HAWKS IMPROVE TO A PERFECT 20-0 AT 2nd MEAC NORTH MEET
Mariana Alvarado averaged just under 200 on the weekend.

Mariana Alvarado averaged just under 200 on the weekend.

Dec. 5, 2011

BALTIMORE, Md. - The University of Maryland Eastern Shore (UMES) had another solid outing in conference play this past weekend, sporting a perfect 10-0 mark to improve to 20-0 overall in MEAC play on the young season.

Anggie Ramirez (Bogota, Colombia) led all Hawk bowlers, averaging a 200.4 over five games, including four games of 200 or better to tally 1,002 pins. She also bowled in all five baker games. Her high was a 221 in the win over Delaware State.

Freshman Mariana Alvarado (Leon, Guanajuanto, Mexico) also had a good outing, averaging a 198.4 and totaling 992 pins over five games. She had a high of a 242 in the DSU win, the highest game of any Hawk bowler over the weekend.

Megan Buja (Rockford, Ill.) bowled in form, averaging a 194.5 over four games and totaling a 224 in the Morgan State win. Paula Vilas (Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) tallied a 939 over five games with a high of a 234, also in the DSU win.

In team games UMES won 912-769 over Howard, 911-625 over Coppin State, 1027-956 over DSU, 957-818 over Hampton and 951-751 over Morgan State.

In baker games head coach Sharon Brummell used all seven bowlers in a variety of lineups to secure five wins, Coppin State (863-601), Howard (943-645), Hampton (810-752), Morgan State (878-772) and Delaware State (846-690).

UMES has now completed their 2011 portion of the season, taking the rest of the month off until January 13-15 when they travel to the Mid-Winter Classic in Little Rock, Ark.