Ball State wanted to beat Ohio and snap its seven-game losing streak to the Bobcats. Two of the biggest challenges it had entering the game were to stop Cece Hooks from shooting layups and playing a clean game.
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Ohio picked up its second Mid-American Conference win Saturday on the road against Eastern Michigan in a 60-58 victory that featured one of the toughest first halves the Bobcats have played in this season.
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Ohio began its road trip with the intentions of claiming its first win in the Mid-American Conference. After a loss to Missouri to begin the road trip, the Bobcats looked to bounce back with two victories this weekend.
Ohio was stunned earlier this week, but recovered in time Saturday to welcome Ball State to The Convo. The first half was tight, but Ohio’s plethora of scorers were too much for the Cardinals to keep pace.
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After the final buzzer sounded, Jake Houston swung at several Calvin players as the Knights celebrated their 4-3 victory Friday night over the Bobcats. Ohio had blown a two-goal lead in the third period, and Houston was among the many whose frustrations got the better of them.
With one minute left in the game, the only noise that could be heard in Bird Arena was the cheers from Calvin’s bench.
It was not always pretty, but Athens (10-3) secured its tenth win of the season against Warren (8-5) with a 77-65 victory Friday night at Athens High School.
Main Board Meeting
Ohio University faculty gathered in Grover Hall Friday morning prior to marching to the Board of Trustees meeting to silently protest the lack of shared governance in the budget crisis proceedings.
Ohio returns home Saturday to face Mid-American Conference West Division opponent Ball State. The Bobcats are looking for a win after losing to Western Michigan in the final seconds on the road Wednesday.
Just five games into the Mid-American Conference schedule, Ohio already is faced with its first rematch of the year when it will travel to Ypsilanti, Michigan, to play Eastern Michigan.
The Athens Police Department responded to a shooting report early Friday morning at the Campus Heights Apartments.
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Noah DeSantis is a freshman studying integrated media at Ohio University. Please note that the views and opinions of the columnists do not reflect those of The Post. What do you think of 2020 so far? Tell Noah by tweeting him at @NoahDeSantis77.
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