BGSU women fall to Central Michigan 81-48 in 3rd round

3/15/2013
BY JOHN WAGNER
BLADE STAFF WRITER
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The Champions Court at the Stroh Center, BGSU's new basketball facility that will open next fall.

The Blade/Jeremy Wadsworth

CLEVELAND -- The Bowling Green State University women's basketball team suffered an 81-48 loss to Central Michigan in the third round of the Mid-American Conference tournament at Quicken Loans Arena today.

With the victory, the fourth-seeded Chippewas advance to the semifinals of the tournament, where they will face top-seeded Toledo Friday in a noon start.

Alexis Rogers had 14 points to lead the fifth-seeded Falcons, who fell to 22-10, while Jill Stein had 10.

Crystal Bradford scored 23 points to top Central Michigan (19-11), while Brandie Baker had 14 points and Jessica Schroll 10.