Ohio lost 1-0 to Miami in the Mid-American Conference semifinals.
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Friday’s match is make-or-break for Ohio. A win will give it a ticket to the MAC Championship, but a loss would cut its season short and send Ohio home early.
The Bobcats secured the fourth seed in the Mid-American Conference tournament with the victory.
Ohio’s final regular season match is a must-win.
Ohio has had four of its past five matches reach overtime.
Ohio forward Noa Desmaretz scored the deciding goal to give her team a 2-1 win on the road.
The Bobcats will travel to face the Chippewas on Friday at 1 p.m.
Ohio lost its third match to a ranked team this season.
Whittle recorded her second hat-trick of the season in her effort to ensure a Bobcat victory.
Ohio has a chance to even out its Mid-American Conference record over the weekend.
Kaelyn Long scored the match-winning goal for Ohio.
Ohio couldn’t start a winning streak Friday.
The Bobcats are faced with yet another opportunity to greatly improve their record over the weekend.
The Bobcats improve their record after a dominant win at home.
After two straight losses on the road, the Bobcats look to get on the right track in their second conference matchup.
Ohio struggled to get its offense off its feet, leading to a 2-1 defeat.
Ohio dropped its first Mid-American Conference match of the season 3-2 to Kent State.
Ohio hasn’t beaten Kent State since 2013, and the pressure is on to break this trend.
After a rough season, Johnstone just wants her players to rest and come back ready.