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Updated 12:16 a.m., Falcon hockey loses opener to Michigan Tech (1-31-15) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kevin Gordon Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Friday, 31 January 2014 22:14
BGSU's Ben Murphy (17) moves the puck between Michigan Tech's Jacob Johnstone (left) and Shane Hanna. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
Bowling Green’s hockey team wasn’t sharp Friday night.
The Falcons didn’t play well offensively or defensively, and their goaltending wasn’t good in a 5-2 loss to Michigan Tech at the Ice Arena. BOX SCORE PHOTO GALLERY
They spotted Tech a 2-0 lead in the first period and saw the Huskies run the lead to 4-0 in the second period.
BG was never closer than three goals the rest of the way. Brent Tate and Ralfs Freibergs had the Falcon goals. 
The Huskies held a 28-21 edge in shots. David Johnstone scored twice, while Pheonix Copley had 19 saves.
Both teams were 1-of-3 on the power play.
“This was as bad as we’ve played,” BG coach Chris Bergeron said. “ ... I haven’t seen our team play this poor in a long time. ... Our top guys weren’t right and it went all the way down (the lineup).”
Last Updated on Saturday, 01 February 2014 09:28
Flashes from Gordon: Hockey, hoops twinbill unfair to BG (01-31-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by KEVIN GORDON Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Friday, 31 January 2014 10:29
Kevin Gordon
Random thoughts while wishing Bowling Green State University would change its school colors from brown and orange to black and orange:

WRIST SLAP: Mid-American Conference and Time Warner Cable Sports Network officials deserve a slap on the wrist for causing Bowling Green's hockey and men's basketball teams to play at the same time last Saturday.
The starting time for the men's basketball game against Miami was changed from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. to allow the game to be televised by TWCSN.
But the Falcon hockey team already had a home game against Lake Superior at 7:07 that night.
The MAC and TWCSN should be sympathetic to the three conference members - BG, Miami and Western Michigan - which have hockey teams.
It isn't fair to those schools to force their men's basketball and hockey teams to play dueling home games.
(updated 6:20 a.m.) BG women rally to down Ohio, 78-62 PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Thursday, 30 January 2014 21:50
Ohio’s Quiera Lampkins is surrounded by BG’s Jill Stein (40), Jillian Halfhill (11), and Miriam Justinger. (Photo: Louis Fish/The Athens Messenger)
ATHENS — Bowling Green took Ohio’s best shot, and came out swinging in the second half on the way to a 78-62 victory in a Mid-American Conference women’s game Thursday.
Ohio trailed by 10 at one point in the first half, but fought back to take a 35-31 lead into the break.
‘‘They played extremely well in the first half,’’ BG head coach Jennifer Roos said about the Bobcats. ‘‘We gave up the most points, and the highest field-goal percentage to date.
‘‘Even though we shot over 50 percent, we found ourselves down four at the half,’’ she added.
Ohio penetrated to the basket, and made  four 3-pointers to key its first-half success.
‘‘There were a lot of things we talked about at halftime,’’ Roos said, including rebounding and free throws.
Last Updated on Friday, 31 January 2014 10:34
Sloat enjoying time with BG hockey (01-31-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by KEVIN GORDON Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Friday, 31 January 2014 10:28
Jake Sloat's last two seasons at Bowling Green have been frustrating.
But the senior has remained a positive influence on the Falcon hockey team.
The 5-foot-11, 185-pounder missed BG's final 40 games last season after breaking his ankle during the team's Canadian exhibition Oct. 7.
This season, Sloat has played in just two games as the Falcons' depth on defense has increased.
Sloat, recruited as a walkon by former head coach Dennis Williams, played regularly his first two seasons. He had two goals and 14 assists in 75 games.
"Every second of my experience here has been great, very positive, and I wouldn't trade it for the world," Sloat said.
Although Sloat isn't guaranteed to play tonight and Saturday against Michigan Tech in the Ice Arena, he still works hard every day in practice.
The Colorado native had an assist and blocked three shots in BG's 6-2 win over Lake Superior last Saturday.
(updated 10:45 p.m.) EMU downs BG men, 69-57 (1-29-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 21:58
YPSILANTI, Mich. — There were too many negatives for Bowling Green’s men’s basketball team to overcome Wednesday night at Eastern Michigan.
The end result was a 69-57 EMU victory.
‘‘We have to do a better job with the hustle stats,’’ BG head coach Louis Orr said.
Eastern Michigan scored 24 points off BG’s 17 turnovers, and the Eagles got 18 offensive rebounds and scored 25 second-change points. EMU also held a 36-22 scoring edge in the paint, a 14-5 advantage on fast-break points, and a 28-2 edge in bench scoring.
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 23:45
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