BOWLING GOES 13-0 AT FIRST CIAA EVENT

FSUBRONCOSDOTCOM Megan Maynor averaged more than 200 pins over the weekend.
FSUBRONCOSDOTCOM
Megan Maynor averaged more than 200 pins over the weekend.
FSUBRONCOSDOTCOM

Nov. 12, 2013

CIAA Event I Results Get Acrobat Reader

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - The weekend proved to be a fruitful one for the Fayetteville State University bowling team.

The Lady Broncos went 13-0 at B&B Bowling Lanes in their first CIAA event, averaging a 962 as a team in matches on Friday and Saturday before rolling through the baker round on Sunday.

Megan Maynor averaged a 200.2 for the weekend, the fourth-highest total of all bowlers. She had a high score of 247 and rolled five 200 games in 10 played.

De'Andrea Bethea finished with a 193.5, good for seventh place. Also in the top 10 was Ashley Cooper, who averaged a 10th-place 190.4.

Bowie State's Shayla Lightfoot had the weekend's best performance, averaging a 224.7. After going 4-0 on Friday (the Shaw match didn't count as a victory due to Shaw's forfeit), the Lady Broncos again swept through South Division opposition on Saturday. FSU started the day off with a 969 against Shaw, which again forfeited.

Against St. Augustine's, the Lady Broncos rolled a 1,001 in a 1,001-703 victory. It was the fourth 1,000-pin match out of 10 for FSU. The Lady Broncos rolled a 900 or better in all but one match over the two days. FSU followed that performance up with easy victories against Livingston College (928-596), Johnson C. Smith University (918-610) and Winston-Salem State University (893-761).

Out of 50 individual games rolled on Friday and Saturday, FSU had 21 200-pin performances. All five bowlers averaged at least a 188.7 for the weekend.

On Sunday, the Lady Broncos won baker matches against Livingstone College (786-466), Shaw (750-513), Johnson C. Smith (731-492), St. Augustine's (698-552) and Winston-Salem State (702-606).

"I think the girls bowled exceptionally well," FSU coach Bobby Henderson said. "They bowled far beyond what I thought they'd bowl for their first match. I never dreamed everybody would bowl as good as they bowled the first match.

"I was very proud of what they did. They did outstanding team wise; I just hope they continue throughout the rest of the season."

FSU is now off until 2014. Then, the Lady Broncos play another divisional weekend in Petersburg, Va., on January 24.

 

 

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