The Falcon hockey team will play in its final non-conference game of the regular season on Friday night, taking on the Miami RedHawks of the National Collegiate Hockey Conference at the BGSU Ice Arena.
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Miriam Justinger has been a large part of the Womens Basketball program at Bowling Green State University for the past four years, never averaging less than 19.9 minutes per game and 22 starts per season.
The Bowling Green State University womens basketball team found themselves on the wrong side of a Mid-American Conference thriller this past Saturday, losing on the road to Central Michigan 76-75. CMU’s Presley Hudson converted on a layup attempt at the buzzer to drop the Falcons to 8-11 on the season and to 4-6 in conference play.
The NBA’s 65th annual All-Star activities will kick off this Valentine’s weekend in Toronto, which will become the first city outside of the U.S. to host the game and its related events.
The Falcons hockey team took one out of two games on the road in their series against the Minnesota State Mavericks on Friday and Saturday night, losing 5-1 in the first matchup, but coming back to win 3-1 in the second game.
After having its three-game win streak snapped this past weekend against rival Toledo, the BGSU Womens Basketball team will look to get back on track this Saturday when it travels for a conference match up with Central Michigan.
The Falcon hockey team will play on the road against the Minnesota State Mavericks on Friday and Saturday night for a chance to take over the top spot of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association.
The Bowling Green mens basketball team lost to Ball State on Tuesday in an up and down game, recording its fourth loss out of its last five contests.
The Bowling Green Men’s Basketball team fell to the Central Michigan Chippewas Saturday on a poor offensive outing.
On the road in front of a crowd of nearly 5,000, the Bowling Green State University Women’s Basketball team had its three game win streak snapped with a 75-61 road loss to rival Toledo.
The Falcon hockey team was unable to win a game in its home series against the Michigan Tech Huskies this past weekend, tying 4-4 Friday night and losing just their second home game of the season 4-1 Saturday.
A full court inbounds pass from senior Miriam Justinger to freshman Carly Santoro for a layup with 0.5 seconds left in the game ignited a raucous home crowd at the Stroh Center, putting the Falcons up by 4 and clinching the win this past Wednesday night.
Falcons hockey head coach Chris Bergeron is currently in his sixth season as the team’s head coach, but did not get there without hard work and research into the type of university BGSU is.
The Falcons dominated the Alaska Anchorage Seawolves on Thursday and Friday night, winning both games by scores of 6-2.
The BGSU womens basketball team recorded their second win in a row against Kent State at home on Saturday. They are now 3-4 in the Mid-American Conference and 7-9 overall.
The Cleveland Cavaliers sent shock waves rippling through the NBA last week when they announced the dismissal of head coach David Blatt. The news blindsided many in the NBA community, as the Cavs hold the best record in the East and were only hours removed from an impressive win over the LA Clippers. In the hours and days that followed, the Cavs started to become even more of a circus.