Jonesboro, Ark. (4/13/20) – Following a remarkable season by the Arkansas State women’s bowling team, Julia Huren and Taylor Davis received All-American recognition as the National Ten Pin Coaches Association unveiled its 2019-2020 All-America team, Monday.
Westland, Mich., native Huren received second-team honors, after she registered an outstanding three all-tournament titles, to go along with Bowler of Month recognition by the Southland Bowling League, for the month of November. The senior finished the season with an 89.75% Player Performance Index (PCPI), which was second-best in the conference.
Davison, Mich., native Davis, notched all-third team honors after she punched in an MVP performance for the Red Wolves at the Big Red Invitational (March 1). The junior finished the 2019-20 campaign with an impressive 78.40 PCPI, which was tied for fifth best in the SBL.
The team is traditionally announced on the eve of the NCAA Championship, which was canceled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
2020 NTCA All-America Teams
Taylor Bailey Senior McKendree University Joliet, Ill.
Maria Bulanova Senior Vanderbilt University Moscow, Russia
Breanna Clemmer Senior McKendree University Clover, S.C.
Alexis Neuer Senior Delaware State University Lewisburg, PA
Raquel Orozco Senior University of Nebraska-Lincoln Tijuana, Mex.
Olivia Farwell Junior Duquesne University Elizabethtown, PA
Bea Hernandez Sophomore Sam Houston State University Manila, Philippines
Julia Huren Senior Arkansas State University Westland, MI
Allie Leiendecker Freshman Louisiana Tech University Wooster, OH
Adel Warner Senior Vanderbilt University Las Cruces, NW
Taylor Davis Junior Arkansas State University Davison, MI
Rebecca Dodson Sophomore Mount St. Mary’s University Panama City, FL
Samantha Gainor Junior Vanderbilt University Chesterfield, MI
Cameron Strombeck Junior North Carolina A&T University Durham, NC
Haley Youker Sophomore Mercyhurst University East Syracuse, NY
Carlene Beyer Sophomore Stephen F. Austin State University Ogdensburg, WI
Elise Chambers Sophomore Sam Houston State University Ocoee, FL
Amanda Chrzanowski Junior Fairleigh Dickinson University Schenectady, NY
Mabel Cummins Freshman Vanderbilt University Elburn, IL
Angelique Dalesandro Sophomore Vanderbilt University Rolling Meadows, IL
Hope Gramly Sophomore McKendree University Prosper, TX
Cayla Hicks Senior U. of Maryland Eastern Shore Salem, VA
Madison McCall Junior Tulane University Myrtle Beach, SC
Cassidy Ray Sophomore University of Nebraska-Lincoln Herrin, IL
Chloe Skurzynski Sophomore U. of Maryland Eastern Shore Carlisle, PA
Player of the Year
Division I Raquel Orozco University of Nebraska-Lincoln Tijuana, Mexico
Division II/III Breanna Clemmer Mckendree University Clover, SC
Rookie of the Year
Division I Allie Leiendecker Louisiana Tech University Wooster, OH
Division II/III CC Riojas Wilmington University San Antonia, TX
Coach of the Year
Division I Doug Kuberski Youngstown State University
Fans can keep up with the Arkansas State women’s bowling team by following the squad on Twitter (@AStateBowling) and by liking the Arkansas State Women’s Bowling page on Facebook.
Original article source: https://astateredwolves.com/news/2020/4/13/womens-bowling-astatebowling-duo-earns-ntca-recognition.aspx | Article may or may not reflect the views of KLEK 102.5 FM or The Voice of Arkansas Minority Advocacy Council