Monroe, Mich. – The AQ men’s and women’s bowling teams competed at the final American Heartland Bowling Association (AHBA) event of the season today (Feb. 5). The teams played five sets of six baker games, followed by a single-team game after the 30 baker games. The men finished in sixth place out of 13 teams and the women finished in fourth place out of seven teams. The women totaled 5,974 pins while the men scored 6,690 pins over the entirety of the event.
The men scored 1,016, 1,059, 1,213, 1,289, and 1,185 over the five sets of baker games, totaling 5,762 pins. The Saints followed the baker games with a 928 in the single-team game to move their total to 6,690 pins.
Adrian College won the men’s event with a total of 6,976 pins. Trine (6,928 pins), Wright State (6,910 pins), Cleary (6,816 pins), and Grand Valley State (6,713 pins) rounded out the top five teams in an extremely competitive event.
The women bowled 1,091, 1,047, 973, 985, and 1,007 over the five sets of baker games. In the single-team game following the bakers, Aquinas scored 871 to bring its total to 5,974 pins.
Trine University won the women’s bowling event with a total of 6,667 pins. Alma College (6,459 pins) and Olivet College (6,157 pins) were the remaining teams that finished inside the top three of the event.
Both Aquinas teams return to action in two weeks (Feb. 18-19) to compete in the 54th annual Hoosier Classic. The event is set to take place at Western Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana.
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