For Bobcats who find they spend more time in the dugout than on the field during games, there is hope.
After watching his team lose countless games in the final innings this season, Joe Carbone and his team finally felt the joy of stealing a win from their opponent.
Field hockey coach Neil Macmillan set several goals for the Bobcats this spring. One goal the players can now check off is finishing a triathlon.
Throughout the course of a baseball game, coach Joe Carbone has to make many decisions: who to start, who to pinch-hit or who to bring on to pitch with the game on the line.
As the Bobcats go into their final four games of the season, they have made some defensive changes in hopes of a strong finish.
Coach Joe Carbone routinely describes baseball as a game of ups and downs, and no Mid-American Conference team has been more polarizing in that respect this season than Buffalo.
A committee of Ohio University students, faculty and administrators traveled across the state last week to research features and costs of indoor multipurpose centers and gain knowledge about how to shape one on their own campus.
When it comes to compliance in college athletics, just about every program has been caught with its hand in the metaphorical cookie jar. But some programs, both large and small, have taken the next step and have been caught robbing the Oreo factory.
Coach Joe Carbone has not been happy about the constant deluge of rain in Athens during the past month. Standing in the dugout during Monday’s practice, Carbone looked frustrated over what he said was the rainiest Spring Quarter the Bobcats have dealt with in years.
Coach Joe Carbone doesn’t need statistics to know the Bobcats could stand to walk fewer batters and get more hits. But if he happened to check the numbers, they would say the same thing.
It seemed harmless enough when Bobcats catcher Jordan Paden was plunked in the hand in the second inning of a 4-2 loss to Central Michigan back on April 22. Paden took her base and finished out the second inning, but she has not played an inning since.