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Men’s Bowling Places Fourth Again at Third WHAC Jamboree

Men's Bowling Places Fourth Again at Third WHAC Jamboree

Allen Park, Mich. – The AQ men’s bowling team competed in its last tournament of 2022 today (Dec. 10) after traveling across the state for the third WHAC Jamboree of the 2022-23 season. AQ would total four sets of individual games with scores of 898, 908, 925, and 817. The Saints would also play four sets of baker games and score 769, 743, 615, and 693 across the games. In total, Aquinas totaled 6,368 pins to finish in fourth place at the tournament. 

Indiana Tech won the event with a total score of 7,194 pins. Lawrence Tech placed second with 7,092 pins and Concordia placed third with 6,937 pins to round out the top three teams. 


James Ruoff was the best bowler at Thunderbowl Lanes for the men as he finished in 18th place after a four-game total of 784 pins. He averaged 196 pins per game after scoring a 236, 200, 199, and 149 over his four games.

Michael Deming was just behind him with a 19th place finish thanks to a total of 780 pins on the day. He got progressively better throughout the day, bowling a 182, 191, 193, and 214 to average 195 pins per game.

Brandon Foster bowled three games for AQ, scoring a 131, 145, and 190 over his games to finish in 78th place. His 466-pin total averaged out to 155.33 pins per game.

Jonathan Garland also bowled three games for AQ, totaling 445 pins and finishing in 81st. He scored a 182, 146, and 117 to average 148.33 pins per game.

Jack Wicker and Abery Thomas III each bowled a pair of games for AQ. Wicker scored a 223 and 153 over his two games to finish in 87th with 379 total pins. Thomas III bowled a 213 and a 147 for a total of 360 pins, landing him in 89th on the leaderboard.

Dylan Vermilyea would bowl two separate 167 games to total 334 pins and land in 93rd place.

Kyle Cameron, Nathan Kozminski, Brendan Madej, and Mark Musgrave played as a second team for the Saints at the jamboree.

Cameron would bowl game scores of 153, 172, 167, and 166 to total 658 pins and average 164.5 pins per game. This performance landed him in 42nd individually.

Kozminski totaled 591 pins over his four games to finish in 49th place. He scored a 178, 167, 147, and 99 over his four games to average 147.75 pins per game.

Madej placed the same as Kozminski, also landing in 49th on the leaderboard. He scored a 178, 113, 153, and 147 over his four games to total 591 pins for an average of 147.75 pins per…

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