The men's bowling team concluded their regular season as they traveled to Indianapolis, Indiana this past weekend to bowl in the biggest tournament of the year in the Hoosier Classic. They competed in a field of 78 men's teams and bowled on two very difficult oil patterns. On Saturday, teams bowled six team games on a 44-foot flat oil pattern. The team faltered a bit in the first game, but rebounded to shoot an 866 in game two. The team dropped off a bit in games three and four, but finished the day strong shooting an 884 and 899 placing them in 66th place for the day. On Sunday, teams bowled three more games on a much shorter pattern than day one as it was only 36 feet. The team improved each game but struggled with the shorter pattern dropping them four spots to finish 70th for the tournament.
Freshman Dylin Hunter led the team as he finished in 71st place out of 536 bowlers. Hunter had a great look on Saturday's pattern as he shot an 1,197 averaging a 199.5 for six games, but stumbled a bit on the shorter pattern to finish the tournament with a 191.56 average.