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Women's Bowling in Fifth After First Day of AMCC Championships
2/11/2017 — JOHNSTOWN, Pa. - Penn State Altoona women's bowling was in fifth place by the end of the first of two days in the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championships on Saturday at Richland Lanes.
Saturday featured matches in the traditional team format. The Lady Lions tallied 3,318 total pins in five matches to rank fifth out of six teams. Mount Aloysius College was in first after going 4-1 and tallying 4,399 pins.
Penn State Altoona lost to Pitt-Bradford (853-681), New Jersey City University (800-713), Mount Aloysius (858-660), and Medaille College (802-639) while defeating Thiel College (632-581).
Brea Suchonic (Butler, PA/Butler) led Penn State Altoona in total pinfall and average, dropping 801 pins for an average of 160.2 pins per game. She ranked her 14th among all individual bowlers in total pinfall.
Nicole Watt (Altoona, PA/Bishop Guilfoyle) dropped 751 pins for an average of 150.2 pins per game. Asia James (Washington, D.C./Benjamin Banneker) finished the day with 621 pins, and Rylee Duck (Mifflintown, PA/Juniata) had a total pinfall of 610. Lisbeth Sanchez (Millersville, MD/Old Mill) rounded out the Lady Lions' five with 542 total pins dropped.
The second and final day of the AMCC Championships is tomorrow, Sunday, February 12. Competition gets underway at 9:00 a.m., with all matches played in the baker format.
Photo: Penn State Altoona senior Brea Suchonic led her team and ranked 14th individually with a total pinfall of 801 on Saturday in the AMCC Championships.
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