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KU bowling team ranked 18th nationally

The Kansas University men's bowling team is ranked 18th nationally out of 156 schools, according to Collegebowling.com's team rankings at the end of the fall semester.

In its last tournament — the Collegiate Shoot-Out on Dec. 19 in Las Vegas — the KU men placed sixth out of 38 teams.

KU is led by three bowlers who average more than 200 per game: Kyle Turner (203.2), Justin Thompson (202.1) and Matt Washford (200.5).

Five other bowlers have 190 averages or better: Alex Hardman (197.7), Matt Bellus (194.6), Nick Campfield (193.3), Dylan Burns (192.4) and Jessy Bauer (190.4).

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Andy Tweedy

...and people say our athletic department has been nothing but basketball!!!

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Brian Zachary

I am happy to see some dap given to the bowling team. They work hard and deserve some recognition.

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jayhawkinATL

Sah-weet!!!

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deberg81

Any news on recruits?

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BowlingCoach

Recruiting doesn't get much attention until spring semester; however I do have 4 bowlers committing to KU as of today; two men and two ladies. I'll give out more details after the current bowling season.

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TtownHawk

Congrats! Keep up the good work!

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Jeff Worthington

Is there gonna be a signing day tv special on ESPNU or anything?

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deberg81

Thanks for the info coach. Hopefully no hat ceremonies!

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