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There was no last-second dunk this time around when the Bobcats took on the Buffalo Bull. Maurice Ndour, last matchup’s hero still poured in a game-high 25 points, but he couldn’t carry the Bobcats as they fell 93-66 to Buffalo Tuesday night.

Ohio’s starting pitcher Evan Geist had a no-hit the Georgia State Panthers through five innings on Sunday, but the home team finally got to the lefthander in the sixth inning for three runs to give the Panthers a 3-1 win and a sweep of the visiting Bobcats.

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Some late drama in the last two innings could not prevent the Bobcats from losing to UNC Greensboro, 8-5, for their fifth-straight loss.
The Trimble Tomcats claimed the Div. IV Sectional title Tuesday for the second year in a row as they cruised by South Webster, 76-44.

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17 turnovers. 36 percent shooting. 21 offensive rebounds allowed.

Connor Sitz took the mound on Saturday afternoon looking to continue his perfect season, but his day was cut short after just 2/3 of an inning. The hot bats of the Georgia State Panthers put up eight runs in the first inning took down the Bobcats 11-4.

Led by senior guard Joe Burrow, the Athens Bulldogs were crowned Sectional Champions on Saturday with a 68-46 win over the Sheridan Generals inside Logan High School’s Jim Myers Gymnasium.

For the first time in 20 years, the Bobcats clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season title Saturday with a 67-47 win over Bowling Green. Ohio improved to 23-4 on the season and 14-2 in the MAC.

Consistency in any part of the season is key, and the Ohio softball team certainly had it this weekend as it dropped its' third-straight game to Furman on Saturday.

Ohio women's swimming and diving scored more points in the 100-yard butterfly than they did in all of Thursday's events. 

This isn’t what anybody expected coming into the season. The Ohio men’s basketball team traveled to Akron on Friday night in an attempt to complete the season sweep of the Zips.

After finishing 6-6 and being left out of a bowl game for the first time in five years, the Ohio football team is already eager to kick off its 2015 campaign. With spring practices beginning last Saturday, the Bobcats have their sights set on next season.

Late collapses were the norm Friday when the Ohio softball team fell to Furman twice by a score of 6-5 each time. 

Ohio swimming and diving head coach Rachel Komisarz-Baugh obviously won’t answer her cell phone during swim meets. Even if she could, she doesn’t keep it in her pocket.

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