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Dave Dyminski was a mainstay on BGSU soccer teams in the early 1970's which compiled a 25-13-5 record during a period of time when collegiate teams were playing only 10 matches per season. In addition, Dyminski helped the Falcons earn a spot in the NCAA Tournament in both 1972 and 1973, the first NCAA appearances by the program.

A halfback and fullback on Falcon teams during his career, Dyminski was a first team All-Ohio choice in each of his final three seasons and an All-Midwest selection, earning first team honors as a senior. He is one of only six players in the history of the program to earn All-America honors, as an honrable mention in 1972 and with second team honors in 1973.

The top defensive player in the state as a senior, Dyminski ranked no lower than fourth on the team in scoring in any of his four seasons, concluding his career with 17 goals and nine assists. The Webster, N.Y. native was also the campus badminton champion all four years he attended Bowling Green.

Following graduation, Dyminski was a second round selection of the Rochester Lancers of the North American Soccer League, but he elected not to play.

(Information on this page courtesy the BGSU Sports Information office, appearing in the September 17, 1994 BG Football game program.)

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