Sports Briefs: 12-05-14

Bill Frack Challenge set
The Bowling Green State University athletic department announced the inaugural Bill Frack Challenge will
be held Dec. 13 when the Falcons men’s basketball team hosts Cleveland State at 4 p.m.
Each year, one Bowling Green men’s basketball game will be named after Frack, who died May 28.
Before his death Frack donated approximately $20 million to the men’s basketball program.
College update
Quinn Donaldson, a 2013 Bowling Green High School graduate, had 50 catches for 812 yards and 10
touchdowns for Johns Hopkins University this season.
He held the sixth-ranked Blue Jays to an undefeated regular season and a Centennial Conference
Donaldson, majoring in economics and minoring in entrepreneurship, was the first Johns Hopkins receiver
to catch two touchdown passes in a playoff game.
BG rifle team wins
Bowling Green’s rifle team beat Tiffin 1,400-1,088 to move to 2-1 this season.
Mike Sayen led BG with a 285, while Bob Schwiebert added a 282. Kira Miller and Norbert Norden each had a
278 and Don Link had a 277. Richard Dittman and Jerry Milnor also fired.
Carlisle, Groves named national POTW
Darren Groves and LaKayra Carlisle of the Owens Community College men’s and women’s basketball teams,
respectively, earned national player of the week honors for the NJCAA Division II.
Groves helped the No. 12 Express men to a win last week with 29 points and 28 rebounds. Carlisle led the
No. 5 Express women scoring a combined 30 points and collecting 29 rebounds in two games.