Bowling Green Falcons
Bowling Green Falcons
Institution: Bowling Green State University
Location: Bowling Green, OH
School founded: 1910
Enrollment: 22,882
President: Dr. Carol Cartwright
Athletic Director: Gregg Christopher
Colors: Orange and Brown
Home Arena: BGSU Ice Arena
Capacity: 5,000
Dimensions: 200'x85'
Men's Team
Conference: Central Collegiate Hockey Association
Coach: Chris Bergeron
Conf. Championships: 1973, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1988
NCAA Championships: 1984

The Bowling Green Falcons ice hockey team is the hockey team that represents Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. The school's team currently competes in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. The team last played in the NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey Tournament in 1990. The Falcons have won one Frozen Four NCAA Division I championship, coming in 1984, defeating the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs in the longest championship game in the tournaments history. The current men's head coach is former Miami RedHawks player and assistant coach Chris Bergeron.

Season-by-season resultsEdit

This is a partial list of the last five seasons completed by the Falcons. For the full season-by-season history, see Bowling Green Falcons men's ice hockey seasons

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses

Records as of March 29, 2008.

Season GP W L T Finish Playoffs
2003–04 38 11 18 9 9th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (OSU)
2004–05 36 16 16 4 5th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (UAF)
2005–06 38 13 23 2 12th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (UNO)
2006–07 38 7 29 2 12th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (UNO)
2007–08 39 18 21 0 T-7th, CCHA Lost in CCHA Quarterfinals, 0–2 (MIA)
2008–09 38 11 24 3 12th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (OSU)
2009–10 26 5 25 6 11th, CCHA Lost in CCHA 1st Round, 0–2 (UNO)


2010–11 roster Edit

As of July 27, 2010. [1]

# State Player Catches Year Hometown Previous Team
1 Flag of British Columbia Andrew Hammond L Sophomore Surrey, British Columbia Vernon (BCHL)
31 Flag of Michigan Nick Eno (BUF) L Junior Howell, Michigan Green Mtn. (EJHL)
Flag of Manitoba Scott Zacharias L Freshman Winnipeg, Manitoba Pembroke (CHL)
# State Player Shoots Year Hometown Previous Team
2 Flag of Minnesota Ryan Peltoma R Sophomore Brainerd, Minnesota North Iowa (NAHL)
8 Flag of Michigan Ian Ruel R Sophomore Ann Arbor, Michigan Omaha (USHL)
15 Flag of Ontario Andrew Krelove R Senior Thunder Bay, Ontario Des Moines (USHL)
23 Flag of Michigan Max Grover R Sophomore Kentwood, Michigan Sioux Falls (USHL)
25 Flag of Washington Reed Rushing R Sophomore Seattle, Washington Marquette (NAHL)
28 Flag of Michigan Robert Shea R Sophomore Harrison Township, Michigan Green Bay (USHL)
Flag of Michigan Mike Montrose Freshman Howell, Michigan Tri-City (USHL)
Flag of Colorado Justin Sloat Freshman Louisville, Colorado Owatonna (NAHL)
# State Player Shoots Year Hometown Previous Team
5 Flag of Wisconsin David Solway L Senior Green Bay, Wisconsin Sioux Falls (USHL)
6 Flag of Michigan Jerry Freismuth L Sophomore Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan Alexandria (NAHL)
10 Flag of Illinois Marc Rodriguez L Sophomore Aurora, Illinois Sioux Falls (USHL)
11 Flag of Ontario Wade Finegan R Senior Toronto, Ontario Georgetown (OPJHL)
13 Flag of Quebec Nathan Pageau L Sophomore Gatineau, Quebec Hamilton (OJHL)
17 Flag of Ontario James McIntosh L Junior Holland Landing, Ontario Stouffville (OPJHL)
20 Flag of Ontario Cameron Sinclair L Junior Windsor, Ontario Surrey (BCHL)
21 Flag of Connecticut Jordan Samuels-Thomas (ATL) L Sophomore Windsor, Connecticut Waterloo (USHL)
22 Flag of Minnesota Brennan Vargas L Junior Coon Rapids, Minnesota Burnaby (BCHL)
Flag of Minnesota Michael Fink L Freshman Minnetonka, Minnesota Des Moines (USHL)
Flag of California Brett Mohler R Freshman Anaheim, California Tri-City (USHL)
Flag of Ontario Chad Sumsion L Freshman Woodstock, Ontario Newmarket (CCHL)
Flag of British Columbia Ryan Viselli R Freshman Windsor, Ontario Penticton (BCHL)
Flag of Nova Scotia Andrew Wallace L Freshman Bedford, Nova Scotia Surrey (BCHL)
Flag of Alberta Bryce Williamson R Freshman Seba Beach, Alberta St. Albert (AJHL)
Flag of Michigan Camden Wojtala Freshman Trenton, Michigan Omaha (USHL)

Award winners Edit

National Edit

Hobey Baker Award winners Edit

Hobey Baker Award finalists Edit

All-Americans Edit

Olympians Edit

Brian Stankiewicz (Austria)

Central Collegiate Hockey Association Edit

Coach of the Year Edit

Player of the Year Edit

Tournament MVP Edit

  • 1988: Paul Connell
  • 1983: Mike David

School records Edit


  • Most goals in a career: Jamie Wansbrough, 127 (1982–86)
  • Most assists in a career: Nelson Emerson, 182 (1986–90)
  • Most points in a career: Nelson Emerson, 294 (1986–90)
  • Most penalty minutes in a career: Matt Ruchty, 474 (1987–91)
  • Most points in a career, defenseman: Scott Paluch, 169 (1984–88)
  • Most wins in a career, Gary Kruzich, 88 (1983–87)
  • Most shutouts in a career, Tyler Masters, 7 (1999–03)



  • Most goals in a season: Bob Dobek, 44 (1973–74)
  • Most assists in a season: Bob Dobek/Paul Ysebaert, 58 (1974–75)/(1986–87)
  • Most points in a season: Brian Hills, 94 (1982–83)
  • Most points in a season, defenseman: Garry Galley, 67 (1983–84)
  • Most wins in a season: Wally Charko, 32 (1978–79)
  • Most shutouts in a season: Tyler Masters/Jimmy Spratt, 3 (2000–01)/(2008–09)
  • Most power play goals in a season: Don Barber, 21 (1986–87)


  • Most wins in a season: 37 (1978–79)
  • Most overtime games in a season: 11 (1991–92)/(2003–04)
  • Longest overall unbeaten streak: 23 (11/10/1978–1/6/1979)



  • Most goals in a game: Mike Hartman/Jack Laine/Jamie Wansbrough, 5 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976)/(vs Ohio State, 2/25/1977)/(vs Notre Dame, 3/4/1983)
  • Most assists in a game: Brian Hills, 7 (vs Ferris State, 1/15/1982)
  • Most points in a game: Mike Hall, 8 (vs Alaska-Fairbanks, 11/23/1995)


  • Most goals in a game: 15, 4 times (last time: vs Illinois-Chicago, 1/29/1983)
  • Most goals in a period: 10 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976 & vs Notre Dame, 11/26/1982)
  • Most assists in a period: 18 (vs SUNY-Buffalo, 2/20/1976)

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See also Edit


External links Edit

Central Collegiate Hockey Association

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