The Ohio Regional Campus Athletic Conference (ORCC) has selected eight area students from Ohio University Lancaster to the All-Conference Team.
The first day of classes at Ohio University Lancaster was filled with food and information. Several student organizations had information tables in the North Lobby of Brasee Hall.
The Ohio University Lancaster Athletic Department was awarded the 2014-2015 Ohio Regional Campus Conference All Sports Award. The All Sports award is given to to the school that accumulates the most points competing in the eight conference sports.
In the summer, many students take time off to rest and relax. However, students on Ohio University Lancaster’s athletic teams are spending the summer in the gym practicing for next season.
The Ohio University Lancaster baseball team completed conference play on Sunday with a 12-0 conference record and won it's fourth straight Ohio Regional Campus Conference East Division title.
Three Ohio University Lancaster athletes are celebrating special achievements in their individual sports that all happened on the very same day. Saturday, April 11 was a big day for OUL athletics.
The Ohio University Lancaster Women’s Basketball team won their second consecutive state title on Sunday. The women defeated Ohio State University Newark by a score of 72 to 60 to become state champions.
The Ohio University Lancaster Men’s and Women’s basketball are headed to the final four. Both teams earned their spots in the Ohio Regional Campus State Tournament Final Four by playing extremely well last weekend.
The Ohio University Lancaster Women’s Basketball team clinched their fifth straight Ohio Regional Campus Conference East Division title Saturday afternoon after defeating OSU Mansfield 63-43.
The Ohio University Lancaster’s men’s basketball team clinched their second straight Ohio Regional Campus Conference East Division title after defeating Ohio University Eastern 94-70 last Saturday.
The Ohio University Lancaster Men’s and Women’s basketball teams are defending their titles this season, and it’s something both teams are taking very seriously.
Congratulations to the Ohio University Lancaster Women’s Tennis Team and the Ohio University Lancaster Volleyball Team.
Lancaster High School Principal and Talk Show Host Jack Greathouse believes the athletic program at Ohio University Lancaster is one of the community’s best kept secrets.
The Ohio University Lancaster baseball team has won its third straight Ohio Regional Campus Conference East Division title.
The Ohio University Lancaster women’s basketball team is celebrating its first state championship in nine years. The OUL Lady Cougars won two games over the weekend at the state tournament in Chillicothe to claim the title.
For Ohio University women’s basketball team player Kristy Swinehart, the Ohio Regional Campus Conference Tournament win this past weekend against Ohio University Chillicothe was a mix of emotions.
Ohio University Lancaster is tops in basketball twice over. Both the women's and men's basketball teams won their ORCC East Division championships.
Athletic Director Jeff Whitehead is marking his 30th year coaching basketball at OUL. Whitehead is currently coaching the women’s team on campus. But, over the three decades, he has done a little bit of everything.
20-year-old Kelsey Taylor is spending her first semester at Ohio University Lancaster like most other students, going to class, studying and taking tests. But, the biggest test of Taylor’s life is still ahead.
The annual Bobcat Caravan makes its fifth stop of 2013 in Lancaster this coming Wednesday, May 15, at the Ohio University Lancaster campus.
One of the newest members of the Ohio University Lancaster Golf team is bringing something to the green that many of his teammates don't have much of yet -- life experience.
The Ohio University Lancaster Campus women’s basketball team is a first place team in the Ohio Regional Campus Conference East Division for the third year in a row.
Ohio University Lancaster Junior basketball player Austin Cox has the moves, ball-handling skills and shooting ability to play basketball with the best of them.
Both the Ohio University Lancaster men’s and women’s basketball teams won their games Tuesday evening during the first-ever “Rivalry Night” on campus.