Megan Buja and Mariana Alvarado earn Second-Team honors.
Five women's bowlers have above a 3.5 GPA.
A pair of Hawks took third and fourth in the singles field of the Allentown, Pa. sectional.
Hawks move from seventh to fourth, will face Vanderbilt in the semi-finals.
Hawks go 9-1 on the weekend to clinch their sixth divisional crown.
7-game match with UMES where the Hawks won 4 games to 3.
See some of the action from practice and the matches with Sam Houston State and Fairleigh Dickinson.
See a few shots from the send-off party for UMES Bowling as they leave to play for the 2014 National Championship!
See Megan Raymond's shots of the 2014 Bowling Championships.
Personal: Born June 17, 1994 in Pereira, Colombia....Daughter of Gloria Ines Arango...Enrolled in Business Administration at UMES...Best Sports Moment: Winning the Bronze medal in singles at the Young World Championships in Thailand in 2012...Plans to attain a masters degree in finance after graduating from UMES...Favorite saying is "Keep calm and do your best"...Favorite movie is The Fast and the Furious...Received student of the year honors from 2005-2011.
2013-14 Season: Bowled in eight team games, averaging a 180.5...Tossed a high game of a 224 in the third MEAC Northern Division Meet in a win vs. Hampton. Bowled in 17 Baker Games, including one at the MEAC Championships...Part of the 2014 MEAC Championship Team...The National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association (NCBCA) named her to their All-Academic Team for having a GPA of a 3.5 or above...The National Tenpin Coaches Association (NTCA) named her honorable mention All-Academic (3.4 GPA or higher)...Bowled in the Colombia Team Trials in December to finish in 11th in the Under 23 Division and 19th in the Adult Division. She totaled 11,361 pins in the 64 qualifying games which averaged out to 177.52.