Alli Eible

#14 Alli Eible

Yr. So.
Bowls R
Hometown Burton, Mich.
High School (Prev. School) Kearsley

2022-23: Started 39 traditional team matches as a sophomore ... posted a 184.3 scoring average, second-best on the team ... also ranked second on the team with 11 games of 200 or better ... led the Beacons in eight traditional matches ... rolled back-to-back games of 224 and 229 to pace Valpo in wins over Belmont Abbey and Tusculum Oct. 29 at the Valpo Bowling Classic ... posted a 200 game in win over Elmhurst Jan. 21 at Peacock Classic, followed by a 228 in a victory over Augustana ... helped Valpo set team record for score in a traditional match in the latter match ... earned All-Tournament Team honors at the Flyer Classic Feb. 10-12 with an average of 210.0 over five traditional matches ... recorded consecutive games of 212 and a team-best 234 in wins over North Central and Carthage, respectively, to open traditional action on Feb. 11 ... closed day with a career-high game of 249 against #17 Central Missouri ... continued strong bowling at Valpo’s next tournament, the Big Red Invitational, as she broke 200 in four of five traditional matches en route to a 217.0 average ... led Valpo in wins over #21 Lincoln Memorial and Quincy March 4 with games of 232 and 239, respectively ... also bowled a 204 against #20 UW-Whitewater and a 211 against the host Cornhuskers.

2021-22: Started 20 traditional team matches as a rookie for Valpo ... posted a 174.4 average ... rolled three games of 200 or better ... rolled a season-best 243 to lead Valpo Nov. 6 against #17 Central Missouri at the Track Kat Klash ... registered a 211 in victory over North Central Feb. 12 at Flyer Classic ... kicked off traditional play at the Big Red Invitational Feb. 26 with a 215 game against #1 McKendree ... member of SBL Academic Honor Roll.

Prep: A four-year letterwinner for the Hornets ... a three-time All-State selection, earning First Team honors in 2020 and Second Team accolades in 2019 and 2021 ... three-time All-Conference honoree as well ... helped team capture state championships in 2019 and 2021 ... team won regional and conference titles in each of her last three seasons ... owns a high three-game series of 724 ... also earned one letter in tennis.

Personal: Daughter of Eboyka Vida and Vincent Eible ... major is nursing.