The Muskingum men’s bowling team concluded their regular-season competing at Hoosier Classic over the weekend in Indianapolis, Ind. The Muskies placed 16th out of a 78-team field. Muskingum ended their regular season ranked 19th in the nation.
Behind Ethan McDonald’s fourth-place finish, the Muskingum men’s bowling team won the Ohio Bowling Conference Regular-Season Championship on Saturday at Wayne Webb’s Bowling alley. Muskingum won the event out of a 13-team field with a team total of 7,333.
Freshman Evan Thro bowled a four-game series of 969 (227-249-267-226) en route to securing a first-place finish at the Muskie Mash at Legacy Lanes in Coshocton, Ohio. The Muskies defeated Shawnee State knocking down a total of 3,984 pins.
Sophomore James McConnaughey bowled a three-game series of 669 (264-225-180) en route to finishing second out of a 137-bowler field, at the Ohio Conference event on Saturday at Wayne Webb’s Bowling Alley. The Muskingum men’s bowling team won the event out of a 13-team field with a score of 6695.
Freshman Evan Thro bowled a five-game record-breaking series of 1163 (238-181-256-269-219) en route to finishing 10th out of a 432-bowler field at the Kegel Midwest Collegiate Classic over the weekend. The Muskingum Men’s Bowling team continued their solid performance breaking the school-record team score notching a combined score of 1170. The Muskies finished the event with a combined team score of 9057 to place 18th out of a 68-team field.
The Muskingum men’s bowling team wrapped up their last tournament of 2021 placing fifth out of a 21-team field at the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Classic on Wednesday and Thursday at Jordan Lanes.
Freshman Evan Thro rolled a team-best 1051 series (155-225-238-227-206) en route to a second-place finish at the Roto Grip Keystone Quaker Classic at the Haja Rose Bowl in Allentown, Pa. The Muskies placed sixth out of a 21-team field, knocking down 8622 pins, their highest tier one finish in school history.
The Muskingum men's bowling team received votes in the latest National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association Poll released.
Freshman Justin Veal bowled an outstanding 300 game on Saturday at the BG Falcon Classic held at Interstate Lanes in Toledo. Veal rolled a team-best 1072 series (169-185-300-227-191) en route to finishing 16th out of a 166-bowler field. The Muskies placed eighth out of a 23-team field.
The Muskingum men’s bowling team won the OSU Baker Bash over the weekend held at HP Lanes in Columbus.
Freshman Evan Thro bowled a school-record 956 (193-258-267-238) series en route to finishing first out of a 163-bowler field, at the Ohio Bowling Conference event on Saturday. The Muskingum Men’s bowling team continued their solid performance breaking the school-record for team score notching a 1088. The Muskies won the event out of a 15-team field.
Freshman Justin Veal led the Muskies with a 2nd-place finish in the 70-bowler field to lift the Muskingum Men’s Bowling team to a second-place finish in a 14-team field at the Ohio Bowling Conference event held at Palace in Columbus on Saturday.
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.