Ohio earned a 4-3 victory after fighting against Iowa State’s impressive defensive skills for nearly two full periods until breaking through in the third.
Ohio’s monstrous crowd helped fuel it to its victory against Miami.
Ohio takes down Miami 78-69 in front of over 9,000 fans.
Ohio will wrestle Central Michigan on Sunday in a MAC head-to-head matchup. Both squads are sitting in the middle of the conference standings, hoping to gain ground on MAC West division leader Northern Illinois.
Ohio and Miami compete for a position in the MAC tournament in the first “Battle of the Bricks” regular season matchup.
Ohio travels to Muncie to take on first-place Ball State
The Bobcats struggled from the outside while being unable to stop the Bulls on the interior
A tough second half was the downfall for Ohio.
As soon as people started to doubt Ohio, the team has been able to regroup and play to its full potential.
While Ohio employs just one player over six foot tall for consistent minutes, it has been the interior defense that has helped them win games as of late.
Ohio looks to extend its five-game winning streak.
Ohio had six scorers with 9 or more points in a dominant win over Buffalo.
The 5-1 victory was a welcome change from the 1-2 overtime loss the Bobcats suffered against the Saints on Friday.
Ohio, who is currently on a three-game win streak, finds itself facing a big challenge against Buffalo.
Ohio aims for an above .500 record against Buffalo.
Bailey Tabeling’s 18 points propel the Bobcats over a tricky Redhawks defense.
Ohio’s defense and physicality were some of the main factors in its seventh win of the season.
Ohio was unable to climb out of an early hole against Cleveland State, losing late against its best wrestlers.
Ohio’s overtime loss to Maryville adds to the history of an evenly-matched rivalry.