Shooting a season-best 52.9 percent (27 of 51) from the field, Ohio matched its season high for points while raising its season record to 6-3. The hosts also . . .
Junior forward Antonio Campbell recorded his second-straight double-double and fourth of the season, finishing with 18 points and a game-high 11 rebounds in 21 minutes. He shot 5-of-9 from the field -- including 2-of-3 from beyond the arc -- and went a perfect 6-for-6 from the free throw line.
Freshman guard Jordan Dartis totaled 15 points in 35 minutes off of a 3-for-6 shooting effort. He also sank all eight of his attempts from the charity stripe. Dartis added two assists and two rebounds. Rounding out the double-figures scorers, redshirt sophomore guard Jaaron Simmons posted his second career double-double with 10 points and a game-high 10 assists in 30 minutes of action.
Senior forward Trent Weaver and freshman forward Michael Simon each tallied 18 points to lead Ohio Dominican in scoring. Weaver went 5-of-11 from the field and 7-of-10 from the free throw line. He hauled in a team-high six rebounds in 33 minutes. Simon shot 6-of-9 -- including 4-of-7 from three -- in 15 minutes of work off of the bench.
Ohio Dominican jumped out to an early 13-11 lead with just under 14 minutes to play in the first half thanks to threes by Nelson, sophomore guard Adam Cytlak and Weaver.
Kaminski put the Bobcats in front for good seconds after Weaver's triple by knocking down his second trey of the contest. Ohio's lead swelled to a half-high 12 points at 40-28 with just over two minutes to go in the opening 20 minutes of play as Kaminski sank another three.
The Panthers cut Ohio's lead down to eight points at the break, though, closing the half out by scoring four unanswered points thanks to two free throws by Weaver and a last-second layup by freshman forward Ben Casanova.
A three by Nelson with 17:45 to play in the second half made it a seven-point game at 44-37, but that's as close as the Bobcats let Ohio Dominican get. A layup by Setty with just over 17 minutes remaining put Ohio up by 11 at 49-38, and the Bobcats never led by less than double digits the rest of the way.
(Courtesy of Ohio Athletics)