Women's Bowling Posts Third Place Finish at Own Adrian Bulldogs Open

Adrian College Women's Bowling claimed third place at its own 2019 AC Bulldogs Open. (Photo provided)
Adrian College Women's Bowling claimed third place at its own 2019 AC Bulldogs Open. (Photo provided)

ADRIAN, Mich.--The Adrian College women's bowling team turned in its second top-3 finish already of the season in the No. 3 position at the 10-team Bulldogs Open, which opened the month of November (Saturday, 2nd) and was contested at the Lenawee Recreation Center. Adrian rolled 6,000 pins in the tournament, which had a format of four individual game sets and four sets of bakers.

Adrian was able to start off well throwing an 859. They slowed down a little throwing an 803 game two of individuals. They threw an 823 and 856 for the third and fourth individual sets. The baker sets started strong against the competition with a 698. In the final three baker sets, the Bulldogs had a 683, 669 and 610. They finished the day with a third-place finish. 

Individually, senior Jordyn Stone was able to throw a 726 series for four games, averaging 181.5. Stone came in third place out of 75 bowlers, earning her first all-tournament team honors of the season and the third of her career.

Right behind Stone was freshman Abigail Bird throwing a 705 series for four games and seventh place overall. Junior Erica Jones threw a 672 series for four games, placing 13th. Senior Kayla Clark, sophomore Kylie Middleton and freshmen Jessica Brainerd and Megan Staley also contributed to the Bulldogs' score. Brainerd threw a 170 game as her only recorded game of the tournament in the fourth individual set.

Alma College took first place with Judson taking second.

#GoDawgs #BulldogProud

--Austin Foate '20, Sports Management major and The College World sportswriter