ADRIAN, Mich.–With the first year of the 2020’s coming to a close this month, the Adrian College Athletics Department will roll out our first-ever all-decade team for each sport. In December and January, AdrianBulldogs.com will feature a sport’s all-decade team with a lineup consisting of the best student-athletes over the past 10 seasons from the 2009-10 through 2019-20 academic years.
The following criteria was used to select the all-decade team: athletes must have competed in their sport at least two seasons, been named to the all-conference team more than once or named an athlete of the year once, set/tied school record(s), have significant statistics, chosen academic all-conference, or selected conference player of the week multiple times.
This all-decade team edition features the Bulldogs men’s bowling program with the best student-athletes who have competed in the previous decade.
Dylin Hunter (2014-15/2017-18)–The Windsor, Ontario, easily makes the list with his All-America citation as a junior by the Club Team Bowling Coaches’ Association at the 2017 Collegiate Club Championships in Indianapolis, Ind. Dylin helped the Bulldogs to a 20th-place national ranking that season. He led the Bulldogs in scoring throughout his career: 195.296 as a freshman, 196.344 as a sophomore, 201.298 as a junior and 204.265 for a single-season school record as a senior.
Austin Foate (2016-17/2019-20)–Austin was a four-year letterman who served as a three-year captain for the team. He was named All-American Heartland Intercollegiate Bowling Conference, compiled 15 top-25 finishes and earned three all-tournament first-team awards during his 182-game career. He was named to the 2017 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-America Scholar Team as a freshman. He led the Bulldogs in scoring during the 2018-19 campaign with a career-best 192.531 as a junior.
Chase Fleming (2017-18/current)–An active Bulldog, his 176.232 career average score over 111 games is second-best to teammate Jansen Stone among current student-athletes (minimum two seasons under their belt) in the program. Chase began with a 175.903 freshman average in 31 games on a very competitive 2017-18 squad, climbed to second place with a career-best 184.160 in 50 games as a sophomore, and compiled a 168.633 in 30 outings last season.
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