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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Monday, 21 October 2013 10:36
Falcon volleyball wins
Bowling Green State University's volleyball team defeated Central Michigan, 25-17, 25-19, 23-25, 25-10 Saturday.
The Falcons are 10-10 overall and 6-2 in the Mid-American Conference.
BG's leaders were: Lindsey Butterfield, 17 kills; Jelena Sunjic, 12 kills; Erica Fullenkamp, 43 assists; Ashley Dunn, from Bowling Green High School, 21 digs; Madeline Garda, 11 digs; and Kaitlyn Skinner, nine blocks.

BGSU men's soccer wins
DAVIDSON, N.C. - The Bowling Green State University men's soccer team blanked Davidson, 2-0 in a nonleague match Saturday.
Joe Sullivan and Danny Baraldi scored for the Falcons and Michael Wiest made eight saves in recording his sixth shutout of the season.
BG is 4-6-4 overall.

Falcon women's soccer loses
AKRON - Akron scored with just over four minutes remaining in regulation to defeat Bowling Green State University 2-1 in a women's Mid-American Conference soccer match Sunday.
Madeline Wideman, on an assist from Ivi Casagrande, scored BG's goal.
Lauren Cadel made four saves for the Falcons, 0-13-1 overall and 0-7-1 in the MAC.

BG's Salyer seventh
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. - Bowling Green State University's Jason Salyer finished seventh out of 135 runners at the Indiana State Pre-National Invitational Saturday.
The meet was run over the course where the NCAA nationals will be held.
Salyer finished in 24:56.94, his first sub-minute 8,000 meter run.
BG was 20th overall with 447 points. Ohio won the meet with 99 points.
Also scoring for the Falcons: Greg Black, 26:19.19, 75th; Tim Jurick, 122nd, 27:20.43; Jeremy Richard, 130th, 27:51.69; and Joe vanBolderen, 131st, 28:07.21.

Alt finishes 22nd for Falcons
TERRE HAUTE - Bowling Green State University's Andrea Alt, a Perrysburg High School graduate, was 22nd at the Indiana State Pre-National Invitational Saturday.
The meet was run over the course where the NCAA nationals will be held.
Alt ran a career-best 22:42.36.
The Falcons were 16th with 440 points. California won the 35-team race with 105 points.
Also scoring for BG were: Rebecca Rae, 97th, 22:42.36; Rachel Durbin, 101st, 22:44.27; Brittney Darah, 103th, 22:46.78; and Mackenzie McMillin, 122nd, 22:56.70.

BG's men's golfers ninth
POWELLS POINT, N.C. - The Bowling Green State University men's golf team is ninth with a 299 total after the first round of the Outerbanks Invitational.
Elon University leads the 18-team field with a 286 total.
BG's scorers were: Brett Rinker, tied for ninth, 71; Chris Melvin, tied for 22nd, 73; Ryan Triller, tied for 52nd, 77; and Jose Narro and Joe Cooper, tied for 60th, 78.

Express men's soccer wins
Vijay Gentles had a goal and an assist as the Owens Community College men's soccer team beat Jackson College, 2-1 Saturday.
Joshua Kleinow made three saves for Owens, 13-4-1 overall.

Owens volleyball goes 1-1
ROCKFORD, Ill. - The Owens Community College volleyball team split a pair of matches at the Kishwaukee Invitational Saturday.
Kishwaukee College beat Owens, 25-20, 25-22, 25-21, and Owens beat Harper College, 25-16, 25-20, 25-11.
Owens is 17-18 overall.

Owens men's golf wins
MIDDLETOWN - The Owens Community College men's A golf team won the Cincinnati State Fall Invitational Saturday. Owens, ranked No. 1 in the nation, finished with a 306 total in the 13-team event.
Blaze Hogan led the Express, finishing second with a 75. Teammates Harrison Long, Timothy Dawkins and Philippe Weppernig tied for fourth at 77. Brandon Hoelzer finished with an 81.
Kirby Manown led Owens' B team with a medalist round of 72.
Owens has won five straight tournaments and six overall this fall.
 

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