The Bobcats were unable to finish their chances, and that cost them the game.
The Bobcats gave up five goals against Eastern Michigan on Friday.
Ohio beat Western Michigan 2-0 to make the MAC Semifinals.
Olivia Sensky and Victoria Breeden have always been comfortable on the ball, but playing at Ohio has taken their skills to a new level.
The junior forward has helped energize the Bobcats as they fight toward a MAC Championship.
Two upsets give the Bobcats a clear path to the conference final.
The Bobcats fail to get the home playoff match they hoped for.
The Bobcats need to win and get some help on Thursday to play another match at Chessa Field.
The senior center back has grown into her role as the leader of Ohio’s defense.
Two more wins for the Bobcats would help secure a home playoff game at Chessa Field.
The Bobcats’ offense this season has ran through the senior midfielder.
Senior Day was a success at Chessa Field as the Bobcats took another step toward the MAC Tournament.
Ohio improved to fifth place in the MAC after the victory.
The Bobcats got an early goal in each half to help them to a much-needed win.
Ohio looks to get its first win since Oct. 4.
Wiesler is fighting the lack of female coaches in women’s college soccer by filling both roles for the Bobcats.
The freshman forward has made an impact in her first year on the Bobcats.
The Bobcats made two defensive mistakes in the first half and were never able to come back from the early 2-0 deficit.
Two winnable matches give the Bobcats a great chance to pick up points in the MAC.