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(updated) 12:15 on 1-20-14) Henderson scores 27 as BG rallies to beat WMU PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Sunday, 19 January 2014 20:44
KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Jehvon Clarke and Anthony Henderson hit big baskets late in the game to help the Bowling Green Falcon men’s basketball team rally for a 69-64 win over Western Michigan Sunday.
‘‘It was a must-win; we needed this win,’’ said Henderson, a redshirt junior.
Clarke hit a clutch 3-pointer from the left wing with the shot clock winding down to put the Falcons up 65-64 with 1:33 left in regulation.
On WMU’s next two possessions, the Falcons forced a turnover and the Broncos missed two free throws.
Henderson capped off his career-high 27-point scoring effort with a layup with 15 seconds remaining.
Last Updated on Monday, 20 January 2014 19:10
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(updated 8 p.m.) CMU women rally to down Falcons, 82-79 in OT PDF Print E-mail
Written by By Sentinel Sports Staff   
Saturday, 18 January 2014 15:42
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. ­— Turnovers and missed free throws led to the downfall of Bowling Green’s women’s basketball team Saturday afternoon.
The Falcons held an 11-point lead with 3:01 left in regulation, but Central Michigan took advantage of Bowling Green’s mistakes to rally for an 82-79 overtime win in a Mid-American Conference showdown between division leaders.
‘‘We played smart for the majority of the game; take away a couple of minutes,’’ BG head coach Jennifer Roos said. ‘‘ I’m pleased with the effort. We have to clean up a couple of things.’’
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 January 2014 22:04
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Falcons get quick lesson from Babers (1-17-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by JACK CARLE Sentinel Sports Editor   
Friday, 17 January 2014 09:23
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File photo. BGSU's new football coach, Dino Babers, speaks to the media. (Photo: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
It was a lesson quickly learned.
When the new head football coach at Bowling Green State University, Dino Babers, had his first meeting with the team he asked who was the starting quarterback. Matt Johnson, who started 13 games in 2013, raised his hand.
‘‘I said, ‘no you’re not,’’’ Babers said. ‘‘I didn’t mean to be mean at him ... I told them there is no starting quarterback, there is no starting tailback, there is no starting guard.
‘‘If you are the best, it won’t take long for us to figure it out, and you’ll be back there,’’ he continued. ‘‘Everybody is on an even scale. For a guy who has been starting for two or three years, it’s kind of scary. But for a guy who has been backing up for two or three years, it’s kind of exciting.’’
Last Updated on Friday, 17 January 2014 18:19
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Williamson becomes consistent player for Falcons (01-18-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by KEVIN GORDON, Sentinel Assistant Sports Editor   
Saturday, 18 January 2014 02:01
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Bryce Williamson
Bryce Williamson has improved each season at Bowling Green.
And now the senior on the Falcon hockey team has added consistency to his game.
The 6-foot, 190-pound right wing has been one of the BG’s best players almost every game this season.
He’s tied for fifth in scoring in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association with a career-high 21 points, and tied for ninth in goals with 10.
Williamson, who has played in all 26 games, leads BG with six power-play goals and has an on-ice rating of plus-1.
He also skates on the penalty-killing unit, which ranks 12th nationally at 85.1 percent.
Last Updated on Saturday, 18 January 2014 09:03
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BGSU Faculty Senate approves coaching minor (01-16-14) PDF Print E-mail
Written by DAVID DUPONT Sentinel Staff Writer   
Thursday, 16 January 2014 10:49
The Bowling Green State University Faculty Senate Tuesday approved the institution of a coaching minor.
The new 21-credit minor will be offered by the university's School of Human Movement, Sport and Leisure Studies next fall.
The minor was proposed by faculty member Adrian Turner, who explained the proposal to the senate.
He said that demand for the training comes from several different areas. Coaches now face higher standards of certification, including training in how to deal with concussions.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects that the demand for athletes, coaches, umpires and related positions will increase by 23 percent over the next decade.
Turner reported that the program could enroll as many as 50 students once it was underway. Those students are expected to come from several areas, including education students, both physical education and in other subject areas, sport management students, exercise science students, university athletes and parents.
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