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The Ohio Bobcats fielded seven pitchers and fell to the Western Michigan Broncos 7-4 on a cold afternoon at Bob Wren Stadium.

Lauren McClary earned her first two wins in the circle of the season in one day.

McClary (2-10) gave up six hits over nine innings of pitching as the Bobcats (9-18, 2-0) achieved two comeback victories in a doubleheader at Western Michigan with scores of 9-8 and 3-2.

Knotted at 8-8 with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, Tyler Wells took the batters’ box with the bases loaded.

After traveling for its first 20 games of the 2015 season, Ohio baseball’s first home game at Bob Wren Stadium finally came on Tuesday. Unfortunately for the Bobcats, they didn’t benefit from some home cooking in a 9-5 loss to the Xavier Musketeers.

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.

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.

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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.

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. 

The game looked like many of Ohio’s this season: an early deficit, a myriad of pitching changes, a couple hits and some early season jitters. 

The Trimble Tomcats claimed the Div. IV Sectional title Tuesday for the second year in a row as they cruised by South Webster, 76-44. With the win, the Tomcats’ unbeaten streak extends to 23-0.

The Ohio Bobcats and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets were so evenly matched on Tuesday that it took 12 innings and a walk-off throwing error for the Yellow Jackets to earn a 7-6 win. 

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.

Finding a starting pitcher to replace Savannah Jo Dorsey has been a huge problem for Ohio this season and the team's struggles continued Tuesday as it fell 12-1 to Western Carolina in six innings.

Dr. Seuss once said, "Oh the places you will go." He may not have known it, but he was referring to the Nelsonville York Lady Buckeyes.  

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.

The Bobcats wrapped up their two-day indoor track Invitational in Mount Pleasant, Mich., finished in last place in a field of 12 and accumulated nine points.

On the fourth and final day of the 2015 Mid-American Conference Championships, Ohio swimmer Laura Dawson shined the brightest, winning two events, claiming the Most Outstanding Swimming Award and leading her team to a sixth place finish.