|Sports Briefs: 03-08-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 08 March 2013 10:10|
Dowdle goes to Kansas State
MANHATTAN, Kan. - Clint Dowdle, current assistant athletics director for football at Bowling Green State University, has been named assistant athletics director for administration at Kansas State.
In his new role, Dowdle will be a member of K-State athletics director John Currie's senior staff and serve as the daily sport liaison for the football program.
In addition, Dowdle will support the daily operations of several other sports as well as equipment operations while also managing special projects and coordinating department communication with the KSA Board of Directors.
Dowdle was beginning his fifth year overall as the director of football operations at BG and his second as an assistant athletics director for football.
BGSU baseball goes 1-1
PORT CHARLOTTE, Fla. -Bowling Green State University's baseball team split two games Thursday, beating Georgetown 8-7 and losing to West Virginia 8-2. The win over Georgetown broke a seven-game losing streak for the Falcons. BG is 3-8 overall.
In the first game, Andrew Kubuski drew a two-out walk with the bases loaded to drive in the winning run for the Falcons.
Patrick Lancaster had three hits, including a triple, T.J. Losby had two hits, and Brian Bien hit a two-run double.
In the second game, nine different Falcons had a base hit with Logan Walker hitting a double.
All-MAL basketball teams announced
Nine players from county high schools have earned All-Midland Athletic League basketball honors.
Lakota's Kody Brewer was a second-team selection while teammates Colin Timmons and Nate Ray were honorable mention picks. North Baltimore's Jacob Frost and Jordan Watson were also honorable mention selections.
North Baltimore's Megan Wright was a second-team selection while teammates Ricci Emahiser and Olivia Frost were honorable-mention picks. Lakota's Katie Park was also on the honorable mention list.
Owens softball splits
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - Owens Community College's softball team is 5-5 overall after splitting two games Thursday.
The Express opened with a 5-3 win over Delta College, but dropped an 8-0 decision to CCBCCatonsville in Game 2.
Against Delta, Perrysburg High School graduate Tyniesha Wilson was 2-for-3 with an RBI double for Owens.
With a hit in her first at-bat, Wilson recorded her ninth consecutive hit in nine at-bats. She had a hit in her final at bat on Tuesday and a hit in all seven at-bats on Wednesday. She finished the game with 10 hits in her last 11 at-bats.
Owens had only three hits against CCBC Catonsville.
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