Men's bowling finishes 6th, Women finish 4th.

Men's bowling finishes 6th, Women finish 4th.

Both bowling teams traveled to Johnstown, NY to take part in the 2nd Annual FMCC Baker tournament which consisted of 35 baker games. The format is a team comprised of five members, the leadoff bowler bowls in the first frame and then again in the sixth frame. The second member bowls in the second frame and then in the seventh, and so on. Eight men's teams and four women's teams participated. The Men's team finish 6th out of 8 teams with a total pin fall 6007 pins 13 pins behind 5th place Sacred Heart University who had 6020.

The Women's team would finish fourth on the day due to an unforeseen injury to a player they would have to take zero for some of their frames due to the lack of numbers on the team. They finished with a respectable 4589 pins knocked over.

Both teams travel again this weekend to a two day tournament in Syracuse, NY hosted by RIT.

Final Standings:


1) Erie CC – 7033
2) Corning CC 6742
3) FMCC 6623
4) NJIT 6490
5) Sacred Heart 6020
6) Paul Smith's College 6007
7) Castleton 5967
8) FMCC JV 5747

1) Corning CC 6281
2) Erie CC 6175
3) FMCC 5642
4) Paul Smith's College 4589

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