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  • Looking back over 20,000 points of BG football

    Bowling Green’s football program surpassed the 20,000-point plateau Wednesday, November 11, 2015.

  • Andy Tracy

    Andy Tracy, a native of Bowling Green, Ohio, is the top home-run hitter in BGSU baseball history, with 45 in his career.

  • Paul David Talkington Jr.

    Paul David Talkington Jr. is a native of Bergholz, Ohio. He earned three letters in track (67, 68, 69) and cross country (66, 67, 68) during his career.

  • Mark Szlachcic

    Mark Szlachcic caught a pass in 37 consecutive games (including bowl games) to equal the school record.

  • Andrea Szekeley

    Andrea (Szekely) Burton, a Bowling Green native, burst onto the collegiate scene quickly, setting three MAC records in her freshman season, in the 100 yard butterfly, 200 fly and the 200 freestyle.

  • Fred Sturt

    Following his second team All-MAC selection in 1971 with a first team nod his senior year, Fred Sturt was also named Team co-MVP in 1972.

  • Tom Stubbs

    Tom Stubbs was a freestyler as an athlete, helping Bowling Green to a 28-8 record his last three seasons, and later coaching seven MAC championship teams at BG.

  • Claitus Stough

    While Claitus Stough was a member of the first football team at Bowling Green, most of his major accomplishments came as a member of the basketball team.

  • Clifford Stevenson

    Clifford Stevenson was an outstanding center on the 1928-31 BG football teams.

  • John Spengler

    John Spengler, a four-year letterwinner in both golf and football (as a placekicker), was the first Bowling Green State University golfer to be inducted into the Athletic Hall of Fame.

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