WICKLIFFE, Ohio. (3/11/19) –Arkansas State’s Julia Huren, Leah Glazer, Denisyha Waller and Taylor Davis received All-American honors during the 2019 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship Banquet Wednesday.
Huren, a native of Westland Mich., was named Third-Team of the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA). In 2018, Huren earned the number one seed in the junior Gold Championship U20 division, clinching a spot-on Junior Team USA for the second-straight season.
Glazer, Waller and Davis were named to the NTCA Honorable Mention Team.
Las Vegas, NV., native Glazer, was named Honorable Mention, after helping lead the fourth ranked Red Wolves to their 12th-straight NCAA Tournament appearance. She also helped lead the Scarlet and Black to 73-43 regular season finish.
Markham, Ill., native Waller, was named Honorable Mention, after recording back-to-back 233.00 averages at the Mid-Winter Classic and Kutztown Invitational, while earning all-tournament honors at each event. She was named the Southland Bowler of the Month for January.
Davison, Mich., native Davis, was named Honorable Mention, after earning an automatic bid on Junior Team USA after finishing fourth among juniors and 21st overall while registering an overall average scratch of 6, 127 for a 207.23 average over the five-day event.
Arkansas State will play Vanderbilt in an elimination round Thursday, April 11 at 2 p.m. (CT).
2018-19 NTCA All-Americans:
Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt
Breanna Clemmer, McKendree
Dakotah Hazlewood, Stephen F. Austin
Raquel Orozco, Nebraska
Meghan Straub, Nebraska
Taylor Bailey, McKendree
Olivia Farwell, Duquesne
Bea Hernandez, Sam Houston State
Emma Kuhn, Wisconsin Whitewater
Lauren Pate, McKendree
Kaitlyn Eder, Louisiana Tech
Samantha Gainor, Vanderbilt
Hope Gramly, McKendree
Julia Huren, Arkansas State
Adel Wahner, Vanderbilt
Paige Beeney, Stephen F. Austin
Taylor Davis, Arkansas State
Katey Furze, Central Missouri
Leah Glazer, Arkansas State
Tiera Gulum, Tulane
Cayla Hicks, Maryland Eastern Shore
Emily Notebaret, Roberts Wesleyan
Allison Morris, Nebraska
Ana Sofia Olaya, North Carolina A&T
Denishya Waller, Arkansas State
Player of the Year
Division I: Maria Bulanova, Vanderbilt
Division II/III: Breanna Clemmer, McKendree
Rookie of the Year
Division I: Bea Hernandez, Sam Houston State
Division II/III: Hope Gramly, McKendree
Coach of the Year
Division I: John Williamson, Vanderbilt
Division II/III: Shannon O’Keefe McKendree
Win-Loss Percentage: Vanderbilt, 74.00% (94-33)
Baker Double %: Sam Houston State, 48.10%
Strike %: Vanderbilt, 48.10%
Traditional Frame Average: Nebraska, 20.27
Baker 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, 21.24
Strike %: 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%
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.