|Sports Briefs: 06-17-14|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Tuesday, 17 June 2014 09:08|
Stacey to coach at Toledo
Anthony Stacey, the leading scorer in Bowling Green men's basketball history, will be an assistant coach at the University of Toledo, the Sentinel-Tribune has learned.
He had been hired as the head boys basketball coach at Sandusky High School in April after serving as the head coach at Medina for three seasons.
Stacey, who scored 1,938 points with the Falcons, is a member of BG's Hall of Honor, and his No. 34 has been retired by the athletics department.
Pleger named All-American
NEW ORLEANS - Bowling Green hammer thrower Brooke Pleger was a first-team All-American as selected by the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association.
Pleger earned the award after finishing third in the NCAA outdoor championships last week.
Her finish was the best result for a BG athlete and marked her second consecutive All-American effort after placing seventh at the national championships a year ago.¬†
This season, she set a personal best with a throw of 223-0 to win the Toledo Invitational and defended her MAC championship with a meet record throw of 218-9.
|Last Updated on Tuesday, 17 June 2014 09:20|
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