Ohio PG Jason Preston has declared entry into the 2021 NBA Draft, but leaves open the door for a return to Bobcats
The Bobcats simply couldn’t conjure up enough defense, or made shots, as their magical 2021 finish came to an abrupt stop. No. 5 seed Creighton closed the first-half with a fury, and then squashed any hopes of a comeback from No. 13 Ohio in the second half, and rolled to a 72-58 victory on Monday … Continue reading Bobcats fall to Creighton in second round of NCAAs →
According to Jeff Boals, there’s plenty of room left on the bandwagon. As the only team from the state of Ohio left in the 2021 NCAA Tournament, the No. 13-seeded Bobcats (17-7) will welcome any and all support on Monday when they battle fifth-seeded Creighton (21-8) in a West Region second-round game starting at 6:10 … Continue reading Ohio faces Creighton with Sweet 16 spot on the line →
The game over, the battle won, Ben Vander Plas took a moment to talk with Tony Bennett. Together they turned and pointed up into the stands inside Assembly Hall. Ohio’s forward and the Virginia men’s basketball coach were acknowledging Dean Vander Plas – Ben’s (full name Bennett, or this week Maximus as dubbed by Jeff … Continue reading Vander Plas provides biggest moments in Ohio’s upset →
The Bobcats don’t always make the NCAA Tournament. But when they do? Well, you’ll want to give them the benefit of a doubt in their first-round matchup. Ohio staged another March upset on Saturday night, as the 13th-seeded Bobcats knocked off No. 4 seed Virginia 62-58 inside Assembly Hall in Bloomington, Ind. Trailing by as … Continue reading Bobcats keep dancing as Ohio upsets Virginia 62-58 →
The Bobcats’ season now has an end-point in sight. The Ohio University women’s basketball team blew out Fordham, 81-65, in a consolation game in the second round of the 2021 WNIT on Saturday afternoon at Bojangles Coliseum in Charlotte. Ohio (15-9) will advance to its final game of the season, on Monday at 4 p.m. … Continue reading Ohio women beat Fordham, earn third game in WNIT →
It’s not hyperbole to say the Bobcats haven’t faced a team like Virginia all season. But no, the question isn’t if Ohio can knock off the Cavaliers on Saturday night in the first round of the 2021 NCAA Tournament. The ‘Cats are capable, and Virginia is dealing with circumstances that may impact how sharp it … Continue reading OU-UVA: Ohio takes aim at another magical March moment →
Jason Preston, for all his traits, is nothing like D.J. Cooper. Cooper, a former Bobcat standout, scribbled his name across the Ohio record book and into OU lore with a four-year career that had more raw numbers, bravado and NCAA Tournament wins than any other player in modern history. Preston, the ‘Cats’ current buzz-worthy point … Continue reading Preston poised to etch his name in Bobcat lore →
Cece Hooks has turned in dozens of critical, game-clinching or game-turning plays during her collegiate playing career. On Friday afternoon, she was on the other end of one. Clemson’s Delicia Washington poked the ball away from a driving Hooks with less than 10 seconds remaining to wrap up a 65-60 win over Ohio in the … Continue reading Bobcats clipped at end of WNIT opener vs. Clemson →
At the time, it felt like an indictment. In reality, it was a turning point. The Ohio University men’s basketball team begins play in the 2021 NCAA Tournament on Saturday as the 13th-seeded Bobcats (16-7) take on No. 4 seed Virginia (18-6) in a West Regional first round game at Indiana University’s Assembly Hall beginning … Continue reading Bobcats’ turning point came at a low moment, and just in time →
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