Arkansas State’s Waller Tabbed Southland January Bowler of the Month

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first_imgFRISCO, Texas – Arkansas State’s Denisyha Waller is the Southland Bowling January Bowler of the Month, the league announced Thursday. All Southland Bowling League monthly awards are presented by MidSouth Bank.Waller led Arkansas State over the course of January by helping the Red Wolves to a pair of second-place finishes and twice earning individual all-tournament honors. The senior competed in 252 frames for the Arkansas State squad.January 2019 Bowler of the Month – Denisyha Waller, Arkansas State – Sr. – Markam, Ill.Waller helped lead the Red Wolves to second-place finishes at the Kutztown Invitational and the Mid-Winter Invitational capturing all-tournament honors at each event. The senior opened up the month at the Mid-Winter Invitational, recording a 233.00 pin average for the Red Wolves in their hometown event. She then turned around with another 233.00 pin average at the Kutztown Invitational.Honorable Mention: Dakotah Hazlewood, Stephen F. Austin; Tiera Gulum, Tulane; Hannah Forton, Valparaiso; Nikki Mendez, Youngstown State.Southland Bowlers of the Month are voted upon by the league’s sports information directors. Voting for one’s own bowler is not permitted. To receive honorable mention, a player must appear on 25 percent of ballots.last_img

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