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On Tuesday afternoon, the Mid-American Conference released the 2014 Football Academic All-Conference team, and the Ohio Bobcats saw 13 of its players appear on the list. 

The Bobcats cruised to a 24-13 victory over the Buffalo Bulls on Sunday, and completed a weekend sweep of two Mid-American Conference duals

The game was tied at 61 with 2.9 seconds left, and the Bobcats had to go the length of the floor to get the win.

Phil Wellington wasn’t happy with his 12-5 record before the start of the new year.

When Ohio 149-pounder Tywan Claxton isn't on a wrestling mat, he can be found in the boxing ring. The grappler's hobby gives him some unique advantages on the mat.

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Despite a great effort in the second half, the Lady Lancers dropped their game against Belpre on Monday night.
Eastern Lady Eagles get past slow first half and finish strong to beat Jackson.

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Stifling defense and good shooting led Federal Hocking past Eastern on Friday night, 58-44. The Lancers held the Eagles to single-digit scoring totals in two quarters en route to the 14-point victory.

It didn’t take long for Athens to bounce back from their rough shooting night at Alexander on Tuesday, as the Bulldogs picked up the 58-35 home victory over Nelsonville-York Friday night.

Phil Wellington's father died of cancer before the Bobcats' 197-pounder made it to Ohio. Fueled by memories of his father, Wellington continues to find guidance from head coach Joel Greenlee and the rest of the coaching staff. 

Ohio wrestler Andrew Romanchik started the 2014-15 season as a 157-pounder, but he has since made the jump to the 184-pound weight class. 

Thirty years ago, Ohio women's basketball went 26-3 and earned their first birth in the NCAA tournament. The Bobcats' hope to be as succesful in 2015. 

Bobcat Sports Showcase swimming reporter Tajah Smith has the story on some of Ohio's unique and unusual training styles that the Bobcats employed over winter break.

Bobcat Sports Showcase host Morgan Overbey sat down with men's basketball reporter Chuck Walter for an update on Ohio men's basketball so far in the 2014-15 season.

The Bobcats are experiencing the intensity of the MAC, after a 0-3 start in the conference. The 'Cats talked to The Bobcat Sports Showcase about the challenges of their conference.

Missing the presence of important team leader Destiny Tabler due to injury, the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers (3-11, 3-7 TVC-Hocking) fell to the South Gallia Rebels (4-9, 2-7 TVC-Hocking) at home this Thursday by a score of 56-49.

Thursday night the River Valley Lady Raiders (5-8) travelled to Albany and fell to the Alexander Lady Spartans (10-4) 50-34.

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