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

Six runs in the first inning led Ohio State to a dominant 12-4 win over the the Bobcats in five innings.

It was a long first inning for senior Lauren McClary, as she gave up six hits and one error to the Buckeyes, who would assert their dominance again in the second inning.

Freshman Logan Jacik took the mound against Eastern Kentucky for his first career start for the Bobcats, but only stood on the rubber for two innings as manager Rob Smith used six different pitchers to work the program’s first shutout since 2012.

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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.

The Ohio Bobcats men’s golf team finished up their final round of play Tuesday, taking 16th place in the Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate in Williamsburg, Va.

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.

Germane Lindsey stepped on the scale just hours before the 2011 Mid-American Conference Championships were set to begin.

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.