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Kiyanna Black and Mariah Byard hit back to back 3-pointers for the Bobcats to start the second half en route to a blowout victory over Kent St. 69-56. The Bobcats continue their winning ways and are now 24-4 and 15-2 in the Mid-American Conference.

There was no last-second dunk this time around when the Bobcats took on the Buffalo Bull. Maurice Ndour, last matchup’s hero still poured in a game-high 25 points, but he couldn’t carry the Bobcats as they fell 93-66 to Buffalo Tuesday night.

Ohio’s starting pitcher Evan Geist had a no-hit the Georgia State Panthers through five innings on Sunday, but the home team finally got to the lefthander in the sixth inning for three runs to give the Panthers a 3-1 win and a sweep of the visiting Bobcats.

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Friday's game followed a similar narrative to many of Ohio's losses this season. An early deficit, a few pitching errors and a lack of offensive production.
Some late drama in the last two innings could not prevent the Bobcats from losing to UNC Greensboro, 8-5, for their fifth-straight loss.


Eleven points in two minutes.

Meigs scored 11 points in the final two minutes of overtime and played well when it mattered most to beat the Lady Golden Rockets 45-36 in the sectional semi-finals.

Thanks to a strong performance from Sierra Barker and an intense defensive effort, the Belpre Lady Golden Eagles defeated the Federal Hocking Lady Lancers 55-35 to advance to the sectional championship game.

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.