In Game

The state-of-the-art Stroh Center is the newest venue in the MAC and an excellent place to take in a college hoops game. The facility offers an intimate atmosphere that is reminiscent of the Falcons basketball team’s previous facility Anderson Arena. No matter where you’re sitting, you’ll feel like you’re right on top of the action when attending a game at the Stroh Center.

In addition to providing a cozy atmosphere, the Stroh Center also does an outstanding job of showing off the history of the Falcons basketball program and the athletics department. Above the court, you’ll see a variety of banners honoring the best teams and athletes in Falcons history, and if that’s not enough Falcons history for you, the Stroh Center is also home to the Bowling Green Hall of Fame.

Those of you looking to grab a bite to eat or something to drink after the game will want to check out downtown Bowling Green. Downtown is home to several Bowling Green student favorites including Mr. Spots, Reverend’s, and Pollyeyes. There’s a lot to check out downtown making it the perfect place to stop for some post game entertainment.

You’ll have a great time visiting Bowling Green where the new arena and downtown festivities create a fun experience you’ll want to re-live soon.

Things to check out

Falcon Spirit Plaza

Stop by the Falcon Spirit Plaza outside the main entrance to see the world’s largest bronze falcon statue. The statue weighs 2 tons and is a must-see for anyone attending a game at the Stroh Center.

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Bowling Green Hall of Fame

Take some time to check out the Bowling Green Hall of Fame and learn more about the history of Bowling Green athletics. The Hall of Fame is home to a variety of artifacts, which change every so often, so even if you’ve been before stop by and see the new entries.

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Above the court are banners honoring the Falcons basketball history. While Bowling Green hasn’t been to the NCAA Tournament since 1968, there are plenty of banners to see as the Falcons were regular contenders during the 1960s. Take a peek at the banners to remember the glory days of Bowling Green basketball.

Tradition Mural

Make sure to check out the Bowling Green tradition mural when attending a game at the Stroh Center. The mural does an excellent job of showcasing all three sports that call the Stroh Center home.

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Freddie and Frieda

These two falcon mascots can be seen entertaining the crowd on the sidelines of every Bowling Green basketball game. One of the more unique traditions involving this pair of mascots is that they throw bubble gum, so keep your eyes peeled for them so you can snag a piece.

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The Bowling Green cheer squad keeps the fans pumped up throughout the game. The cheerleaders perform a variety of routines and are a can’t miss, so join in on the cheers to show off your Falcons pride.

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Fight Songs

  1. Forward Falcons

    The official fight song for Bowling Green.

  2. Ay Ziggy Zoomba

    Ay Ziggy Zoomba is Bowling Green’s unofficial fight song. Gilbert Fox, an Air Force bombardier in World War II, brought a loose translation of a Zulu war chant back with him, and since its introduction in 1946 to a campus spirit assembly, it has kept its place in BGSU history.

    Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Zoomba
    Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Ze
    Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Zoomba
    Ay Ziggy Zoomba Zoomba Ze

    Roll along you BG warriors
    Roll along and win for BGSU!

    (Repeat 2nd Time – Faster) 
    (Repeat 3rd Time – Even faster) 

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