From a third straight bowl win to a four-point comeback, here are Ohio’s most memorable sports moments from 2019-2020.
Ohio is hoping to grow after one of its best seasons in nearly a decade.
The loss ended Ohio’s strong second season under coach Ali Johnstone.
Ohio is coming off its most successful season since 2011.
It will be difficult for the seniors to say goodbye after graduating.
Littlefield participated in a developmental pipeline program for the U.S. Olympic Field Hockey team when she was in high school.
Ohio will be the third seed in the Mid-American Conference tournament in two weeks.
Ohio was not playing to its peak performance against UC Davis.
Miami and UC Davis are both familiar foes for Ohio.
Sophia Boothby has a strong connection with nature.
Ohio defeated Indiana to earn its first win against a Big 10 opponent this season.
At 8-5, Ohio has clinched a winning regular season record.
Ohio dominated on both offense and defense as it shut out Ball State 3-0.
Ohio’s defense was one of the key factors in its victory.
Ohio will face MAC rival Ball State and Indiana this weekend.
The sophomore goalie’s transition from Germany to America has been easier than she thought.
Katelyn Whittle suffered a broken jaw in high school, but after a successful recovery, she’s ready to make her mark at Ohio.
The Bobcats move into second place in the MAC with their victory.
A late first quarter goal proved to be the difference in the defensive match.