Written by Emily Weiss, Sports Information Student Assistant
Canton, Mich. - Alma College women's bowling teamed finished second in the second American Heartland Tournament on Sunday (Oct. 27). The Scots had an overall score of 6657, averaging 924.58 over 7.2 games. Sophomore Rachel Kuczajda led the team with a score of 786 and finished in third while senior Emma Davis finished fifth with 770 points. Junior varsity player Cassie White led all bowlers with a score of 817 but her score was not counted towards Alma's team total.
How It Happened
- The Scots scored over 900 in two of four games on the day. The Scots finished four baker games with scores of 780, 804, 747, and 755.
- Individually, Alma improved from Saturday with four women in the top 50: White, Kuczajda, Emma Davis and senior Josee Hale.
- White led all bowlers with a total score of 817 and an average of 204.25. White struggled in first and second games, but finished the third and fourth with a score of 236 in each.
- Kuczajda followed White in third place scoring over 200 in her first and last games, finishing with an average of 196.50 point and with a total of 786.
- Davis continued her hot streak of the weekend and placed fifth on the day. Davis started out the day strong with 236 points in the first game, but struggled towards the end. Davis finished with an average of 192.50 points and a total of 770.
- The final Scot that made the top 50 was Hale. Hale finished 39th with an average of 159.25 and a total of 637 on the day.
The Alma College Women's Bowling team will compete in the AC Open at the Lenawee Rec Center in Adrian, Mich. on Saturday (Nov. 2).