Valpo bowling freshman Isabella Palamaro (Thiells, N.Y./North Rockland) posted a 205.6 average on Saturday to lead the Brown and Gold as they competed on the second day of action from the Big Red Invitational in Lincoln, Neb. on Saturday.
The #19 Valpo bowling team kicked off action at the Big Red Invitational on Friday from Lincoln, Neb., finishing the day in ninth place in the team standings. The tournament field is one of the strongest in the nation this year, as seven of the 11 teams are ranked in the top-11 in the nation in the latest NTCA poll.
The #19 Valpo bowling team completed the Flyer Classic in Lockport, Ill. on Sunday, placing fourth in bracket play in the 10-team field. Freshman Addy Bates (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) earned the first All-Tournament Team honor of her career in the Brown and Gold.
The #19 Valpo bowling team got big performances up and down its lineup on Saturday, including a top-10 single-game effort in program history from senior Payton Bertermann (Grayslake, Ill./North) and a 211.6 average over five games from freshman Addy Bates (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park), as it captured three victories on the second day of action from the Flyer Classic in Lockport, Ill.
The #19 Valpo bowling team finished out the first day of competition at the Flyer Classic, hosted by Lewis in Lockport, Ill. on Friday with three consecutive victories to post a winning record.
The #19 Valpo bowling team closed out action from the Railsplitter Classic in Harrogate, Tenn. on Sunday with a trio of best-of-seven baker matches in bracket play.
The #19 Valpo bowling team picked up a trio of wins in the second day of competition Saturday at the Railsplitter Classic in Harrogate, Tenn., hosted by Lincoln Memorial University. Freshman Isabella Palamaro (Thiells, N.Y./North Rockland) especially impressed for the Brown and Gold, coming off the bench to average a 215.3 over Valpo’s final three matches of the day.
The #19 Valpo bowling team kicked off its second competition of the spring semester Friday in Harrogate, Tenn., winning a pair of matches on the opening day of action at the Railsplitter Classic, hosted by Lincoln Memorial University.
The Valpo bowling team not only returned to the top-25 in the latest National Tenpin Coaches Association poll, but jumped back into the top-20, coming in at #19 in the NTCA February poll.
The Valpo bowling team posted a 3-1 record on the second and final day of competition Sunday at the Warhawk Invitational, hosted by UW-Whitewater in Fort Atkinson, Wis.
More than three months after finishing their lone competition of the fall semester, the Valpo women’s bowling team returned to the lanes Saturday for the first of two days of action at UW-Whitewater’s Warhawk Invitational.
The Valpo bowling program looks to return to the lanes this spring, as head coach Shon Washington unveiled the program’s schedule for the coming months on Wednesday.
Valpo bowling head coach Shon Washington announced today that the Crusader Classic, which had been scheduled to begin this Friday, has been canceled.
A rally from a 3-1-1 deficit helped propel the Valpo bowling team to back-to-back victories to close out the Bearcat Hammer Open on Sunday in Fairview Heights, Ill. The pair of victories placed Valpo fifth in the final bracket.
A pair of freshmen led the Valpo bowling team on the second day of action at the Bearcat Hammer Open Saturday, highlighted by the placement of Addy Bates (Cedar Park, Texas/Cedar Park) within the top-five of the individual standings, as the Brown and Gold registered a trio of victories.
The Valpo bowling team returned to competitive action for the first time since March on Friday at the season-opening Bearcat Hammer Open in Fairview Heights, Ill., picking up a pair of victories.
A home tournament at Stardust Bowl II in Merrillville is one of three events on the slate this fall for the Valpo bowling program as the team gets set to open the 2020-21 season this weekend.
In the months since the COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States, former Valparaiso University student-athletes working in the medical field across the country have gone beyond the expected in their efforts to combat the virus and treat patients in need of their care.
Six members of the Valpo bowling team earned All-Academic recognition from the National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) for the 2019-20 campaign, while Valpo also earned academic honors as a team from the NTCA for the fifth straight season. Valpo Bowling has had at least three bowlers honored each year of the program’s existence.