|Sports Briefs: 07-03-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Wednesday, 03 July 2013 10:00|
BGSU's Bartell qualifies for U.S. Amateur
Lily Bartell, who recently completed her freshman year as a member of the Bowling Green State University women's golf team, has qualified for the 113th United States Amateur Championship.
"I am so very excited and this is definitely a great milestone for me and my game," said Bartell. "The first thing I did was contact my dad, who couldn't be there, and then my coach and teammates. It's so amazing to have a team that I know backs me up 100 percent and that we can support each other with all of our accomplishments.
''It's exciting to be able to represent the Carolinas at the championship and it's awesome that the tournament is so close to home."
Bartell's qualifying site would send 10 players (and two alternates) to the championship.
Bartell finished in a nine-way tie for sixth, following a 73 on Monday afternoon at Cougar Point Golf Course in Kiawah Island, S.C.
Bartell would birdie the 18th hole in a playoff to advance.
The amateur championships are at the Country Club of Charleston (S.C). from Aug. 5-11.
Reimold back with the Orioles
CHICAGO - Nolan Reimold, a former Bowling Green Falcon, has been activated from the disabled list by the Baltimore Orioles.
On Tuesday, he started in left field and batted eighth, going 1-for-3, against the Chicago White Sox.
Reimold last played for the Orioles on May 11 at Minnesota. He then went on the disabled list with a lingering right hamstring strain that had bothered him since spring training.
Reimold played 12 games on a minor league rehab assignment at Bowie was and 7-for-19 in his last four games there.
For the season he is hitting .192 in 32 games for the Orioles with four home runs and nine RBI.
Steinmetz transfers to Lourdes
SYLVANIA - Zach Steinmetz, who was a scholarship football player at Bowling Green State University, has transferred to Lourdes University to play basketball.
Steinmetz was a redshirt freshman tight end on the BGSU football team in 2011.
He played both football and basketball at Toledo St. John's.
Steinmetz will have four years of eligibility for basketball at Lourdes.
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