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Ohio volleyball middle blocker Karin Bull has been named the Mid-American Conference East Division Defensive Player of the Week for the week of Sept. 1.

Ohio’s redshirt-junior kicker Josiah Yazdani drilled a 44-yard field goal as time expired to give the Bobcats a season-opening 17-14 victory over Kent State on Saturday.

When quarterback Derrius Vick was named Ohio’s starting quarterback for the 2014 opener, he had only one career-start under his belt, and it was against FCS Norfolk State in 2012.

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A Saturday night showdown that pitted bitter rivals Jackson and Wellston against one another ended in a 48-13 road victory for the Ironmen in the two teams’ 101st all-time meeting.

When quarterback Derrius Vick was named Ohio’s starting quarterback for the 2014 opener, he had only one career-start under his belt, and it was against FCS Norfolk State in 2012.

The Ohio University volleyball team (0-1) fell to the No. 17-ranked University of Hawaii (1-0), 3-0 (25-22, 25-23, 25-20), in the 2014 season opener on Saturday at the Chevron Rainbow Wahine Invitational in Honolulu.

An early strike from sophomore forward Alexis Milesky gave Ohio soccer its first win of the season in a tight 1-0 contest at Wright State on Friday.

​The Ohio University field hockey team begins its season over Labor Day weekend, hosting Boston University on Sunday, Aug. 31 and Syracuse University on Monday.

The Trimble Tomcats made the 15-minute trip to Nelsonville-York on Friday night, and headed back to Glouster with a smile on their faces after earning their third consecutive win over the Buckeyes by a score of 34-14.

The last time Athens defeated Gallia Academy at home was in 1987. After all the hype that came with this 27-year long losing streak, the Bulldogs ended the streak with authority, coasting to a 52-0 win over the Blue Devils.

The West Muskingum Tornados battled hard with the Philo Electrics on Friday, but left Duncan Falls empty-handed as the Electrics walked away with the 20-6 victory

The Patriots were firing on all cylinders on Friday, as Parkersburg South defeated the Ripley Vikings 35-27 at home in the season-opener.

An exhilarating Friday night shootout at Logan High School resulted in a 43-42 double-overtime victory for the Lancaster Golden Gales over the Logan Chieftains. 

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