BGSU's Comiskey, Scheps Sweep Scholar Athlete of the Week Honors

Updated 11/13/2013
Male Scholar Athlete of the Week: November 4-10
Bowling Green: Ryan Comiskey 
Ryan Comiskey (Soccer, Forward, Senior, 3.70, Early childhood education)
Bowling Green senior forward Ryan Comiskey ended his career with a bang, scoring a total of four goals as BG posted a win and a tie in two games last week.  Comiskey had the first two-goal game of his career in Tuesday’s 8-0 win over IPFW. Then, he had the second such game in his career – and his second in as many games – in the Falcons’ 3-3, double-overtime draw at West Virginia.  Against IPFW, Comiskey led all players and shattered his previous career bests with nine total shots and five shots on goal.  He scored the Falcons’ second goal of the game in the 18th minute, then scored BG’s fourth goal in the 58th minute.  At WVU, Comiskey twice gave the Falcons the lead, scoring the first goal of the night with just 2:54 gone, then giving the Brown and Orange a 2-1 lead at the 22:45 mark. Comiskey ended the season as the Falcons’ scoring leader, with team-best totals of six goals and 13 points.  In MAC matches, he led the Falcons in both categories (three goals and six points) despite missing one of the team’s league matches. Comiskey finished his BG career with totals of 12 goals, four assists and 28 points in 67 matches.  He scored two goals in each of his first three seasons before matching his previous career total with the six goals this year.
 
Female Scholar Athlete of the Week: November 4-10
Bowling Green: Joelle Scheps 
Joelle Scheps (Swimming, Senior, 4.000, Individualized Business)
Senior swimmer Joelle Scheps won two individual events and was part of a relay victory in Bowling Green's 150-130 loss at Oakland Friday. Scheps won the 100 butterfly in 57.69 seconds and also posted a victory in the 200 individual medley with a time of 2:07.37. She anchored the 400 freestyle relay team that posted a season-best time of 3:29.69 to win that event and post the second-best time in the MAC this year.