The night before they were set to play the biggest game of their careers, roommates Jason Preston and Ben Vander Plas laid in a Renaissance Cleveland Hotel room restless over the opportunity at stake.
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Jeff Boals has kept his promise.
Senior night appeared to be headed toward overtime Saturday evening, with Ohio and Lindenwood tied late in the third period.
Ohio was looking for a series sweep going into its March 13 match against the Miami RedHawks but walked out with a series split instead. The Bobcats (6-6, 6-6 Mid-American Conference) defeated the RedHawks (8-7, 8-7 MAC) on March 12, but Miami took Friday’s match with a 3-2 upset of Ohio.
Ohio barely failed to finish the sweep of No. 1 ranked Lindenwood, but its players weren’t in bad spirits over it.
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 better have good shoes — because it’s going dancing.
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.
The sound of Ohio’s bench painted a perfect picture of the mood during the third period.
After a tough loss to Eastern Michigan on Monday, Ohio (6-5, 6-5 Mid-American Conference) has redeemed itself. The Bobcats looked like their usual selves Friday as they battled hard and swept the Miami RedHawks 3-0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-22) in Oxford. Even when they pulled ahead, the Bobcats didn’t slow down, which was the key to their success. Here are the numbers to know from Ohio’s 3-0 win against Miami:
It didn’t matter that Ohio had a short week. It was irrelevant that Lindenwood was undefeated. After what’s been a frustrating season full of uphill battles, the Bobcats earned their second win of the season with a 3-0 win over the Lions.
Every day when Jeff Boals walks into The Convo, he takes a long look at the banners in the rafters.
For the first time since 2013, Ohio is headed to the Mid-American Conference tournament finals. What’s more is that it has upset every team along the way to get there. On Friday night, No. 5 Ohio inched out an 87-80 victory over No. 1 seeded Toledo in the tournament semifinals.
CeCe Hooks took the ball and raced into the paint. When she got there, she was met by a Central Michigan’s Jahari Smith. As she put the ball up, the whistle blew.
United Athens County Tenants hosted a panel Thursday on affordable housing in Athens County, inviting residents to tune in while experts answered questions regarding the issue and potential solutions.
It’s been about 11 months since David Dobrik posted one of his famous four minute and 20 second vlogs on his YouTube channel. When the pandemic happened, Dobrik took the time to explore different avenues of entertainment, including TikTok, podcasting and more.
Invincible follows Mark Grayson, a high schooler whose father, Omni-Man, just happens to be the strongest superhero on Earth. When the story begins, Mark doesn’t have his powers yet, but that soon changes when he develops similar powers to his father. While this may sound exactly like every other superhero origin story, things soon take a dark and bloody turn that I will not dare spoil.
Ohio University President Duane Nellis signed a letter Wednesday alongside all other Ohio public university presidents urging for the passing of renewed legislation that would increase the state penalties for hazing.
It’s the beginning of spring and you know what that means: midterms. Those outside of college are enjoying themselves in their free time by going out, enjoying the nice weather, camping and becoming part of the rebirth that spring brings.
With spring, comes the revival of nature. What better way to celebrate the new season than on March 12, National Plant a Flower Day? To plant a flower, one does not need a large garden, many tools or a backyard. A window garden is the perfect spring project and adds a nice touch to any living space, especially smaller ones like dorms. Its definition is in the title; it’s a small-scale garden that sits on a window for proper sunlight.