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Monday, November 2, 2009

Lady Hornets Bowling Picking Up Where They Left Off


Junior Angela Reynolds led the Hornets with a total pinfall of 1073 at the FDU Fright Knight Invite.


Even with a new coach, the results remain the same for the defending MEAC champion lady Hornets bowling team.

On Halloween weekend, the Lady Hornets showed other teams that they could be the favorite to win another MEAC championship and possibily the national championship.

During the Fright Knight Tournament weekend the lady hornets defeated teams like #8 New Jersey City, Bethune Cookman, Long Island, #10 Kutztown, Florida A&M, #15 Morgan State, Fairleigh Dickerson, and Maryland Eastern Shore.

The Lady Hornets are 7-0 in Baker matches and 9-4 overall. Pretty good start for the defending champions.

Starting on the weekend of November 7th, the Lady Hornets will begin defending their MEAC title with a trip to Hampton, Virgina and the North Division Invitation.

Good luck to the lady Hornets this season on defending the MEAC Championship.

DSU bowling coach Ricki Williams-Ellison (left) talks with senior Kalyn Washburn during practice last week.