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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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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.

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.

Ohio track and field went south to Winston-Salem, N.C., as its first outdoor meet took place over the weekend.  The transition from the indoor to outdoor field was handled well by the Green and White as they managed to post 12 top-10 finishes between Friday and Saturday.

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.

It’s officially gameday in Tempe, Ariz., for the Ohio Bobcats, a 14 seed in their first NCAA Tournament since 1995. The Bobcats have had an incredible run in Bob Boldon’s second year as head coach, and it has led to this game.

For the first time since 2011, the Ohio wrestling team will not have an All-American. None of the Green and White grapplers made it past the “blood round” of the NCAA Wrestling Championships, meaning that no one would take home the individual honor.

The Ohio Bobcats began the 2015 Mid-American Conference season with a 6-4 win on the road Friday against Central Michigan, continuing their upstart season. With the win, Ohio (12-6, 1-0 MAC) eclipses its win total from the entire 2014 season (11).