first_imgThird Team Kaitlyn Eder, Louisiana Tech Samantha Gainor, Vanderbilt Hope Gramly, McKendreeJulia Huren, Arkansas State Adel Wahner, Vanderbilt Win-Loss Percentage: Vanderbilt, 74.00% (94-33) Baker Double %: Sam Houston State, 48.10% Strike %: Vanderbilt, 48.10% Traditional Frame Average: Nebraska, 20.27Baker Frame Average: Vanderbilt, 20.24 Single-Pin Spare Conversion %: Vanderbilt, 92.70% Spare %: Vanderbilt, 73.50% Baker Frame Average: Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt, 21.30 Traditional Frame Average: Megan Straub, Nebraska, 21.24Strike %: Megan Straub, Nebraska, 55.00%Baker Double %: Megan Straub, Nebraska, 60.90%Single-Pin Conversion %: Alexis Neur, Delaware State, 96.40%Overall Spare Conversion %: Cayla Hicks, Maryland Eastern Shore, 76.80% Honorable Mention Paige Beeney, Stephen F. Austin Taylor Davis, Arkansas State Katey Furze, Central MissouriLeah Glazer, Arkansas State Tiera Gulum, Tulane Cayla Hicks, Maryland Eastern ShoreEmily Notebaret, Roberts WesleyanAllison Morris, NebraskaAna Sofia Olaya, North Carolina A&TDenishya Waller, Arkansas State INDIVIDUAL CATEGORIES TEAM CATEGORIES Coach of the Year Division I: John Williamson, VanderbiltDivision II/III: Shannon O’Keefe McKendree WICKLIFFE, Ohio – Vanderbilt’s Maria Bulanova was named the Division I Player of the Year, while Sam Houston State’s Bea Hernandez earned Rookie of the Year honors, the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) announced Wednesday. The Southland Bowling League was represented well on the All-America Teams as 12 student-athletes landed among the NTCA squads.Along with her Player of the Year honor, Bulanova was named a First Team All-America selection after leading the Vanderbilt squad to a No. 1 overall seed heading into the 2019 NCAA Bowling Championship. The junior was also named the 2019 Southland Bowler of the Year after dealing a league-best 754 strikes.Bulanova is joined on the first team by Stephen F. Austin’s Dakotah Hazlewood, who stands fourth in the nation for overall and traditional average. Hazlewood also ranks sixth nationally for strikes and Baker Average and helped push her Ladyjack squad to an opening round win over Texas A&M Prairie View at Emerald Bowl in Houston, Texas (April 5).In addition to being named the NTCA Rookie of the Year, Sam Houston State’s Hernandez was also tabbed a Second Team All-America honoree. She led her Bearkat squad to its first-ever Southland Bowling League title after a perfect 4-0 sweep through the Southland Bowling Tournament. The SHSU freshman ranks 10th in the nation with a 91.40 Player Composite Performance Index (PCPI) rating.The NTCA third team includes Kaitlyn Eder (Louisiana Tech), Julia Huren (Arkansas State), Samantha Gainor (Vanderbilt) and Adel Wahner (Vanderbilt).Paige Beeney (Stephen F. Austin), Taylor Davis (Arkansas State), Leah Glazer (Arkansas State), Tiera Gulum (Tulane) and Denishya Waller (Arkansas State) all earned Honorable Mention accolades.The opening round of the 2019 NCAA Bowling Championship begins at 9 a.m. Thursday, April 11 at RollHouse Wickliffe in Wickliffe, Ohio. The Southland Bowling League has four contenders vying for the national title. No. 1 Vanderbilt is slated to face Sacred Heart in match one.Arkansas State will take on Nebraska in match two at 9 a.m. Rounding out the Southland Bowling League competitors will be Sam Houston State and Stephen F. Austin who will face off in match three.Arkansas State and Stephen F. Austin earned a spot on the lanes in Wickliffe after opening round victories. The Red Wolves swept Medaille College on April 9 in Traditional and Baker Total Pinfall matches. 2018-19 NTCA All-AmericansFirst Team Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt Breanna Clemmer, McKendreeDakotah Hazlewood, Stephen F. Austin Raquel Orozco, NebraskaMeghan Straub, Nebraska Second TeamTaylor Bailey, McKendreeOlivia Farwell, DuquesneBea Hernandez, Sam Houston State Emma Kuhn, Wisconsin WhitewaterLauren Pate, McKendree Rookie of the YearDivision I: Bea Hernandez, Sam Houston StateDivision II/III: Hope Gramly, McKendree Player of the Year Division I:  Maria Bulanova, VanderbiltDivision II/III:  Breanna Clemmer, McKendreelast_img read more

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