The Ohio Bobcats fell last night for the fourth time in their last five tries at UMass, 85-76. The Bobcats jumped out to a fast start, leading by as many as 12 in the early minutes of the ballgame. However, the Minutemen stormed back behind a 23-1 run to take a lead they would not give up. Ohio tied the game in the second half at 53, but it was all UMass from that point on. The Cats were led by D.J. Cooper with 23 points and 10 assists as well as Walter Offutt with 18 points. Ohio will now host Maryland-Eastern Shore on Saturday at 2. The game can be heard on Power 105 with pre game at 1:30 and tip off at 2.
The Ohio Lady Bobcats fell to Manhattan last night, 58-49. Symone Lyles led Ohio with 11 points and Kiyanna Black chipped in with 10 points. The Lady Bobcats fall to 4-6 on the season and will visit LIU Brooklyn on Friday at 1.
In NCAA basketball’s Top 25 last night, #1 Duke blasted Cornell, 88-47. #5 Louisville handled Florida International, 79-55. #6 Indiana dominated Mount St. Mary’s, 93-54. #8 Florida blew past Southeastern Louisiana, 82-43. #11 Cincinnati won the cross-town shootout, 60-45 over Xavier. #14 Gonzaga topped Campbell, 74-52. #16 New Mexico ousted New Mexico State, 68-63. #17 Creighton defeated Tulsa, 71-54. #22 Notre Dame toppled Kennesaw State, 85-57. Texas upset #23 North Carolina, 85-67. #24 Oklahoma State ousted Texas Arlington, 69-44 and #21 UNLV bested Northern Iowa, 73-59.
The Cleveland Cavaliers fell to the Boston Celtics last night, 103-91. The Cavaliers trailed by eight at the half and trailed the majority of the night. The Celtics shot 60% from the field and 53% from behind the arc. Cleveland was led by Kyrie Irving with 22 points and Tyler Zeller with 20. The Cavs will now host Indiana on Friday night at 7:30.
Elsewhere in the NBA, Memphis bested Milwaukee, 90-80. Phoenix handled Charlotte, 121-104. Houston dominated Philadelphia, 125-103. Oklahoma City ousted Atlanta, 100-92. Indiana blew past Utah, 104-84. Orlando clipped Washington, 90-83. New York handled Brooklyn, 100-86. Toronto edged Detroit, 97-91 and Sacramento outlasted Golden State, 131-127.
The Cincinnati Reds are reportedly looking at veteran pitcher Freddy Garcia. The Twins and Rockies are also interested in the 36-year old pitcher. Garcia was 7-6 with a 5.20 ERA last season for the New York Yankees.
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