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LWC Bowling: Women finish 28th, men finish 36th at ISBPA
By Charles Balcom
Addison, IL - The Lindsey Wilson women's bowling team finished in 28th place at the ISBPA/Kegel Midwest Collegiate Classic on Sunday, while the Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team turned in a 36th-place finish.
As a team, the lady Blue Raiders racked up 7,894 total pins across the two-day competition.
Madelin Zubricky posted the highest LWC finish in 113th place out of 430 bowlers with 885 total pins in her five games. Just one spot behind Zubricky finished Becca Himebaugh and Kelsey Grayson in a tie for 114th place with 881s, Himebaugh bowling a team-best 214 in her second game.
Anna Etherington finished in 157th with 848 pins in five games, Madeline Cain posted a 454 in three games and Samantha Endicott had a 331 in two games.
Wichita State (Kan.) won the women's team competition with 8,849 pins as Sierra Kanemoto took home the individual victory with 1,082 pins in five games.
On the men's side of the tournament, the Blue Raiders racked up 8,289 total pins in the 72-team competition that featured institutions from multiple collegiate levels.
Tyler Goodman recorded the highest finish for LWC in 105th place with 973 pins across his five games. He bowled three games above the 200 mark with a high of 215 in his fourth game. Cody Miller finished 268th with 752 pins in four games, posting a high score of 220.
Andrew Dube finished with 727 pins and a high of 243, Jonah Anderson had 710 in four games, Matt Evans recorded a 599 in three games, John Loftus had 477 in three games and Jeffery Hulette posted 354 in two games in the field of 536 competitors.
Calumet (IN) won the men's team competition with a total of 9,561 pins. Notre Dame's (Ohio) Casey Cohagan topped the individual men's field with 1,193 total pins.
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