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NDSU's Phillips to be Ohio's next basketball coach


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As originally reported by the Messenger's Jason Arkley, and now confirmed by the university, North Dakota St. coach Saul Phillips will be the next basketball coach at Ohio. The 41-year-old spent 7 season at NDSU where he compiled a 134-84 record. Phillips replaces Jim Christian who left for Boston College after two seasons at Ohio.

Additional Coverage:
Saul Phillips Named Ohio Men's Basketball Head Coach  (Ohio Bobcats.com)
OU hires Saul Phillips as next coach  (The Post)
Saul Ball heading to Athens  (Athens Messenger)
Ohio Hires NDSU's Saul Phillips As Head Coach  (WOUB)
Ohio hires NDSU coach Saul Phillips  (ESPN.com)
Ohio hires Saul Phillips as new coach  (USA Today)
Phillips to bring ‘fun’ approach to Ohio  (Columbus Dispatch)




Keydets shoot 68 percent in 2nd half to down Bobcats

Ohio's season comes to end with CIT quarterfinal loss


ATHENS – Trailing by 12 with little more than three minutes remaining, Ohio had a chance to tie in the final minute but came up short – after it led by as many as 17 points in the first half – falling 92-90 to VMI in the quarterfinals of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament on Wednesday night at The Convo.

Though it did not matter in the final results, the Mid-American Conference career 3-point leader Nick Kellogg hit one last shot at the buzzer and finished his career with his best-ever scoring output of 30 points. Maurice Ndour had 26 points but the Bobcats (25-12) did not quite keep pace with the high-scoring Keydets (22-12).

Rodney Glasgow finished 30 points and D.J. Covington added 29 for VMI, which shot lights out after a slow start and... <Read More>





Willis helps Ohio rally past Wright State

Bobcats advance to quarterfinals of CIT


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ATHENS – With Nick Kellogg held in check and Maurice Ndour still struggling through a nagging back injury, Ohio had another player step up.

This time it was Javarez Willis, who scored 21 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 1:02 remaining to help Ohio rally past Wright State in the second round of the College Basketball.com Tournament on Saturday at The Convo.

Though he struggled through foul trouble, Antonio Campbell finished with eight points and five rebounds in 14 minutes. Treg Setty added seven points and five boards for the Bobcats (25-11).

Wright State (21-15) was held to 32.2 percent shooting, including a 5-of-18 performance on 3-pointers after it went 9 of 15 in its first-round win against East Carolina. The Raiders shot... <Read More>

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Campbell's free throws in final seconds lift Ohio past Cleveland State

Freshman scores 11 of game-high 21 points down the stretch


ATHENS – Antonio Campbell made the most of having one more chance to play during his freshman season, scoring 11 of his team’s final 13 points, including the go-ahead free throws with less than five seconds left to lead Ohio to a 64-62 victory against Cleveland State in the first round of the CollegeInsider.com Tournament on Wednesday night at The Convo.

While the tournament extended the careers of Ohio’s seniors, it was the underclassmen who led the Bobcats (24-11) against the Vikings. Campbell scored 21 points to top his previous career-high by eight points, and junior Stevie Taylor and sophomore Treg Setty finished with 13 points apiece.

Bryn Forbes paced Cleveland State with 20 points and scored the game-tying free throws with 32... <Read More>





Bobcats accept bid to play in CIT

Ohio hosts Cleveland State in 1st round


ATHENS – Ohio accepted a bid to play in the CollegeInside.com Tournament and will host Cleveland State in the first round at 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Convo.

The CIT features 32 mid-major teams not selected to either the NCAA Tournament or the National Invitation Tournament. After losing to Akron in the Mid-American Conference tournament quarterfinals, the Bobcats (23-11) reportedly were considered for the NIT but ultimately left out.

"Our men's basketball program is excited to participate in a school-record fifth-straight post-season tournament," Ohio University director of athletics Jim Schaus said. "The CIT will provide our student-athletes with the opportunity to compete for a championship while gaining valuable experience in post-season... <Read More>








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