Key1971 - page 452

Lacrosse
Bowling Green's lacrosse team put
together some achievements thissea-
son, which noother Falcon sport ever
came close to.
Enroute to the number eight spot
among the nation's best teams, Bowl¬
ing Green's stickers wontheMidwest
Lacrosse Conference, and finished
the season 9-0, the climax of which
was their 8-6 revenge victory over
Denison.
In that game the Falcons' defense
had an outstanding game, shackling
D nison's two All-American attack-
men, and holding them to their
lowest output in some time.
Their play this year brought four
Falcons All-American honors includ¬
ing Austin Brizendine-midfield,
1st
team; Joe Zimmerman-midfield,
2nd
eam; John Dohms-attack, honorable
m ntion; and
honorable mention.
These four were also All-Mid
as were Art Curtis-midfield; Jim N
city, Curt Kimball-defense; andSt
Sachse-attack.
Both Zimmermanand Dohmsplay
ed in the North-South All-Star
along with the rest of th
best lacrosse players.
John Dohms, honorable mention All-American attack for 1970, donated much enthusiasm and time to the Bowling Gr
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co-capt • B BURCH- L. DAVIDSON; A. HALPERIN; J. ZIMMERMAN; R. LIEBERFARB.
ROW TWO:
TERS asst coach- E. ANDREWS; H. AUGUSTINE; B. BRANDMAN; C. BUKSAR; B. CHAFF
CURTIS- D HASKELL: ). HORNEY; S. GIARRUSO; E. ELLIS; P. FRASER; D. SHON, trainer;
GAWALUCK- T VOGTSBERGER; B. TATE; J. ZANFARDINO; T. MESSEMER; E. GOLDSTONE; T. CAMERO
RIGO- G REID- K KIMBALL- D. BEREB; J. POLSON; D. HARRIMAN; D. BROWN; R. LEHMAN, mgr.
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