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IPFW to square off with Bowling Green

IPFW forward Joe Reed, right, battles Notre Dame forward Jack Cooley for a loose ball earlier this season in South Bend. Reed and the Mastodons will host Bowling Green later this month in the Bracketbuster event.
IPFW forward Joe Reed, right, battles Notre Dame forward Jack Cooley for a loose ball earlier this season in South Bend. Reed and the Mastodons will host Bowling Green later this month in the Bracketbuster event.

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Mastodons to host Falcons in Bracketbuster

Monday, February 04, 2013 10:29 pm
IPFW will host a nearby and similar men's basketball program later this month in the Ramada Worldwide Bracketbuster.This year's event will be the final one in the program's history and the Mastodons will host Bowling Green on Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Coliseum.

The Falcons currently has an 8-13 record, and are 3-5 in the Mid-American Conference.

The teams have three common opponents from this season, IUPUI, Eastern Michigan and Miami (Ohio). Against those three teams, IPFW is 2-2 this season, while Bowling Green is 1-2.

Leading the way for Bowling Green are a pair of seniors, Jordan Crawford and A'uston Calhoun. Crawford leads the pair in scoring 15.9-to-15.5, while Chauncey Orr averages 7.4. Calhoun leads the team with a 7.7 rebound per game average, while Crawford has dished out 83 assists, more than three times more than any other player on the squad.

The Mastodons are currently 10-14 on the season.

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