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Dorsey, Stiene impressive in two-game sweep

Photo by Becca Zook First inning leads and consistently excellent pitching from their two-pitcher rotation is becoming the Bobcats’ theme this season. Ohio scored four runs in the first inning of their two-game sweep of Toledo over the weekend — a 4-2 come-from-behind victory in the first half of Friday’s doubleheader and a 8-0 thrashing in the back

Ohio swept by Ball State

As the snow, wind and generally poor weather swirled around Muncie, Indiana over the weekend, it must have seemed colder for the Bobcats. Each time they put together a good inning, Ball State were either nursing a solid lead or beginning a comeback to keep the Bobcats feeling of earning their first away-conference win even colder. By

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Bobcats split double-header with Kentucky

Photo by Becca Zook As the shadows crept across the third base line and the sun threatened to draw level with the stands, only one thing was being whispered about in the stands: Was Savannah Jo Dorsey really going to try and pitch back-to-back games against No. 12 Kentucky, one of the nation’s best offensive

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Ohio falls to Temple 75-61 in WNIT Round of 16

Photo by Maddie Schroeder The Ohio Bobcats ended their season at McGonigle Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania after a 75-61 loss to the Temple Owls in the Sweet Sixteen of the National Women’s Invitation Tournament. Ohio went 26-7 this season, the program’s third 25-win or better record in Ohio’s history. The Bobcats had one lead in

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Bobcats defeat Hokies 64-57, continue WNIT run

Photos by Maddie Schroeder The Ohio Bobcats held off the Virginia Tech Hokies in a 64-57 win at home in The Convo. The ACC win allows Ohio to improve its overall record to 26-6. The Bobcats will travel to Philadelphia for the third round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament to take on the Temple

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Ohio’s season ends with 88-74 loss to Buffalo

Photo provided by Ohio Athletics In the regular season, Ohio and Buffalo finished as the top two scoring offenses in the conference. But on Friday night at the Quicken Loans arena in Cleveland, the Bulls were the better team in nearly every offensive aspect as the Bobcats fell to Buffalo 88-74 in the MAC Tournament

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Despite loss, Bobcats still ahead of schedule to compete in the MAC

Photo provided by Ohio Athletics It wasn’t supposed to end like this for the Ohio Bobcats. Despite entering the Mid-American Conference tournament as the No. 2 seed, despite coming as favorites against a Buffalo Bulls team that they had already beaten earlier in the season and despite having a good chance of leaving Cleveland, Ohio

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