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Kiyanna Black and Mariah Byard hit back to back 3-pointers for the Bobcats to start the second half en route to a blowout victory over Kent St. 69-56. The Bobcats continue their winning ways and are now 24-4 and 15-2 in the Mid-American Conference.

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.


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.

Ohio softball will no longer be attending the UT Chattanooga Frost Classic this weekend after the tournament was canceled due to winter weather. 

The Bobcats now have plans to travel to Greenville, S.C., this weekend to play a three-game series against the Furman Paladins. 

As the end of colder weather nears, so does the indoor track and field season for Ohio University. The Bobcats travel to Mount Pleasant, Michigan Thursday as they send 18 athletes to the Mid-American Conference Indoor Championships.

On paper, Vinton County came in as the slight favorites as seeded No. 4 while Logan Elm was the No. 5 seed.

Third time was not a charm for the Eastern Eagles as they fell to their rival the Southern Tornadoes 66-57 in the sectional semifinal game Wednesday.

Not only did the Bobcats beat Buffalo 78-70 on Wednesday night, but they also set a new record for most 3-pointers made in a season and clinched their first Mid-American Conference East title in school history. The win moves the Bobcats to 22-4 overall and 13-2 in the MAC.

Ohio started the 2015 Mid-American Conference Championships on Wednesday in just about the best way possible.

The Bobcats didn’t earn a victory, but their second-place finish in the 200-yard medley relay gave them a new team record.

The Ohio men’s golf team spent the weekend in Hilton Head, S.C., taking part in the Wexford Plantation Intercollegiate, and the team finished in 18th.

The Bobcats only placed in front the Dayton Flyers, with a total team score of 634 after play concluded on Tuesday.

For the first time since the 2003-2004 season, the Ohio Men's Basketball team has dropped five games in a row.

The most recent loss came at the hands of Bowling Green on Tuesday night when they fell 76-65 to their Mid-American Conference rival.

The Alexander Spartans only allowed the Crooksville to score two points in the fourth quarter and beat the Ceramics 43-29 in the first round of the OHSAA sectional semifinal on Tuesday night.