OSU Women’s B-Ball: “She-Bron” Is Taking Her Talents to Columbus
The Ohio State women’s basketball team is hoping the fifth-ranked overall prospect and number-one ranked guard in the 2019 class according to espnW Super 60, Kierstan Bell, will help the Buckeyes achieve a number one final ranking in the near future.
Reportedly, Kierstan Bell has earned the nickname “She-Bron.”
Kierstan Bell, a 6-1 guard at McKinley High School in Ohio, is a five-star talent who appears to be a game-changer for OSU recruiting. For a program that does so well in the regular season and then consistently falls in the spring (‘Groundhog Day’ meets college basketball), Ms. Bell could be the catalyst who propels the Buckeyes to return to the Final Four for the first time since the early ‘90s.
While still a couple months from the start of the 2018-2019 season, the Buckeye coaches are putting in the necessary work now to win in March.
— 🌹 (@Dotmug_330) August 25, 2018
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Clippers: How Long Will This Streak L-L-L-Last?
The Columbus Clippers extended its losing streak to four games after a 3-2 loss to the Toledo Mud Hens yesterday. The average margin of defeat during these four games has been just two runs.
Even with this recent slide, the Clippers are only one game behind the International League West-leading Indianapolis Indians after playing 132 games in 2018.
Columbus will have the opportunity to change its fortune tonight in Toledo followed by seven games at Huntington Park to finish the regular season before potentially making a post-season push for another league title.
The Columbus Clippers (69-63) play the Toledo Mud Hens (68-63) tonight in northern Ohio at 6:35 p.m.
— Columbus Clippers (@CLBClippers) August 27, 2018