Bobcat Baseball Weekend Recap v. Toledo

Series Record: 1-2 Conference Record: 12-9 Overall Record: 27-17 How it happened: Game 1: Friday, May 1st — Toledo 11 Ohio 2 Ohio was able to scrap across an early run to take a 1-0 advantage in the second inning off Toledo starter Cameron Palmer. Cody Gaertner reached on an error to begin the inning…

Bobcats drop first game of doubleheader

Mitch Longo came into the first game of the doubleheader on a six-game hit streak, and when he stepped to the plate to lead off the ninth inning he was 0-3, obviously something had to give. Longo launched a single and seemed to be the spark the Bobcats needed for a potential two-run comeback.  However,…

Ohio drops series finale to WMU

Ohio Baseball fell to Western Michigan in the series finale Sunday at Bob Wren Stadium by a score of 4-0. In the series finale and tie breaker, Ohio couldn’t get any offense going as two long balls from Western Michigan and solid pitching led the Broncos to the series victory. For Ohio, sophomore Connor Sitz was on the…

Bobcats snap skid with 5-3 win over Western Michigan

With a 1-2 count against the leadoff batter for the eighth inning, Jake Roehn looked for the sign and put all the force he had left into his pitch. He whizzed his 110th pitch of the game by Jared Kujawa and added a fourth strikeout to his total. He would throw 11 more pitches in the inning to work out…

Ohio swept by Chippewas

After being outscored 16-5 in the first two games of a three game series with Central Michigan, Ohio met with the Chippewas for the final matchup between the two teams on Sunday in Athens. After opening to an early lead, Central Michigan held on to finish the sweep of the Bobcats with a 4-2 victory…

Bobcats are swept in weekend series with St. Bonaventure

After giving up 24 runs in the first game of the doubleheader with 7 errors, the Ohio Bobcats (4-12) had to focus on one thing entering the second game: get back to basics. “You just have to continue to work on your skills,” coach Rob Smith said. “Some of the errors today, obviously, were very routine.…