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Tuesday, January 3, 2012

KU bowling team ranked 18th nationally

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The Kansas University men's bowling team is ranked 18th nationally out of 156 schools, according to Collegebowling.com's team rankings at the end of the fall semester.

In its last tournament — the Collegiate Shoot-Out on Dec. 19 in Las Vegas — the KU men placed sixth out of 38 teams.

KU is led by three bowlers who average more than 200 per game: Kyle Turner (203.2), Justin Thompson (202.1) and Matt Washford (200.5).

Five other bowlers have 190 averages or better: Alex Hardman (197.7), Matt Bellus (194.6), Nick Campfield (193.3), Dylan Burns (192.4) and Jessy Bauer (190.4).

Comments

Andy Tweedy 5 years, 8 months ago

...and people say our athletic department has been nothing but basketball!!!

Brian Zachary 5 years, 8 months ago

I am happy to see some dap given to the bowling team. They work hard and deserve some recognition.

BowlingCoach 5 years, 8 months ago

Recruiting doesn't get much attention until spring semester; however I do have 4 bowlers committing to KU as of today; two men and two ladies. I'll give out more details after the current bowling season.

Jeff Worthington 5 years, 8 months ago

Is there gonna be a signing day tv special on ESPNU or anything?

deberg81 5 years, 8 months ago

Thanks for the info coach. Hopefully no hat ceremonies!

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