NCAA Bowling

Bowling Gets Back to Action at Bronco Bash

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HASTINGS, Neb. – The men of Avila bowling made their long-awaited return to the lanes this weekend at the 2022 Bronco Bash hosted by Hastings College. Competing in their first event since early December, Avila’s squad of four bowlers battled to a ninth-place finish on both days of the tournament.

On the strength of two 200-plus games, Aidan Tesdall led the way for the Eagles in Hastings, finishing off Saturday’s individual action in the event’s Top 30 with an average of 176.2. Tesdall fired off a 230 in Avila’s fourth match of the day, best among any Eagle and one of the 20 best totals among any individual in the field. Evan Serrage and Caleb Wangler also finished in the Top 50.

With only four bowlers competing it was always going to be challenge for the Eagles to make up ground in the standings in the slate of 20 Baker games on Sunday. But even still, the bowlers that were there battled, got to kick a bit of the rust off in their first event of 2022 and start to get prepared for the KCAC Championships in about a month’s time, while also picking up some interesting facts about Kool-Aid along the way.

Up next for Avila men’s bowling is the Jayhawk Invitational in Lawrence, Kansas on February 12 and 13, the Eagles’ final event of the regular season before the conference tournament two weeks later. The women of Avila bowling will not be competing this semester, but certain individuals may still suit up and participate in events to gain experience. Stay tuned to Avila Athletics on social media for all schedule updates and information on how to follow Avila Bowling in its final two events of the season.Β 

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