The Bobcats went to two meets this past weekend.
The 3000-meter steeplechase was the best event of the weekend for Ohio, with three runners finishing in the top 10.
Ohio had its first home meet of the season.
The Bobcats only competed in track events, but still had a successful meet.
The Bobcats had one of their best meets of the season in Cincinnati.
The Bobcats had some strong finishes in their second meet of the outdoor season.
The Bobcats had some success in its first outdoor event of the season.
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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“When the world is crashing down, I can rely on track and field.”
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.