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Bowling Finishes Capital Classic In Seventh

Courtesy: NC A&T Sports Information
          Release: 02/12/2013
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DOVER, Del.- The North Carolina A&T bowling team came in seventh place in the Capital Classic tournament on Sunday at the Brunswick Doverama.

The Aggies (33-21, 10-6 MEAC) entered the bracket competition as the seventh seed.  They opened the day against N.C. Central, defeating the Eagles 4-1.  The Aggies then advanced to face No. 12 St. Francis, and lost 4-2.  The Aggies bested N.C. Central  4-1 again to end the tournament in seventh.

The Aggies finished the Capital Classic with a 7-6 record, and a total pinfall of 8,538.  A&T had two players average over 200 for the tournament in senior Amber Brown (200.6) and freshman Emily Strombeck (206.4).  Strombeck also recorded a new season-high game by bowling a 237 against No. 9 Adelphi on Saturday. 

Freshman Najah Owens averaged a season-best 182.2 in the tournament, and recorded a new season-high game when she bowled 235 against Hampton in head-to-head competition on Saturday. 

The Aggies will compete in the Morgan State Invitational from Feb. 15-17 in Towson, Md.   It will be their final match before competing in the final conference tournament of the season on March 2-3 to determine who advances to the MEAC Championship Tournament. 

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