JONESBORO, Ark. (7/24/23) – Aubrey Kiddle, a transfer from Upper Iowa University, has joined the Arkansas State bowling program, head coach Justin Kostick announced Wednesday.
“Getting Aubrey this late is a great addition to our program,” said Kostick. “She gives us valuable experience being a transfer that has two years of college bowling under her belt already. The added depth is something that is a great luxury in college bowling and we look forward to having her join the program.”
A Lindenhurst, Ill., native, Kiddle appeared in a team-high 39 games last season for Upper Iowa. She led the team with an average of 185.6 pins per game, posting a high game of 227. She earned a spot on the All-Tournament Team at the Hawk Classic finishing third overall individually. She was one of four members of the team to compete as an individual at the USBC Sectionals.
Kiddle began her collegiate career at Clarke University in the 2021-22 season. She bowled in four events totaling 13 games to average 180.62 pins. She bowled in six games at the Hoosier Classic and averaged 175.8 pins. She posted a 209 average in three games at the Warhawk Open.
Kiddle was a 2023 Junior Gold Championship Qualifier and has participate in USA Bowling Team Trials each of the last two years.
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