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Published: Saturday, 11/16/2013 - Updated: 11 months ago

BG women top Niagara; BG men lose to S. Florida

BGSU's JD Tisdale goes over South Florida's Corey Allen Jr. for two points during basketball game at the BGSU Stroh Center in Bowling Green. BGSU's JD Tisdale goes over South Florida's Corey Allen Jr. for two points during basketball game at the BGSU Stroh Center in Bowling Green.
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Short-handed BG dropped by S. Florida

The Bowling Green State University men’s basketball team found itself short-handed for its game against South Florida Friday night.

An injury to starter Chauncey Orr, along with injuries that have kept players such as Craig Sealey and Zack Denny off the court, limited the Falcons to just eight scholarship players — three of whom played at least 37 minutes.

That lack of depth was a key factor in BG’s 75-61 loss to the Bulls at the Stroh Center.

Click here to view a gallery from the men's game. 

 

BGSU's Erica Donovan and Niagara's Val McQuade during basketball game at the BGSU Stroh Center in Bowling Green. BGSU's Erica Donovan and Niagara's Val McQuade during basketball game at the BGSU Stroh Center in Bowling Green.
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BG offense shares the wealth in explosion over Niagara

The Bowling Green State University women’s basketball team used defense to win its first two games this season.

Friday night the Falcons turned to the offense, and contributions throughout the lineup led to a 90-58 romp over Niagara at the Stroh Center.

All nine player who saw action scored for BG, and five reached double figures as the team improved to 3-0 on the season.

Click here to view a gallery from the women's game. 



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