From Taylor Agler's heroics against Akron to the football team's stampede over Buffalo, here are the best sports moments at Ohio in 2018
The top five moments from the year that was in Ohio sports.
The softball team found itself reaching new heights, while the baseball team missed the MAC tournament.
Bobcat athletics had a busy summer
Some former Bobcats that found success during and after their time in Athens.
The Bobcats will return six seniors next season.
The Bobcats lost to the Lady Vols 5-1.
The Bobcats beat Monmouth, 4-0, and James Madison, 7-3, in elimination games Saturday at the Knoxville Regional.
Ohio opens the NCAA Tournament against James Madison looking for its first win in program history.
Stiene won all four games in the Mid-American Conference Tournament for Ohio.
Danielle Stiene threw another complete game for the Bobcats in the Mid-American Conference Championship.
The third career no-hitter by Danielle Stiene propelled Ohio to the MAC championship game as it beat Northern Illinois 8-0 Friday.
Ohio Kent State 3-1 on Thursday.
Danielle Stiene moved into second all-time in strikeouts in program history.
The Bobcats went 2-1 against the RedHawks this season.
Savannah Jo Dorsey signed with DSS Haarlem on Monday.
The Bobcats earned the No. 1 seed in the MAC Tournament.
It is the Bobcats' second outright MAC title, first since 1995.
Ohio softball swept Buffalo in its final home series of season.
Taylor Saxton went 5-6 in Ohio's doubleheader sweep Saturday.