|Sports Briefs: 08-20-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Monday, 20 August 2012 09:23|
Cleveland State downs BGSU women's soccer
Allie Sieradzki scored just over six minutes into overtime to give Cleveland State a 2-1, win over the Bowling Green State University women's soccer team Sunday. BG is 0-2.
Freshman Jessica Jarvis scored her first goal for the Falcons on an assist from Tracy Togba. Becca Ison made one save for the Falcons.
The Falcons were also credited with a team save in the overtime period as sophomore defender Kaylee Draper, from Perrysburg High School, blocked a Sieradzki shot on the goal line.
Panthers sign Mruczkowski
SPARTANBURG, S.C. - The Carolina Panthers have signed former Bowling Green Falcon Scott Mruczkowski to a free-agent contract.
Mruczkowski played seven years with the San Diego, seeing action on 83 games with 16 starts. He was a fifth-round draft pick in 2005.
"This is a guy that was with us in San Diego that Chud (offensive coordinator Rob Chudzinski) knows well, I know well. (A) smart football player (who) understands this offense, understands protections and understands defenses," Panthers' head coach Ron Rivera said. "We're looking for someone who can come in and possibly be a security blanket."
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