Ohio wrestling started fast but still lost its regular season finale.
The Bobcats will wrestle again Feb. 14 in a dual against Cleveland State in The Convo.
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Despite the loss, Slivka’s performance is something the Bobcats can look to build upon.
Joel Greenlee will be in his 24th year as Ohio’s head coach.
All other winter and spring championships have also been cancelled.
Five Bobcats remain in the consolation rounds.
Ohio looks to win its first MAC championship since 2001
Yeargan enjoyed the differences between Missouri and Appalachia.
The Bobcats responded well to the bizarre situation.
Shakur Laney and Zac Carson helped give the Bobcats the victory.
The Bobcats will look forward to the MAC Tournament after these duals.
Earnest has quickly become on of Ohio’s most reliable wrestlers.
Ohio doesn’t always get a bye week this late in the season.
Both losses were some of the worst for Ohio all season.
Ohio has won five out of its last six MAC duals.
The athletics department suspended the wrestler from all team-related activities.
Carson was one of four Bobcats to qualify nationally last year.
Ohio has won four out of its last five duals in the Mid-American Conference.
The Bobcats’ three-match win streak was snapped on Friday night.
This will be Ohio’s first appearance in The Convo in nearly a month.