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Results
Apr 07
Women's Bowling Final
Contender's Bracket Quarterfinals at Collegiate Club Championships
Indianapolis, Ind.--All-Star Bowl
Apr 06
Women's Bowling Final
2nd place in Pool 3 (4011 pins) at Collegiate Club Championships
Indianapolis, Ind.--All-Star Bowl
Mar 10
Women's Bowling Final (thru 64 games)
12th of 16 schools (10,822 pins) at United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championship
@ Smyrna, Tenn.--Smyrna Bowling Center
Mar 09
Women's Bowling Final--Games 1-48
14th of 16 schools (8,160 pins) at United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championship
@ Smyrna, Tenn.--Smyrna Bowling Center
Mar 08
Women's Bowling Final
Senior Marissa Land, 80th of 165 (1065 pins) at United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championship
@ Smyrna, Tenn.--Smyrna Bowling Center
More Headlines
October 13, 2018 Women's Bowling Earns Top-10 Placement at UPIKE Orange and Black Classic The Bulldogs bowled a 6,884 total pins while Jordyn Stone led the team with a 926 series.
September 22, 2018 Women's Bowling Opens 2018-19 Campaign with Fifth-Place Showing at RC Warrior Classic The Bulldogs shot a 6,034 to beat eight other squads while Marissa Land led the way with all-tournament honors.
July 13, 2018 Athletic Communications Office Honored at 61st Annual CoSIDA Convention in Washington, D.C. Led by Sports Information Director Patrick Stewart, Adrian picked up four awards including two that placed nationally.
September 7, 2017 Marq Hicks Joins Bowling Staff as Head Coach Hicks returns to the state of Michigan where he has family roots.
April 9, 2017 Defending Collegiate Club Champions Finish as the National Runner-Up Adrian was edged by Bellarmine University in the final round for the national championship.
March 12, 2017 Senior Brittney Antonelli Finishes in Upper Half in Singles; Bulldogs Come in Ninth at USBC Sectionals Antonelli placed 51st while her teammates knocked down a total of 11,181 pins to finish ahead of seven other schools.

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