Tag: BGSU Men’s Basketball
BGSU basketball adds transfer Jason Spurgin
The Bowling Green State University men’s basketball program and head coach Todd Simon announced the signing of Jason Spurgin on Wednesday.
Todd Simon takes over BGSU men’s basketball
Todd Simon, the head coach at Southern Utah for the past seven years, is the new head men’s basketball coach at Bowling Green State University, Director of Athletics Derek van der Merwe announced Wednesday.
BGSU fires head men’s basketball coach
Bowling Green State University announced Sunday in a press release that they fired head men’s basketball coach Michael Huger after 8 seasons with the school.
Rockets challenged, but down Falcons, 91-86
Basketball is a game of streaks, and that goes for wins and losses too.
Falcons blow lead, fall to Chippewas, 77-74
Bowling Green State University men’s basketball let a double-digit lead slip away in the final 4:35, falling to Central Michigan, 77-74, at the Stroh Center Tuesday.
Hot-shooting Ball State downs Falcons, 93-72
MUNCIE, Ind. - The Bowling Green State University men’s basketball program fell to the Ball State Cardinals on Saturday by a score of 93-72.
Flashes control boards in 87-64 win over Falcons
KENT, Ohio — An early 14-0 run by the Kent State men’s basketball team pushed the Golden Flashes out to an 18-5 advantage and KSU was able to maintain their lead through the end of the game, taking an 87-64 win over Bowling Green.
Turnovers doom Falcons in 91-77 loss to Rockets
TOLEDO — Like Toledo basketball coach Tod Kowalczyk says, when a college team commits just five turnovers, they are usually playing a deliberate brand of basketball. Not in the Rockets’ case.
Ayers’ 24 points lead Falcons past Chippewas, 83-61
MOUNT PLEASANT, Mich. — The Bowling Green State University men’s basketball program picked up their second consecutive win Tuesday night, defeating the Central Michigan Chippewas 83-61 in Mount Pleasant.
Defense kicks in during Falcons’ 83-73 win over RedHawks
Bowling Green 6-foot-5 senior guard Leon Ayers III scored a game-high 31 points, but what was even more important to Ayers was the Falcons’ defensive effort in an 83-73 Mid-American Conference victory over Miami at the Stroh Center Saturday.