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Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff   
Wednesday, 20 November 2013 10:45
BGSU softball signs six
The Bowling Green State University softball team has signed players to national letters of intent.
The players are: Morgan Evangelista, from Elk Grove, Calif., a corner infielder, and catcher; Alivia Forshey, Canton South, a middle infielder; Kayla Gregory, Milford, Glen Este High School, middle infield, outfield; Katee Hinkle, Taylor, Mo., Palmyra High School, shortstop; Kayla Koch, Lucasville Valley High School, first base; and  Lulu Newmark, Pembroke Pines, Fla., catcher.

Owens CC women's soccer wins on penalty kicks
MELBOURNE, Fla. - The Owens Community College women's soccer team  beat Butler CC on penalty kicks Tuesday in the second game of pool play at the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I National Tournament.
Jessica Grindle, from Northwood High School, gave Owens a 1-0 lead with less than four minutes remaining in the first half, scoring off a corner kick from Jill Brukholder. Butler CC tied the game in the 53rd minute.
Elizabeth Theaker scored in the fifth round of penalty kicks to give Owens the win.
Owens is 18-3 overall and waits on the result of today's Butler CC and Darton State game to see if it advances to the next round of the tournament.

Owens to host national volleyball tourney
The National Junior College Athletic Association Division II Women's Volleyball Tournament starts Tuesday at Owens Community College in the Student Health and Activities Center.
Sixteen teams have qualified for this year's championships.  
Game times and ticket information is available at

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