As a team, the Statesmen placed 22nd out of 40 teams with 9,787 pins in six regular games and five Baker games.
Wichita State (Kan.) won the team crown with 11,512 pins, while Lindenwood Black was a distant second with 11,194 pin total. Jake Peters of Wichita State was easily the best bowler at the 268-player tournament with a 229.2 average.
Miller led Penn by placing 20th overall with a 193.5 average, while Sean Rangel
(Fr., Omaha, Neb., Bellevue East HS) just missed the top 50 with a 182.2 average to place 54th. Both individuals bowled all six games.Andrew Zaug
(Fr., Waverly, Waverly-Shell Rock HS) owned a 190.4 average in five games, while Devon Axtell
(Fr., Oskaloosa, Oskaloosa HS) averaged 170.5 pins in four games.Brandon Brooks
(Jr., Sigourney, Vincennes) had a 159.0 average in four games and Kyle Hammann
(So., Knoxville, Knoxville HS) also averaged 159.0 pins in three games.Benjamin Langley
(Fr., Maryville, Mo., Maryville HS) rounded out the team's scoring with a 163.0 pin average in two games bowled.Next:
Penn competes once more before the holiday break as it travels to Rock Island, Ill. for the ISYL Leatherneck Classic on Saturday and Sunday.