COLUMBUS, Ohio - The Walsh Cavaliers men's bowling team finished second in the #2 Ohio Bowling Conference Tournament on Saturday (Nov. 2), for the best finish in the short history of the program.
Walsh finished second of eight teams with 6,052 total pins. The teams bowled four individual games along with 16 Baker games for the event.
Zak Williams was named the Tournament MVP as he was the top men's bowler. Williams totaled 794 pins, for an average of 198.5 in the individual games. After bowling a 167 and 181 in the first two games, Williams led all bowlers in game three and game four with scores of 226 and 220, respectively. This was the first time that a men's bowler earned MVP honors.
Jarod Tillman finished tenth with a series of 698, bowling a high game of 210. Zachary Eble rolled a high score of 179 as he totaled 684 for his four games, placing 13th overall of 57 bowlers. Matthew Tryjanikowski averaged 163.5 in four games after a series of 654 as he was 18th overall.
In the Baker games, Walsh averaged 162.5 as they totaled 2,600 pins over 16 games. Walsh bowled a 235, the highest Baker game of the tournament in game 14.
Walsh will compete in the Roto Grip Raider Classic this weekend in BeaverCreek, Ohio.