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Knotted at 8-8 with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, Tyler Wells took the batters’ box with the bases loaded.

After traveling for its first 20 games of the 2015 season, Ohio baseball’s first home game at Bob Wren Stadium finally came on Tuesday. Unfortunately for the Bobcats, they didn’t benefit from some home cooking in a 9-5 loss to the Xavier Musketeers.

The Ohio women’s basketball team walked into the Wells Fargo Arena Saturday afternoon before many Ohio and Arizona State fans had arrived for the game. Determined. Focused. Ready for the program’s first NCAA Tournament game since 1995. They had four days to prepare for the No.

The Bobcats won two back-to-back games over ther weekend, which is only the second time Ohio has managed to do so this season. 

After its offense scored nine runs in the first two games of a split with the Central Michigan Chippewas, the Ohio Bobcats (12-8, 1-2) were held scoreless in a 4-0 loss on Sunday.

The historic run of the Ohio women’s basketball team came to an end Saturday night in Tempe, Ariz. The Sun Devils forced the issues defensively, forcing 18 turnovers on the way to 74-55 victory over the ‘Cats.


The Africentric Nubians used their superior size, depth and defensive pressure to win 55-47 on Tuesday and put an end to the Tomcats' perfect season.

Game One


The Bobcats looked like they had a dream start to their game against Wright State when they scored three runs in the top of the first.

The 2014 season was a tough one for the Ohio baseball team, winning just 11 of 51 games. 

With a new season comes a new group of leaders for the Ohio Bobcats football team.

After a season for the ages, and a Mid-American Conference Championship under their belt, Ohio women’s basketball found out its NCAA Tournament fate on Monday night.


While many were "festing" Saturday, Ohio softball had a doubleheader against its hardest opponent of the season.

The Bobcats' home-openening series away from home in Chillcothe, Ohio, ended as a losing series as they dropped the finale 7-4 to the Siena Saints.

The last time the Ohio women’s basketball team won the regular season Mid-American Conference title and the MAC Tournament championship in the same season, Ohio coach Bob Boldon was a young kid playing baseball, and his players weren’t even born yet.

After a change in the scheduling, the Bobcats baseball postponed its home debut, and took to the field in Chillicothe, Ohio, where it split a double header against the Siena Saints.

Senior guard Austin Downs created an opportunity for redemption as the time winded down in the first half.

Downs missed a 3-pointer with five seconds left, but intercepted the Paint Valley outlet pass.