Throws. Jumps. Sprints. Distance.
During spring practices at Peden Stadium, coaches take in the action from the sidelines or the offensive and defensive backfield. Quarterback Phil Bates also spent most of his time observing from about 20 yards behind the offense.
With the end of the season approaching this weekend, the Bobcats will try
Transferring to a new school in a different state is a challenge freshman Kayla Paoulos has embraced since joining the Bobcats from South Carolina in the winter. Paoulos, a forward, appeared in two games for the Gamecocks. A lack of playing time contributed to her decision to transfer, after she registered only 22 minutes and one shot on goal during her first collegiate season.
Senior year was supposed to be golfer Erin Cahill’s chance to live out her final year on the course with the Bobcats.
For the past four weeks, four days a week, coach Frank Solich took to the turf at Peden Stadium to oversee his squad’s progress through spring football practice. Rain or shine, 3 p.m. or 9 p.m., he wore a beige sun hat and a green Ohio polo shirt.
The Major League Baseball season is 27 days old, with 155 more to go before 22 teams head home at the end of summer. It’s time to talk about the playoffs.
April showers did not bring success for the Bobcats.
Despite the Weaver twins being in the top 10 for most of the weekend, Ohio’s team effort fell short at the Mid-American Conference Championships.
As Dorothy famously said in The Wizard of Oz, “There’s no place like home.” For Ohio softball, that phrase rings startlingly true.