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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 16 July 2013 09:44
BGSU basketball season tickets on sale
Season tickets for Bowling Green State University men's and women's basketball are now on sale.
All season ticket prices are the same from 2012-13 with men's tickets starting at $167 and Anderson Club seats priced at $273 (Falcon Club membership also required).
Women's season tickets start at $118 with Anderson Club seats priced at $185 (Falcon Club membership required).
This season Section 102 (directly across from the visitor's bench) is available for season ticket sales for both teams.
BGSU students receive free admission to all BGSU regular season home athletic events by showing their ID at the door.
Non-conference schedules have not been released yet, both the men's and women's teams play an 18-game conference schedule this year, featuring nine home games against MAC opponents.
Both teams will begin their seasons with an exhibition doubleheader at home Nov. 2.

Golf outing to benefit BGHS girls team
The Jeff Rybak Memorial Scramble to benefit the Bowling Green High School girls golf team is July 28.
The scramble is at Bowling Green County Club with a 2 p.m. shotgun start.
The cost is $50 per person and there are four-person teams. Included are 18 holes of golf with a cart and a picnic dinner.
Checks should be made payable to the BG Bobcat Boosters and sent to Paige Bulkeley, 1607 Conneaut Ave., Bowling Green, 43402.
For more information call (419) 575-0707.

Donnelly has hole-in-one
Steve Donnelly, from Bowling Green, recently had a hole-in-one at Stone Ridge Golf Club.
He used a 6-iron to ace the 165-yard fifth hole.
 

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