As we turn the page to December, the Convocation Center is set to play host to three basketball games this week, with two men's basketball games and one women's basketball game on the docket. Meanwhile, the swimming & diving teams are back on the road while the women's indoor track & field team opens to the 2019-20 season at Marshall on Friday (Dec. 6).
The Thanksgiving holiday is upon us. However, a few Ohio Athletics teams will be in action this week, including the football team, which wraps up its regular season at Akron on Tuesday (Nov. 26) at 6 p.m. ET. The men's basketball team returns to Athens for the first time in two weeks on Saturday (Nov. 30) while the women's basketball and wrestling teams will be competing on the road.
Ohio Athletics is back in action this week as the football team heads to Bowling Green on Tuesday (Nov. 19) for a matchup with the Falcons at 7:30 p.m. ET on ESPNU. The men's basketball team heads south to Conway, S.C. for the 2019 Myrtle Beach Invitational, and the volleyball team is set for the 2019 Mid-American Conference Championship hosted by Bowling Green Nov. 21-24. The women's basketball team returns to Athens after their big win over Ohio State on Saturday (Nov. 23) to take on Incarnate Word at 1 p.m. ET inside the Convocation Center, while the wrestling team and swimming & diving team are also back in action this week.
It's senior day for the Ohio football team on Tuesday (Nov. 12) when the Bobcats host Mid-American Conference West Division foe Western Michigan at 6:30 p.m. ET in the final home game at Peden Stadium in 2019. The men's basketball team is back in action for two road games, while the women's basketball team hosts Marshall on Wednesday (Nov. 13). The volleyball team concludes the regular season at home on Friday (Nov. 15) and Saturday when they host Buffalo and Akron, respectively. Both the men's and women's cross country teams will compete in the 2019 NCAA Great Lakes Regional Championship on Friday in Madison, Wis.
After a successful 6-1 weekend, Ohio athletics is back in action this week as the soccer and field hockey teams start to wrap up their regular seasons, while the volleyball team continues Mid-American Conference play and the football team gets ready for a tilt with Ball State in its last Saturday game of the season.
In graduation data released by the NCAA today, Ohio University student-athletes have a four-class average (2009-13) of 89 percent in the Graduation Success Rate (GSR), and, in the 2012-13 cohort, have a Federal Graduation Rate (FGR) of 76 percent – the highest marks the University's athletics department has ever achieved. Ohio's GSR surpasses the four-class average of 88 percent set between 2008-12 while the FGR surpasses the 75 percent set in the 2010-11 cohort.
Ohio Athletics is back in action for a busy weekend of events in Athens. Fans will have seven chances to see the Bobcats at home this coming weekend, including the football team hosting a Mid-American Conference East Division showdown against Kent State, two soccer matches, two fields hockey matches and two volleyball matches.
It's Homecoming Week in Athens, and Ohio Athletics has a number of events that you can attend while in town this weekend, including the football team (2-3, 1-0 MAC) returning to Peden Stadium to take on Mid-American Conference West Division foe Northern Illinois (1-4, 0-1 MAC) on Saturday (Oct. 12) at 3:30 p.m. ET at Peden Stadium.
The Ohio Department of Intercollegiate Athletics has announced the 2019 class of the Kermit Blosser Ohio Athletics Hall of Fame. The class of 2019 includes the late Larry Hunter (Men’s Basketball; 1971, ’73), who is receiving the Lifetime Achievement Award, Ryan Kyes (Baseball; 2001), Tyler Tettleton (Football; 2014) and Julia Winkfield (Volleyball; 2006).
Ohio Athletics opens up the month of October with an action-packed weekend. The soccer team returns to Athens for the first time in three weeks while the field hockey team is set to host two matches at Pruitt Field this weekend, including a Sunday (Oct. 6) contest against Ohio State. The football team is also back in action following a bye week, opening up Mid-American Conference play on the road with an East Division matchup against Buffalo in Amherst, N.Y.
A number of Ohio Athletics teams are back in action this weekend as several open Mid-American Conference play. While soccer, field hockey, cross country and men's and women's golf are all on the road, volleyball returns to the Convocation Center.
It's Parent's Weekend at Ohio University and the Ohio football team is back in Athens on Saturday (Sept. 21) when they take on Louisiana at 2 p.m. ET at Peden Stadium. The soccer, field hockey, volleyball and women's golf teams are also back in action on the road this weekend.
The Largemouth Brass Band is set to perform a free pregame concert beginning at 11:45 a.m. ET in the Bobcat Nation Pavilion outside Peden Stadium on Saturday (Aug. 31). The performance will be part of the pregame celebration leading up to the Ohio football team’s 2019 season opener against Rhode Island. Kickoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET.
Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis will officially introduce Julie Cromer as the university's next Director of Athletics on Friday (Aug. 16) in a 10 a.m. ET press conference at the Perry & Sandy Sook Academic Center, located on the north side of Peden Stadium on the Ohio University campus in Athens.
Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis officially introduced Julie Cromer as the university's next Director of Athletics on Friday (Aug. 16) in a press conference at the Perry & Sandy Sook Academic Center.
After officially being introduced as the next Director of Athletics by Ohio University President M. Duane Nellis, Julie Cromer sat down with 'Voice of the Bobcats' Russ Eisenstein for her first interview as the leader of Ohio Athletics.