Senior Ethan McDonald, junior Evan Thro, and sophomore Brody Wildenmann each played their way onto the All-Tournament team as men's bowling dominated at the Muskie Mash.
Men's Bowling moved to 18th in the latest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) National Poll.
Following a strong performance at the Ohio Bowling Conference #4 tournament, men's bowling has remained 17th in the latest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) National Poll.
Men's Bowling finished third at Ohio Bowling Conference #4 behind Top-10 performances from senior Ethan McDonald and junior Evan Thro.
Men's Bowling is ranked 17th in the most recent United States Bowling Congress (USBC) National Poll. The Muskies power back up the rankings after competing in the Kegel Midwest Championship.
Sophomore Brody Wildenmann finished 6th as Men's Bowling competed at the Kegel-ISBPA Midwest Collegiate Classic
Men's Bowling competed at the Kegel-ISBPA Midwest Collegiate Classic, where they placed 19th out of a 38 team field.
The Muskingum men's bowling team is ranked 15th after receiving a total of 221 points in the second poll of the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association for the 2023-24 bowling season. The NCBCA Coaches' Team Poll is a presentation of the top 20 USBC Collegiate bowling programs determined by the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association (NCBCA).
Men's Bowling had a strong showing over the week with a sixth-place finish at the Roto Grip Keystone Classic, and a second-place finish at the Lehigh Valley Classic.
Men's Bowling is ranked 25th in the most recent United States Bowling Congress (USBC) National Poll. The Muskies will take this ranking into next week where they will be competing at the Lehigh Invitational in Allentown, Pennsylvania.
Men's Bowling stayed at 20th in the latest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) National Poll after a dominant performance at the Ohio Bowling Conference #3 Tournament.
Men's Bowling dominated in the Ohio Bowling Conference #3 Tournament with a team score of 7937. The Muskies finished the tournament winning by over 200 total pins.
Muskingum Men's Bowling was ranked 20th in the latest United States Bowling Congress (USBC) after competing in the Bowlero Southern tournament in Marietta, Georgia.
Unleashing pure entertainment! Dive into the highlight reel of the Muskingum Student-Athlete Advisory Committee’s Lip Sync Battle - smiles, talent. and unforgettable moments await.
The Student-Athlete Welcome Back kicked off the year. Sparks flew as Olympic Gold Medal Coach and WNBA Championship Coach Dan Hughes '77 amped up our student-athletes, AD Kari Winters showcased her passion for Muskie athletics, and the letter jacket ceremony lit up the Steele Center!
Muskingum Athletics hype for the 2023-24 campaign!
The Muskingum Athletic Department celebrated the end of the year with the annual Muskingum Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Golden Hook Awards presented by Jeff Drennen Dealerships! It was a Great Night to be a Muskie!
Bowling heating up the lanes this season!
One week ago, the Steele Center was rocking with the inaugural Muskie Athletics Lip Sync Battle! Today, the EPIC highlight reel of the cheers, laughs, smiles and awesome performances were unveiled!
Men's Bowling sophomore Evan Thro joined the Muskie Sports Network in the BHWC to answer a few questions for Minute with a Muskie! #DefendTheM
Muskingum bowling perfecting their craft!
The Muskingum Athletic Department kicked off the semester with the annual Student-Athlete Welcome Back. The event included messages from VP/AD Steve Brockelbank, University President Susan Hasseler, keynote speaker Laurie Deal ‘93, and also included the letter jacket ceremony. #DefendTheM
Muskingum freshman bowler Ethan McDonald joined the Muskie Sports Network for a Minute with a Muskie to talk about bowling a 300 game en route to finishing first in the 73-bowler field at the Ohio Bowling Conference event.
A PLACE FOR EVERY MUSKIE - Muskingum’s Health and Wellness Complex (HWC), the largest capital project in its history, will dramatically expand and enhance facilities to support academic programs, athletics, recreation, and well-being. Construction began in summer 2020 on the 119,000 square-foot complex with completion scheduled for the fall of 2022.
Muskingum Bowling Head Coach Doug Smith joined the Muskie Sports Network to talk about Muskingum's Bowling program.