Smyrna, Tenn. - The Alma College women's bowling team wrapped up their season on Sunday (March 11) night, after a weekend of competition at the United States Bowling Congress Sectionals in Tennessee.
The Scots finished the weekend 11th of 16 teams, tallying a total of 11,233 pins over 64 Baker-style games and averaging 175.5 pins per game.
How It Happened
- The Scots bowled a 2,927 in the first 16 games, putting them in eighth place with a 182 average, their highest average of the tournament. Game 16 was the highest-scoring game for the Scots, with a pinfall of 212.
- After games 16-32, Alma moved to 10th place, with a score of 5,619. They broke 200 in game 31, bowling a 202. Alma remained in 10th through game 48, tallying 8,471 pins and holding a 176 average. They had a pair of back-to-back games over 200, scoring 211 in game 44.
- After the final 16 games, Alma finished in 11th place, averaging 172 pins with 2,762 over games 49-64.
- Freshman Kasidey Easlick (Gladwin, Mich./Gladwin) had the third-highest individual score at that tournament, with 853 pins over four games.
This concludes the bowler's 2017-18 season, their best finish taking place at the American Heartland IV tournament, where they took first out of 27 teams.
Contact: Zach Russo, Assistant Sports Information Director