Men’s Bowling finishes in 12th; Schaberg advances to USBC Nationals

Men’s Bowling finishes in 12th; Schaberg advances to USBC Nationals

(Addison, IL) - The Men's Bowling team head to Addison, Illinois for their most recent competition at the Intercollegiate Singles Championships (ISC) and Intercollegiate Team Championships (ITC) over this past weekend. 


The weekend consisted of each bowler going six individual games with the top eight individuals moving on to the USBC Intercollegiate Singles National Championship in April. The team event, which took place on Saturday and Sunday, saw teams bowl 64 total baker games throughout the two days. The top four teams in this sectional will move onto the USBC Intercollegiate Team National Championship which is also in April. 



At the top of the Cardinals scores was David Schaberg who placed 4th place overall which solidified his spot at the USBC Intercollegiate Singles National Championships in April. He tallied a score of 1332 with a high game of 259 in his second individual game. Patrick Good ended the tournament in 15th place with a total of 1246 pins. Brenden Gossman placed 33rd after hitting 1192 total pins. Hunter Fletcher and Conner Lackey would finish tied 56th place 1152 pins. Alexander Bumpus ended with 1140 pins, while the final three bowlers consisted of Spencer Mosher (1119 pins), Jeffrey Lizewski (1107 pins) and Korey Richard (1066 pins)



As a team the Cardinals would finish the first 32 baker games on Saturday by knocking down a total of 6087 pins while averaging 196.47 pins per games. This would see CUAA placing in 14th place for the first day.


On Sunday 32 more baker games were bowled for the total of 64 games in all. Throughout all of the games Cardinal bowlers hit 12,310 pins, which is an average of 192.34 pins per game. Which helped the Cardinals upgrade two spots in the standings into 12th. 



The majority of the Cardinals closed out their season on Sunday with David Schaberg advancing to the USBC National Championships in April. 



Two Cardinals closed out their career as seniors Korey Reichard and Brenden Gossman took the lanes for the final time in their CUAA careers.