The postseason is at stake for Ohio.
Ohio finished 1-7 against Liberty in the regular season.
The Bobcats continue to shut teams down defensively.
The Bobcats have struggled all year against Liberty. We’ll see if they can keep up their recent success.
Following an embarrassing loss to Robert Morris, everything about the Bobcats’ play is shining bright the past several games, especially Tuesday’s 11-0 blowout.
The win was easily Ohio’s best game of the season.
Ohio appears to have a bright future after its second series with Lindenwood.
Though the Bobcats couldn’t sweep the Lions, they continued to play well defensively. Mason Koster and Jackson Chilberg helped lead the way.
The Bobcats managed to hang tough against the Lions the entire weekend but just couldn’t hang on at the end of Saturday evening’s game.
Lindenwood was undefeated until running into Max Karlenzig and the Bobcats’ defense.
Ohio’s third period rally had its key moments for victory.
It took adversity, but Ohio finally won its second game of the season.
Friday and Saturday will mark Ohio’s last home games of the season.
The Bobcats looked sloppy and sluggish Tuesday afternoon.
Ohio lost an unconventional game Tuesday night to a new opponent.
Both teams will be playing on short notice.
He isn’t playing this year, but Carretta finally earned a spot on Ohio’s Division I team.
Penalties came back to haunt the Bobcats as they blew a 3-2 lead in the third period.
It was another loss, but Ohio’s offense took the steps it needed.
The Bobcats are now 0-6 on the season against Liberty.