No. 21/25 Ohio State vs. Bowling Green
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2021
Venues: Value City Arena at the Schottenstein Center (Columbus, Ohio)
Game: vs. Bowling Green (7 p.m.) | Live Stats | B1G+
Rosters: Ohio State | Bowling Green
Game Notes: Ohio State
COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio State women’s basketball team continues its season-opening home stand on Wednesday inside Value City Arena at 7 p.m. as the Buckeyes face Bowling Green. The game will be broadcast live on B1G+ and AM 1460 and will serve as usher/red coat appreciation night.
Tickets for the 2021-22 season in Value City Arena in the Schottenstein Center are now available. Fans can purchase season tickets and mini plans, single-game tickets and group tickets. All group tickets must be bought in advance by calling 1-800-GO-BUCKS and then selecting option two. Fans with ticketing questions should call the Ohio State Ticket Office at 1-800-GO-BUCKS or email email@example.com.
- Ohio State was selected 21st in the Associated Press poll released on Monday.
- The Buckeyes were picked fifth in the Big Ten preseason poll on both the coach and media rankings.
- Ohio State earned an 86-48 victory against Norfolk State on Sunday, shooting better than 45.0 percent from the floor in each quarter and dominating the boards, 47-30.
- Rebeka Mikulášiková led a trio of Buckeyes in double figures by matching her career-high 19 points. Taylor Mikesell and Jacy Sheldon scored 12 and 10 points, respectively.
- Bowling Green comes to Columbus with a 1-1 record to open the season after winning its season opener against East Tennessee State, 90-58, and dropping a game on Sunday to IUPUI, 71-60.
- Bowling Green has four players averaging double figures through the first two games – Zoe Miller (14.0), Kadie Hempfling (12.5), Nyla Hampton (11.0) and Amy Velasco (10.5).
- Last season, the Falcons won the Mid-American Conference regular-season title with a 14-4 conference record and reached the MAC Tournament Championship game. BGSU also made a WNIT postseason appearance.
- This is the first meeting since 2013 for Ohio State and Bowling Green. The Falcons won the game in 2013, but the Buckeyes lead the all-time series 23-3 and have the 8-1 advantage when playing in Columbus.