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No.8 Knights Season Comes to an End but Hope Still Remains

By Jennifer Malti

Sports Writer

The FDU women’s bowling team season comes to a fitting close. The Knights’ end their season 82-49 overall. They remain no. 8 in the National Tenpin Coaches Association. The Knights’ season as a whole may have come to a close, but two current bowlers of the Knights’ women’s team and one FDU graduate have qualified for Intercollegiate Singles Championships.

Sophomore Aimee Sherman and sophomore Amanda Chrzanowski have qualified ISC nationals. The two also received First Team all-NEC honors. Along with Aimee and Amanda, FDU graduate Karsyn Lukosius, will also be competing at Nationals.

“I feel good about how my season went this year,” said sophomore Aimee Sherman. “I definitely put in a lot of work during the season and making 1st team All-Conference just  shows that my hard work was finally all paying off. Nationals are approaching fast, and I plan on working hard to prepare for that in the upcoming weeks.”

The season ended shorter than we anticipated,” said sophomore Amanda Chrzanowski. “It really hurt that we came so close to the championship match and fell short. I think it can be used as a motivator for next year to work harder so that we do make it to the championship match. In order to prepare for nationals, I am making sure that I keep getting my drills in. I am looking forward to competing for the title again. I want to continually boost my confidence and use what while I am competing out there.”

As the Knights’ season comes to an end, sophomore Amanda, Aimee, and FDU graduate Karsyn look to make it far at Nationals, which will be held April 17-20 in Dayton, Ohio.

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