The Bowling Green swimming team‘s season will be underway soon, with practices and meets beginning in late September.
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NASCAR is the ugly stepchild of sports. Take a left turn. And another. And another.
College football. Ahh, college football.
After a winless 2013 season, the BG women’s soccer team was eager to start off its 2014 campaign with a positive result against the Morehead State Eagles on a sunny Friday evening at Cochrane Stadium.
The Falcon volleyball players faced off against some familiar faces as they played in the Orange versus White scrimmage this past weekend.
After what is a unique off-season comparable to the other fall sports, the men’s and women’s cross country enter this season with maturity and experience.
This year’s Falcon volleyball team will have to overcome its youth as it begins it 2014 campaign.
Bowling Green Women’s soccer kicks off its regular season play this week after a summer off. The team goes into the season after playing in two scrimmages against the University of Illinois at Chicago and Wright State, both of which ended in a draw.
The Bowling Green women’s tennis team now has a new coach after former coach Penny Dean retired from 24 years on the job. Olga Elkin was named to the position by Director of Athletics Chris Kingston this past Monday.
After a spring full of injuries and struggles, the Falcon soccer team is heading into the 2014 season healthy, in-shape and confident.
The Falcon football team finished the 2013 season with a Mid-American Conference championship victory and a Little Caesar’s Pizza bowl invite, but the offensive line did not feature similar success.
Despite the loss of safety Jerry “Boo Boo” Gates, the Falcons are not looking for a star to replace him. Rather, the 2014 edition of the BG secondary will look to grow as a unit.
For a football team, returning a key starting wide receiver from a year ago and then losing him to a season ending injury would bring worry. For any team other than the Bowling Green Falcons that is.
Last Friday night, USA Basketball held a scrimmage in Las Vegas. The 20 players on the current Team USA roster were split into two squads and matched up against each other. It was similar to an all-star game atmosphere. In a game where there is much fun to be had and basketball to be learned, the only outcome turned out to be a negative one.
Tiger Woods has been in and out of the sports news world for quite some time. Everyone probably remembers when he was on top of the world, especially in the PGA tour.
A conference championship is something that will always be in an athlete’s memory, but with championships come expectations and pressure.