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Published: 9/10/2011 - Updated: 2 years ago


Stroh Center Dedication

Bowling Green State University dedicated the Stroh Center, the $40 million facility that will host the schools' basketball and volleyball teams, on Sept. 9, 2011. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Visitors check out the bricks and falcon sculpture outside before the dedication of the Stroh Center at Bowling Green State University. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Visitors check out the bricks and falcon sculpture outside before the dedication of the Stroh Center at Bowling Green State ...
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Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, President of BGUS, high-fives students during the dedication of the Stroh Center. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, President of BGUS, high-fives students during the dedication of the Stroh Center.
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Kermit Stroh gets a hug from Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, president of Bowling Green State University. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kermit Stroh gets a hug from Dr. Mary Ellen Mazey, president of Bowling Green State University.
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Kermit Stroh gave $8 million, the largest gift in BGSU history. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kermit Stroh gave $8 million, the largest gift in BGSU history.
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Kermit Stroh leads the crowd in the fight song during the facility dedication. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Kermit Stroh leads the crowd in the fight song during the facility dedication.
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William Enlarge | Buy This Photo William "Bill" Frack high-fives students during the dedication of the Stroh Center. Frack donated $2 million to the facility....
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Larry Miles, from left, Allen Schmidthorst and William Enlarge | Buy This Photo Larry Miles, from left, Allen Schmidthorst and William "Bill" Frack attend the dedication of the Stroh Center. Miles gave $1 ...
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After the dedication, the Falcons volleyball team made the first event in the new building a memorable one by upsetting unbeaten Michigan State in front of 2,961 fans. Enlarge | Buy This Photo After the dedication, the Falcons volleyball team made the first event in the new building a memorable one by upsetting ...
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