BOWLING GREEN — The Bowling Green State University hockey team tied Colgate 1-1 in overtime at the BG Ice Arena on Friday.
The Falcons are now 1-1-2 this season, while the Red Raiders are 2-1-1.
BG scored its lone goal when Bryce Williamson netted his third of the season at 13:35 of the first period.
Colgate got the equalizer when Mike McCann scored at 2:46 of the second period.
Tommy Burke finished with 19 saves for BG, while Eric Mihalik stopped 38 shots for the Red Raiders.
Southview High School assistant football coach Robert "Sonny" Paluch was dismissed from the coaching staff by athletic director Susan Felver Friday after Paluch was arrested for a ''drug related" offense Thursday.
Felver confirmed that she attempted to contact Paluch Friday morning, and that he called her Friday after he posted bond. At that time Felver advised Paluch that he was dismissed from the staff.
"He was a volunteer assistant and we are very disappointed," Felver said. "It's unfortunate that the kids have to see that. We're just going to move on and keep the kids' focus on football."
Felver said that Paluch joined head coach Jim Mayzes' staff last season.
"He apologized and said through me that he was sorry to the kids and the coaching staff for putting Southview under the radar," Felver said.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Mary Ellen Gillespie, Bowling Green State University’s associate athletics director for external relations, was named on Thursday as the director of intercollegiate athletics at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
Gillespie joined BG’s athletics department in 2006 as director of major gifts, and was promoted to assistant athletics director for development in 2007. She was again promoted to associate athletics director for external relations in June 2010.
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