Men and Women Finish 8th at NAIA Invitational

March 24, 2013

For Immediate Release

Men's Bracket | Women's Bracket

Indianapolis, Ind. – The Indiana Tech bowling teams wrapped up their season with a pair of eighth place finishes at the NAIA Invitational at Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis, Indiana over the weekend. It was the highest finish ever for both the men’s and women’s program in the tournament.

Robert Morris University came out of the losers bracket and defeated Calumet College of St. Joseph twice to capture the men’s championship in the double-elimination match-play bracket. Webber International University defeated Midland University to win the women’s title.

The 24 men's teams and 20 women's teams competing in the tournament bowled 20 Baker games of qualifying on Friday to determine seeding for the bracket. The Warrior men and women were both in 12th place after the qualifying round.

The men began the tournament by defeating Southwestern Christian University and the University of Pikeville, but fell into the losers bracket after being defeated by Webber International. Tech rebounded with a win over Tabor College, but was eliminated in the next round by Lindenwood University-Belleville.

Pikeville defeated the women’s team in their first match, but the Lady Warriors responded with back-to-back wins over Calumet and Marian University. However, Tech would fall to Bethel College in the next round to be eliminated from the tournament.

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