DALLAS — Prairie View A&M bowling sits atop the standings following day one of the Southwestern Athletic Conference West Bowling Roundup.
The Panthers went 4-1 to open competition with freshman Patricia Rosales leading the charge, bowling four games of 200 or better to sit in first place with an average of 197 among individual players.
“We had a tough start in the first match but the ladies did a good job of grinding through and still able to end the day in first place,” PVAMU Head Coach Glenn White said. “I’m also proud of freshman Patricia Rosales as she sits in first right now individually.”
The Lady Panthers stumbled in match one, falling 852-840 to Texas Southern.
However, PVAMU bounced back cruising past Alabama State 956-894 in the next head-to-head contest.
The Panthers closed the day with wins over Alabama A&M (879-700), Southern (936-822) and Grambling State (851-612).
Individually, sophomore Shirley Kennebrew sits inside the top 20 standings with an average of 181.75.
Senior Jada Davis and sophomore Asia Wren are in the top 25 with averages of 175 and 168.25, respectively.
The Panthers return to action Saturday in hopes of staying atop in the standings.