LANSING, Mich. (4/9/22) – No. 3 overall seed Vanderbilt downed the Arkansas State women’s bowling team 2-0 in the National Collegiate Bowling Lansing Regional championship mega match Saturday afternoon at Royal Scot Golf and Bowl.
A-State ends the 2022 campaign at 72-37 and runner-up at the NCAA regional. The Red Wolves have advanced to the regional in each season the NCAA has used the regional format for the National Collegiate Bowling Championship bracket. Vanderbilt advances to the National Collegiate Championship in Columbus, Ohio, April 15-16.
Vanderbilt took the early lead by way of a 982-926 traditional match pin fall. Brooklyn Buchanan was the lone A-State bowler over 200 with a game of 202. Faith Welch rolled 188 and Emma Stull downed 187 pins. Sheila Sutfin totaled 180 and Montana Meyer put down 169.
The Commodores grabbed a 54-pin advantage in game one of Baker total pin fall and cruised to the victory. After Vanderbilt won the opening game 244-190, A-State got seven pins back in a 223-216 game two. The Commodores added 55 pins to the lead in game three, 224-169, and the deficit for the Red Wolves grew to 121 after game four, 213-194. The Red Wolves took the final game 241-213, but the Commodores took total pin fall 1,110-1,017.
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2022 National Collegiate Bowling Championship – Lansing Regional
Arkansas State vs Vanderbilt
A-State 926 Vanderbilt 982
Brooklyn Buchanan 202
Faith Welch 188
Emma Stull 187
Sheila Sutfin 180
Montana Meyer 169
Baker 5-Game Total Pinfall
A-State 190 Vanderbilt 244
A-State 223 Vanderbilt 216
A-State 169 Vanderbilt 224
A-State 194 Vanderbilt 213
A-State 241 Vanderbilt 213
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