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Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Lady Bulldogs Bowling Place First in the North at CIAA North/South Event I



MIDLOTHIAN, Va. - The Bowie State University bowling team competed in their first CIAA Event of the season November 7-9 and finished in first place among Northern Division teams with a 12-0 record and pin count of 13,484. Friday and Saturday's scores were based on total pin fall while Sunday's scoring was accumulated based on Baker format.

Senior Shayla Lightfoot (Henrico, Va.) led the effort for the Lady Bulldogs. She knocked down 2280 pins over the course of 10 games to earn an average score of 228.0. Sophomore Sierra Davis (Dayton, Ohio) followed with a 175.3 average and 1773 total pins. Junior Keyandra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) finished third for the Lady Bulldogs with a total pin count of 1724 in 10 games (172.4 average) and junior Ashley Wade (Richmond, Va.) was fourth on the team with 1507 total pins in nine games, which averaged out to 167.4. Senior Ambrianna Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) rounded out Bowie State’s top five finishers with 1339 total pins (167.4 average) in eight games. Freshman Makyra Bankston (Ft. Belvoir, Va.) competed in three games for the Lady Bulldogs and tallied 490 pins (163.3 average).

Elizabeth City State University knocked down 12,855 pins and 8-4 record, good for second place. Virginia State University compiled a 6-6 record over the course of the tournament with 11,478 total pins while the host team, Virginia Union University posted a 3-9 mark and pin count of 10,198. Chowan University finished fifth overall in the North with a total pin fall of 10656 and a 1-11 record.

The Lady Bulldogs return to action on November 21-23 when they compete in the Virginia Union University Invitational in Midlothian, Virginia.

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