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Students home for winter break, a 1-6 Alcorn State squad coming to the Convo and an Ohio team that was riding a two-game losing streak looked to make for a disastrous recipe for the Bobcats, but Ohio managed to overcome the potential obstacles and defeat the Braves, 66-55, on Saturday.

It is no shock for a team with a new coach, a new style of play and a host of new players to struggle coming out of the gates, so not surprisingly, Coach Phillips’ Ohio Bobcats squad has scuffled out to a 2-3 start.

The No. 25 Ohio Bobcats wrestle in front of their home crowd for the first time in 2014 on Saturday, in a meet against perhaps their toughest challenge of the year in the No. 5 Missouri Tigers.

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The Lady Spartans shot 16-for-16 from the free throw line in the final quarter to seal a 57-43 win over Vinton County.
The Bobcats made a late run but it came up short on Monday night


Five members of the Ohio volleyball team received All-MAC awards this season, including Player of the Year and Defensive Player of the Year, and while leading the All-MAC First Team in selections with four.

The Gallipolis City Schools Board of Education unanimously approved a move that would make Gallia Academy a member of the Ohio Valley Conference on Wednesday night, accelerating the Southeastern Ohio Athletic League toward its inevitable end.

While most teams are hoping to already be at their best come postseason time, Ohio volleyball coach Deane Webb is still focused on improving his team even with the Mid-American Conference tournament right around the corner.

Nothing seemed to be going right for Ohio men’s basketball on Wednesday night, as the Bobcats dropped a road matchup with Florida Gulf Coast, 79-62.

There’s nothing like a good rematch to settle some old wounds. The No. 1 seed Shadyside Tigers face off with the No. 2 Trimble Tomcats in the Div. VII Region 25 Finals this Saturday, for the second straight year.

Being held out of competition is hard for any athlete to take. For the Ohio wrestling squad, that often becomes a reality, as head coach Joel Greenlee redshirted over half of his team over the past couple years. 

Throughout the 2014 season, the Ohio Bobcats have had issues beating themselves in several of the five losses, as numerous missed opportunities have plagued the team.

The first road game of the season for Ohio men’s basketball is set for Wednesday in Fort Myers, Fla., as the Bobcats take on Florida Gulf Coast.

Doug Taylor has officially sent in his National Letter of Intent to cap off Ohio men’s basketball’s early signing period for the 2015-16 recruiting class.

Behind junior guard Kiyanna Black’s 21 points and nine rebounds, the Ohio Bobcats dominated the Wofford Terriers by a final of 84-37.