Played as two separate tournaments across the weekend, Tiffany Wong was named All-Tournament after averaging a 176.9 in the traditional competition that placed her among the Top 5 leaders.
Although the team started out slow in the traditional tournament, the Panthers finished strong, defeating Wagner by two pins (880-878) and familiar ECC opponent Saint Anselm, 731-713.
Wong bowled a 180 or better in three of the five traditional matches — highlighted by a high game of 210 against Bentley — in which the ‘Cats exceeded an 800 series with a total pinfall of 820.
The freshman converted 12-of-15 (80.0 percent) single-pin spares and achieved a mark in 80.0 percent of her frames throughout the team’s traditional outing.
Blanca Fraticelli just trailed behind Wong with a 170.8 average, but far exceeded her teammates in Baker, where she led Adelphi with a 181.2 average.
The Panthers led off the Baker tournament with back-to-back victories — including a pair of 201 games to key a 850-848 win over nationally-ranked Sacred Heart to kick off the weekend.
Head Coach Arthur O’Connor and his Adelphi squad take a trip over the Verrazano in two weeks (Nov. 4-5) for the Seahawk Invitational at Rab’s Country Lanes in Staten Island, N.Y.