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Friday, 05 July 2013 08:32
Five Falcon women's golfers earn academic honors
The Bowling Green State University women's golf team had five members from its 2012-13 squad named All-American Scholar Athletes by the Women's Golf Coaches Association.
The criteria for selection to the team is a minimum cumulative GPA is 3.50.
BG's five honorees were: Lily Bartell, 3.612, journalism; Hanna Lewis, 3.500, business; Patricia Holt, 3.728, sport management; Amy Ruthenberg, 3.932, biology; and Shelby Wilson, 3.946, nursing.

Santos to coach with BGSU volleyball
Rodnei Santos has been hired as an assistant volleyball coach at Bowling Green State University.
Santos comes to BGSU after serving two years as a volunteer assistant coach at Central Michigan.
Santos oversaw the development of the middle blockers and right side hitters at Central Michigan and helped the program to a Mid-American Conference tournament championship in 2011. Under his tutelage, CMU led the MAC in kills in 2012 and tied for second in blocks in 2011.
At Central Michigan, Santos also served as a recruiting and travel technician, was the video exchange coordinator and did database management.
A native of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Santos came to the United States to play volleyball at the collegiate level, spending a year at Brigham Young before transferring to Pepperdine.

Links Lassies
The Links Lassies held a medal play tournament at Forrest Creason Golf Course Tuesday.
Flight winners were: A, Eileen Smith, low gross and Mary Anne Hillier, low net; B, Pat Patton, low gross and low net; C, Sally Amos, low gross and low net; and low putts, Smith.
 

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