Late goals propel Bobcats to overtime win

They kept attacking, and attacking and attacking. And after pounding the net all day with a fury of shots, they were finally rewarded. Despite a 33-3 shot advantage, including a 15-2 shots on goal advantage, Ohio (3-5) trailed for a majority of the game after Towson University (1-9) got a goal in the 20th minute…

Bobcats fall just short of Northwestern

The Ohio Bobcat field hockey team (2-4) was unable to overcome a stingy defensive effort from No. 12 Northwestern despite a great effort, falling 1-0. The Wildcats (7-1) were able to produce 12 shots, with six of them targeting the net. Ohio senior Brittany Walker stole the show with five saves, but was unable to hold…

Bobcats Shut Out Cal

Defense is the name of the game. After allowing six goals in their last game against Louisville, Ohio (2-3) defeated the California Golden Bears (3-3) 1-0, the first shutout of the year for the Bobcats. The Bobcats were on the attack early in the first half, with three shots (two on goal) and two penalty…

Field Hockey splits weekend contests

The Ohio University field hockey team (1-3) played in Louisville this past weekend in two contests, taking a victory over the William & Mary Tribe and a loss to the host Louisville Cardinals. In their first game, the Bobcats were able to earn a 2-1 victory over William & Mary off of a goal each…

RedHawks oust Bobcats to reach MAC Tournament Final

Bea Dechant’s goal in the 77th minute gave the Miami RedHawks a 3-2 overtime win over the Ohio Bobcats in a pulsating match at the MAC Tournament in Oxford. Emily Gruesser, the hero for the RedHawks last Saturday in their 3-1 demolition of the Bobcats in Oxford, gave her side the lead. Adele Sammons and…

Jue, Bobcats Down #15 Demon Deacons

October 4th By Bez Saciri In a back and forth contest, junior forward Jessica Jue had the last laugh, netting a goal in double overtime to defeat the #15 Wake Forest Demon Deacons 3-2 in Winston-Salem, N.C.. Even though the Bobcats went up 2-0 early courtesy of goals from Ashley Cureton and Jue, Wake Forest…

No. 10 Wildcats Claw Past Bobcats

Carolin Troncelliti’s goal with 11 minutes left in regulation gave the No. 10 Northwestern Wildcats an impressive road win over the Ohio Bobcats, 2-1. With the score tied at one, Kaylee Pohlmeyer galloped down the right side of the field with the ball and sent a pass that deflected on to the stick of Troncelliti.…