Bowling Heads to Maryland to Compete in the James Brown Invitational

Bowling Heads to Maryland to Compete in the James Brown Invitational

EVENT: James Brown Invitational

DATE: February, 17-19 2017

LOCATION: AMF Towson Lanes, MD

 

Opening Frame

The Saint Peter's women's bowling will compete in the James Brown Invitational, hosted by Morgan State University at the AMF Towson Lanes in Towson MD. This will be an all day event.

 

Last Time Out

Saint Peter's women's bowling placed ninth in the team standings at the Golden Bear Classic on February 10. The Peacocks finished with six wins and seven losses, totaling 8,799 pins.

During Baker Rounds, the Peacocks knocked down a total of 8,985 pins. Saint Peter's won five matches defeating Wilmington (844-668), Coppin State (782-653), Robert Wesleyan (769-685) and Duquesne (868-757).

 

Pin Setters

The Peacocks have one Senior; Amanda Santos and three Juniors; Jacquelyne Broadfoot, Lidia Desapio and Jasmine Hodges.

 

New to the Flock

Returners will welcome three freshmen, Gabrielle Morales from Newark, NJ, Vicky Spirio from Long Branch, NJ, and Nicolle Wetzel from Brick, NJ.

 

Next Up

The Peacocks will head back on the road to compete in the Golden Bear Classic at Bowl-O-Rama in Reading,PA on February 10.

 

About the coach

Jennifer Houseward begins her second season at Saint Peter's as the women's bowling head coach. Houseward served as an assistant coach for the bowling program in 2013-14 after a successful four-year bowling career at Saint Peter's. Houseward graduated in 2013 with a bachelor's degree in health and physical education. She helped the Saint Peter's bowling squad to first-place standing at the Beach Open Tournament in North Carolina in 2009 and to the team's first winning season in program history with a 61-51 mark in her freshman campaign. She has helped Saint Peter's to a second-place finish at the Hampton Roads Collegiate Bowling Invitational in 2010 and the Peacocks reached its highest national ranking in team history after ranking 17th in the country in December of 2011.