The Kellogg Community College women’s bowling team finished fourth out of nine teams Friday and freshman Kelsey Kipp won the women’s singles competition in the program’s first-ever conference and regional championship.
The Bruins finished with a total score of 6,766 in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association Conference Championship, which doubled as the National Junior College Athletic Association Region XII Championship. The event was held at Royal Scot Lanes in Lansing.
The event included doubles, singles and Baker competition. Click here for full results from the MCCAA website.
Kelsey Kipp, pictured above left, of Battle Creek (Pennfield High School), was a standout for the Bruins, placing first out of 44 bowlers in the singles event with a total score of 567. Rachel Erskine, pictured above right, of Battle Creek (Battle Creek Central High School), placed 10th in the singles competition with a total score of 500.
Full results for the Bruins are below.
- Kelsey Kipp, of Battle Creek (Pennfield High School), 1st place, 567 total singles score
- Rachel Erskine, of Battle Creek (Battle Creek Central High School), 10th place, 500 total singles score
- Jazlyn Lotz, of Battle Creek (Battle Creek Central High School), 26th place, 425 total singles score
- Steffanie Woodman, of Battle Creek (Pennfield High School), 30th place, 413 total singles score
- Emma O’Donnell, of Battle Creek (Pennfield High School), 32nd place, 408 total singles score
- Jazlyn Lotz and Emma O’Donnell, 10th place, 925 total doubles score
- Kelsey Kipp and Steffanie Woodman, 19th place, 784 total doubles score
- Rachel Erskine, 22nd place, 474 total doubles score
A total of 24 teams were scored in the doubles event.
All Events Results
- Kelsey Kipp, 15th place, 1,254 total all events score
- Rachel Erskine, 19th place, 1,237 total all events score
- Emma O’Donnell, 27th place, 1,180 total all events score
- Jazlyn Lotz, 32nd place, 1,145 total all events score
- Steffanie Woodman, 34th place, 1,097 total all events score
The competition was the first for the Bruins since early March as the team was forced to miss its two final regular season events due to quarantine. The finish places KCC in fourth place regionally and in the conference heading into the national tournament in April.
“We are very excited about Kelsey Kipp’s regional singles championship,” Head KCC Bowling Coach Brad Morgan said. “The team fought back after a slow start and had a strong Baker game set to solidify their fourth place finish.”
The Bruins will finish the season back in Lansing at the NJCAA National Championship Tournament beginning April 7. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no spectators will be allowed.