2018-19 AMCC Wmen's Bowling News

  • RUSTY THOMSEN, FRANK PARISI RETURN TO LEAD NJCU BOWLING PROGRAM
    May 15, 2019
    For 11 seasons from 2002 to 2013, Frank Parisi and Rusty Thomsen formed one of the most illustrious coaching combinations in the history of NCAA women's bowling, leading the Division III New Jersey City University program to seven consecutive NCAA Bowling National Collegiate championships and four Final Fours, including a game shy of the 2008 national championship final.
  • SAINT VINCENT'S KOEHLER, GUESMAN TAKE BOWLING TOP HONORS AS ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM IS RELEASED
    April 09, 2019
    Saint Vincent College sophomore Dani Koehler has been named the 2019 AMCC Bowler of the Year.
  • MAVS SEASON ENDS IN NCAA TOURNAMENT
    April 09, 2019
    The Medaille College women's bowling team looked forward to today's historic accomplishment of gaining an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament after winning the AMCC for the third consecutive season.
  • D3 WEEK DAY 5: BEHREND REMAINS IN COMMAND OF PRESIDENTS CUP AFTER WINTER SEASON
    April 05, 2019
    As the winter sports season comes to a close, Penn State Behrend holds on to their commanding lead in the Presidents Cup Standings with an .813 percentage ranking to remain in the top spot of the conference.
  • Dani Koehler, Saint Vincent College, Bowling
    March 29, 2019
    Koehler led all bowlers at the AMCC Championship in both Traditional (19.5) and Baker averages (18.77). Her overall average of 19.05 pins per frame was nearly a full pin higher than all others. Her 26.1% double percentage in the 10th frame also led all bowlers, and she lifted SVC to victories in three games for the weekend by converting all three strikes in the 10th in strike-out-or-lose situations.
  • MEDAILLE BOWLING TO TAKE ON ARKANSAS STATE IN NCAA OPENER
    March 28, 2019
    The Medaille College women's bowling team won their third straight AMCC Tournament Championship last week and yesterday they found out where their historic season will take them next.
  • MEDAILLE CLAIMS THIRD STRAIGHT BOWLING TITLE, EARNS CONFERENCE'S FIRST AUTOMATIC BID TO NATIONAL TOURNAMENT
    March 24, 2019
    Medaille College claimed their third straight AMCC women's bowling title and earned the conference's first-ever automatic bid to the NCAA national tournament.
  • MEDAILLE, MOUNT ALOYSIUS TO CLASH FOR AMCC WOMEN'S BOWLING TITLE
    March 23, 2019
    Medaille College remains as the only unbeaten team as they punched their ticket to the AMCC women's bowling championship match with a Saturday morning victory over Mount Aloysius College.
  • MEDAILLE AND MOUNT ALOYSIUS ADVANCE TO THE WINNERS BRACKET IN AMCC BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIP
    March 22, 2019
    The AMCC bowling championship kicked off Friday afternoon as #1 Medaille College faced #4 Pitt-Bradford and #2 Mount Aloysius College took on #3 Saint Vincent College at Sim's Lanes in Beaver Falls, PA.
  • Liz Minnard, Medaille College, Bowling
    March 20, 2019
    Minnard led the AMCC last week with a 19.27 average. She also recorded a 215 traditional average, a 53% strike rate and an 80.0% fill rate.
  • BOWLERS GEAR UP FOR AMCC CHAMPIONSHIP
    March 19, 2019
    The AMCC women's bowling championship kicks off on Friday afternoon, as the winner will receive the conference's first-ever automatic bid to the NCAA national tournament.
  • Rayissa Amon, Mount Aloysius College, Bowling
    March 06, 2019
    Amon rolled 57 frames in the second AMCC round robin, averaging 192.1 for the weekend. She had single game highs of 215 and 202 on day one of the round robin competition, and aided her team in securing the highest total pinfall for the weekend of 6,071 and a team average of 173.4 for the weekend. Amon had a strike percentage of 38.6 (highest overall) and a spare percentage of 78.1.
  • MEDAILLE CLAIMS BOWLING REGULAR SEASON TITLE AFTER WINNING SECOND ROUND ROBIN
    March 03, 2019
    The Medaille College Mavericks were victorious in their second AMCC Round Robin of the season, claiming a regular season title and the top seed heading into the championship tournament.
  • MAVS STAY HOT ON DAY ONE OF SECOND ROUND ROBIN
    March 02, 2019
    The second leg of the AMCC Round Robins kicked off today at New Jersey City University, as the format for this Round Robin was a traditional team match.
  • Morgan Walsh, Medaille College, Women's Bowling
    February 26, 2019
    Walsh led the AMCC this week with an 18.11 average in 100 frames of work.  She had an impressive 37.0% strike percentage and had a 77.0% fill percentage.
  • Dani Koehler, Saint Vincent College, Bowling
    February 24, 2019
    Kohler earned Tournament MVP honors in the Br. Pat Lacey Memorial, leading a field of 54 bowlers. It was her second straight year as the tournament MVP. She was the only bowler to surpass the 1000 pin level for the day, shooting 1013 for an average of 202.6 per game. She was consistent throughout the day, with a low of 190 and a high of 222. She had just four open frames on the day and was "clean" in three of five contests.
  • Autumn Fortunato, New Jersey City University, Women's Bowling
    February 12, 2019
    Fortunato tossed a staggering 132 frames last week in 13 matches at the Golden Bear Classic, the most of any bowler in the conference. She notched an 18.99 frame average which was third-best in the league, despite bowling quadruple the number of total frames of those above her. Fortunato had 59 strikes in 132 attempts for a 44.7 percentage strike rate that was second-best in the league. Her 8.83 first ball average and 76.9 percentage makeable spare percentage. Fortunato filled 84.1 percent of all frames. She also converted two of her eight splits on the week.
  • Dani Koehler, Saint Vincent College, Bowling
    February 07, 2019
    Koehler had a record-setting weekend, helping to lead the Bearcats to a 5-1 record in the school's first-ever AMCC Round Robin and an 8-1 record overall for the week. The sophomore established a new school record with a Baker average of 22.45 for the tournament, including a 24 average on day two. On Saturday, Koehler needed two strikes in the 10th frame of the fifth Baker game against Mount Aloysius for Saint Vincent to win, and she pulled through with all three strikes as SVC set a school record with a 243 game. In the Mount Aloysius match, Koehler struck on 13 of 17 opportunities as SVC set a new school record with a five-game Baker total of 1,026. On day two of the tournament, she once again struck out in the 10th against Pitt-Bradford, as SVC equaled the record set the day before with a Baker score of 243. For the tournament, she faced a full rack 90 times and threw 57 strikes, a 63.3% strike percentage.
  • MEDAILLE ROLLS TO FIRST PLACE FINISH AT AMCC ROUND ROBIN
    February 03, 2019
    Medaille posted a perfect 7-0 record to win the AMCC February round robin at Classic Lanes in Kenmore, NY on Sunday.
  • MEDAILLE TAKES EARLY LEAD IN BOWLING ROUND ROBIN
    February 02, 2019
    Medaille College went 4-0 on the first day of the AMCC February round robin at Classic Lanes in Kenmore, NY.
  • AMCC BOWLERS PREPARE FOR FIRST ROUND ROBIN OF THE SEASON
    January 30, 2019
    AMCC bowlers are busy preparing for the first of two conference round robin tournaments that kicks off this weekend. Hilbert College will serve as the host, which will take place on Saturday, February 2 and Sunday, February 3 at Classic Lanes in Kenmore, NY.
  • Nicole Nebel, Mount Aloysius College, Women's Bowling
    January 30, 2019
    Nebel rolled a 17.0 Baker average on the first day of the Red Flash Invitational and aided her team in a 3-2 record putting them in first place after day one. In Saturday's traditional format, Nicole averaged 200 for three games of traditional play which helped MAC Bowling secure the top seed heading into Sundays final rounds. On the final day of competition, Nebel was lead off in March one and later anchored the Mounties in the final match against SFU to a second place finish rolling an individual Baker average of 23.8 for 29 frames, setting a new school record and marking in 27 of 29 frames. For the three-day tournament, Nebel averaged 18.3 in the Baker format, 200 in team match play, and rolled a single-game high of 235.
  • Morgan Barlock, St. Vincent College, Women's Bowling
    January 23, 2019
    Barlock, a first-year bowler and former Saint Vincent basketball player, set her career high with a 201 game in a 908-646 traditional game win over Pitt-Bradford.
  • AMCC STUDENT-ATHLETES SET TO COLLECT WARM CLOTHING FOR LESS FORTUNATE
    January 16, 2019
    As the temperatures in January continue to drop throughout the landscape of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC), the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will be joining forces over the next two weeks to help keep the less fortunate warm this winter.
  • Autumn Fortunato, New Jersey City University, Women's Bowling
    December 06, 2018
    Fortunato placed first overall in a field of 79 bowlers and was the MVP of the Wildcat Division II-III Invitational in Wilmington, Del. Her 258 was the highest individual score in the tournament. Fortunato had the league's best traditional frame average this week (19.78) and a 17.01 Baker frame average (fifth overall). She also had a 37.7% strike percentage and a 69.3 percentage spare percentage. She also converted 36.4 percent of her splits. She had a 197.80 average and 989 total wood with a high game of 258, a career best. Her five scores were 220-193-160-158-258.
  • Dani Koehler, Saint Vincent College, Bowling
    November 21, 2018
    Koehler was consistent throughout the match against Division-II Ursuline, throwing games of 190 and 200 followed by a 19.3 in Baker competition. She had a total of 14 strikes on the day, as SVC improved to 12-0 in the season, the only team in the NCAA that remains undefeated.
  • Kelsey Hammons, Pitt-Bradford, Bowling
    November 13, 2018
    Hammons was the anchor for a Panthers team that had a breakout week with two road matches against two conference opponents. UPB picked up a 3-1 win over PS-Behrend on Saturday and followed that up with a 3-0 victory over PS-Altoona on Sunday. Hammons led the Panthers with a 184.4 team match scoring average and a 16.9 Baker match average. She also rolled a single-game high of 200 against Behrend. 
  • Dani Koehler, Saint Vincent College, Bowling
    November 07, 2018
    Koehler set a new school record for a two-game series (434) and three-game series (610) in the dual match at PSU-Behrend. SVC's 6-0 week improved the team's record to 9-0 on the season. Koehler averaged a 20.17 during Baker match play and a 194.4 in the team match format. She also rolled a single-game high of 234. 
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