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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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James Gollon, a guard from Wisconsin, will join the Bobcats in 2015

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Ohio struck first and never really let up the pressure Friday, as it took the first game of a doubleheader at Bowling Green, 7-2.

The Ohio men’s basketball team has added James Gollon to its 2015 recruiting class, head coach Saul Phillips announced Thursday.

With Dayton runners on first and third and two outs in the top of the fourth, Ohio coach Jodi Hermanek called her team into the pitching circle and brought Lauren McClary in to pitch for Sydney Compston after Compston had given up two runs.

Before the season began, Ohio coach Rob Smith raved about the importance of having junior catcher Cody Gaertner back in the lineup. 

Amanda Dalton, coach of the Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes basketball team, announced that she is stepping down from her position after being accepted into the Principal Preparation Program, according to the Athens Messenger.

She informed the team of her decision on Wednesday.

The Ohio softball team went to Kent State this weekend and played a two-game series against the Golden Flash. The first game was on Saturday and the second was on Sunday.

Ohio translated its rivalry spirit on Miami’s turf into a strong and weighted team performance Friday and Saturday.

The Bobcats took first while scoring 53 points at the All-Ohio Championship on Friday.

In a rubber match with the Bowling Green Falcons, all things went wrong for the Ohio Bobcats in an 11-1 loss on Sunday.

Freshman righty Zac Carey confounded Ohio hitters through eight innings of the Falcons’ blowout victory that kept Ohio (19-14, 6-6) from reaching 20 wins.

Ohio baseball trailed the Bowling Green Falcons 7-5 going into the bottom of the ninth, but the Bobcats put together a comeback capped off by a walk-off single from Jake Madsen to push the Green and White to an 8-7 victory on Saturday.

With the outdoor season underway, the Ohio Bobcats will need a spark to compete with their opponents, and the weight-throwing women have given Ohio that spark this year.

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