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April 11, 2024

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Miami WBB preview: Falcons begin two-game road trip with RedHawks in Oxford

Drake Harlett
Lights dimmed at the Stroh

Usually when playing well, the saying goes that for a team or player, ‘the lights shine down’ on them.

On Wednesday night, Bowling Green women’s basketball played really well, but the lights went out on them (literally).

Regardless, the Falcons (10-5 OVR, 4-1 MAC) defeated the Akron Zips 70-59, and now head south to Oxford to face the Miami RedHawks.

A preview of Miami:



Record: 3-12 OVR, 1-4 MAC

Head Coach: Glenn Box (1st season)

Notable Box Facts:

  • Prior to being named the head coach at Miami on May 8, 2023, Box spent seven seasons with the Indiana Hoosiers, four of which as the associate head coach.
  • During Box’s time with the Hoosiers, they won 20 or more games in all seven of his seasons and earned seven postseason berths, including five NCAA Tournament appearances.
  • The Mid-American Conference is no stranger to Box, as he has spent two seasons at Akron as an assistant coach from 2012-2014.


Notable Names:

  • Jada Scott (Sr.)- Scott is a 6’1 forward and graduate student from Townsend, GA. The 2023-24 season is Scott’s first with the RedHawks, as prior to this year, she spent four seasons (92 games) with the Cincinnati Bearcats. So far, Scott is Miami’s only double-digit averaging scorer, leading the red and white with 11.3 points per game.


  • Amber Tretter (Fr.)- Tretter is a 6’1 forward and freshman from Ferdinand, Ind. A graduate of Forest Park High School, Tretter won a class 2A state championship as well as matched the state record for most rebounds in a championship game, and ranks second in program history in points (1,345) and rebounds (803), first in blocks (175) and third in steals (201). So far in her freshman campaign, Tretter is averaging  7.9 points and 5.3 rebounds a night for the RedHawks, all while playing nearly 27 minutes a night.


  • Lakresha Edwards (Fr.)- Another one of the many young players on this Miami roster, Edwards comes to Miami from the British Columbia as a six foot guard. So far this season, Edwards is averaging 7.3 points and 2.5 rebounds a night for the RedHawks, all while averaging 34% from the field. The one area of expertise for Edwards is the three-point line, which she leads the team in made threes with 25.


Notable Numbers:

  • This will be the 92nd meeting between the two schools with BGSU holding a 57-34 all-time advantage. Bowling Green has won the last six and Miami has not won at home in this series since Feb. 23, 2019.
  • Miami has 28 steals over their past two games, including a season-best 15 in the loss at Eastern Michigan.
  • Miami is 2-2 this season when scoring at least 60 points and 1-10 when it fails to reach that mark. Miami’s lone victory when failing to score 60 was a 58-57 win over Xavier.


Tip-off between the RedHawks and Falcons is set for 1 p.m. Join Falcon Media Sports Network’s Brandon Loe on the call on 88.1 FM WBGU beginning at 12:45.

For more stories related to BGSU Athletics, follow Falcon Media Sports Network on X (@bg_fmsn).

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