The Ohio soccer team looks to continue its hot start this weekend when they host Robert Morris on Friday, Sept. 13. First touch is set for 4 p.m. at Chessa Field. The Bobcats return to action on Sunday, Sept. 15 when the Bobcats head to Columbus, Ohio to take on Ohio State. First touch is set for 6 p.m. at Bert L. & Iris S. Wolstein Field at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. The game can be seen on BTN+.
The Ohio soccer team (5-0-0) continued their unbeaten streak on Sunday (Sept. 8), defeating Southern Illinois (3-3-1), 7-0, in an offensive explosion inside Chessa Field. Ohio’s seven goals are the second-most in program history and the most scored in Athens since Oct. 12, 2000 when Ohio scored seven against Northern Illinois.
The undefeated Ohio soccer team (4-0-0) returns to action on Sunday, Sept. 8 when they host Southern Illinois (3-2-0). First touch is set for 1p.m. at Chessa Field. The first 50 fans to make it to the game will receive a free Ohio Bobcats water bottle.
Thanks to a goal from senior Alivia Milesky with 38 seconds remaining in the second overtime period, the Ohio soccer team (3-0-0) defeated Cleveland State (1-1-1), 2-1, Friday evening at Chessa Field. The victory moved the Bobcats to 3-0 on the season.
The Ohio soccer team looks to continue its strong start this weekend when they take on Cleveland State on Friday, Aug. 30. First touch is set for 4 p.m. at Chessa Field. Ohio returns to action on Sunday, Sept. 1 against Marshall. Game time is set for 1 p.m. at Hoops Family Field. All fans who attend Friday’s match will receive half priced tickets to Ohio Football’s season opener on Saturday, Aug. 31 at 2 p.m. against Rhode Island.
A goal by senior Alivia Milesky midway through the second half was all the Ohio soccer team (2-0-0) would need as they defeated Northern Kentucky (1-1-0), 1-0, Sunday evening (Aug. 25) inside the NKU Soccer Stadium.
The Ohio soccer team (1-0) went to overtime and took down Eastern Kentucky (0-1), 2-1, on Thursday afternoon at Chessa Field. Sophomore forward Abby Townsend (Powell, Ohio) scored the match winner in the 95thminute.
The Ohio soccer team opens the 2019 regular season with two games this weekend. The Bobcats open the season at home on Thursday, Aug. 22 against Eastern Kentucky. First touch is set for 4 p.m. at Chessa Field. Ohio will continue play on Sunday, Aug. 25 when the Bobcats head to Highland Heights, Ky. to take on Northern Kentucky. First touch is set for 7 p.m. at the NKU Soccer Stadium.
The Ohio soccer team saw the pitch for the first time in 2019, defeating Youngstown State, 6-1, Friday evening (Aug. 16) in an exhibition match at Farmers National Bank Field in Youngstown, Ohio. The Bobcats were led by freshman Maddie Young who scored three goals for Ohio.
The Ohio soccer team will participate in its annual exhibition game on Friday, Aug. 16 when the Bobcats head to Youngstown, Ohio to take on Youngstown State. First touch is set for 7 p.m. at Farmers National Bank Field. There will not be live stats or a stream of the exhibition game, so stay tuned to Ohiobobcats.com for a postgame recap.
The Ohio women’s soccer program has added two new student-athletes to the roster for the 2019 season, head coach Aaron Rodgers announced today (Aug. 5). The two transfers, defender Kelsey Adams and midfielder Konstantina Giannou, will join the Bobcats this fall.
The Ohio women’s soccer team has released its 2019 fall schedule, seventh-year head coach Aaron Rodgers announced today (June 26). The schedule sees nine home games, including four non-conference matchups and five Mid-American Conference pairings. The Bobcats will also face defending Big East Champion, Georgetown, who finished the 2018 season in the Women’s College Cup Semifinals.
The Ohio Soccer team has added eight members to the 2019-20 roster, head coach Aaron Rodgers announced today (April 23). Olivia Darrow, Reese Dorsey, Heather McGuire, Ellie Ferguson, Jenna Kralik, Olivia Page, Tristan Whalen and Maddie Young will all dawn the Green and White next fall.
Three members of the Ohio soccer team were named to the All-Ohio Teams, while two were named Academic All-Ohio, the Ohio Collegiate Soccer Association announced. Alivia Milesky was named First Team All-Ohio and Mandy Arnzen and Maria Collica were named Second Team All-Ohio, while Milesky and Rianna Reese were named Second Team Academic All-Ohio.
A league-tying 12 members of the Ohio women’s soccer team were named to the 2018 Academic All-MAC Team, the Mid-American Conference announced today (Dec. 4). This year’s honorees include: Mandy Arnzen, Victoria Breeden Courtney Daugerdas, Sarina Dirrig, Bryce Hueber, Madelyn Kah, Paige Knorr, Sydney Leckie, Sydney Malham, Alivia Milesky, Rianna Reese and Jenni Santacaterina.
Despite a push late in the second half, the fourth-seeded Ohio soccer team (9-8-3) would be unable to overcome a second half goal, falling to top-seeded Bowling Green (14-4-2), 1-0, Friday evening (Nov. 2) in the Mid-American Conference Semifinals.
The fourth-seeded Ohio soccer team (9-7-3) continues play at the 2018 Mid-American Conference on Friday, Nov. 2 when the Bobcats take on top-seeded Bowling Green (13-4-2). First touch is set for 7 p.m. in Bowling Green. With a victory, the Bobcats will advance to the finals, taking on either #2 Ball State or #3 Western Michigan on Sunday, Nov. 4.
Five members of the Ohio women’s soccer team have earned Mid-American Conference postseason honors, the league announced today (Nov. 1). Alivia Milesky, Maria Collica and Mandy Arnzen were named to the All-MAC Second Team, while Abby Townsend and Olivia Sensky were named to the All-Freshman Team.
Thanks to a late goal by Sydney Leckie, the fourth-seeded Ohio women's soccer team (9-7-3) advanced to the Mid-American Conference Semifinals for the first time since 2004, defeating No. 5 Kent State (10-8-2), 2-1, Sunday (Oct. 28) afternoon at Chessa Field.
The fourth-seeded Ohio soccer team (8-7-3) opens play at the 2018 Mid-American Conference Tournament on Sunday, Oct. 28 when the Bobcats host fifth-seeded Kent State (10-7-2) at 1 p.m. at Chessa Field.
Athens, Ohio – The Ohio soccer team (8-7-3, 6-3-2 MAC) fell to Mid-American Conference foe Kent State (10-7-2, 6-4-1), 1-0, Thursday afternoon (Oct. 25) inside Chessa Field. With the results of today’s game, the Bobcats secured the number four seed in this year’s MAC Tournament and will host a home game on Sunday, Oct. 28 at 1 p.m. against the fifth-seeded Kent State.
The Ohio soccer team (8-6-3, 6-2-2 MAC), concludes the regular season on Thursday, Oct. 25 when Ohio hosts Mid-American Conference for Kent State (9-7-2, 5-4-1 MAC). First touch is set for 3 p.m. at Chessa Field. The Bobcats will then return to action on Sunday, Oct. 28 when the Bobcats host the MAC Tournament quarterfinals. First touch is set for 1 p.m. against an opponent who will be determined following games on Thursday.
The Ohio women's soccer team (8-6-3, 6-2-2) continued their strong play against Mid-American Conference foe Western Michigan (12-6-0, 6-4-0) on Sunday afternoon (Oct. 21) at Chessa Field. The Bobcats would come out of the game with the 2-0 victory, securing their second shutout of the weekend. The win officially clinches a top-four seed and a quarterfinal home match on Sunday, Oct. 28 in the 2018 MAC Tournament.