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Angie Bonner

Angie Bonner was a four-year letterwinner for the Falcons and earned a spot on the MAC All-Freshman team in 1987. She was a second team All-MAC selection and honorable mention academic pick as a sophomore after finishing eighth in the MAC in rebounding and first in field goal percentage (57.0%). As a junior, she was third on the team with a 13.0 scoring average while leading the squad with an 8.1 rebounding figure to earn second team All-MAC honors and first team MAC All-Academic accolades.

The Canton, Ohio native, who came to BGSU from Timken High School was 15th in the MAC in scoring, seventh in rebounding, sixth in field goal percentage (53.3%), and second in blocks as a junior. In 1990, she led the team averaging 15.4 points and 8.0 rebounds as a senior. She was a unanimous first team All-MAC selection and also a first team academic pick. Bonner was selected as the MAC Tournament MVP. She helped BG to a 100-22 overall record and a 58-6 MAC record in her four seasons as well as four MAC Tournament titles along with four NCAA Tournament appearances.

Bonner, a 6-2 center, ended her career fifth on the BG list in scoring (1,412), second in field goal percentage (55.7%), first in free throw attempts (555), second in free throws made (354), third in rebounds (842) and first in blocks (155). She was selected to the BGSU All-Century Women’s Basketball Team during the 1999-2000 season, and was elected to the BG Athletic Hall of Fame in July 2000.

She earned an NCAA postgraduate scholarship in 1990 and graduated with an MBA and law degree from Ohio State in 1994.

(Information on this page was compiled from a bgsufalcons.com press release, July 12, 2000.)

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