After an offseason of preparation and a few weeks of practice, the volleyball team steps onto the court this weekend with an attitude of improvement over victory.
Coming off a victory in their last event, the Bobcats have found a competitive advantage that can be difficult for some teams to find midseason.
After a month-long break, the Bobcats are ready to get back on the course.
At one point last night, the Bobcats held a four-run lead. Three errors, a home-plate collision and a few missing teeth later, the Musketeers had completed their comeback.
Redshirt senior Curtis Meyers has a quote from his father tattooed on his left bicep: “God can turn setbacks into comebacks.”
With a mean fastball, big bat and even bigger voice, Emily Wethington gives new meaning to a triple threat.
Last season pitcher Melissa Bonner was flat-out dominant at times.
For the first five innings yesterday against West Virginia State, the Bobcats looked as if they would continue the sluggish hitting they showed against Central Michigan on Sunday.
As Donte Foster runs toward cornerback Omar Leftwich, he fakes left and switches right for a quick juke move to blow past the corner as he heads toward his goal: the end zone.
Put them together in the locker room, and there will be plenty of laughs. Put them together in the bed of a three-quarter ton pickup truck, and there might be trouble. But put Ohio’s starting offensive linemen on the line of scrimmage, and quarterbacks and running backs will have time and space to work their craft.
When Geno Ford left Kent State last week to become the head coach at Bradley University, it dealt another blow to the quality of Mid-American Conference men’s basketball.