Men’s Bowling on a Hot Streak

The Adrian College men’s bowling team is finding success early on this season with multiple top three finishes followed by various individual placers. While having multiple runner-ups, the Bulldogs have struggled to find a win since the birth of the program in 2014. During the last month, the team has successfully achieved this and so much more. The men’s team is currently ranked 45th in the country across all divisions.

Friday, November 11th, the team hosted a thirteen-team tournament on home turf at Lenawee Recreation. The Dawgs came out with a first-place win, which is the first ever win in the program’s history. Adrian College led by three top-10 finishes during the tournament. David Winters placed second with a score of 890 and a 222.5 average, and Cameron Klein finished strong in third with a score of 880 and an average of 220. Next, Joshua Felcoski took seventh place and averaged a 209.5. Meanwhile, Griffin Reynard took twentieth place and averaged a 198. Jacob Harvey followed close in twenty-first place and had an average of 195.5. 

The following day, Siena Heights University held its own tournament, The Halo Classic, at the same location. Adrian continued their success by coming in third place and had a total tallied score of 7,029. These men were led by Winters, who won the tournament as an individual with a score of 225.33. Klein also won the All-Tournament team and placed fifth, while Griffin Reynard finished in twenty-second place. 

Continuing their season, the Dawgs traveled to Sandusky, OH, the following weekend. Here, they competed at the BGSU Falcon Classic and continued their hot streak while placing second with a total score of 7,876. Klein led the way for the men by averaging a 232.2 and bowled a tournament-high of 289 during his first game, while finishing in third individually. Harvey finished with a 225 average, placing him in fourth. Winters wasn’t far behind as he bowled an average of a 221.6 and earned himself sixth place. Following him, Felcoski averaged a 216.4 and earned ninth place. Lastly, Reed Scripter rounded out the men with a 198 average. 

The Men’s Bowling team looks to continue its momentum this weekend in a conference tournament at Thunderbowl Lanes.

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