NCAA Bowling

AQ Bowler Michael Deming Selected to CSC Academic All-America Second Team

AQ Bowler Michael Deming Selected to CSC Academic All-America Second Team

CSC Release

Aquinas sophomore bowler Michael Deming was named to the College Sports Communicators (CSC) Academic All-America Men’s At-Large Second Team, as announced by the organization on Wednesday (June 21).

To be eligible for the national award, a student-athlete must first be chosen as an all-district selection while meeting the following requirements: a varsity starter or key reserve, maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher on a scale of 4.00, and have reached sophomore athletic and academic standings at their respected institution. CSC members then vote to determine the CSC All-America teams.

The CSC had 34 NAIA student-athlete receive this recognition with 15 being named to the All-America First Team and 19 more on the All-America Second Team. The At-Large teams featured male student-athletes from the following sports: bowling, cheer, golf, lacrosse, wrestling and volleyball.

Deming was one out of three NAIA bowlers selected. The other two came also came from the WHAC in Concordia’s Korey Reichard (first team) and Brendan Gossman (second team).

Deming averaged 202.4 pins per game this season. He bowled 27 of his 47 games over 200 with his season-best game being 276 pins. Deming had four top-10 finishes with his best result being eighth place at the Cornerstone Classic. He was named to the All-WHAC Second Team after a solid performance at the conference championships.

The Aquinas men’s lacrosse team also had two student-athletes honored in Clayton Boerigter (first team) and Jon Jardis (second team) to give the Saints a total to eight CSC Academic All-Americans for the 2022-23 school year. The other AQ student-athletes that have received this accolade include Hannah Crum (women’s soccer, first team), Sydney Shenk (women’s soccer, second), Breanna Probst (women’s soccer, second), Nicholas Klak (men’s tennis, second) and Dane Smitz (baseball, second).


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