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Women’s Bowling Enters Day Two of Mid-Winter Invitational

Women’s Bowling Enters Day Two of Mid-Winter Invitational

JONESBORO, Ark. – The Alabama A&M bowling team will start the second day of the Mid-Winter Invitational, hosted by Arkansas State this morning where they will play five more games at the Hijink Family Entertainment Center.

The Bulldogs had a tough day to start competition, however it started with a win over SWAC foe Grambling State 844-721. Following the match, A&M faced off against McKendree University, ranked first in the latest NTCA Top-25, and fell 1,102-881.

A&M battled two more familiar opponents in their next two games, beginning with Jackson State, narrowly dropping the game to the Tigers (883-855), before falling to Alabama State in their fourth game (878-860) and Lincoln Memorial (900-868) to conclude day one.
The Bulldogs are currently at No. 16 in the standings with 4,308 total pins and an average of 172.3 per game, trailing Jackson State (4,440 / 177.6 avg) and just ahead of Grambling State (3,563 / 142.5 avg).

Day two remains a traditional match style, with Alabama A&M facing Tusculum, host school Arkansas State, Sam Houston State, and Louisiana Tech before facing Youngstown State to close out the day.
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