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Monday, November 24, 2014

Bowling Places 5th at the Virginia Union Invitational

RICHMOND, Va. - The Bowie State University bowling team competed in the Virginia Union University Invitational November 21st-23rd. The Lady Bulldogs finished in 5th place out of 12 teams that competed in the event.  

Friday featured five-game Baker play format with Saturday's scores based on traditional total pin fall. The tournament wrapped up on Sunday with Baker format using first-to-four bracket play.

Bowie State knocked down 5,282 pins on Saturday and totaled 5,080 pins in Baker play for a weekend total of 10,362 pins. The Lady Bulldogs ended the weekend with a 9-3 overall record and improve their overall NCAA record to 27-8.

Sacred Heart took home top team honors with a first place finish and 11-1 record with 11,674 total pins followed by Franklin Pierce in second (10,812), Cheyney in third (10,722) and Felician was fourth (10,689).
Senior Ambrianna Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) led the Lady Bulldogs with 1,164 pins over the course of three days (194.00 average). Freshman Makyra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) followed with 1,092 pins (182.00 average) with redshirt freshman Sierra Davis (Dayton, Ohio) in third for Bowie State with a pin count of 1,054 over the course of the weekend (175.67 average).
Junior Keyandra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Md.) tallied 994 pins (165.67) while junior Ashley Wade (Richmond, Va.) knocked down 978 total pins (163.00 average).
Bowie State will take a break from competition before returning to the lanes to host the Fred and Edwina Underwood Classic at the AMF Laurel Lanes – Friday, January 16 through Sunday, January 18th.

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