Found December 03, 2011 on
The Falcons travel to Bowling Green (KY) tomorrow to take on the WKU Hilltoppers. BG has played only one true road game this year, but is about to find out how it can do on the road, as 6 of the next 7 games are away from the Stroh Center.Last year, WKU was a .500 team, and they had some pretty serious losses from that team--3 seniors who were their top 3 in rebounding and in scoring. They did win a very ugly game at Anderson Arena last season, beating the Falcons 59-52 in a game that featured 49 turnovers and 29 by the Hilltoppers. BG shot 30% and had a dreadful .73 points per possession. The loss coincided with a low point in the Falcon fortunes, one that had me wondering if we had made any progress at since since Dakich left.For his part, WKU's coach was livid despite the win and said they he didn't want to see anyone "smiling" in the WKU locker room.Thankfully, this is a new year. They were picked to finish 3rd in the Sun Belt East in the conference poll, ...
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In a game that was remarkably similar to last year's game between these two teams in BG, the Falcons failed to follow up on their Temple win with a road victory over a beatable team.Obviously, I wasn't there. It certainly sounded like one of those games we have seen over the years from our team, where we just can't get the ball into the basket. BG's offense scored...
Four players had a goal and an assist and senior blueliner Matt Crandell had three helpers as No. 16 MSU downed Bowling Green, 5-1, in the first game of a two-game set at Munn Ice Arena. The Spartans improve to 9-5-1, ( 5-4-0 CCHA), and are unbeaten in their last three games. Drew Palmisano made 21 saves.
Dean Chelios, Lee Reimer, and Greg Wolfe all finished with a goal and an assist as Michigan State completed a sweep of Bowling Green, 4-1, on Saturday at Munn Ice Arena. MSU improves to 10-5-1 on the season, and is now 6-4-0 in the CCHA.
Dean Chelios and Lee Reimer each had a goal and an assist to lead No. 16 Michigan State past Bowling Green, 4-1, in a Central Collegiate Hockey Association game tonight in East Lansing.