Valparaiso bowling head coach Shon Washington announced today that Charlotte “Charlie” Scheipe has signed a National Letter of Intent and will join the Crusader program as a freshman for the 2010-2011 campaign.
Valparaiso director of athletics Mark LaBarbera announced today that Crusader bowling head coach Stephen Anthony has stepped down from his coaching position to focus on his administrative role within the athletic department as associate director of athletics for business services. LaBarbera also announced that Shon Washington, who served as an assistant coach for the inaugural season of the bowling program, will be the program's new head coach.
Valparaiso bowling head coach Stephen Anthony announced today that Katie Shumaker (Trafford, Pa./Penn-Trafford [Maryland Eastern Shore]) will be transferring into Valparaiso to join the Crusader bowling squad as a sophomore for the 2010-2011 campaign.
Valparaiso bowling head coach Stephen Anthony announced today that Alyssa Alvarez, Jill Larson and Nicole Sanhamel have all signed National Letters of Intent during the current signing period and will join the Crusaders as freshmen for the 2010-2011 season.
Valparaiso sophomore Natalie Cortese (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Central Missouri]) was named a Brunswick/National Tenpins Coaches Association (NTCA) Second Team All-American this week after leading the Crusaders on the lanes throughout their inaugural campaign.
The #11 Valparaiso bowling team brought home the first event victory in program history Sunday at the Warhawk Classic in Whitewater, Wis., while Krystyna Johnson (Montgomery, Ill./Oswego East [Delaware State]) earned individual titlist honors.
#11 Valparaiso went a perfect 4-0 in action Sunday on the final day of competition at the Shrewsbury Invitational in St. Louis, Mo., leapfrogging into third place in the final standings. Freshman Nicole Hamilton (Plainfield, Ill./Plainfield South) was named to the All-Tournament Team after posting a 192.7 average, good for fourth among all tournament bowlers.
The #11 Valparaiso bowling team beat a pair of top-five teams to close action at the Kutztown Invitational in Reading, Pa. on Sunday in fifth place, while the Crusaders' Natalie Cortese (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Central Missouri]) earned tournament co-MVP honors.
The #11 Valparaiso bowling team used a 5-1 day on Saturday at the Kutztown Invitational in Reading, Pa. to end the first day of tournament competition in sixth place. Natalie Cortese (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Central Missouri]) tied for the tournament's best average on the day, averaging a 220.7 over the Crusaders' six matches.
The Valparaiso bowling squad continued its ascension up the national rankings in its inaugural season of competition, checking in at #11 in the most recent rankings as released today by the National Tenpin Coaches Association.
The #12 Valparaiso bowling squad took to the lanes for the first time in nearly two months Friday at the Mid-Winter Classic in Cabot, Ark., closing the first of three days of competition in tenth place.
Facing a field with 13 of the 19 participating teams ranked among the nation's top-20, the #20 Valparaiso bowling team posted a 2-1 record in bracket play on Sunday in Millsboro, Del. to conclude the Hawk Classic in fourth place.
The #20 Valparaiso bowling team picked up three victories over nationally-ranked squads on Saturday, going 4-1 and moving up into sixth place after day two of three at the Hawk Classic in Millsboro, Del.
In a 19-team field that includes 13 of the nation's top-20 squads, the #20 Valparaiso bowling team is in seventh place after the first day of competition at the Hawk Classic in Millsboro, Del., hosted by Maryland-Eastern Shore.
The Valparaiso bowling team concluded the second of two days of competition at the inaugural Crusader Classic at Inman's Recreation Center on Saturday in third place. Valpo's Natalie Cortese (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Central Missouri]) ranked among the event's top bowlers, as her 200.6 average on Saturday was third-best among all competing bowlers.
Valparaiso hosted the first day of competition of the inaugural Crusader Classic at Inman's Recreation Center on Friday afternoon, ending the day in third place out of the five competing squads with 3,528 total pins.
Closing out a tournament in which seven of the eight squads were nationally ranked, the #20 Valparaiso bowling team finished action at the Big Red Invitational in Lincoln, Neb. on Saturday morning in sixth place.
In a field loaded with seven squads ranked among the top-20 in the nation, the 20th-ranked Valparaiso bowling team sits in third place after the first day of competition at the Big Red Invitational, hosted by the University of Nebraska in Lincoln, Neb.
Valparaiso's Natalie Cortese (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Univ. of Central Missouri]) was named the Most Valuable Player of last weekend's Greater Ozark Invitational after posting a tournament-best 224 average in Saturday's action.
The #20 Valparaiso bowling team earned a pair of wins in its five matches in action Sunday at the Greater Ozark Invitational in Springfield, Mo., including a victory over preseason #1 and defending national champion Nebraska, as the Crusaders closed out their first tournament with a sixth-place finish in the ten-team field that included eight ranked squads.
Led by Natalie Cortese's (Hoffman Estates, Ill./Hoffman Estates [Univ. of Central Missouri]) 290 game against her former Jennies squad, the Valparaiso bowling team went 3-2 Saturday against nationally-ranked competition at the Greater Ozark Invitational in Springfield, Mo.
Ranked 20th in the nation in the NTCA preseason poll, the Valparaiso women's bowling team, under the leadership of head coach Stephen Anthony, is ready to get its first season of intercollegiate competition underway this weekend at the Greater Ozark Invitational.
Entering its inaugural season of competition, the Valparaiso women's bowling team is ranked 20th in the nation in the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) 2009-2010 preseason poll, as released on Saturday.
Valparaiso bowling head coach Stephen Anthony announced today that Shon Washington has been hired as an assistant coach and will begin his duties August 1. Washington comes to Valpo having had much success as a coach both on the high school and collegiate levels.
Valparaiso bowling head coach Stephen Anthony announced today the addition of three more players to the Crusaders' 2009-2010 inaugural roster, including a pair of transfers from NCAA national runner-up Central Missouri, bringing the current roster to a total of 12 bowlers.
Head coach Stephen Anthony announced today the roster for the 2009-2010 Valparaiso women's bowling squad, the inaugural season of competition for the team. The nine-person roster includes four current Crusader students, three transfers and two incoming freshmen.
Valparaiso University is adding three sports to its intercollegiate athletics program beginning next fall. At a news conference held on campus this afternoon, Director of Athletics Mark LaBarbera announced that men's and women's golf and women's bowling will be added to the lineup of NCAA-affiliated programs.