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@AStateBowling Trio Earns SBL All-Conference Recognition

March 30, 2020

Jonesboro, Ark. (3/30/20) – Following a remarkable season by the Arkansas State women’s bowling team, Julia Huren, Taylor Davis and Emma Stull were named to the All-Southland Bowling League Team, announced Monday.
 
We had a great team effort on the year,” said A-State head bowling coach Justin Kostick. “When the team does well, we are going to have individual standouts. I am extremely proud of Julia (Huren), Taylor (Davis) and Emma (Stull).”
 
Westland, Mich., native Huren received first-team honors, after she registered an outstanding three all-tournament titles, to go along with Bowler of Month recognition, 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, also notched all-first 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 league.
 
Raleigh, N.C. native Stull, was named to the Southland’s All-Conference third-team after she bowled to an impressive 85.4 filled frame percentage to go along with an 60.32% PCPI.
 
All- First Team
 
Taylor Davis, Arkansas State
Julia Huren, Arkansas State
Bea Hernandez, Sam Houston State
Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt
Samantha Gainor, Vanderbilt
 
All-Second Team
 
Allie Laiendecker, Louisiana Tech
Elise Chambers, Sam Houston State
Madison McCall, Tulane
Angelique Dalesandro, Vanderbilt
Adel Wahner, Vanderbilt
 
All-Third Team
 
Emma Stull, Arkansas State
Katelyn Dickerson, Sam Houston State
Lynne Fishler, Sam Houston State
Carlene Beyer, Stephen F. Austin
Mabel Cummins, Vanderbilt
Bowler of the Year: Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt
Newcomer of the Year: Allie Leiendecker, Louisiana Tech
Coach of the Year: Doug Kuberski, Youngstown State
 
 
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.
 

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