Women’s bowling team finishes seventh in the nation, two bowlers win postseason awards

KCC's women's bowling team.

Kellogg Community College’s women’s bowling team finished seventh in the nation at the recent National Junior College Athletic Association Women’s Bowling Championship, and two bowlers earned individual postseason awards.

The historic team finish – the best in program history at KCC so far – capped the end of a record-breaking season that also saw the team place first in state and second at regionals.

Women’s team members who competed at the national tournament, held Feb. 29 through March 2, at Royal Scot in Lansing, include:

Page was the top finisher for the Bruins, taking 11th place overall with an all-events total of 2,111 pins.

“I couldn’t be more proud of the work and growth of this team over the season and look forward to more improvement in the year to come,” Head KCC Bowling Coach Brad Morgan said.

Two women’s bowlers also earned individual postseason honors from the Michigan Community College Athletic Association and the NJCAA. Page earned NJCAA All-Region XII, All-MCCAA and MCCAA Western Conference Freshman Team honors, and Grimm earned MCCAA All-Western Conference honors.

For more information about KCC bowling, including photos and stats for each bowler, visit kelloggbruins.com or contact Coach Morgan at bowlingcoach@kellogg.edu.

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