The recipe for games against Bowling Green is simple: Lead in the first half against the highly favored Falcons before losing the upset bid in the second half.
As Asown Sayles waited to be announced with Ohio’s other three seniors on Senior Day, he couldn’t hold back a smile.
Watching as the seconds ticked off the clock in Ohio’s 4-2 semifinal loss Tuesday, I kept thinking about what coach Dan Morris said to me at the beginning of the season — this was the most talented hockey team he had ever assembled.
Hockey games are 60 minutes long, but for the Bobcats, 15 seconds made all the difference.
Coming off a strong performance against Northern Illinois, Ohio knows it’s one
Emily Wethington stepped the mound as if it was just another day of pitching for the Bobcats. One strikeout later, it became more than that.
With his third-place finish at the Mid-American Conference Championships this past weekend, Jeremy Johnson joined a prestigious group — first-year wrestlers to qualify for the NCAA Championships.
Eight teams have a realistic chance to win this thing. That’s crazy. I’m picking a bit of an upset. But this team is scary-talented, and reminds me a lot of Ohio last year.
He didn’t break the law, but he did break a promise. And at Brigham Young University, this promise is sacred.
Ohio has learned all season that the team can’t thrive solely on its offense. Against Miami, the RedHawk post players enforced the hard lesson on Ivo Baltic and DeVaughn Washington.
The women’s golf team struggled throughout the Rio Verde tournament this weekend, placing 16th out of 17 teams in the field. The Bobcats finished with a total score of 1,000 points, 90 short of tournament champion Eastern Michigan.
The Ohio University Tournament, scheduled to take place over the weekend, was canceled because of inclement weather conditions. Ohio (4-5) was originally scheduled to host Cleveland State and Western Illinois during the two-day tournament. It has since been reduced to a single game against Western Illinois today at 1 p.m. The Bobcats will then resume their regular schedule tomorrow against Marshall at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
While most Ohio University students were sleeping this weekend, the Bobcats were busy winning their first two games in the American Collegiate Hockey Association Tournament.
Hours before wrestlers stepped onto the mats for the Mid-American Conference Championships, the Bobcats had already suffered a loss.
In the first ever meeting of the two teams, Ohio gave Tennessee Tech something by which to remember them.