Sports Briefs: 8-01

Former BGSU golfer at PGA Buick Open
GRAND BLANC,TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Scott Cashell, a former Bowling Green State University golfer, did not make
the cut at the Buick Open.
After a 4-under par 68 in Thursday’s first round, Cashell ran into trouble Friday and finished with a
3-over 75. His 1-under 143 for two rounds was three behind the cut line of 4-under 140.
Reimold hits 10th homer
BALTIMORE -Nolan Reimold, from Bowling Green State University, hit his 10th home run of the season Friday
for Baltimore in the Orioles’ 6-5 loss to Boston.
Reimold was 1-for-4 in the game with two RBI and is hitting .286 for the season.
Jr. Bobcat baseball tryouts set
Tryouts for next season’s Bowling Green Junior Bobcat baseball teams will be held this month.
The 14-year-old tryouts are Sunday and Monday, the 13s are Aug. 8-9, the 12s are Aug. 15-16 and the 11s
are Aug. 22-23.
For more information or to register for the tryouts, call (419) 450-8115.
BGSU-Kent to compete for Centennial Cup
Bowling Green State University and Kent State University have decided to commemorate 100 years of
competition by going head-to-head in a friendly rivalry called the Centennial Cup Challenge.
"We are excited about the Centennial Cup Challenge," Bowling Green athletics director Greg
Christopher said. "It’s an opportunity to further the connection between two great institutions
with proud traditions. I know that our student-athletes, coaches and fans will rally around the
challenge when the Falcons and Golden Flashes face each other. The Centennial Cup will add to a strong
rivalry and we hope it’s something that will continue long-term."
Beginning with the football and volleyball contests slated for Oct. 10 as part of KSU’s Homecoming, the
competition will run through the remainder of the 2009-10 academic year before concluding with the 2010
football game at Bowling Green. Two points will be awarded for the head-to-head competitions in
football, men’s and women’s basketball, softball and volleyball and three in baseball. The other eight
sports will be worth one point each.
Points are awarded in a winner-take-all fashion, with the school winning each head-to-head meeting or
earning the higher Mid-American Conference championship finish receiving all points for the given
contest. Should the teams tie a regular season contest or achieve the same placing in a MAC
championship, the point will be split. Potential postseason (tournament) play will be considered when
determining the final total, with a point being awarded for each head-to-head meeting in MAC tournament
action. A minimum of 21 points is at stake in the rivalry series.
The winning school will be presented with the Centennial Cup at that school’s home men’s basketball game
against the Cup runner-up in the early part of 2011.