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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Lady Bulldogs Bowling Claims Top Spot in the North at the CIAA North/South Event II


PETERSBURG, Va. - The Bowie State Lady Bulldogs bowling team had another stellar weekend against CIAA Northern Division opponents at the Walnut Hill Lanes - January 24-26 recording a 9-3 record.

The Lady Bulldogs averaged 987.5 pins in its 10 match-play games, totaling 9,875 pins. The final match-play pin total is 651 more than host Virginia State; the second-best Northern Division team during the weekend. Bowie State knocked down 3,868 pins in Baker matches for a total weekend pin count of 13,743; more than 952 than second-place Virginia State (12,791).

Elizabeth City State claimed third place (12,146), with Virginia Union fourth (10,525) and Chowan placed fifth (9,670) in the North.

Freshman Adrienne Tolson (Bowie, Md.) averaged 207.9 pins in her 10 matches to lead the defending CIAA Champions, and tallied a team-best 253 in game eight against Virginia State. Sophomore Keyandra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Md.) averaged 200.8 in her 10 matches while junior Shayla Lightfoot (Henrico, Va.) averaged 198.8 in 10 matches, rolling six 200 plus games. Junior Ambrianna Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Md.) ranked fourth in team average (195.3) and had a personal game-high of 224. Sophomore Ashley Wade (Richmond, Va.) participated in nine matches, averaging 187.6 with her high-game of 224 coming versus Virginia State.
 
The Lady Bulldogs were a perfect 4-0 on opening day of the CIAA North/South Event II. Bowie State began the day with a 957-841 victory over Elizabeth City State, followed by dominating wins against Chowan (1003-723) and Virginia State (1043- 862). BSU closed out day one defeating Virginia Union (923-877).

Day two started with a loss to Elizabeth City State by a total pin count of 930 to 894. The Lady Bulldogs put together three straight wins to wrap-up day two, beating Virginia State (1028-948), Virginia Union (948-697) and Chowan (995-625).

On the final day, BSU recorded a 2-2 record in Baker matches, falling to Elizabeth City State (777-720) but bounced back to capture an 886-509 decision over Chowan. Virginia State edged Bowie State in the Lady Bulldogs third Baker System match, winning by a score of 754-723. The Lady Bulldogs concluded the weekend with a convincing 782-534 victory over Virginia Union.

The Lady Bulldogs return to the lanes on February 7th for a cross-divisional showdown in Charlotte.

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