CHESAPEAKE, Va. - The North Carolina A&T went 5-7 in over the weekend at the Hampton Roads Collegiate Bowling Invitational. One of the Aggies four wins included a victory over MEAC Southern Division favorite Norfolk State.
Individually, the Aggies were led by junior Amber Brown who had games exceed 200 in two separate games with a 201 and 224. Senior April Terry had the highest average for the Aggies with a 176.5 over five games. Brown closely followed with a 176.0 average.
"Spare shooting was better," said N.C. A&T head coach James Williams. "Still leaves for a lot of improvement. The team has started to figure out who they are. They found a way to continue to compete, and even led going into the last frame in every team match today."
In addition to beating the Spartans on Saturday, the Aggies also earned a victory over Virginia State. Their three losses on Saturday were to Elizabeth City State, Bowie and N.C. Central. On Friday, the Aggies took down Chowan and Virginia State.
N.C. A&T was 1-2 against MEAC competition. The Aggies wrapped up the tournament with a victory over Chowan and a loss to Bowie State.