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Men’s Bowling Claims Championship in Missouri

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Bowling in their second tournament in school history, the Coyote Men’s Bowling team took home the Championship title at Andy B’s Baker Championship in Springfield, Missouri. The team was in second place after day one, and were only 31 pins behind the leaders, Central Missouri University. The team knew if they worked togethee, that they could potentially catch the leaders. After the first four Baker games, the Coyotes were tied atop the leaderboard with Central Missouri. The teams had a nice lead over Iowa Central Community college. During the next four games, the Coyotes ended up on the same pair as their fellow leaders. After the four games, KWU was at the top of the leaderboard by 81 over Iowa Central. They were just over 120 above Central Missouri. After 8 games, it was clear to see that one of these three schools would walk out with the victory. The next 8 games came and went for the teams, and each had their fair share of decent games, as well as poor games. The teams finished their 16 Baker games on Sunday and waited for the results to come in for the final four games. Kansas Wesleyan and Iowa Central Community College were tied and were 330 pins ahead of third-place Central Missouri. After an intense first three games, the Coyotes were 63 pins ahead of Iowa Central, meaning all they had to do was limit the damage, and the title was theirs. The team shot a 180 game and ended up winning the tournament. The team included Mickey Bridges, Ethan Resh, Emmanuel Hodge, John Bredehoeft, Ryan Franzen, and Tyler Clark.

Final Standings: (40 Baker Games):

1. Kansas Wesleyan University 7249
2. Iowa Central Community College 7203
3. Drury University 6826
4. Culver-Stockton College 6820
5. Central Missouri /University of 6709
6. Missouri Baptist University 6601
7. Missouri /University of 6534
8. Missouri Western State University 5474

 

 

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