Sports Briefs: 11-09

BGSU men’s soccer wins
Cameron Hepple scored two goals, his ninth and 10th of the season, to help Bowling Green’s men’s soccer
team defeat Florida Atlantic, 3-0 Saturday.
Byard Ebling also scored for the Falcons.
Dylan Schoettley made seven saves in earning the shutout. He assisted on Hepple’s second goal.
Florida Atlantic is an affiliate member of the Mid-American Conference for men’s soccer. BG finished the
regular season 3-12-3 overall and 2-3-1 in the MAC.
BGSU volleyball wins
Bowling Green’s volleyball team rallied for a five-set victory over Northern Illinois Saturday in
Mid-American Conference volleyball play. BG is 11-18 overall and 4-10 in the MAC.
NIU won the first two sets, 25-22, 25-5 before BG rallied 25-21, 25-13, 15-7 to earn the victory.
BG’s leaders were: Emily Kauth, 14 kills, four blocks; Corey Domek, 14 kills, three aces; Shari Luther,
12 kills, four blocks; Allison Kearney, 46 assists, 16 digs; Kaitlin Jackson, 15 digs, five block
assists; and Alex Zlabis, 24 digs.
BGSU swimmers go 1-1
Bowling Green’s women’s swimming team went 1-1 over the weekend, beating Ohio, 148-146, on Friday and
dropping a 165-129 decision to Miami on Saturday.
Meg Richardson had a strong meet Saturday for the Falcons. She won the 50 (24.05) and 100 freestyle
(53.21). She also swan on the winning 200 medley and 800 freestyle relay teams.
Also winning for BG were: Emily Bennet, 200 freestyle (1:53.71); Vicky Yu, 200 butterfly (2:07.70); and
Emily Waller, 500 freestyle (5:06.21).
Jamie Akenberger, a Bowling Green High School graduate, was a member of the winning 800 freestyle relay
team. She was also third in the 200 backstroke. Katie Womack, from BGHS, was fourth in the 200 breast
stroke and 400 individual medley.
On Friday, BG edged Ohio by finishing first and third in the 400 freetstyle relay, the final event of the
meet. Bennet, Richardson, Waller and Carrie Enright were members of the winning relay team, finishing
the race in 3:30.75.
Also winning for BG were: Bennet, 200 freestyle (1:53.11) and 50 freestyle (24.08); Yu, 200 butterfly
(2:06.43); Alexis Kain, 100 breast stroke (1:06.72); Amanda Rom, 200 breast stroke (2:25.72); and Megan
Bomicino, 1,000 freestyle (10:32.61).
BG also won the 400 medley relay.
Akenberger swan on the third-place 400 freestyle relay team and was third in the 100 freestyle and fourth
in the 200 backstroke. Womack was third in the 200 IM, fourth in the 200 breast stroke and fifth in the
100 breast stroke.