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In the jumbled environment of enclosed communication due to the coronavirus, organized sports have taken a back seat. Unable to perform the usual daily habits in the locker room or practice, BGSU hockey is aiming to grow together while remaining isolated. Read more

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On March 12, the NCAA announced all winter and spring sport championships were canceled due to concerns over the coronavirus. This decision led to the cancellation of the NCAA Diving Zones, which featured two student-athletes from BGSU. Read more

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Leading the Bowling Green Falcons hockey team on the ice this season was senior defenseman and captain Alec Rauhauser. Rauhauser, standing six feet and 215 pounds, racked up 11 goals and 35 points in 38 games this season from the blue line. His hard work over the past four years as a Falcon …

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After sitting out all of last season due to injury, senior forward Andrea Cecil announced via Twitter that she would be leaving the BGSU women’s basketball program for her final year of eligibility. 

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BGSU hockey captain Alec Rauhauser has signed an NHL contract with the Florida Panthers after his senior season. Over the past four years, he became one of BGSU’s great point-producing defensemen and is the first of his graduating class to sign a pro deal.

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The remaining games of the 2020 WCHA postseason tournament have been canceled. Continuing the trend throughout sports, the WCHA announced the cancellation Thursday as a response to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

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Red-hot BGSU hockey enters the WCHA semifinal round playing some of their best hockey of the season. Their sweep of Alaska Fairbanks pushed their unbeaten streak to 10 games and their average goal output in that span to 3.8, but they now match up with the one of the more defensively responsi…

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The remainder of the Mid-American Conference men’s and women’s basketball tournaments have been canceled in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19).

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No. 5 BGSU hockey is on their way to the semifinals of the WCHA postseason tournament after a 3-2 win and sweep of No. 4 Alaska Fairbanks. Max Johnson and Brandon Kruse each collected three points in the win, giving Kruse five points in the two-game series.