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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. 

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James Gollon, a guard from Wisconsin, will join the Bobcats in 2015


For the first time in two decades the Ohio women’s basketball team is going dancing in the NCAA Tournament. The ‘Cats will be heading West as they were placed in the Greensboro Region after cutting down the nets at the Quicken Loans Arena.

Through day one of competition at the 2015 NCAA Division I Wrestling Championships, five of the six competing Ohio Bobcats are still alive in their brackets for another day of competition.

After giving up two grand slams in two innings, things can look grim for any team. 

But after losing 18-3 to Marshall on Thursday, the Bobcats will look back at the early innings and wonder what caused their sixth-straight loss.

Ohio's 174-pounder Cody Walters is the only returning All-American for the Bobcats. The Green and White's head coach Joel Greenlee was a two-time All-American in his competitive days. Allie Dosmann details Walters' experience and Greenlee's college days.

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.