Six Bowlers Named to All-NTCA Academic Team
GREENTOWN, Pa. - The Adrian College women's bowling team had six members earn All-NTCA Academic honors for the 2011-12 season under head coach Jody Fetterhoff. The National Tenpin Coaches Association honored 140 student-athletes for academic accomplishments. All NCAA bowlers who compile a minimum grade point average of 3.40 during the 2011-12 season was eligible for academic recognition.
Senior Nicole Corstange (Paw Paw, Mich.), a criminal justice major, was the only four-year member of the bowling team upon graduation this past spring. Corstange carried a 168.51 average this season for the Bulldogs.
Sophomore Chelsea Essenmacher (Lenox, Mich.), an athletic training major, qualified for nationals in singles competition this year and was a top eight finisher. She averaged a team-high 180.32 during the season.
Freshman Autumn Folts (Burton, Mich.), a criminal justice major, bowled in eight games during the season for the Bulldogs and carried a 136.75 average.
Freshman Katie Harms (Wyoming, Mich.), a chemistry major, bowled 27 games during her first season and averaged 154.74 during that stretch.
Freshman Nicole Loomis (Warren, Mich.), an education major, had the third-best average on the team at 175.93 and bowled in 60 games during tournaments.
Junior Janelle Post (Wayland, Mich.), an art/economics major, bowled eight games during the season with a 135.63 average.