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Volleyball: Ohio pushes No. 13 BYU to dramatic fourth set in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, but faltersBy Nick Kairys | Dec. 4, 2015
Ohio can't pull out the upset over No. 13 seed BYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament, losing 3-1.
Ohio volleyball plays BYU in the NCAA Tournament.
Ohio will face No. 13 BYU in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Friday.
The Bobcats will face the BYU Cougars in their 10th all-time visit to the NCAA Tournament.
Ohio earns a berth to the NCAA tournament with their eighth Mid-American Conference tournament win in 10 years.
The Bobcats NCAA Tournament hopes stay alive as they beat Kent State in the semifinals of the MAC Tournament.
Abby Gilleland and Meredith Ashy named to the First Team All-MAC for the third time each.
Ohio looks to avenge last year's disappointing MAC tournament loss and advance to first NCAA tournament since •2013.
Ohio earns a sweep over Akron during an emotional departure for the team's seniors.
The Bobcats, led by outside hitters Mallory Salis and Jaime Kosiorek, defeated the Bulls with a 25-15, 25-14, 25-15 victory.
Ashy, a three-time 2015 MAC East Defensive Player of the Week winner, recorded dig number 2,092 against Kent State this past weekend.
After dropping three of their last four, Ohio picks up a sweep against Central Michigan.
Ohio suffers frustrating loss to MAC East foe Kent State at home, on Meredith Ashy's record-breaking evening.
The Bobcats hold on tight to first place in the MAC East Division, face Kent State in first game back at The Convo since Oct. 17.