ARLINGTON, Texas – On Wednesday evening, the Ashford University men's and women's bowling teams learned where their seasons would continue, as the sectional qualifying assignments were announced for the 2014 XBowling Intercollegiate Team Championships.
Both squads have landed in the Addison Sectional, which will take place on Saturday and Sunday, Mar. 15-16, in Addison, Ill. at Stardust Bowl. The women finished 15th overall in total power points while the men finished 28th in the standings.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Ashford University men's and women's bowling teams completed regular season play over the weekend, taking part in the Backhaul Direct Hoosier Classic on Feb. 15-16. The two-day event featured nine team game with the top eight teams advancing to the tournament's elimination round.
Both squads performed well against the largest tournament field of the year. The Ashford women finished 12th overall in the 65-team field, while the men finished 17th out of 78 teams.
DUBUQUE, Iowa – The Ashford University men's and women's bowling teams continued their season on Feb. 8-9, taking part in the inaugural Crusader Classic, hosted by Clarke University.
The event consisted of six individual games on Saturday and 16 baker style games on Sunday with the top five teams advancing to a stepladder elimination round.
LACROSSE, Wis. – One week after facing one of the largest competitive fields of the year, the Ashford University men's and women's bowling teams took on the smallest field to date on Sat.-Sun. (Jan. 25-26) at the V-Hawk Invitational, hosted by Viterbo University.
The event featured three individual games and four baker-style games on Saturday and an additional 16 baker games on Sunday. The two teams at the top of the standings then advanced to a best-of-five baker series to determine a champion.
ADDISON, Ill. – Taking on one of the largest fields of the season, the Ashford University men's and women's bowling teams turned in a pair of impressive showing on Jan. 18-19 at the 2014 Kegel/ISBPA Midwest Collegiate Classic. The event consisted of nine team games with the final ranking being decided by total pins accumulated.
Facing off against fields consisting of more than 50 teams, both Saints squads turned in top-ten finishes. The AU women collected a total of 8,307 pins to finish in a tie for seventh place overall while the men's team mowed down 9,001 pins to finish in 10th place overall.