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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 08:54
Four more Falcons receive NFL deals
Four more former Bowling Green Falcon football players have reached deals with NFL teams.
Defensive tackle Jairus Campbell signed with Baltimore, cornerback Aaron Foster signed with Dallas, cornerback Cam Truss signed with Pittsburgh and defensive tackle Ted Ouellet was invited to Green Bays's training camp.
On Saturday, tight end Alex Bayer signed with St. Louis and tight end Tyler Beck signed with New England.

Falcons' Harrington, Nocella honored by the MAC
CLEVELAND - Bowling Green gymnasts Megan Harrington and Alyssa Nocella were named academic All-Mid-American Conference Monday in voting by the conference's faculty athletic representatives.
Harrington is a senior who completed her eligibility in the spring with a 3.736 grade-point average in communications and tourism, leisure and event planning. She was an NCAA regional qualifier in the all-around this year and earned second-team All-MAC honors.
Nocella completed her sophomore season in the spring and holds a 3.853 GPA in exercise science. She was also an NCAA regional qualifier in the all-around and was named first team All-MAC.
BG's Megan Valentini earned honorable mention. The senior has a 3.398 gpa in exercise science.

BG women's soccer adds three recruits
Three recruits have been added to Bowling Green's women's soccer roster for this fall.
They are midfielder  Alexa Cheripko of Pickerington North, goalkeeper Evelina Hellgren of √ñrnsk√∂ldsvik, Sweden where she is a senior at Parkskolan High School, and Alexis Smith of Livonia, Mich.
Cheripko is a transfer from Otterbein, and Smith spent the last two seasons at Schoolcraft College.

Owens golf leads regional
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. - Third-ranked Owens Community College is in first place after 36 holes of the Region XII tournament at Bedford Valley Golf Course.
The Express shot a 6-over-par 582 to lead No. 7 Grand Rapids CC by 12 strokes and No. 18 Oakland CC by 30 strokes.
Hoelzer, the defending regional champion, is first individually with a 7-under 137 on rounds of 69 and 68. Teammate Philippe Weppernig is tied for second (70-71-141).
Owens' other scores were: Harrison Long, 74-73-147; Kirby Manown, 77-80-157; Dru Hein, 78-80-158; and Timmy Dawnkins, 79-85-164.
The top two teams after today's final round qualify for the NJCAA DIvision II national tournament.
Owens won the regional last season and finished 10th in the national tournament.
 

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