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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Tuesday, 27 August 2013 09:51
BGSU fan busses planned for Kent State and Indiana
The Bowling Green State University Falcon Club is planning fan buses to the Sept. 7 football game at Kent State and Sept. 14 football game at Indiana.  
The buses are open to all Falcon Club members, students, and Falcon fans and a minimum attendee number is required.
The bus prices do not include the price of a game ticket or the pre-game tailgate event sponsored by the BGSU Alumni Association.  
For the Kent State game, the cost is $30 for Falcon Club members and students and $45 for non Falcon Club members. The bus will leave Lot 13 on Stadium Drive a at 7:30 a.m. in time to make the alumni event in Kent at 10:30.  The reversations are due by Monday.
Game tickets can be purchased for $10 at the BGSU Ticket Office in the Stroh Center or by calling 877-BGSU-TICKET. They will be available to purchase at BGSU until Sept. 3.
For the trip to Indiana, the cost is $60 for Falcon Club members and students and $75 for non Falcon Club members. Reservations are due by Sept. 6.
The bus to Indiana will leave Lot 13 on Stadium Drive at 5 a.m. in time to make the BGSU alumni event by 10 a.m.
Game tickets can be purchased for $40 at the BGSU Ticket Office in the Stroh Center or by calling 877-BGSU-TICKET. They will be available to purchase at BGSU until Sept. 10.
To make bus reservations call (419) 372-2401. Fans will pay by cash or check (made out to BGSU Foundation) when boarding the bus.

Falcon add asst. tennis coach
Jim Kaser has been hired as an assistant women's tennis coach at Bowling Green State University.
For the past five years, Kaser has been the teaching professional at the Perrysburg Tennis Center, the indoor home of the Falcons. Previously, he was the head professional at Inverness Club for 17 years and the Toledo Tennis Club for eight years. He was also a high school tennis coach at Maumee Valley for more than a decade.
Kaser earned four varsity letters at the University of Toledo (1982-86). He has won a pair of national doubles titles, and has won six Toledo city men's doubles titles and two Toledo city mixed doubles championships.

BGSU softball tryouts planned
The Bowling Green State University softball team is holding tryouts Monday at 2 p.m. at Meserve Field.
The tryouts are open to any BGSU student enrolled for the fall semester. Students will need to have a physical done before stepping onto the field, and fill out any other paper work that is required.
For more information, contact head coach Shannon Salsburg, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or at (419) 372-7159.

BGSU baseball golf outing set
The alumni golf outing for the Bowling Green State University baseball program is Oct. 12.
The outing will be held at Riverby Hills Golf Club and will feature 36 foursomes. The second annual event is a fundraiser for the defending Mid-American Conference tournament champions.
For more information contact David Barkholz, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or at (419) 410-3475.

Youth hockey tryouts scheduled
The Northwest Eagles Hockey team is holding open tryouts for players ages 14-18 on Sept. 29 and Oct. 6 from 1-2 p.m. in the BGSU Ice Arena.
The cost is $10 per tryout and all players must be registered with USA Hockey in advance. Proof of registration is required.
Go to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for more information.
 

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