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Wednesday, 06 March 2013 10:38
BGSU women's golf leads Ohio
FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Ariz. - The Bowling Green State University women's golf team holds a 31‚Ñ2-21‚Ñ2 lead over Ohio after the first day of the spring challenge.
The two teams will play six individual match-play matches today, with each match worth a single point. The first team to 6.5 points wins the event.
In the Tuesday morning round, the Falcons earned 21‚Ñ2 of the three available points, dominating in two of the matches in the alternate shot format. The duos of Hannah Lewis and Shelby Wilson and Amy Ruthenberg and Patricia Holt each won their match 4 and 3, while Hannah Lewis and Shelby Wilson finished all square in their match after 18 holes of play.
The afternoon matches were best ball with the Falcons winning just one of the three matches. Ruthenberg and Bartell finished the afternoon 1 Up.
The Challenge Cup features 12 matches, three alternate shot, three foursomes and six individual matches.

Falcon men's golf finishes 16th
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Bowling Green State University men's golf team finished 16th in the 18-team Samford Intercollegiate. The Falcons shot a 54-hole score of 926.
Auburn won the team championship with an 865 total.
BG's leaders were: Wes Gates, tied for 45th, 229; Ryan Triller, tied for 56th, 231; Charlie Olson, tied for 72nd, 235; Joe Cooper, tied for 82nd, 239; and Holden Pahr, tied for 86th, 242.

BGSU softball rained out
RICHMOND, Ky. - The Bowling Green State University softball doubleheader with Eastern Kentucky was rained out Tuesday.

BGSU women get one vote
The Bowling Green State University women's basketball team received one vote in the USA Today Top 25 poll this week.
The complete poll in on page 11 today.

Owens softball loses twice
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - The Owens Community College softball team lost twice Tuesday - 9-2 to Olney Central College and 15-6 to Coastal Carolina. Owens is 2-4.
In the loss to Olney, Owens was hampered by eight errors. Tyniesha Wilson, from Perrysburg High School, picked up her first collegiate hit, a pinch-hit run-scoring single. Jaylee Glad, Katie Bulter and Melanie Iacoangeli each had two hits for Owens.
Against Coastal Carolina, Owens gave up eight runs in the first inning. Iaconageli, Molly Gast, and Glad each had two hits with Gast hitting a double and a triple. Wilson hit an RBI triple.

Express baseball loses
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Onley Central College defeated the Owens Community College baseball team 5-1 Tuesday.
Benjamin Breymier had two hits for Owens, 0-4.
 

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