Bowling Green University men's team is on a tour of the United Kingdom, and logged a nice win to start things off.
It’s been a difficult season for Bowling Green.
The Falcons don’t normally lose games in their conference, and yet they lost twice to conference opponents, including a contentious 33-29 decision against Western Michigan, and a 51-29 loss to Cincinnati two weeks ago.
So going into this weekend’s semifinals and final, BGSU had some work to do to get back on top.
Two conference champions were crowned on Sunday in men's DI college rugby in dramatic fashion, as Syracuse won the Empire and Bowling Green won the MAC in games that went down to the wire.
Two of the Midwest’s oldest rivals went at it tooth and nail on Saturday with Bowling Green State University dominating Ohio State in a 44 – 22 victory at Bowling Green’s College Park Rugby Field.
While a variety of conferences kick off this weekend, several prominent college programs are finding a little extra competition outside of the conference structure.
Bowling Green drew first blood in the initial offering of a series of sevens tournaments that will fill the Midwest playing schedule over the next two plus months. The Falcons defeated 13th ranked University of Michigan in a see-saw battle by a score of 27-22 to win the College Clash Invitational.
Highlights from the thrilling AIC v Bowling Green ACRC Bowl November 22.
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In a game that completely and utterly delivered on what was promised, ECRC conference champs American International College defeated MAC champions Bowling Green 46-40 in their ACRC Bowl Se
American International College is an athletic and balanced rugby team that won all of its league games this season.
After entering the season as conference favorites, Bowling Green capped off an undefeated Mid American Rugby Conference season with two victories this weekend.
The Falcons beat Miami of Ohio soundly 53-13 on Saturday to win their semifinal and set up a meeting in the final with Western Michigan, who beat Dayton 17-12.
The Mid-America Conference final is set after Bowling Green cruised by Miami and Western Michigan pulled off a mild upset over Dayton.
Bowling Green won big over most of their competition this year and so beating Miami 53-13 was no big surprise. But Western Michigan, which lost to Dayton earlier in the season, raised some eyebrows with a 17-12 defeat of Dayton Saturday.