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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.

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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It took 12 innings, but the Bobcats fell to Georgia Tech on a walk-off throwing error
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.

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Two teams came into McAfee Gymnasium on Wednesday night and one left as TVC-Ohio champions.

The game between the Alexander Lady Spartans and Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes may have been for sole-possession of first place in the TVC-Ohio, but that wasn’t the only reason this was an important game.

When you score 53 points in two wins in college basketball, you are bound to garner some attention.

The Meigs High School Chaplain led the team in a pre-game devotion about David and Goliath to get the Marauders pumped up before their game against Nelsonville York.

The Athens Bulldogs defeated Alexander in their second matchup of the season, beating the Spartans 50-31 to clinch the TVC-Ohio.

Max Ward’s tenure as a Vinton County Viking may be coming to a close, but he is making the most of the playing time he has left.

The Bobcats men’s golf team finished their trip to Dade City, Fla., on Tuesday by taking a share of fifth place at the Earl Yestingsmeier Match Play.

On Monday the team dropped the first round of competition to the Miami RedHawks 5-1 in match play.

Ohio men’s basketball has started a number of its games slowly this season, and another slow beginning once again doomed the Bobcats, as Ohio fell to Central Michigan, 68-57, at home on Tuesday night.

The No. 3 Ohio Bobcats lost during overtime to No. 8 Oklahoma, 3-2, on Friday.

The game was a grind for both teams. The Bobcats scored first just five minutes into the game when Patrick Spellacy took advantage of an assist from Tom Whetsel.

Only an act of charity could save Athens from defeat on Monday night.

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