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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. 

The Bobcats, as they have so often this season, gave up an early lead to an opponent -- in this case Miami -- and the RedHawks never looked back, taking the first game of the weekned series, 4-1. 

Game one

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

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For the second time this season, Ohio and Marshall were tied up in the final two innings of their matchup. And for the second time, a Bobcat hitter had the bases loaded and produced a bases-clearing hit to give his team a win.

On a chilly Sunday afternoon in Buffalo, NY, the Ohio Bobcats baseball squad capped off the weekend sweep of the Buffalo Bulls, winning both games of a doubleheader by a score of 5-3. 

The Eastern Michigan pitcher must have been dreading it when senior Raven King came to the plate in the fifth inning.

The last time King had been at the plate, she had smashed a three-run homer over the Ohio Softball Field scoreboard to put the Bobcats ahead 3-2.

Ohio women’s track and field took the top spot Saturday in the Ohio Cherry Blossom Invitational – its first home meet of the season.

Led by Hailey Hrynewich, who claimed her first college tournament win, Ohio women’s golf took second place at the Lady Colonel Classic at the Arlington Golf Club in Richmond, Ky., on Saturday.

Ohio baseball put two runs on the board in the first inning of their series opening game with Buffalo, and the ‘Cats never trailed in their 6-1 win over the Bulls.

The sound of softballs slapping off the bat, immediately followed by a roar from the Ohio fans in attendance, rang around Ohio Softball Field as another ball sailed past the outfield wall.

Game One

A runner clad in maroon and gold sitting on third base will be the overwhelming image for many Ohio fans in the first game of a doubleheader against Central Michigan on Friday. 

The sting of falling short in the national tournament is something that doesn’t go away for wrestlers.

“I still remember every move, every position from the year I was [All-American] and the year I wasn’t,” Ohio head coach Joel Greenlee said.

In baseball, anyone can be the hero. And for the Ohio State Buckeyes it was the unlikeliest of heroes in their 7-4, 10th inning win over the Ohio Bobcats.

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