Statesmen 12th at ISYL Leatherneck Classic

William Penn University Athletics

William Penn University Athletics

by Wade Steinlage

Davenport–Bailey Palmer (So., Ottumwa, Iowa, Undecided) placed in the top 20 as the William Penn women’s bowling team competed at the ISYL Leatherneck Classic Saturday and Sunday.

WPU ended up 12th out of 39 teams with 8,210 pins in six regular games and four sets of Bakers, while Wichita State (Kan.) rolled to the win with 9,504 pins. The Shockers also won the bracket competition, defeating #6 seed Newman (Kan.) 2-0 in the championship round.

WSU’s Sydney Brummett was the best qualifier in the 301-person field as she tallied a 222.5 average.

Palmer guided the Statesmen by breaking into the top 20 (18th) at 197.7 (high of 244).

Nicole Mottier (Fr., Madison, Wis., Computer Science) also started all six games with a 169.8 average, while Audra Farley (Sr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Education) had a 174.6 mark in five rounds.

The duo of Kayla Gifford (So., Camanche, Iowa, Biology) (180.8) and Nicole Craft (So., Wakefield, Neb., Physical Education) (168.8) both started four games, while Abbey Fangman (Fr., Waterloo, Iowa, Elementary Education) posted a 159.3 clip over three games.

Kaylee Gerken (Jr., Dubuque, Iowa, Elementary Education) (180) and Amber Ovel (Jr., Waterloo, Iowa, Business Management) (119) both started one round at the Classic.

Next Up: William Penn takes a few weeks off before traveling to Addison, Ill. on December 2-3 to compete in the Ebonite Warhawk Open.



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