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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’s effort has been anything but consistent this season, and the inconsistency continued Tuesday in the Bobcats’ 76-65 home loss to Bowling Green.

After plenty of back-and-forth in Sunday’s dual between Ohio Bobcats and Cleveland State Vikings, No. 11 Tywan Claxton and Sparty Chino sealed a 25-15 Bobcat victory in two of the final three matches.

The Bobcats were tied 6-6 with the Longwood Lancers when the big bat of the day, Tyler Wells, stepped to the plate in bottom of the eighth and won Ohio the game with solo shot to left field.

After losing on Wednesday to Eastern Michigan, Ohio took on the second-best team in the Mid-American Conference and came away with a dominating 71-55 win over the Akron Zips. The bounce-back victory pushes the Bobcats record to 21-4 and 12-2 in the MAC.

Hot shooting is not the way to characterize Ohio’s home matchup with Kent State on Saturday. The Golden Flashes came into The Convocation Center and outplayed the Bobcats down the stretch as Ohio fell 64-51.

Ohio wrestling filled The Convocation Center for the final time of the 2014-15 season on Feb. 6 for a 20-18 win over Mid-American Conference foe Northern Iowa, and there were a few extra faces in the crowd to see redshirt senior Harrison Hightower compete.

In frigid temperatures outside, inside The Convocation Center, the Bobcats’ shooting percentage was almost as low. Ohio shot 31.6 percent in the second half and 34.8 percent for the game as it lost 73-61 to Eastern Michigan and snapped a 10-game win streak.

The Ohio women's basketball has come together over the course of this year. But, what many may not know is how many of these teammates used to be opponents in high school.

Ohio swimmer and senior Michelle Gasior is given the honor of ending her collegiate career with someone who helped her begin her swimming career years ago -- 

Before Ohio 174-pounder Cody Walter claimed All-American honors and a pair of Mid-American Conference Championships, he was a 7-year-old grappler getting roughed up on the mat in the championship round of an invitational at St. Edward High School, in Ohio. 

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Due to winter weather, Ohio softball has opted to change its' weekend plans.
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The Eastern Lady Eagles (14-6) established their dominance quickly over the winless Green Lady Bobcats (0-19). The Lady Eagles took down Green 62-11 Thursday to advance in the sectional tournament.

The Vinton County Lady Vikings (7-14, 5-7) have struggled to guard star players throughout the season, and it came back to bite them in their first round tournament matchup against the Warren Lady Warriors (13-7).

The Western Kentucky Spring Fling tournament has been canceled due to severe weather conditions, which means the Ohio softball team won't get to travel to Bowling Green, Ky., this weekend.

Ohio Bobcats sophomore forward Antonio Campbell shows continuous signs of improvement on both ends of the court. The Bobcat Sports Showcase's Avery T. Jennings sits down with Campbell and Ohio coach Saul Phillips to talk about Campbell's development.

With snow canceling Vinton County’s game against Marietta earlier this week, it marked the end of the regular season for the Lady Vikings.

Ohio wrestling filled The Convocation Center for the final time of the 2014-15 season on Feb. 6 for a 20-18 win over Mid-American Conference foe Northern Iowa, and there were a few extra faces in the crowd to see redshirt senior Harrison Hightower compete.

Inconsistency has been the downfall of the Bobcats all season long, and it struck Ohio once again Wednesday night in Kalamazoo, Mich. The Green and White went into the game on a two-game losing streak, and fell for the third time in a row to Western Michigan 80-69.

In frigid temperatures outside, inside The Convocation Center, the Bobcats’ shooting percentage was almost as low. Ohio shot 31.6 percent in the second half and 34.8 percent for the game as it lost 73-61 to Eastern Michigan and snapped a 10-game win streak.

No. 8 seed Wellston will face off against No. 9 seed Meigs to determine who will go up against Nelsonville-York in the OHSAA Division III Region 11 tournament.

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