The Bowling Green men’s soccer returned to the win column over the weekend on a late goal by the nation’s leading scorer, Pat Flynn.
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The BG football team was not the only BG athletics team to take down a Big 10 opponent on a last second scoring effort this Saturday. BG Club Rugby took down the Ohio State University, edging the Buckeyes out 31-29.
Junior Becca Rae and Senior Greg Black finished in the top ten for the Falcons at the Mel Brodt Collegiate meet this past Friday.
BG women’s soccer head coach Lindsay Basalyga is unhappy with her team’s culture.
As freshman receiver Roger Lewis lined up for the final offensive play against Indiana University his whole life flashed before his eyes.
Around this time one year ago the Falcons held a 10-7 lead in the second quarter at Indiana University.
The Bowling Green tennis team will start its 2014-15 season at the Miami Invitational with new head coach Olga Elkin.
After coming off a good season in track and field, redshirt junior Andrea Alt and senior Greg Black will make their 2014 debuts for the Falcons.
The Falcon volleyball team is coming in with some momentum after finishing last week’s Wright State Invitational with a 2-1 record beating CSU Bakersfield and Wright State.
Starting the season 3-0, the BG men’s soccer team lost the final game of what was a daunting 3-match week on Sunday in a double-overtime bout against Duquesne University.
Being a student-athlete is not easy. They have to juggle practices, games, scrimmages, school work and extra-curricular activities throughout the year.
With many changes throughout Bowling Green State University taking form, the athletic department had one of their own to make on Sunday.
The BG volleyball team played in the Wright State Invitational this weekend and mustered up a 2-1 record.
The BG Club Rugby team dominated Louisville University in their season opener Saturday afternoon.
After beginning the season 2-0, the BG men’s soccer team split their weekend series 1-1 during the Duquesne Invitational in Pittsburgh.
Coming off a week one loss and the news of losing their starting quarterback Matt Johnson for the season, the Bowling Green football team bounced back with a blowout win against Virginia Military Institute in their home opener.