DU's Colin Thorp took control of one net-headed shot. The sophomore has now played 200 consecutive minutes without allowing the ball to get past the goal line.
Junior Ben Horner, sophomore Tyler Tompkins, and freshman Joshua Patterson tied for the game-high with five shots. Three of Tompkins' shots were headed to the net as were two by Horner and one by Patterson.
BGSU's Cameron Hepple also had five shots including the one requiring Thorp's save.
In the tournament's first game this evening, Richmond (2-2-0) beat Manhattan (1-3-0) by a 2-1 mark. The Spiders, who won both matches this weekend, got the winning goal in the final two minutes of regulation.
The Dukes are now 2-2-1. DU started the week at #10 in the initial National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) Mid-Atlantic regional poll. Bowling Green is 1-3-1.