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St. Francis misses potential go-ahead shots, Ohio holds on

Red Flash nearly rally from 12-point deficit in final 5 minutes

ATHENS – Mark Sears scored 24 points, and Ohio held on to beat St. Francis 78-75 on Saturday at The Convo.

The Bobcats (6-2) led by as many as 18 points in the first half. The Red Flash (3-4) cut the deficit to two in the middle of the second half, and then after falling behind by 12 with less than five minutes remaining, they rallied to within one with a chance to win. After a Maxwell Land steal, Ronell Giles Jr. and Josh Cohen both missed shots in the paint in the closing seconds, and Sears closed out the game with a couple of free throws.

"In that type of situation, we're trying not to foul and put them on the line, so we just go straight up," Sears said. "And then we just got to find a body and box out and we got to come up with that... <Read More>

Ohio erases deficit but goes cold again in loss TO LSU

Bobcats miss first 11 field goals, shoot just 26% overall

BATON ROUGE, La. – Ohio missed its first 11 shots, rallied to tie the game early in the second half and then went cold again, losing 66-51 to undefeated LSU on Wednesday night at the Pete Maravich Assembly Center.

In total, the Bobcats (5-2) shot just 26% in the game. Ben Vander Plas knocked down four 3-pointers to score 12 points. Mark Sears scored 11 points, and Jason Carter finished with 10 points, but they were just a combined 12-for-45 shooting.

Tari Eason led the Tigers (8-0) with 20 points, five rebounds and five steals, while Darius Days added 12 points and 13 rebounds.

LSU jumped out to a 14-0 lead while Ohio was ice cold to start the game. Carter followed up a missed Sears 3-pointer to finally get the Bobcats on the board more... <Read More>

Ohio finishes strong to put away Concordia 88-68

Bobcats erase halftime deficit against NAIA opponent

ATHENS – After a slow start, Ohio exploded past Concordia 88-68 on Friday afternoon at The Convo.

The Bobcats trailed by seven at halftime but put up 58 points after the break against their NAIA opponent from Michigan.

Miles Brown scored a career-high 19 points to lead five Ohio players in double figures. Jason Carter and Ben Vander Plas had 16 points each, Mark Sears added 15 points, and Tommy Schmock came off the bench to score 11 points in 17 minutes.

The Bobcats (5-1) shot just 31.4% in the first half but nearly doubled that to 58.8% in the second half after they fell behind 37-30 at halftime.

Concordia’s lead was still seven when Ohio took the lead 44-43 on a pair of Schmock free throws to cap an 8-0 run. A Zac Clark layup briefly put... <Read More>

Offense struggles as Ohio falls to Bowling Green 21-10

Bobcats complete worse season in 18 years

BOWLING GREEN – Ohio could not get its offense in gear on a typically cold and windy day in northwest Ohio, ending its worst season in 18 years with a 21-10 loss to Bowling Green on Friday afternoon at Doyt L. Perry Stadium.

Th Bobcats (3-9, 3-5 Mid-American Conference) were held to just 223 yards, while the Falcons (4-8, 2-6 MAC) controlled the ball with long drives on offense and intercepted Kurtis Rourke three times on defense.

With the game tied at 10 at halftime, Bowling Green shut out Ohio in the second half and slowly put the game away with three field goals and a safety.

"I am proud of all our personnel," Ohio first-year head coach Tim Albin said. "The guys kept fighting. We just could not make enough plays offensively."

Bowling... <Read More>

Bobcats pull away for win over Mountaineers

Ohio dominates play in the paint in 73-59 victory

ATHENS – All five starters scored in double figures as Ohio downed Mount St. Mary’s 73-59 on Monday night at The Convo.

Mark Sears led the way with 15 points and seven assists, and Jason Carter and Ben Roderick each scored 12 points. Miles Brown finished with 11, and Ben Vander Plas scored 10.

Jalen Benjamin scored 23 points on 9-of-10 shooting to lead the Mountaineers, who hung around until late in the second half.

A Benjamin 3-pointer with 12:16 to go cut Mount St. Mary’s deficit to 52-45 before Ohio (4-1) began to put away starting with a pair of Roderick free throws. Lunden McDay followed with a three-point play, and Vander Plas added a bucket to make it 59-45 just two minutes later.

A couple minutes after that, the Bobcats went on a... <Read More>

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