessarily surprising direction.
MACtion is back.
An 0-2 start to the Mid-American Conference season is not what Ohio was expecting after a strong nonconference performance, but that is exactly what it faced.
Ohio continues its season with a pair of home matches, its first two matches in Athens in almost two weeks.