Richmond, VA -- Fayetteville State University improved to 8-0 after the second round of the CIAA Bowling Event II, thanks to Savannah Starling rolling the highest overall average of 184.90 in ten games.
A sophomore from Fayetteville, NC, Starling led the first day with a 187.4 average and finished the second with 182.4. She opened day two with a 180 in the bye round and a 147 against Johnson C. Smith. She bowled one pin over 200 in the match against Livingstone and knocked down a 170 against Shaw. Savannah matched her highest count from the first day with a 214 against St. Augustine’s. Starling received a plaque prior to the Baker Matches Sunday morning.
Brittany Worthy (So. – Durham, NC) joined Starling during the awards presentation to receive the Highest Game Award. Worthy knocked down a 229 against Livingstone in the first round. She ranked third overall amongst all bowlers with a pin count of 1,769 in ten games.
All five FSU bowlers ranked amongst the Top 20 in averages.
Leslie Page Brayboy (So. – Maxton, NC) ranked 14th with a 158 average. She scored a 160 average on the first day and a 156 on the second. Her highest game was a 189 against Shaw.
Veronica Colon-Santiago (Jr. – Hope Mills, NC) also had her highest game in the second round against Shaw. She surpassed the 200-pin mark with a 206. Colon-Santiago ranked 15th with a 157.3 average.
Fayetteville State defeated its four divisional opponents with ease. The Broncos defeated Johnson C. Smith (800-655), Livingstone (804-553), Shaw (902-604), and Saint Augustine’s (838-577).
FSU had the highest pin count of 8,303. JCSU was second in the division with a 5-3 record and 6,017 pins. Virginia Union led the Northern Division with 7,466 pins and a 6-2 record.
|W/L||W||W||W||W||Record. 4 - 0|
|Record Total. 8 - 0|
|Fayetteville State||Johnson C. Smith|
|Veronica Colon-Santiago||138||Brittany Brown||206|
|Leslie Brayboy||180||Tatiyanna Minor||90|
|Brittany Worthy||165||Anaiah Mitchell||114|
|Devondra Bazemore||170||Kaitlin Santos||97|
|Savannah Starling||147||Ke'Aira Wilson||148|
|Veronica Colon-Santiago||186||Nanayakkara Chrishanthi||161|
|Leslie Brayboy||122||LaQuanna Davis||113|
|Brittany Worthy||165||Alexus Franklin||139|
|Devondra Bazemore||130||Avion Green||67|
|Savannah Starling||201||Shakeyma Meadows||73|
|Veronica Colon-Santiago||171||Denise Cury||103|
|Leslie Brayboy||189||Necarri Moore||154|
|Brittany Worthy||206||Kiana Rogers||135|
|Devondra Bazemore||170||Shanequa Slowe||122|
|Savannah Starling||166||Aliani Adelis||90|
|Fayetteville State||St. Augustine’s|
|Veronica Colon-Santiago||146||La'Tricha Parks||133|
|Leslie Brayboy||157||Keighly Capron||112|
|Brittany Worthy||141||Tanae Newry||113|
|Devondra Bazemore||214||MaKayla August||122|
|Savannah Starling||180||Daisa Waiters||97|
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