HOUSTON, TX. (11/2/19) – The Arkansas State bowing team had two players in the top-15 as it moved to third place after two days of competition in the Track Kat Klash tournament in Houston Texas.
“It was definitely a good day,” said A-State head bowling coach Justin Kostick. “You have to be in the top-four in order to compete for a championship. I was extremely proud with our energy and how we competed today.”
McKendree (7-3) is in first place, out of pool of 16, with a total pinfall of 9,808 while Nebraska (7-3) Follows in second with a total pinfall of 9,754. North Carolina A&T (5-5) set in fourth place with a total pinfall 9,593 and the home team, Sam Houston State (5-3) rounds out the top five with a total pinfall of 9,572.
Westland, Mich., native Julia Huren (5) broke top-five for the Red Wolves, receiving all-tournament honors, after knocking down 1,064 on an impressive 212.80 average. Sarah Sanes (12) finished in the top-15 for Arkansas State after taking down 1,027 pins on a 205.40 average.
“Julia Huren did an excellent job making the all-tournament team,” Kostick added.
Arkansas state will begin the final day of competition in a best-of-seven baker match against North Carolina A&T.
Fans can keep up with the Arkansas State women’s bowling team by following the squad on Twitter (@AStateBowling) and by liking the Arkansas State Women’s Bowling page on Facebook