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Bowling: LWC Women finish 15th at Brandon Burns Memorial

Smyrna, TN - The Lindsey Wilson women's bowling team finished in 15th place at the Brandon Burns Memorial tournament over the weekend.

Lindsey Wilson racked up 7,108 points across six team games and 16 baker style games. LWC managed 4,779 points during the team games and 2,329 points during baker play.

Jacqueline Oliphant produced the best finish from Lindsey Wilson finishing in 31st place with a 176.67 pin average across her six games. She knocked down 1,060 pins along the way.

Abby Oswald took 62nd with a 157.33 pin average as Janna Plains finished one spot behind with a 156.5 average. Tara Manis picked up a 66th place finish after averaging 155 pins. The trio all played played six games.

Makayla Melson bowled five games with a 158.6 pin average as Haven Crawford bowled the final game with 113 pins.

Lindsey Wilson is back in action on Nov. 26-27 when they compete at the All NAIA Event in Louisville, Kentucky.

This story was posted on 2022-11-22 08:00:45
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