|Sports Briefs: 11-15-12|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 15 November 2012 10:42|
BGSU men's basketball to play at Robert Morris
The Bowling Green men's basketball team will play in the NIT Season Tip-Off Consolation Round Monday and Tuesday at Robert Morris. The Falcons will face the host school, along with Alabama-Huntsville.¬†
On Monday, BGSU will play Robert Morris at 7:30 p.m. The Colonials are 1-2 on the season and split two games in the Pittsburgh Regional for the NIT earlier this week. Robert Morris lost to Lehigh 89-60 and defeated Fordham 74-58. The Colonials also lost their season opener against Rider 79-54.
On Tuesday, the Falcons will face NCAA Division II Alabama-Huntsville at 5 p.m. The Chargers are 2-1 on the season and also split their two games in the Kansas State Regional for the NIT, defeating North Texas 78-75 before losing to Kansas State 87-26. UAH also defeated Point Loma Nazarene 58-44 in its season opener.
BGSU to aid Aurora House
Items for the Aurora House will be collected before the Bowling Green-Ferris State hockey game Saturday at the Ice Arena.
Aurora House is a comprehensive housing and life skills program that empowers homeless women and their children to achieve self sufficiency and independence by providing resources and learning opportunities in a supportive and safe environment.
A list of needed items it available at bgsufalcons.com. Information on the Aurora House can be found at auroraprojectinc.org.
BG Rifle Club loses opener
Fremont defeated the Bowling Green Rifle Club, 1,431-1,401 in the opener of the indoor season.
BG's scorers were: Wade Fry, 288; Bob Schwiebert, 280; Dan Altman, 279; Norbert Norden, 278; and Don Link, 276.
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