Megan Buja and Mariana Alvarado earn Second-Team honors.
Munoz sets a new Central American record.
Five women's bowlers have above a 3.5 GPA.
UMES pair is named to the Arthur Ashe Jr. Women's Team for Bowling.
Junior All-American becomes the seventh UMES bowler to earn the award.
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.
"Tatiana has a lot of game in a small frame." said Sharon Brummell. "Her game is very elegant in the way she bowls. She has a lot of potential to grow in the college game. I expect her to learn a lot this season and develop throughout her career but she should be able to pick things up very quickly."
Personal: Born on January 17, 1993 in Ibague, Colombia...Daughter of Edgar Munoz and Sonia Vargas...She looks up to her two brothers, Camilo and Pablo...Favorite advice was given to her by her dad "Confianza y seguridad" which basically means "Trust yourself."
Memorable Moments: Tatiana Munoz came to UMES a true freshman from Colombia, the country that has produced Perez, Rodriguez and Ramirez. She has a solid international resume that includes over 40 national and international medals, including a silver medal in singles at the Colombian National Games in 2008. She was also the Colombian Youth Champion in 2005, 2009 and 2010 and took silver, two bronzes, and gold in singles at the 2009 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas. Won a gold medal in trios at the 2013 PanAmerican Youth Championships.
2011-2012: Bowled in 11 team games, averageing a 196.73...High game of a 244 for the season, bowled at the Morgan State Invitational...Bowled in 21 Baker games.
2012-2013: Named to the MEAC Commissioner's All-Academic Team...NCBCA All-Academic selection...Honorable Mention Academic All-NTCA...Knocked over 1,962 pins...Averaged 196.2 in 10 games...High game of 233 at the MEAC Northern Division Event 2.