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BG wins on career day from Kirkpatrick

The Bowling Green women’s basketball team got their second conference win against Miami behind a big night from redshirt freshman Kennedy Kirkpatrick.

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Sunday 01/25/2015
Falcons stay on winning path, beat defending MAC champs
Updated: January 25, 2015 - 10:50 pm

The Bowling Green swim and dive team finished its home season with a win against defending Mid-American Conference champion Akron. The Falcons also recognized seniors Stephanie Boyle, Erica Nieminen, Haley Roberts and Carmen Young for senior day.

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Falcons fall short on road against Toledo
Updated: January 25, 2015 - 10:45 am

The Falcons could not buy a basket down the stretch when they needed it most Saturday night.

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Falcons split series against Lake Superior
Updated: January 26, 2015 - 3:53 pm

The Falcon hockey team lost 3-1 Friday night, and then responded with a 3-1 victory of their own against the Lake Superior State Lakers Saturday night at BGSU Ice Arena.

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Thursday 01/22/2015
BG gymnastics team looks to build on accomplishments
Updated: January 24, 2015 - 3:44 pm

The Bowling Green State University gymnastics teams has already produced a litany of accomplishments

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Poor shooting hands BG another loss
Posted: January 22, 2015

A second half barrage of scoring proved to be too much for the Bowling Green women’s basketball team to handle.

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Swim and dive gets set for last home meet of season
Posted: January 22, 2015

Bowling Green State University swim and dive will compete in Cooper Pool one last time this season as the Falcons take on defending Mid-American Conference champion Akron on Friday at 5 p.m.

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Track team to honor seniors Friday
Updated: January 24, 2015 - 3:42 pm

Four years ago the track and field program was in a rough situation. They had 11 freshmen, a new head coach in Lou Snelling and not many 

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Falcons efficiency leads to win against Eastern Michigan
Updated: January 22, 2015 - 12:28 pm

For two days the Falcons were able to forget about playing against man defense and focus on the Eastern Michigan zone.

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Tuesday 01/20/2015
Fans love to hate New England
Updated: January 21, 2015 - 10:50 am

The New England Patriots are the Yankees of football. In it’s simplest form, people love to hate them.

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Women’s basketball travels to Western Michigan University
Updated: January 20, 2015 - 11:19 pm

Struggling with injuries across the roster, the Bowling Green women’s basketball team has lost six of its past seven games.

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Falcons will host Eastern Michigan Wednesday
Updated: January 20, 2015 - 11:32 pm

The Bowling Green Men’s basketball team will face an opponent who is known for one thing: its zone.

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Monday 01/19/2015
Falcons use intensity and effort to defeat Cardinals
Posted: January 19, 2015

Ball State [7-8, 2-2] came into Saturday’s game averaging 78 points per game and holding a nine rebound advantage on their Mid-American Conference opponents.

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Swim and dive team wins, remain undefeated
Posted: January 19, 2015

The Bowling Green Swim and Dive team continued to make a statement in the pool over a two-day weekend meet.

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Falcons win two of three, start season 3-1
Posted: January 19, 2015

The BG gymnastics team started the season 3-1 for first time since 2008 after recording victories over Alaska Anchorage and Wisconsin-Whitewater at the Ozone Collegiate Classic in Knoxville, Tennessee Jan. 17.

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Thursday 01/15/2015
Gymnastics focused on total team performances
Posted: January 15, 2015

After opening its 2015 season with a 194.775-194.075 win, the now 14th ranked BG gymnastics team travels to Knoxville, Tennessee, this Saturday to compete in the Ozone College Classic against Alaska Anchorage, Brigham Young and

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service at BGSU

Students discuss their March Madness brackets
Freshman Ted Pletsch

Freshman Ted Pletsch talk to us about his and the teams overall performance versus No. 8 Notre Dame.

Coach Chris Bergeron

Coach Bergeron talks to us about the teams progress and goaltender Andrew Hammond after BG's 2-1 ...

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Accoriding to multiple Toledo outlets, Catherine Lautar, 21, of Liberty Center, died in a car accident on US20A a little before noon on Sunday. Lautar, an AYA Integrated Language Arts major at the University, was the passenger in a car driven by John Davis, 22, of Delta, Ohio. Accoriding to the report by 13abc in Toledo, they were driving eastbound on Maumee-Western, west of Weckerly Road when the driver lost control of the car and hit a salt truck. Davis and Lautar were ejected from the car. Davis was transported to University of Toledo Medical Center, while Lautar was pronounced deceased at the scene. Vice President for Student Affairs Jill Carr notified the University community via email. “Catherine’s instructors noted her passion for working with children. She was also one of the founding members of SPEAK (Spoken Performance for Empowerment, Action and Knowledge), a performance poetry group,” the statement said. SPEAK is the first spoken word poetry group on campus, said SPEAK President Breshea Anglen. Anglen met Lautar two years ago in class because they shared the same major. “I started to speak with her and asked her if she wanted to be the treasurer for SPEAK,” she said. “She was basically one of the founding members of the group.” Anglen got to know Lautar through the time they spent together working on SPEAK. “She got really into poetry but she wasn’t super public about it,” Anglen said. “That’s what bonded us though through that.” Anglen said that anyone who knew her would say that Lautar was an extremely kind person. “She was also very helpful and always there,” she said. “She never turned anyone down.” Another point Anglen said was how passionate she was about teaching. “She was very good at what she did,” she said. “She would have done a great job. A lot of us looked up to her because she knew so much and helped us all so much.” Timothy Murnen, the coordinator for Integrated Language Arts, described Lautar as a pragmatic, practical student. “Cat always kept a level head. She never seemed bothered by the challenges,” Murnen said, referring to the challenges education students face in their year of methods and student teaching. Instead of becoming stressed, she was laid-back and kept her quiet, ironic sense of humor. Lautar was “on her way to becoming a really excellent teacher,” Murnen said. Funeral arrangements will be shared via Campus Update when they are finalized.