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Rockets start fast, roll past Bobcats 75-52

Ohio has another poor offensive game in loss


TOLEDO - Ohio's offensive struggles continued in a 75-52 loss to Toledo on Friday night at Savage Arena.

The Bobcats shot just 32.2 percent in the game despite decent success from the outside. Ohio was 9 of 27 (33.3 percent) on 3-pointers but just 10 of 32 (31.3 percent) inside the arc.

Gavin Block was the only Ohio player in double figures, finishing with 12 points. Top scorers Jason Carter (8 points) and Teyvion Kirk (7 points) combined to go 6 of 25 from the field.

Luke Knapke scored all 16 of his points in the first half and added nine rebounds for Toledo (15-3, 3-2 Mid-American Conference). Marreon Jackson and Jaelan Sanford each had 14 points, and Nate Navigato scored 10 points.

The Rockets jumped out to a 30-7 lead in the first 11... <Read More>





Offensive woes sink Bobcats again

Ohio scores just 11 points in final 12 minutes in loss to Kent State


ATHENS – Ohio erased one deficit but could not come back from a second one in a 66-52 loss to Kent State on Tuesday night at The Convo.

The Bobcats trailed 37-26 at halftime, came back to tie the score eight minutes into the second half but had no answer for the Golden Flashes’ run that followed. Kent State scored nine straight points, and Ohio got no closer than six after that.

Jaylin Walker led the Golden Flashes (13-4, 2-2 Mid-American Conference) with 21 points, while Jalen Avery scored 15 points. Philip Wittington and Antonio Williams scored 10 points each.

Ohio (9-7, 1-3 MAC) shot just 31.7 percent in the game and was led by Jason Carter and Teyvion Kirk with 11 points each. Carter added 13 rebounds. Kirk had seven rebounds and four... <Read More>





Ohio defense shuts down Ball State in bounce back win

Bobcats build big halftime lead, cruise past Cardinals 70-52


MUNCIE, Ind. – Ohio scored the first 10 points and shut down one of the Mid-American Conference’s best offenses, picking up its first league win in dominating fashion on the road, 70-52 over ball State on Saturday at Worthen Arena.

The Cardinals shot below 40 percent for the first time this season, finishing at just 35.4 percent, including only 27.3 percent in the first half as the Bobcats ran out to a 39-18 lead at the break. Ball State came in averaging 81.9 points per game.

Teyvion Kirk scored 19 points and added nine rebounds and three steals, Jason Carter also was just shy of a double-double with 13 points and nine boards, and Doug Taylor had 11 points – including a highlight alley-oop dunk – and seven rebounds for Ohio (9-6, 1-2... <Read More>

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Doug Taylor dunk  (Ohio Bobcats.com)




Bowling Green's big 2nd half too much for Ohio

Falcons pull away in final 9 minutes for 82-63 win


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BOWLING GREEN - Bowling Green dominated the final nine minutes and ran away with an 82-63 victory against Ohio on Tuesday night at the Stroh Center.

Leading just 55-52, the Falcons outscored the Bobcats 27-11 the rest of the way, beginning with an 11-0 run.

Jason Carter's hot shooting from the outside was not nearly enough for Ohio. He was 5 for 7 from long range and scored 22 points. Teyvion Kirk had 17 points and just two turnovers.

It was no match for the Falcons, who shot 53.4 percent in the game, including 64.3 percent in the second half. Justin Turner led five Bowling Green players in double figures with 20 points.

"They got a little loose on us defensively in the driving lines," Ohio coach Saul Phillips said. "They did the same... <Read More>





Poor free-throw shooting costs Ohio in loss to Northern Illinois

Bobcats go just 11 of 25 at foul line


ATHENS – Ohio made just 11 of 25 free throws and dropped its Mid-American Conference opener to Northern Illinois 72-66 on Saturday at The Convo.

Ben Vander Plas connected on a 3-pointer with 8 seconds left but he missed on a free throw chance for a go-ahead four-point play, and Northern Illinois prevailed in overtime.

Teyvion Kirk’s putback of his own miss tied the game at 66 with 1:28 left in the extra period before Lacey James made two free throws to put the Huskies up for good. Northern Illinois (8-6, 1-0 MAC) made four more free throws after that and finished 13 of 17 at the line, snapping an 11-game MAC road losing streak.

Kirk led the Bobcats (8-5, 0-1 MAC) with 22 points and nine rebounds but also had seven turnovers. Antonio Cowart... <Read More>








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