Reeling after two last-second losses in their last three games, the Bobcats needed a pick-me-up.
In terms of raw numbers — the whole binary of wins and losses — the Bobcats’ have not enjoyed the kind of start to Mid-American Conference play that they anticipated.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Coming off a disappointing home loss in the closing seconds to Central Michigan on Wednesday, the Ohio women’s basketball team bounced back with a huge road victory.
Ohio University coach Jeff Boals pondered different scenarios and statistics that ultimately didn’t go in the Bobcats’ favor on Saturday, but the first-year coach always came back to defense.
Jordan Dartis, now in his fifth-season of college basketball, still finds ways to get open despite being a red-letter notice on every opponent’s scouting report.
Jordan Dartis tied a season-high with eight made 3-pointers, and finished with a game-high 26 points, as Ohio held off Eastern Michigan, 74-68, inside the Convocation Center on Tuesday night.
BOISE, Idaho — If there’s one thing Frank Solich has learned in his 15 years at Ohio University, it’s that there’s no shame in taking time to enjoy the moment.
If you’re into comparing resumes — and let’s face it that’s about 25 percent of college basketball analysis — it’s hard to look at the Bobcats and get the feeling that Ohio is about to break through during the Mid-American Conference season.