Ohio won its first match of the season Friday night.
Ohio began its Mid-American Conference schedule with a win.
Athens will play against winless Logan on Friday.
Ohio hasn’t beaten Northwestern since 1973.
Ohio hasn’t played John Carroll since the beginning of its 2019 season.
Buckner is playing with a confidence he lacked before.
After two straight losses on the road, the Bobcats look to get on the right track in their second conference matchup.
Here are the standout Week 3 performances from around the Mid-American Conference and what they mean for Ohio.
Ohio still has plenty of issues to address following its 49-14 loss to Louisiana.
Luke Brandes is a jack of all trades.
Buffalo will be Ohio’s first conference opponent of the season.
Extending Ramirez is the best way for the franchise to get fans back on their side after a rough few years.
Albin discussed Ohio’s upcoming game against Northwestern.
Fifth-year Maggie Nedoma has learned several things over the years.
Ohio has lost three of its last four matches.
Ohio struggled to get its offense off its feet, leading to a 2-1 defeat.
The Bobcats have lost their first 11 games this season.
Green defeated White 4-2 in a shootout to kick off the Bobcats’ 2021-22 season.
The Bulldogs are 1-4 on the season.