Big Rapids, Mich. - The Ferris State University women's basketball squad will step up its level of competition on Monday (Dec. 18) night as the Bulldogs play their final game prior to the holiday break against NCAA Division I Bowling Green at the Stroh Center in Bowling Green, Ohio.
Tipoff for the matchup between the Bulldogs and the Falcons is set for 7 p.m. (ET).
Monday's game will be carried live online by the Bulldog Sports Network at FerrisStateBulldogs.com with Harrison Watt calling the play-by-play action starting at 6:50 p.m. (ET). The game will also be televised and available with a free live stream by WBGU-TV at BGSUFalcons.com.
The Bulldogs are off to a 7-4 overall start this year and beat Lake Superior State 78-67 this past Saturday (Dec. 16) afternoon in Sault Ste. Marie, giving FSU head coach Kendra Faustin a victory on the floor at Bud Cooper Gymnasium where she played collegiately for the Lakers.
Meanwhile, the Falcons hold a 7-2 overall record to date this season under head coach Jennifer Roos and had won four consecutive games prior to a 76-44 setback at South Dakota State on Dec. 9 in Brookings, S.D.
The game on Monday night will mark the 100th college women's basketball game played inside BGSU's beautiful Stroh Center.
Ferris State's current 7-4 mark this season tops the Bulldogs' win total already over each of the past two seasons. FSU is presently averaging 83.2 points per game this season and ranks among the league leaders in total scoring.
The matchup on Monday night will represent the first-ever regular season game played between the Bulldogs and the Falcons in women's action. Last year, the two teams squared off in an exhibition game at the Stroh Center with Bowling Green State prevailing 100-50 in the contest.
Heading into the contest, the Bulldogs currently have four players averaging in double-figures to date this year, including senior center Rachel McInerney (16.7 ppg.), sophomore guard Riley Blair (10.7 ppg.), senior guard Leah Humes (10.3 ppg.) and freshman guard Kelsey Wyman (10.0 ppg.).
The game will mark the Bulldogs' final game prior to the NCAA mandated holiday break with FSU scheduled to return to action back at home on Dec. 30 against Maryville (Mo.) starting at 3 p.m. (ET).