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#12 - Raychel Wolever
2013-14 Women's Bowling
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So.
BOWLS
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HOMETOWN
Charlotte, Mich.
HIGH SCHOOL (PREV. SCHOOL)
Charlotte
Raychel Wolever

2012-13: Started 35 traditional matches for Valpo as a freshman, while also making four substitute appearances ... averaged a 193.6, third-best on the team and seventh-highest in a single season in program history ... rolled 12 games of 200 or better and led Valpo on six occasions ... opened Crusader career with a 244 against #14 UW-Whitewater at McKendree Duals Oct. 27 ... led Crusaders with a 206 in first traditional match of Crusader Classic, Nov. 10 against #6 Central Missouri ... bowled a 234 later that same day against Elmhurst ... posted a 234 Dec. 1 at #8 Sam Houston State ... earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Mid-Winter Invitational after posting a 221.8 average over five traditional matches ... led Valpo with a 202 versus Elmhurst Jan. 12 and followed with a then-season best 254 against Texas Southern ... closed out day with a bang, rolling a 275 in a win over Louisiana Tech ... 275 was the best single-game performance by a Crusader over the course of the season and ranks fifth all-time ... paced Crusaders with a 200 against #12 Sacred Heart at Kutztown Invitational Jan. 26 ... led Valpo to victory over #2 Maryland Eastern Shore Feb. 2 at Prairie View A&M Invitational with a 224 ... rolled a 201 to lead the Crusaders against UAB Feb. 23 at Holiday Collegiate Classic. ... named an NTCA All-Academic honoree.

Prep: A four-year letterwinner at Charlotte High School ... earned All-State first team bowling honors 2009-11 ... All-State second team selection as a senior ... Lansing State Journal Bowler of the Year in 2009 ... two-time Lansing State Journal Bowler of the Week ... bowling captain for three seasons ... helped guide the team to three conference championships ... also lettered in basketball, softball, volleyball and golf for the Orioles.

Personal: Raychel is the daughter of Robin and Ray Wolever ... major is undecided ... born September 6, 1993.