With a win over Akron and a Central Michigan loss, the Falcons have soared to the top of the Mid-American Conference.
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The BG gymnastics team came up short in a Mid-American Conference match held at Kent State University’s M.A.C. Convocation Center Thursday night as they fell to the Golden Flashes 195.925 to 196.225.
Bowling Green baseball will hit the road again to play a three-game series against High Point.
As the start of the Mid-American Tournament comes closer, the seedings and matchups are starting to become easier to understand.
With a Wednesday afternoon win, the Falcons have clinched the Mid-American Conference East Division outright.
Eight Falcon hockey players will be honored this weekend at the BGSU Ice Arena for senior night as BG faces Bemidji State in the final regular season series.
The BG gymnastics team will try to ink their name into the record books this Thursday, as the team will try to upend Kent State on the road and get a share of the regular season Mid-American Conference title. BG has not won a MAC championship since 1985.
Senior Night is a night that can bring a lot of emotion to the players, coaches and fans. For seniors Cameron Black and Craig Sealey this was their last game in the Stroh Center as Falcons.
The Falcons will have to overcome a noon tipoff Wednesday in Oxford to continue climbing to the top of the conference.
The coaches have been signed, the recruits have been announced and now spring practice has started for the Bowling Green football team.
The 2013 Mid-American Champions will have their hands full in this upcoming season. With a new coach and losing important players, they will need younger players with little to no experience to step up.
Three BG seniors led the Falcons to a successful afternoon on Senior Day at the Stroh Center.
The Falcon hockey team split the weekend series against the Northern Michigan University Wildcats to remain in the hunt to host a WCHA playoff game.
The Bowling Green swimming team placed third in the Mid-American Conference Championships this past weekend, edging Eastern Michigan out in the last event of the meet.
It took a five-hour bus ride for the BG rugby team to finally find some open ground free of snow to start off their spring season.