HOUSTON, Texas (11/3/18) – The Arkansas State women’s bowling team fell to sixth-place after the second day of competition at the Track Kat Klash hosted by Sam Houston State at the Emerald Bowl in Houston, Texas.

The Red Wolves went 3-2 on the day, but struggled in key matchups that saw their pinfall total fall out of the top-four teams to miss qualifying for the championship round of Sunday’s bracket play round.

Nebraska leads the 17-team field with a two-day pinfall total of 9,883, followed by Maryland Eastern Shore in second place with a count of 9,841. McKendree is in third place with a score of 9,790 while Stephen F. Austin is in fourth after finishing with a total of 9,645. The Red Wolves just missed out on finishing among the top-four teams with total pinall of 9,435 to head into the bracket play round in sixth place.

A-State began the day with an impressive 1035-1015 over Tulane before suffering a 1,133-998 setback against Stephen F. Austin. An 888-830 loss to Texas Southern dropped the squad to 1-2, but an impressive 955-756 win over Alabama State put the momentum back in A-State’s favor. In the final match of the day the Red Wolves posted a score of 911 to Nebraska’s 881 to hand the Cornhuskers one of their two losses on the season.

In the individual standings, Julia Huren led the way for Arkansas State with a 203.4 average that put her in 10th place. Leah Glazer was close behind in 13th with an average of 198.8, while Denisyha Waller finished 33rd with a score of 186.2.

Sunday’s best-of-seven bracket play round will begin at 8:30 a.m. with the Red Wolves taking on Tulane.

Fans can keep up with the Arkansas State women’s bowling team by following the squad on Twitter (@AStateBowling) and by liking the Arkansas State Women’s Bowling page on Facebook.