|Sports Briefs: 12-05-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 05 December 2013 11:01|
Vickers, Bermejo earn All-Ohio recognition
COLUMBUS - Northwood's Jacob Vickers and Dominik Bermejo were named to the Division VI All-Ohio football team announced Wednesday night.
Vickers, a sophomore, was a third-team offensive selection as the kicker.
Bermejo, a senior running back/defensive back, received special mention.
The teams were selected by state media members, but the Sentinel-Tribune doesn't have a vote in the process.
The teams are posted at www.sent-trib.com.
Sehmann swimming in nationals
Emmy Sehmann, from Bowling Green, is competing in the Short Course National Championships. Knoxville, Tenn. this weekend.
Sehmann is swimming in the 100 freestyle and swimming time trails in the 50 and 200 freestyle events.
BGSU's Dean honored
Penny Dean, the women's tennis coach at Bowling Green State University, was named the 2012 President's award winner by the USTA/Northwest Ohio Tennis Association.
The President's award is given to an individual based on outstanding service and dedication to the growth of tennis in Northwest Ohio.
Dean is in her 24th season as head coach of the Falcons, and her 28th overall year as a collegiate head coach. She was named the Mid-American Conference coach of the year in 2012-13, the Falcons were 17-5, setting a school single-season record for dual-match victories. The Falcons posted the best MAC regular-season and tournament finishes in the history of the program.
Dean's players have excelled in the classroom as well. In April, the Falcons were recognized at the BG's annual Honors Night for having the highest grade-point average of any of BG's women's teams, with a 3.74 GPA. The team earned that honor for the third-straight year.
On a national level, the Falcons have earned an NCAA Public Recognition Award in each of the eight years since the honor was instituted. Dean's team has had a perfect score of 1,000 in every year of the Academic Progress Rate's existence.
BG Rifle Club victorious
The Bowling Green Rifle Club defeated Fremont, 1,415-1,182.
BG's scores were: Bob Schwierbert, 292; Kris Link, 288; Norbert Norden, 280; Dan Altman, 279; and Don Link, 276. Mike Sayen, Russ France, Jerry Milnor, Richard Dittman and Kira Miller also fired for BG.
Owens women ranked fifth
The Owens Community College women's basketball team has improved four spots in the newest National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) D-II poll.
After debuting at No. 9 in the preseason poll, Owens has gone 11-1 to start the season and are now ranked No. 5.
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