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This summary of extraordinary athletic accomplishments by our student-athletes in the past year, includes everything from MAC championship play to Falcon Football’s big win over Toledo to notable individual performances across a broad spectrum of the 18 sports in which we compete at the Division I level.
Bill Frack, a dedicated supporter of Falcon Men’s Basketball for 60 years, heard his last rendition of Ay Ziggy Zoomba in 2014, but the major gift he presented to the BGSU program prior to his death has kept Frack a very active and integral part of the team.
As highly accomplished student-athletes, Kaila Butler, Talisa Lemke and Jovannah East were prepared to turn in their best seasons yet. All three had the goal of competing nationally in the post season, but these aspirations were cut short due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite these season-ending disappointments, Lemke and East leave BGSU with their heads held high with exceptional academic performances and championship-level athletic accomplishments, while Butler looks forward to the coming season.
For many former Falcon student-athletes who have settled into careers in the healthcare profession or as first responders, their work has put them on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. They have leaned on their experiences on very different fields of play to help them adjust and answer the challenges of the pandemic.
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For Falcon student-athletes who are accustomed to welcoming spring as a time of intense competition, the coronavirus initially left them feeling frustrated and discouraged. But as a group and individually, they shifted their attention to “next” season, planning to intensify their preparation and ride a wave of optimism.
Updated: 11/13/2020 08:57AM