WYOMING, Mich. (5/5/21) – Arkansas State freshman bowler Brooklyn Boudreau finished inside the top-10 at the Intercollegiate Singles Championship held at Spectrum Entertainment Complex this week.
Downing 1,066 pins over a six-game qualifier, Boudreau was the No. 16 seed in the bracket. Boudreau faced future teammate in signee Shalee Bradley in the first round of the bracket, taking the match by a total of 640-610 to advance to the second round. Boudreau edged top-seeded Mabel Cummins 586-585 to advance to the third round, but was edged by eighth-seeded Maryssa Carey 563-553.
Boudreau, named to the NTCA All-Freshman squad earlier this week, helped A-State advance to the national championship match for the second time in program history and a No. 2 ranking in the final NTCA poll. During the regular season, the Red Wolves won three of five events, finishing runner-up in the other two events. A third team All-Southland pick, Boudreau rolled an average of 200.70 with a high game of 253. She posted a first ball average of 8.99 and a fill percentage of 83.2 percent.
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