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In just her second year of active competition, Bowling Green thrower Brooke Pleger has arrived on the national stage. This month, she has the opportunity to earn a spot at the NCAA Division I championship meet. No Falcon track and field athlete has
Some National Football League draft experts have described Chris Jones as a very raw version of J.J. Watt. The team that employs Watt must not disagree with that assessment, because they drafted...
Zac Dysert finally realized his National Football League dreams late on Saturday afternoon, when the Denver Broncos selected him in the middle of the seventh (and final) round of the 2013 NFL...
While one MAC offensive lineman will be among the first names called in the 2013 NFL Draft, Brian Winters should not be forgotten. The brick wall that started all 50 games at KSU appears ready to make his own significant impact on the NFL.
Bowling Green defensive tackle Chris Jones bullied Mid-American Conference quarterbacks for four years. Now, he hopes that he will have his name called at the 2013 NFL Draft and get the opportunity to chase down NFL signal callers every Sunday.
This stunning news may provide an answer to recent questions some have had about the future of BGSU Athletics -- most notably, why Louis Orr was retained as head men's basketball coach.
The Falcons struggled early but found enough answers in the second half to manage a 61-54 victory over Duquesne on Saturday afternoon. The victory ensures that Bowling Green will have at least one game at the Stroh Center in the 2012-13 season.
The Akron Zips have had their name called, and they are the 12th seed in the South Region in the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. They will face the Virginia Commonwealth Rams in the second...
Less than an hour remains until the brackets are released for the 2013 NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament. Where will Akron be heading?
The Falcons rallied from a 17-point first half deficit but could not finish in a 69-61 loss at Kent State. The loss likely relegates BGSU to a first-round MAC Tournament game next Monday in Bowling Green.
The Falcons never trailed as they cruised to a 73-52 victory over the Bobcats on an emotional Senior Day at the Stroh Center. The win bolsters BGSU's hopes for a bye in the upcoming MAC Tournament, but they will need help on Wednesday night to achie
The top seed has been locked up, but plenty of drama remains as the league prepares for its season finales on Wednesday night.
The Falcons used a stingy defense to hold Miami to just 13 second half points on Wednesday night at the Stroh Center. Bowling Green earned a season split with the Redhawks and gains an important victory in their quest for a bye in the MAC Tournament
Saturday afternoon's game boiled down to a duel between Courtney Osborn and Jillian Halfhill. Osborn prevailed, and the race for a bye in the upcoming MAC tournament became even more convoluted with just three games to play.
Three players scored in double figures as the Falcons dismantled New Orleans on Thursday night at the Stroh Center. BGSU led for all but the first 1:44 of the game and recorded their highest point total and biggest victory margin of the season.
Bowling Green cruised to a much-needed road victory after a dominant first half effort. The win propels the Falcons to sole possession of the 5th seed in the MAC.
With just three holes left in the championship match, the Falcons staged a comeback that capped an incredible reversal of fortune from 2012.
The Falcons, needing a win to keep pace with Akron, built a 55-54 loss to the Broncos brick-by-brick. The loss is BGSU's fourth in the MAC this season -- their most in nine years.
BGSU hung with the Bobcats for a half, but Ohio used an early second half run to cinch their first 8-1 MAC start in 29 years.
Bowling Green badly needed a win, and the Falcons earned it in convincing fashion by cruising to a 70-59 win over the Ball State Cardinals. BGSU never trailed in the game.