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Temple Owls earn 1,800th win against Bowling Green, 75-57

(courtesy Temple U)

The Temple Owls Men’s Basketball program earned the 1,800th win in its history, becoming the sixth school to reach that milestone in beating Bowling Green in a nonconference game, 75-57.

The other schools with at least 1,800 wins includes: Kentucky, North Carolina, Kansas, Duke and Syracuse.

The Owls improve to 10-2 while the Falcons drop to 5-8.

Jake O’Brien scored a career-high 15 points to lead five players in double figures scoring for Temple.

BGSU was led by A’uston Calhoun with 22 points.

 

 

Info compiled from Temple University Sports Information

Woods leads Bowling Green over UMass, 24-0

 

Bowling Green’s Dwayne Woods returned an interception 48 yards for a touchdown, one of four by the defense in its 24-0 whitewashing with the Massachusetts Minutemen.

Dwayne Woods

With the win, the Falcons improve to 5-3, 3-1 in the MAC.

UMass drops to 0-7, 0-4 in the MAC.

 

Info & photo coutesy of Bowling Green Sports Information

Indiana hires BGSU’s Miller to lead struggling women’s program

 

Curt Miller (courtesy of BGSU athletics)

The Indiana Hoosiers trying to move on from a 6-24 season from former coach Felisha Legette-Jack, have hired Bowling Green’s Curt Miller to lead the women’s team.

Miller went 258-92 in 11 years with the Falcons with a 135-41 record in the Mid-American Conference.

Miller and the Bowling Green Falcons have been the benchmark program in the MAC where he was named Coach of the Year 6 times, won the regular season title 8 years in a row from 2005-2012 and made 8 straight postseason appearances in a row since 2005, NCAA (5), WNIT (3).

Miller’s best year was 31-4 in 2006 with a Sweet 16 appearance.

Miller before becoming a head coach was an assistant at Colorado State, Cleveland State and Syracuse.

 

Info compiled from Bowling Green State University & Indiana University news

Michigan shuts out OSU before season-high 9,828 fans at VCA

 

(courtesy of University of Michigan via wikipedia commons)

Eventhough the Ohio State Buckeyes hockey team has gotten off to a solid start in the current CCHA season, the Michigan Wolverines is still the team to beat if they want to be league champions.

With Gordon “Red” Berensen on the bench since 1984, spanning 28 seasons and has a record of 743-346-75 and will always have the Wolverines in CCHA contention.

Michigan is working on a 22nd straight NCAA Tournament appearance.

Before a Friday night crowd of 9,828 at Value City Arena,  Michigan showed that they are the team to beat, by scoring twice in the first period on their way to a 4-0 win over the shocked Buckeyes.

Before the game, OSU was in first-place and ranked #2 in the nation.

The win by Michigan (13-8-4, 7-6-4-1 CCHA) have more experienced team than OSU, with 10 players on their roster who have been drafted by NHL teams.

Ohio State plays eight freshmen and are getting their feet wet with on-the-job-training in the rugged Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Michigan, who got off to a slow start, has been playing well in its last eight games at 6-0-2. Ohio State, lost last weekend to Bowling Green in back-to-back shootouts.

 

Info compiled from University of Michigan & Ohio State athletics news

Western Kentucky fires McDonald due to weird play, declining attendance & program’s lack of progress

 

Ken McDonald (courtesy of Western Kentucky athletics)

Most media reports out of the Western Kentucky city of Bowling Green stated that head basketball coach Ken McDonald was fired recently due to a weird play at the end of an overtime loss to Louisiana-Lafayette, 72-70 when the Ragin’ Cajuns scored with six players on the court and the Hilltoppers coach should’ve but did not notice.

But athletic director Ross Bjork said the team is struggling at 5-11, needs a “new voice”, attendance is declining and the respect has to be restored.

He has appointed assistant coach Ray Harper as the interim coach the rest of the season.

The Sun Belt Conference did confirm that the Ragin’ Cajuns did use six players, but the score stands.

McDonald, who is 41, leaves with a three-year record of 67-49.

 

Info compiled from Radio, TV & Western Kentucky news

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