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Bowling Competes at Boilermaker Classic

Crimson Wave Women's Bowling10/26/14 -
The Crimson Wave women’s bowling team competed in the Boilermaker Classic in West Lafayette, Indiana over the weekend. CCSJ led the Saturday morning squad finishing 1st overall in Gold Squad out of sixteen teams. The Crimson Wave would finish the event in 4th overall out of 29 teams.

Senior Kelsy Toth led the team with a near-All-Tournament team performance, finishing in 7th place individually on Saturday’s demanding 36’ oil pattern. She continued her fine shot-making all throughout Sunday’s baker games as well. Freshman Carla Washington continues to impress, as she finished second in team scoring. Along with her individual performance on Saturday, Carla only opened twice among her 24 baker frames on Sunday; including, several clean finishes in the anchor position. Other notable performances came from Seniors Stephanie Briggs, Kayla Riffle and Victoria Borowski who were their usual steady self.

Individual Performances:          

Kelsy Toth (Sr.) – 188.4 avg.
Carla Washington (Fr.) – 179.6 avg.
Stephanie Briggs (Sr.) – 176.6 avg.
Kayla Riffle (Sr.) – 171.2 avg.
Victoria Borowski (Sr.) – 170.5 avg.

Up next for the Crimson Wave is the Leatherneck Classic in Davenport, IA hosted by Western Illinois.

Ladies Compete at xbowling Sectional

Crimson Wave Women's Bowling3/19/14 -
The Crimson Wave women’s bowling team competed in the USBC Sectionals that resulted in a 12th place finish out of seventeen teams.

The Crimson Wave had three players participate in the event. Junior Stephanie Briggs was the highest individual finisher as she placed 28th overall with an average of 200 for the six game event. There were 145 bowlers competing.

The ladies got off to a slow start in the initial 16 baker game block as they found themselves in last place halfway through day one. CCSJ recovered quite well in the second block, jumping five places to finish the first day in 12th place. That second block was highlighted by a 220 average over the final 12 games. CCSJ began day two with another solid block in the tournament’s third set, moving up one more spot into 11th place as they entered the final block. In the final 16 game block, CCSJ would go on to finish the event in 12th place.

“Individually, Stephanie Briggs had a solid event, making good shots throughout. Her 200.0 average and 28th Place finish in the singles event is very respectable. Team-wise, our first 16 game block dug us a huge hole to try and climb out of. After that first set, we recovered very well, and began to bowl up to our capability. We continued to bowl well the remainder of the event. If we would have bowled that first set (16 games) as we did the remaining three sets (48 games), we would have been right in the mix for the final qualifying spot all the way to the end. The extremely slow start we had just put us in a tough spot. The ladies never gave up, though, and I’m very proud of the way they battled back the rest of the way,” said Coach Vania.

The women’s team will return to action on March 29th and 30th as they compete in the NAIA Invitational.


Ladies Compete at Hoosier

Crimson Wave Women's Bowling2/18/14 -
The women's bowling team competed in the Hoosier Classic down in Indianapolis, Indiana over the weekend. The Hoosier Classic is the premier college event of the regular college season and it's the last chance for teams to gain team ranking points to help them qualify for post season play. There were 64 of the top teams from around the country competing in this event. The format was six games of qualifying on a one lane pattern and then three more games on a different lane pattern. From there, the top twelve teams will bowl in a Baker Format where it becomes a best of three series. The final becomes a seven game match.

CCSJ would go on to finish 37th overall with a final score of 7,617. Kayla Riffle was the high scorer for the Crimson Wave averaging 181 and placed 66th out of 444 players. She was followed by Elizabeth Premo and Lauren Heart with 177 averages.

The Crimson Wave will return to action in a month as they compete in the USBC Sectionals March 14th-16th.

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