Bowling Finishes Fifth after American Heartland I and II

Bowling Finishes Fifth after American Heartland I and II

Witten by Emily Jodway, Sports Information Student Assistant

Wayne, Mich. - The Alma College women's bowling team traveled to Wayne for the first and second American Heartland tournaments over the weekend, placing fifth out of 20 teams in both days of competition.

Senior Brianna Pitre (Saginaw, Mich./Carrolton) bowled an 1111 over five games on Saturday, averaging 222 pins per game and placing her third among all bowlers. Sophomore Josee Hale (Defiance, Ohio/Defiance Senior High) led the Scots on day two with her total of 730 pins over four games, averaging 182 pins per game.

What Happened

  • Pitre bowled a 267 in Game 1 on Saturday, her best game this season.
  • Hale's best game on Sunday was her third, where she had an overall pinfall of 730, her best game being a 202. 
  • The best game for the Scots was the third game of Heartland I, where they bowled a 990. Alma remained in fifth place for both days of competition, bowling a 6910 on day one and a 6033 at Heartland II. 

What's Next

The Scots will remain idle until November 11, when they travel to Kettering, Ohio, for the two-day Roto Grip Raider Classic at Poelking Woodman Lanes. 

Contact: Zach Russo, Assistant Sports Information Director