Louisville,KY - Campbellsville University Harrodsburg bowling traveled to Kingpin Lanes to compete in the Striking Knights Tournament hosted by Bellarmine University.
Daniel Montgomery continued to make an impact for the Maroon and White. He had the top individual performance placing at 30 out of over 100 bowlers in the tournament. Montgomery knocked over 1139 pins over 6 games for an average score of 189.8 per game. His top performance was a 210.
MarConey Gayton followed behind Montgomery at 32 individually. Gayton knocked over 1133 pins for an average score of 188.8 per game. He had the top individual game for the Tigers with a 236 in his second game of the tournament.
The second day of the tournament was 16 Baker games. The Maroon and White averaged a 171.9 during the Baker games. Peaking at the end of the baker games, the Tigers saw their best scores come in the final four games with scores of 205, 215, and 222 before finishing the tournament with a 188.
"The team was more enthusiastic for the Striking Knights Tournament," said Adam Voth, head bowling coach at Campbellsville University Harrodsburg. "We are getting better at communication and working together on lane transition and adjustments. Our spare percentage was up by ten percent from the last tournament. Much improved from the Green River Classic. Now we will have a month and a half to work hard and see what we can do at our next event in January."
CU Harrodsburg bowling will compete in the Cincinnati Collegiate Classic on January 26 and 27. The two day event will take place at Western Bowl in Cincinnati, OH.