DOUGLASSVILLE, Pa. – The Felician University women's bowling team concluded a winning weekend by going 3-2 in its five five-game Baker dual matches during the Baker-play half of the 2019 Bowling for the KUre tournament, hosted by Kutztown University on Sunday at Jay Lanes.
The weekend was scored as two separate one-day events, with teams having the option to participate in either or both. Felician (23-35) went 4-1, and finished sixth of nine teams in total pinfall, during traditional play on Saturday.
Sunday's competition also saw the final team standings listed by total pins. The Golden Falcons ended up fifth out of eight teams with a total score of 4,492 – a per-game average of 179.7.
Junior right-hander Nicole Aumack (Brick, N.J./Brick Township) bowled "anchor" (fifth and 10th frames) for Felician in all five matches, while sophomore righty Jenn Ingulli (Oakhurst, N.J./Ocean Township) handled the "setup" role (fourth and ninth frames) all day.
After dropping its opening match on Sunday to Division-I Saint Francis College-Brooklyn, Felician won a narrow 887-866 decision over Daemen College. The Golden Falcons then upended Molloy College, Saturday's team champion, by a 932-827 count.
A loss to host and No. 25 nationally-ranked Kutztown left the Golden Falcons even on the day. But in another bout with Damen, Felician came up with its highest score of the tournament and emerged victorious, 943-905, to end the competition. Freshman Kaitlyn Lowey (Fords, N.J./Union Catholic) bowled leadoff in the Match 5 win.
Kutztown went 5-0 and finished first in the team standings with a score of 4,785 (191.4 average). Saint Francis' Victoria Hollywood achieved a Baker frame averaged of 20.4 for the day and was named tournament Most Valuable Player.