COLUMBUS, Ohio - For the first time in school history, the Walsh Cavaliers women's bowling team finished first in a tournament as they won the Ohio Bowling Collegiate Conference #2 Tournament at AMF Sawmill Lanes on Saturday (Nov. 9).
Walsh was first of six teams after four individual games and 16 Baker games, totaling 5,688 pins for the day.
The Cavaliers placed two bowlers in the top five for the individual games. Kayla Van Natten finished second, as she was just four pins off the leader. Van Natten tied for the highest game of 205, totaled 670 pins in four games for an average of 167.5. Emily Kiss averaged 161.5 as she bowled a series of 646 with a high game of 177.
Natalie Sommers bowled three games, ending with a 198 high game as she was 15th overall with 527 total pins. Addison Starr was 17th, bowling a 500 series with a high game of 180. Abby Moore rolled a 160 and 175 in her two games.
Walsh averaged 153.8 per Baker game as they totaled 2,460 in 16 Baker games. The best Baker game was 188 on the afternoon.
The Cavaliers return to action in New York at the RedHawk Fall Rally Open this weekend.