Defeat against a positive opponent? Tick
The State of Ohio did not beat the 25 best or the team in the first six of the top ten – until Tuesday.
In the remaining weeks in the regular season, Buckeyes adorned their NCAA tournament with a victory of 90-70 against 22nd Iowa in the Schottenstein Center for the second half of the outbreak of the freshman Justin Ahrens. Their overall record is improving to 1
Arens, starting his second consecutive match, provided a sparkly result from 25 of the 29 points that came out in the second half. His nine points against Maryland on Saturday were his previous card high. Ahrens hit 6 out of 10 3-pointers and all nine of his free-throw attempts, and had nine points during Ohio's 12-2 run in the second half that increased his lead to 18 points from 8:41 staying .
|28-58 (48.3%)||FGM-FGA (PCT)||26-55 (47.3%)|
|12-32 (37.5%)||3 PM-3PA (PCT.) 6-19 (31.6%)|
|22-24 (91.7%)||FTM-FTA (PCT.) ||12-14 (85.7%)|
Although in the first half Kaleb Wesson was limited due to problems with early failure, he added 18 points, grabbed 11 assists and received three thefts.
Keyshawn Woods had 13 points, and Andre Wesson scored 11 points, as well as scored rewards and accumulated three transfers.
With the victory of Ohio, "Bakis" shared a series of regular seasons with "Hockey". They lost in Iowa, 72-62, January 12th in Iowa City, Iowa.
Next: Ohio returns to West Lafayette, Indiana, to take Purd at 14:00. Saturday. On January 23, in the center of Schotentensen, "Buccanez" defeated "Buccaez" (79-67). The game will be broadcast on ESPN.
Notes on the game
- Chris Holtmann raised a technical foul during a timeout of 6:48 remaining in the first half. He called the referee to talk with him, had a lively discussion, and then was impressed with technical.
- C.J. Jackson, Ohio's starting trunk, missed his team's game against Maryland with a shoulder injury and did not start on Tuesday. But he was the first substitute for the bench and entered the game in three minutes.
- Freshman Justin Arens has earned his second start of the career. He had nine points in 27 minutes in his first start for Buckeyes vs. Maryland.
- The Ohio Men's Tennis Team received a reward during the first half-year's timeout for winning the 2019 ITA national football championship.