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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.

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.

For the first time in 20 years, the Bobcats clinched the Mid-American Conference regular season title Saturday with a 67-47 win over Bowling Green. Ohio improved to 23-4 on the season and 14-2 in the MAC.

This isn’t what anybody expected coming into the season. The Ohio men’s basketball team traveled to Akron on Friday night in an attempt to complete the season sweep of the Zips.

After finishing 6-6 and being left out of a bowl game for the first time in five years, the Ohio football team is already eager to kick off its 2015 campaign. With spring practices beginning last Saturday, the Bobcats have their sights set on next season.

Not only did the Bobcats beat Buffalo 78-70 on Wednesday night, but they also set a new record for most 3-pointers made in a season and clinched their first Mid-American Conference East title in school history. The win moves the Bobcats to 22-4 overall and 13-2 in the MAC.

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The No. 10 seed Waverly Tigers grabbed their second upset victory in a row Saturday when they defeated the No. 2 seed of Alexander 42-33.


Ohio swimmer and senior Michelle Gasior is given the honor of ending her collegiate career with someone who helped her begin her swimming career years ago -- 

Before Ohio 174-pounder Cody Walter claimed All-American honors and a pair of Mid-American Conference Championships, he was a 7-year-old grappler getting roughed up on the mat in the championship round of an invitational at St. Edward High School, in Ohio. 

The thing about sports is that no one knows what will happen on any given day, in any given game, during any given season.

Sometimes, the surprise is good, giving fans and teams the rewards of success.  At other times, we are left wanting more, thinking abut what could have been.

It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish, the old adage says, and that was apt for Ohio wrestling on Sunday afternoon as they lost to the West Virginia Mountaineers, 19-16.

The Bobcats held the lead for most of the afternoon but let it slip away in the final match of the day.

While the state of Ohio was freezing in the snow, freshman Lily Pendy was heating up in the state of Florida in the Eagle Invitational

The second NCAA Division I Coaches Panel Rankings were announced Monday and four Bobcats were slotted 25th or better in their respective weight classes.

On April 6, 2014, a new era was born in Athens, Ohio.

Saul Phillips was named the 18th head coach in Ohio Men’s basketball history, replacing Jim Christian who left for the head coach position at Boston College.

The Bobcats lost a shootout to Illinois, 3-2, but their split with the Fighting Illini clinched them the Central States Collegiate Hockey League (CSCHL) regular-season title.

To avoid confusion, the Quinnipiac Bobcats will be referred to as the ‘Cats.

Ohio split its games between the Army Black Knights and the Quinnipiac Bobcats on Valentine’s Day to bring the team’s record to 4-4 in the preseason schedule.