ATHENS, Ohio -- The Ohio women's basketball team continues the early part of their schedule on Thursday, Nov. 16 when the Bobcats take on Notre Dame College. Top-off is set for 11 a.m. inside the Convocation Center and the game will serve as Ohio's annual Education Day. The game can be seen on ESPN3 where Marty Bannister and Toni Roesch will have the call. If you can't catch it there, Gabe Genovesi will have you covered on WOUB-AM 1340.
ALL TIME AGAINST NOTRE DAME COLLEGE
- The Bobcats are 1-0 all time against Notre Dame College.
- The last time Ohio saw the Falcons was on Dec. 14, 2013 where the Bobcats come away with the 72-55 victory in Athens.
- The have opened the season 1-0 for the second-straight year after defeating High Point, 64-61 on Nov. 12.
- Currently leading the team early on is Amani Burke who is averaging 18.0 points per game and 4.0 rebounds a game. Burke is also shooting .412 from the field while playing an average of 35 minutes a game.
- Gabby Burris is averaging 14.0 points off the bench, while snagging seven rebounds in 19.0 minutes.
- Dominique Doseck is also averaging double figures with 10.0 points per game while shooting .333 from the field and .375 from three-point range.
- Taylor Agler is leading the team in rebounds with 7.0 and assists with 5.0.
- Ohio as a team is averaging 64.0 points per game and are shooting .240 from the field and .206 from three-point range.
- Ohio is also averaging 36.0 rebounds per game, 15.0 assists and 16.0 steals per contest.
- In last Sunday's opener, four Bobcats made their first ever start as a Bobcat (Katie Barker, Amani Burke, Dominique Doseck and Kendall Jessing), while three others made their college debut (Burris, Cierra Hooks, Alexis Stover)
- Ohio returns one starter from last year's squad, in redshirt senior Taylor Agler.
- The Bobcats will return six bench players, including All-MAC Freshman Team member Amani Burke.
- Katie Barker, Dominique Doseck, Olivia Bower, Hannah Thome and Kendall Jessing will also return to the floor for Ohio.
- Meche'la Cobb, who redshirted last season for the Bobcats, is set to make her debut for the Bobcats this season.
- Ohio will welcome five freshmen to the squad, with Cierra Hooks, Erica Johnson, Alexis Stover, Kaylee Bambule and Gabby Burris set to take the floor in Athens for the first time.
THE LAST TIME WE SAW OHIO
- Ohio opened the season with a 64-61 victory over High Point on Nov. 12 in Athens.
- The game saw Amani Burke, Katie Barker, Dominique Doseck and Kendall Jessing make their first ever college start.
- The game also saw three freshman, Cierra Hooks, Gabby Burris and Alexis Stover make their collage debut.
- Burke led the team with 18 points, going 7-of-17 from the field and grabbing four rebounds.
- Burris, in her first game in a Bobcat uniform, scored 14 points and grabbed a team-leading seven rebounds off the bench. Burris was 6-of-9 from the field and 1-of-2 from three-point range.
- Doseck added 10 points, hitting three made three pointers and grabbing two rebounds, dishing out two assists and getting three steals.
- Taylor Agler scored nine points and led the team in assists with five.
- The Bobcat defense forced High Point to turn the ball over 30 times and scored 25 points off of those turnovers.
- Overall, the team shot .353 from the field and .206 from three-point range.
- For High Point, the Panthers were led by Camryn Brown and Emma Bockrath who both scored 17 points.
- Shae Morgan grabbed a team-high 14 rebounds.
- High Point shot .431 from the field and .500 from three-point range.
IN NOTRE DAME COLLEGE LAST GAME
- The Falcons are coming off of a 108-71 loss at the hands of Ashland on No. 14.
- Leading NDC was Seina Adachi who scored 19 points and dished out two assists and had two steals. She went 7-of-15 from the field and 4-of-7 from three-point range.
- Kim Cook added 16 points and led the team in rebounds with seven. She went 7-of-10 from the field and 2-of-4 from three-point range.
- Overall, NDC was 26-of-66 (.394) from the field, 10-of-27 (.370) from three-point range and 9-of-10 (.900) from the free throw line.
- They also grabbed 29 rebounds, dished out 21 assists and had three blocks and 13 steals.
- For Ashland, Jodi Johnson led with 31 points, going 12-of-13 from the field, 4-of-4 from three-point range and 3-of-5 from the free throw line. She also grabbed a team-leading 12 rebounds and had two assists, one block and two steals.
- Ashland was 41-of-77 (.532) from the field, 9-of-24 (.375) from three-point range and 17-of-20 (.850) from the free throw line.
- They also grabbed 51 rebounds, had 33 assists, five blocks and 13 steals.
SCOUTING NOTRE DAME COLLEGE
- Notre Dame College is currently 1-2 after the loss at the hands of Ashland on Tuesday.
- The Falcons are averaging 73.7 points per game, while allowing opponents to score 88.3 points per game.
- The Falcons are shooting .361 from the field and .296 from three-point range.
- The Falcons are averaging 33.7 rebounds per game, while opponents are averaging 47.7 per game.
- NCD is dishing out on average 14.7 assists per game and 14.7 steals per game.
- Leading the Falcons is Seina Adachi who is averaging 15.3 points a game and is shooting .283 from the field, .308 from three-point range and .889 from the free throw line.
- Kim Cook is averaging 14.3 points per game and 9.3 rebounds per contest. She is shooting .586 from the field and .364 from three-point range.
LAST TIME AGAINST NOTRE DAME COLLEGE
- The Bobcats last faced off with Notre Dame College on Dec. 14, 2013.
- Ohio came away with the 72-55 victory in Athens.
A FIRST FOR ALL
- On Nov. 12 against High Point, four Bobcats made their first ever start for Ohio.
- Amani Burke, Katie Barker, Dominique Doseck and Kendall Jessing joined Taylor Agler on the floor for the new-look starting five.
- In that same game, Cierra Hooks, Gabby Burris and Alexis Stover made their college debuts.
-Head coach Bob Boldon currently sits with 189 career victories.
- He needs 11 more for 200 career victories
- Boldon also had 85 victory at Ohio and needs 15 more for 100.
- He would be only the second head coach in program history to reach 100 wins at Ohio.
- Marsha Reall lead Ohio with 123 as the head coach.
The Bobcats will return to action on Wednesday, Nov. 22 for their first road game of the year when they travel to Huntington, W. Va. to take on Marshall. Tip-off is set for 5 p.m.