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Carter leads Ohio's strong 2nd half in win

Bobcats knock off Camels 81-73

ATHENS – Jason Carter nearly scored his career high with 24 points as Ohio finished strong to beat Campbell, 81-73, on Monday night at The Convo.

Doug Taylor had a double-double of 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Teyvion Kirk contributed 14 points, seven rebounds and five assists, and Ben Vander Plas also had 14 points off the bench. Jason Preston scored 12 points.

The Bobcats (2-0) trailed 41-35 at halftime and the Camels held the lead until Gavin Block’s 3-pointer with 12:50 remaining moved Ohio in front 49-46. Doug Taylor’s dunk gave the Bobcats their biggest lead, 71-60, with 1:42 remaining, though Campbell made it interesting down the stretch, missing a 3-pointer while down six with about 15 seconds to go.

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Comeback effort comes up short for Ohio

Miami holds on 30-28 for first win in series since 2012

OXFORD – Ohio fell into a 21-point hole at halftime and its rally fell short as Miami virtually eliminated the Bobcats from Mid-American Conference East Division contention with a 30-28 victory Wednesday night at Yeager Stadium.

Miami (4-6, 4-2 MAC) scored 21 points in the second quarter to take a 28-7 lead and while Ohio’s defense adjusted, the usually high-powered offense never got in gear.

Dylan Conner’s 28-yard return of a blocked punt got Ohio (6-4, 4-2 MAC) to within 28-21 with 9:14 remaining, and the Bobcats got the ball back but a safety was all the second-half points Miami needed. After a punt pinned the Bobcats at the 1-yard line, Nathan Rourke avoided one defender but turned into Doug Costin and stepped on the end line, making... <Read More>

Balanced Ohio pulls away from Wilberforce in opener

Carter, Kirk scored 17; Carter adds 16 points, 13 rebounds

ATHENS – Jason Carter and Teyvion Kirk each scored 17 points, while Ben Vander Plas added 16 points as Ohio rolled to a 97-61 victory against NAIA Wilberforce in its basketball season opener Wednesday night at The Convo.

After struggling in Ohio’s exhibition victory against Rio Grande, Jason Preston scored 10 points with five rebounds and three steals, while Antonio Cowart Jr. had a complete game with nine points, five assists and four rebounds. Carter added 13 rebounds and four assists, and Doug Taylor grabbed 11 rebounds with six points and four blocks.

The Bobcats led 48-29 at halftime and outscored the Bullodgs 49-32 in the second half.

Guards Jordan Dartis and James Gollon missed the game with injuries and both are expected to miss... <Read More>

Bobcats roll past Red Storm in exhibition win

Kirk scores 20, Carter adds 18

ATHENS – Teyvion Kirk scored 20 points and Jason Carter added 18 as Ohio cruised to a 93-52 victory against Rio Grande in an exhibition game Saturday at The Convo.

The Bobcats played most of last season without Carter and all of it without Ben Vander Plas during his true freshman season. He scored 14 points off the bench. Doug Taylor and junior college transfer Antonio Cowart. Jr. had 10 points each.

With Jordan Dartis and James Gollon missing the game because of injuries, the starters were Carter and Taylor at forward and Kirk, Cowart Jr. and freshman Jason Preston at guard. Preston went 0 for 5 and scored one point with a team-leading four assists.

Gavin Block had six points in just 10 minutes off the bench. Freshmen Nate Springs and... <Read More>

Ohio forces 6 turnovers in 59-14 blowout of Western Michigan

Rourke accounts for 5 first-half touchdowns

KALAMAZOO, Mich. – Ohio dominated its third straight opponent, but this time it was a thorough drubbing of a quality opponent.

After blowing out Mid-American Conference bottom-dwellers Bowling Green and Ball State the last two weeks, the Bobcats routed Western Michigan, 59-14, on Thursday night at Waldo Stadium.

Western Michigan (6-4, 4-2 MAC) committed five first-half turnovers and Ohio (6-3, 4-1 MAC) took advantage while building up a 45-0 lead at the break.

"It's coming like we had hoped," Ohio coach Frank Solich said. "We would have liked to start a little sooner, but they're really playing well now. They can't wait to get out to practice. They've been that kind of team."

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