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Thursday, 11 July 2013 09:35
Kekuewa on watch list for Rimington Trophy
David "Chief" Kekuewa, a member of the Bowling Green State University football team, was named to the watch list for the Rimington Trophy, presented annually to the top center in college football.
Kekuewa started all 13 games last season, helping BG rush for 153.4 yards per game and was part of an offensive line unit that allowed just 15 sacks.

Season tickets on sale for Falcon volleyball
Season tickets for the Bowling Green Falcon volleyball season are on sale.
Season tickets begin at $48 as BG hosts 12 regular season matches.
New this year for Falcon Club members is the opportunity to purchase Anderson Club or courtside seats. Anderson Club seats will be available for just $48 and limited courtside seats will be available for $75.
Tickets are available by calling the BGSU Ticket Office at (877) BGSU TICKET or visiting bgsufalcons.com.

Dackin joins Falcons soccer
Taylor Dackin of Lima Bath has been added to Bowling Green's women's soccer roster for this season, Falcon coach Lindsay Basalyga announced Wednesday.
Dackin had 31 goals and 16 assists in her first three years at Bath, including 15 goals and 10 assists as a junior, but missed her senior season because of an injury.
Dackin was a first-team All-Western Buckeye League selection and second-team all-district pick as a junior when Bath advanced to the regional semifinals.
Dackin's uncle, Rich Dackin, was a four-year starter at quarterback on the BG football team from 1986-89.

Falcon track adds six
Bowling Green's track and field team has added six athletes for next season.
The six are Tina Perrine of Baldwin Wallace University, Alicia Arnold of Lake Erie College, Gabrielle Edwards of Southfield (Mich.) Walled Lake Central, Brianna Johnson of Cleveland Heights Beaumont, Connor Kempf of Fort Wayne Northrop and Raven Porter of Cleveland Heights.

Rain delays Ohio Amateur again
CANTON - Play was suspended because of heavy rain for the second straight day at the Ohio Amateur golf tournament Wednesday at Brookside Golf and Country Club.
Former Bowling Green Falcon golfer Parker Hewit of Westfield Center is sixth with a 2-under-par 69 and Erik Hoops of Perrysburg is tied for 15th with a 1-over 72.
The leader is Corey Richmond of West Union with an 8-under 63.
The first round was completed Wednesday. Second-round play then started, but couldn't be finished because of the rain.
Because of the inclement weather, the 72-hole medal-play tournament has been shortened to 54 holes.
When the second round is completed today, the field will be cut to the low 60 scores and ties. The final 18 holes will be played Friday.

Andy Open golf tourney planned
The seventh annual Andy Open youth golf tournament is Aug. 7 at  the Bowling Green Country Club.
The cost is $10 for BG residents and 413 for non-residents.
To enter the tournament, contact the BG Parks and Recreation Office.
 

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