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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, 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 caught a pass in 37 consecutive games (including bowl games) to equal the school record.
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.
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 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.
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 was an outstanding center on the 1928-31 BG football teams.
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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