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Tight has been the keyword for the Bobcats this season.

Tight wins, not so tight losses, a tight, injury-hit lineup and a tight postseason race.

Everything changed in the sixth inning of Sunday's 10-1 loss to Miami.

Before first pitch of Ohio baseball’s 5-3 win over the Akron Zips on Sunday, Bobcat first baseman Jake Madsen was a hit a away from becoming the Bobcats all-time hits leader, and he was as nervous as he could be before he became Ohio’s hits king with 270.

With the game deadlocked at 0-0 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Tyler Wells stepped to the plate. His teammate Jake Madsen stood on second base representing the winning run with only one out in the inning. 

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Tight has been the keyword for the Bobcats this season.

Tight wins, not so tight losses, a tight, injury-hit lineup and a tight postseason race.

The Bobcats made the most out of their time on George L. Rider Track earning 14 top 10 finishes at the Red Hawk Invitational on Saturday.

Before first pitch of Ohio baseball’s 5-3 win over the Akron Zips on Sunday, Bobcat first baseman Jake Madsen was a hit a away from becoming the Bobcats all-time hits leader, and he was as nervous as he could be before he became Ohio’s hits king with 270.

On Saturday, pitcher Connor Sitz stood on the rubber for five strong innings and allowed just one run on three hits to earn his fifth win of the season as his Ohio Bobcats defeated the Akron Zips 6-1.

Game one

For the past year now it seems that Ohio has had Ball State’s number.

With the game deadlocked at 0-0 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Tyler Wells stepped to the plate. His teammate Jake Madsen stood on second base representing the winning run with only one out in the inning. 

Six runs in the first inning led Ohio State to a dominant 12-4 win over the the Bobcats in five innings.

It was a long first inning for senior Lauren McClary, as she gave up six hits and one error to the Buckeyes, who would assert their dominance again in the second inning.

Freshman Logan Jacik took the mound against Eastern Kentucky for his first career start for the Bobcats, but only stood on the rubber for two innings as manager Rob Smith used six different pitchers to work the program’s first shutout since 2012.

After winning the first two games of their series against Kent State, the Bobcats were unable to finish off the road sweep against the Golden Flashes in a 9-2 loss on Sunday.

After scoring five runs in ninth inning for a win Friday night, the Bobcats used another lopsided inning on Saturday

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