The Cherry Blossom Invitational is Ohio’s only home meet of the season.
The Bobcats hosted the Cherry Blossom Invitational this weekend.
The Bobcats finished behind several Mid-American Conference opponents.
The Bobcats set new personal records in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Ohio found bright spots in many of its field events, despite a lackluster performance.
The Bobcats are running for reinstatement.
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Pease joins Ohio after one season as assistant coach at Ball State.
One Bobcat broke a school record that had stood for 40 years in Ohio's last regular indoor season meet.
The junior has broken a school record and captured multiple individual victories since transferring to Ohio.
The Bobcats finished sixth at the tournament over the weekend.
Gaza Odunaiya earned her second first place finish of the indoor season in the weight throw.
The Bobcats finished behind Marshall.
The Bobcats will have a month off after the Marshall Open.
She is on the verge of breaking the school record for the hammer throw.
Ohio starts its indoor season on Dec. 7 in Huntington, West Virginia.
Despite a valiant 20-point effort from the throwers, Ohio finishes in 12th at the MAC Championships after placing in seven events.
The MAC Championships will take place Thursday through Saturday at Buffalo’s UB Stadium.
Ohio won 13 of the 14 events it competed in and posted numerous personal bests in its final meet of the regular season.