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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.


After winning four games in a row by single digits, Meigs was able to get another win in the same fashion defeating New Lexington 54-51 on Monday night.

On Monday, Ohio junior guard Kiyanna Black was named Mid-American Conference East Player of the Week for the second time this season.

The Nelsonville-York Buckeyes’ season came to an abrupt end Monday night after falling to the River Valley Raiders 60-43 at Jackson High School.

Leah Richardson has been the force behind the Alexander Lady Spartans’ success all season and that was certainly the case Sunday.

Behind Richardson’s 28 points, the Lady Spartans beat the Belpre Lady Eagles 66-44 in McAfee Gymnasium.

For a team to make a postseason run, it takes teamwork, confidence and raw determination.

The Nelsonville-York Lady Buckeyes displayed all three Sunday en route to a 60-29 sectional final victory over the Meigs Lady Marauders in McAfee Gymnasium.

After plenty of back-and-forth in Sunday’s dual between Ohio Bobcats and Cleveland State Vikings, No. 11 Tywan Claxton and Sparty Chino sealed a 25-15 Bobcat victory in two of the final three matches.

The Bobcats were tied 6-6 with the Longwood Lancers when the big bat of the day, Tyler Wells, stepped to the plate in bottom of the eighth and won Ohio the game with solo shot to left field.

After losing on Wednesday to Eastern Michigan, Ohio took on the second-best team in the Mid-American Conference and came away with a dominating 71-55 win over the Akron Zips. The bounce-back victory pushes the Bobcats record to 21-4 and 12-2 in the MAC.

Hot shooting is not the way to characterize Ohio’s home matchup with Kent State on Saturday. The Golden Flashes came into The Convocation Center and outplayed the Bobcats down the stretch as Ohio fell 64-51.

The 2014 season was a forgetful one for Connor Sitz, as the pitcher finished with an 0-9 record and an ERA of just under six.