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Bowling: LWC Men finish 16th in Southern Baker Classic

By Kyle Jackson

Bowling Green, KY - The Lindsey Wilson men's bowling team finished 16th after the second day of the Mid-South Conference Southern Baker Classic at Southern Lanes.

Lindsey Wilson knocked down 6,645 pins over 40 baker games. In baker scoring, each of the five bowlers on a team bowls in two frames during the game. The first bowler bowls the 1st and 6th frames, the second bowler bowls the 2nd and 7th frames, etc.


Tennessee Southern won the event after knocking down 7,765 pins. Bethel (Tenn.) finished second with Lincoln Memorial (TN) wrapping up the podium places.

The Blue Raiders hit 180 or higher four times today with the team hitting 199 in the 34th game.

Lindsey Wilson returns to action on October 9-10 when they travel to Centerville, Ohio for the Orange & Black Classic.


This story was posted on 2021-10-04 07:14:51
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