Wilmington University women’s bowling freshman Jocelyn Hood was named the East Coast Conference (ECC) Rookie of the Week on Wednesday, heading into the ECC Championship this weekend with her first weekly award.
On the first day of the 2019 East Coach Conference (ECC) Bowling Championships, the Wilmington University bowling team had four matches over 900 pins, going 2-3 and sitting in fifth place after five Baker Matches.
The Wilmington University bowling team closed out he 2019 regular season with a 10th place finish at the Haw Flight Invite hosted by Monmouth University, going up against a numerous amount of nationally ranked opponents in the three-day tournament.
The Wilmington University bowling team won its final two matches in Bracket Play on Sunday to claim seventh at the James Brown Invitational over the weekend, bowling at the AMF Towson Lanes hosted by Morgan State University.
The Wilmington University bowling team set a new team Baker Match record on Saturday, competing in the first day of the James Brown Invitational at the AMF Town Lanes in Towson, Md., hosted by Morgan State.
The Wilmington University women’s bowling team went 3-2 in head-to-head traditional matches on Saturday, but finished seventh out of nine teams overall with a 171.4 average at the Bowl for the KUre hosted by Kutztown University at Jay Lanes Bowling.
The Wilmington University bowling team went 1-4 in Traditional Matches on Saturday, knocking down 4,549 total pins for a 9,232 two-day total to sit in 21st heading into bracket play at the KU Invitational.
The Wilmington University bowling team set a new program record in their second Baker Match of the KU Invitational, and then picked it up a notch and broke 1,000 pins for the first time in program history, going 2-3 overall and ranking 19th of 28 at the Limerick Bowl.
Hosting the Second Annual Wildcat DII/DIII Invitational, the Wilmington University bowling team went into Sunday’s bracket play with a shot at third place overall, finishing sixth after three days of action at Bowlerama.
Dropping the final best of seven Baker Match on the 10th frame, the Wilmington University women’s bowling team wrapped up the Virginia Union Invitational in 12th place over the weekend, but went 7-2 in head-to-head matches with an average game score of 162.5.
The Wilmington University women’s bowling team opened the Virginia Union Invitational on Friday afternoon, bowling five Baker Matches to sit in 10th place after the first of a three day tournament at the Bowl American Short Pump.
Coming back from a 3-2 deficit, the Wilmington University women’s bowling team defeated Felician, 4-3, to finish seventh in the Mount Shootout on Sunday afternoon at the Sunshine Lanes, hosted by Mount St. Mary’s.
Following five matches at the Mount Shootout, the Wilmington University women’s bowling team is tied for fifth out of 12 teams with a total pin fall of 4,446, going 2-3 overall at the Sunshine Lanes, hosted by Mount St. Mary’s.
It was a record breaking day for Malia Stout and the Wilmington University women’s bowling team, as the Wildcats went a perfect 5-0 and finished sixth overall in traditional matches on day two of the Bud Whitman Memorial Tournament hosted by Kutztown on Sunday at Berks Lane.
The Wilmington University women’s bowling team began its 2018-19 season on Saturday at the Bud Whitman Memorial Tournament hosted by Kutztown, going 1-4 in Baker Matches while sitting in 14th overall with a total pin fall of 3,985.
The women's bowling coaches of the East Coast Conference have selected reigning champion, Lincoln Memorial University, as the favorite to capture the league title once again during the 2018-19 season. Lincoln Memorial sophomore, Justine Brookover (Parkersburg, W.Va.), was also the coaches' pick as the conference's Preseason Bowler of the Year.
The Wilmington University women’s bowling team took a step forward in 2017-18 in their second year of existence, but head coach John York will now ask even more of his team as he announced the 2018-19 bowling schedule.