Indianapolis, IN – CU Harrodsburg bowling traveled to Indianapolis, IN to compete in the Columbia 300 Western Shootout on Oct. 20 and 21.
The Maroon and White got off to a slow start on the first day of competition. By focusing on strike and spare percentage the Tigers had a late surge to round out the team competition. In total the CU Harrodsburg bowlers knocked over 7037 pins over the course of the team competition.
Competition on the second day was 15 Baker games. The Tigers bowled over 200 in games 4 and 12. Game 4 was the high point of the baker games with a score of 235. Game 12 was just behind with a score of 214. The Maroon and White averaged a score of 148 over the course of the Baker games.
"We did much better as a team this weekend than we did in the first tournament," said Adam Voth, head bowling coach at CU Harrodsburg. "We had several games where we came together as a team to make something great happen. It was another great learning experience for everyone. Our new last minute transfer Daniel Montgomery was a great addition to the team. He came out and led the team in average, strike percentage, and spare percentage this weekend. I look forward to Smyrna, Tennessee this coming weekend."
CU Harrodsburg bowling travels to Smyrna, TN for the MSC Smyrna Collegiate Baker Bash on Oct. 27 and 28.