Ohio women return to the floor, but drop road loss at Akron

Through the vagaries of the dog-eat-dog nature of the Mid-American Conference this season, the Ohio University women’s basketball team has been able to climb two spots in the league standings over the last 18 days – despite not playing once. The Bobcats returned from an extended COVID-19 break on Tuesday, and saw all the ground … Continue reading Ohio women return to the floor, but drop road loss at Akron

Bobcats bust Broncos behind Hooks, Mace and Burris

Gabby Burris has become accustomed to the every-day-is-an-unknown nature of the 2020-21 season. But the senior forward said the uneasy day-to-day availability of players and coaches has only honed Ohio’s belief in what it does. “We’re trying to expect the unexpected. We know the morals and values of this team, and we’re trying to carry … Continue reading Bobcats bust Broncos behind Hooks, Mace and Burris

Hooks hits 2K, Bobcats bomb away at Ball State

It was a shot the Cardinals dared her to take all night. But Cece Hooks wasn’t about to back down. Hooks swished a left-side 3-pointer late in the third quarter on Wednesday night as the Bobcats crushed host Ball State, 88-66, inside Worthen Arena at Muncie, Ind. The bucket also gave Ohio’s senior guard an … Continue reading Hooks hits 2K, Bobcats bomb away at Ball State

Hooks does it again as OU hammers Akron, 85-55

Cece Hooks’ onslaught on the Mid-American Conference continued Saturday as the Bobcats dismantled visiting Akron 85-55 inside the Convocation Center. Unfortunately for Ohio, so did the assault on the depth chart. Cece Hooks (left), seen here earlier this month, had 31 points in 30 minutes to lead Ohio to an 85-55 win over Akron on … Continue reading Hooks does it again as OU hammers Akron, 85-55

Ohio falls short in bid for fourth-straight comeback

The Bobcats’ hopes of winning the Mid-American Conference regular season took a hit on Wednesday with a 69-66 loss at Eastern Michigan in Ypsilanti, Mich. The loss snapped a three-game win streak for Ohio (8-5, 6-4 MAC), which fell into a tie with EMU (9-6, 6-4) for seventh place in the conference standings. Kent State … Continue reading Ohio falls short in bid for fourth-straight comeback

Hooks’ 38 points powers Ohio comeback at WMU

In short, there was no way Cece Hooks was going to let her team lose on Saturday. Sure, she was missing her partner as junior guard Erica Johnson wasn’t available due to a head injury suffered on Wednesday. Then sophomore guard Peyton Guice, another starter and good perimeter defender, went down with a serious knee … Continue reading Hooks’ 38 points powers Ohio comeback at WMU