In exactly one month, the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janiero, Brazil will begin. However, massive questions still loom for the world’s largest sporting event. Pollution, crime, disease and other critical factors within the city are running rampant as the August 5 start date draws nearer.
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A football conference title. A talented, competitive hockey team. A national-level track competitor.
The Cavaliers did the seemingly impossible Sunday night—they conquered the defending champion Golden State Warriors in Game Seven of the NBA Finals after trailing 3-1 in the series. Until now, no team had ever come back from such a deficit.
In early June and just under a year and a half removed from an ACL tear, Falcon redshirt sophomore Aliyah Gustafson competed in the shot put with the some of the best athletes in the country at the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Field Championships. Gustafson finished 24th in a field of the 24 best throwers in Division I with a throw of 49-feet-6.25.
The BGSU football team is experiencing major changes. The team has a new head coach, Mike Jinks, a new athletic director, Bob Moosbrugger and will also see changes to its home stadium, the Doyt Perry.
“We were better than the showtime Lakers,” Golden State shooting guard Klay Thompson kiddingly said following the Warriors’ 110-77 win over the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game Two of the NBA Finals Sunday.
Twenty-two years after his time as a Bowling Green State University student came to an end, Bob Moosbrugger will return as the Falcons’ Director of Athletics.
In the NBA, we have superstars, we have All-Stars, we have role players and then there’s the “others.” For now, we can refer to these “others” as poison. They’re players with big numbers and stats, but when you dive deeper, you realize that these stats are not reflective of how they actually impact their team. So, here is a look at some of those players in what will be dubbed the “All-Poison Team.”
It was another rough weekend for the BG softball team as it went 0-3 at home over the weekend against Kent State University. The Falcons’ overall record is currently 18-33 and 6-14 in Mid-American Conference play.
You’re watching playoff basketball on a Tuesday night in April. The Indiana Pacers’ Paul George dives on the ground for a loose ball, and two Toronto Raptors follow. One of the them is Kyle Lowry, the team’s All-Star point guard. After a scuffle for the ball, Toronto comes away with it.
Coming off of the Jesse Owens meet, the BGSU track team will look to finish their regular season with an impressive performance.
Falcons baseball head coach Danny Schmitz, who is in his 26th season at Bowling Green, is currently looking to lead the team to its fourth Mid-American Conference title, but has had a long road to get to this point.
The Falcon baseball team won its second consecutive Mid-American Conference series against the Ball State Cardinals this weekend, winning 5-1 on Friday, losing 3-1 on Saturday, but coming back on Sunday to take the series victory with an 8-7 win.
It was a successful weekend for the BGSU softball team as it went won a road series against the University of Akron, taking two of three games.
The Bowling Green womens tennis fell to Buffalo Sunday, 5-2, on the Falcons’ senior day and final home match of the season. Drew Fillis, the only senior for the Falcons, played in her final match at the BG tennis courts in the loss.