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Forester bowling compete in Sectional Qualifier

by Eric Andrews - eandrews@h-ponline.com

The Huntington University men’s and women’s bowling teams competed at the Intercollegiate Team Championship Sectional Qualifier at 30 Strikes in Stratford, New Jersey, on March 9 and 10.

The event included a total of 64 games played by each competing team, with the top four teams at each Sectional Qualifier advancing to the Intercollegiate Team Championship, which will be held April 17–20 in Dayton, Ohio.

The men’s team finished in 15th place at their Sectional Qualifier, tallying a total of 11,509 points throughout their 64 games.

Meanwhile, the Forester women just barely missed out on qualifying for the Intercollegiate Team Championship, finishing if fifth place with an overall score of 11,742.

The women’s team entered the fourth block of games holding the fourth position with 8,772 points, just 22 points ahead of Webber International’s 8,750. However, Webber International had an excellent fourth block, racking up 3,135 points in the 16 games, while Huntington posted 2,970.

Delaware State, who entered the fourth block in third place, scored 2,855 points in the block, but still managed to hold on to their top-four spot by finishing with a total of 11,804 points throughout the Sectional Qualifier, just 62 points ahead of the Foresters for the final qualifying placement.

With neither team qualifying for the Intercollegiate Team Championship, the Foresters’ seasons have come to a close.


The Huntington University women’s tennis team started the 2019 portion of their campaign with a 9–0 loss to Bellarmine at the Louisville Indoor Racquet Club in Kentucky on Saturday, dropping the Foresters’ season record to 9–5.

“This was a tough opening spring match against a very solid opponent,” said head coach Roger Ferguson in a press release. “Hopefully we will be able to learn from this match and make the necessary corrections.”

Huntington will next be in action on March 30 when they travel to Notre Dame, Indiana, to face Holy Cross.


No. 1: Jennifer Skonieczny (BU) def. Meg Dolde (HU) 6–3, 4–6, 10–7

No. 2: Ashley Jonathan (BU) def. Morgan Fitzpatrick (HU) 6–2, 6–1

No. 3: Maggie Walroth (BU) def. Lisa Colling (HU) 6–3, 6–1

No. 4: Ava Ratcliff (BU) def. Anastasiia Evstifeeva (HU) 6–0, 6–0

No. 5: Aubrey Smith (BU) def. Lanae Singleton (HU) 6–2, 6–2

No. 6: Madison Devillez (BU) def. Marla Odendahl (HU) 6–4, 6–4


No. 1: Walroth/Jonathan (BU) def. Dolde/Fitzpatrick (HU) 6–1

No. 2: Skonieczny/Ratcliff (BU) def. Singleton/Colling (HU) 6–0

No. 3: Smith/Devillez (BU) def. Evstifeeva/Burton (HU) 6–1