|Sports Briefs: 09-09-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Monday, 09 September 2013 09:21|
BGSU volleyball loses
SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame, ranked No. 22 in the nation, beat the Bowling Green Falcon volleyball team, 27-25, 25-23, 25-15 Sunday in the Golden Dome Invitational. BG is 1-4.
BG's leaders were: Danielle Tonyan, 12 kills; Jelena Sunjic, 10 kills; Erica Fullenkamp, 17 assists; Lauren Avila, 13 assists, 10 digs; and Kaitlyn Skinner, five blocks.
In an exhibition match against Dabrowa, a Polish professional team, on Saturday, BG dropped a 25-13, 25-16, 26-24 decision.
Falcon women's soccer loses
INDIANAPOLIS - Bowling Green State University's women's soccer team dropped a 1-0 decision to Indiana University-Purdue University-Indianapolis Sunday.
Lauren Cadel made 10 saves for the Falcons, 0-3 overall.
BGSU men's soccer loses
MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin-Milwaukee beat the Bowling Green State University men's soccer team, 2-0 Sunday.
Michael Wiest made five saves for BG, 1-2-1 overall.
Falcon women's golf second
NORMAL, Ill. - The Bowling Green State University women's golf team is second after the first day of the Redbird Invitational.
Toledo leads leader after 36 holes with a 592 total. The Falcons are second at 595 on rounds of 293 and 302. The round of 293 is a school-record.
BG's scorers were: Lily Bartell, 140; Hannah Lewis, 150; Patricia Holt, 153; Shelby Wilson, 154; and Mikayla Bear 158.
Bartell's 69 was a career-best and her 150 total tied the best individual score in BGSU history.
The tournament concludes today.
Owens women's soccer wins
Jessica Grindle scored three goals as the Owens Community College women's soccer team beat Mercyhurst North East, 7-0 Sunday.
Grindle and Marissa Ramirez each had an assist. Both are Northwood High School graduates.
Owens is 3-2 overall.
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