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Athletics Update: Briarcliffe Bowling Competition

February 17, 2011 0 Comments

This weekend the Briarcliffe Bowling teams competed in two tournaments. On Saturday we competed in our own tournament at Centereach Lanes. The women blew away their competition and won by 1800 pins. Unfortunately the men lost in the last frame of the last game and placed second behind Suffolk Community College by only 10 pins. On Sunday the women demolished the competition again and the men came back in the last two games of the day to beat the powerhouse team of William Patterson University to win the tournament. Individual accomplishments are listed below:

Briarcliffe Invitational:

  • Samantha Russ and Danielle Cessman 1st place doubles
  • Stephanie Guzik and Sara O'Brien 2nd place doubles
  • Gina Capone 2nd place singles
  • Stephanie Gusik 3rd place singles
  • Samantha Russ 1st place All Events
  • Stephanie Gusik 2nd place All Events
  • Jack Castellano 2nd place singles
  • Terry Thompson 3rd place single
  • Pete Briguglio 3rd place All Events
  • Jared Burns 4th place All events

Westchester Classic:

  • Jack Castellano and Nick Lombardi 1st place doubles
  • Jack Castellano 1st place All Events
  • Samantha Russ and Sarah O'Brien 1st place doubles
  • Danielle Cessman and Stephanie Guzik 2nd plalce doubles
  • Taylor Maharaj 1st place singles
  • Sarah O'Brien 2nd place singles
  • Sarah O'Brien 1st place All Events
  • Taylor Maharaj 2nd place All Events

Listed below are the individual College rankings in the country.
Briarcliffe has 6 bowlers that are ranked in the top 13 in the country! Congratulations to our bowlers success! They will compete in the Sectional Qualifiers on March 12-13th in Allentown, PA.

Briarcliffe Bowling


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