OHIO BOBCATS A Storied Season

  • First 30 win season in Ohio history (men or women)
  • Four 20 win seasons in the last five years
  • Back-to-Back MAC Conference Champions (2015, 2016)
  • MAC East Champions (2015, 2016, 2019)
  • MAC Tournament Champions (2015)
  • NCAA Tournament Appearance (2015)
  • WNIT Tournament Appearance's (2016, 2017, 2019)
  • WNIT "Round of Eight" Appearance (2019)
  • Best season in school history 30-6 (2019)
  • Highest RPI in school history #34 (2019)
  • Top 10 nationally in 3pt's made per game four out of last five seasons
  • Wins over Power 5 programs (Indiana, Illinois, Purdue, Virginia Tech) last five seasons

Head Coach Bob Boldon

  • 2015 Mid-American Conference (MAC) Coach of the Year
  • Four of the six 20 win seasons in school history
  • Program record for wins (30) in a season (2019)
  • Four of the six post-season appearances in school history
  • Mentored the program's 2nd and 3rd all-time leading scorers Quiera Lampkins [2013-17] 1,803 points Kiyanna Black [2012-16] 1,774 points
  • MAC Tournament MVP - Kiyanna Black (2015)
  • MAC Defensive Player of the Year - Quiera Lampkins (2016) Cierra Hooks (2019)
  • MAC Freshman of the Year - Cierra Hooks (2018) Erica Johnson (2019)
  • Four 1,000 Point scorers (Quiera Lampkins, Kiyanna Black, Amani Burke, Cierra Hooks)
  • In Ohio's 70-66 win over Miami, head coach Bob Boldon became the winningest coach in program history
  • Boldon is 130-63 as a head coach at Ohio. Boldon's overall winning percentage of 67% is the highest of any head coach in program history
  • Over the last five season's Boldon's teams have won 74% of their games in the MAC (67-23)
  • The Bobcats have also found success in the Convocation Center going (65-14) winning 81% of their games in Athens
Ohio went 12-0 in the non-conference portion of their schedule this season for the first time ever (men or women) in program history.
  • Cece Hooks became the second Bobcat to win MAC Defensive Player of the Year, joining Quiera Lampkins in 2016
  • Hooks is third all-time in steals at Ohio with 210. Quiera Lampkins (2013-2017) is the Ohio leader with 229
  • Hooks holds the all-time mark - set this season - with 110 which ranks 6th in the nation
  • Erica Johnson won the MAC Sixth Player of the Year award becoming the second Bobcat to take home that honor since Simone Redd won it in 2005.
  • The Mansfield, Ohio native has posted four double-doubles this season, including a career-high 26 point and a career high 16 rebounds off the bench in Ohio's win at Northern Illinois.
  • Erica Johnson gave Ohio its second-straight MAC Freshman of the Year award and she is now the fourth Bobcat to win it. Hooks won the award in 2018, Rachel Frederick in 2006 and Caroline Mast in 1983.
Cece Hooks was named first-team All-MAC, while Erica Johnson and Amani Burke were named third team All-MAC. Hooks was also named to the All-MAC tournament team.
  • Set school & MAC record for three-pointers made in a single season with 341 (2018-19).
  • Set school & MAC record (2013-14) for 3’s made in a single game (19), four shy of the NCAA record.
Amani Burke (2016-Present)
  • 11-of-15 from the three point line, setting Ohio's single game record for threes made. Burke's 11 threes also tied the MAC record.
  • Led the MAC in three-point percentage at 40.3. Finished No. 34 in the country.
Dominique Doseck (2015-2019)
  • Dominique Doseck has knocked down 196 three pointers in her career, good for fourth all-time in Ohio program history. Kiyanna Black is the all-time leader with 318.
  • Doseck's 82 threes made this season is fourth all-time in a single season.
  • No. 50 in the nation at 30.0 three-point percentage.
Kiyanna Black (2012-2016)
  • 1st in nation in three-point field goals made per game with 3.82 (2015-16).
  • 2nd nationally in threes made in a single season with 126 (2015-16).
  • All-time single season (126) and career (318) 3pt leader in Ohio program history.
  • Held the previous single game record with 10 made threes.
2015 Mid-American Conference Tournament Champions & NCAA Tournament Qualifier

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