Arkansas State sits in second place
Red Wolves trail first place Central Missouri by 42 pins
SYMRNA, Tenn. -- Arkansas State went 6-0 and is in second-place in the total pinfall count after first day of competition at the Columbia 300 Music City Classic hosted by Vanderbilt.
The Red Wolves defeated Prairie View A&M (731-638), Adelphi (885-730), Monmouth (827-668), Kutztown (783-629), Fairleigh Dickinson (779-714) and Tulane (770-589) on their way to an undefeated day.
Central Missouri holds a 42-pin lead against Arkansas State in the total pinfall count. The Jennies finished the day with a count of 4,817 pins, while the Red Wolves finished with a total of 4,775. Sam Houston State is third with a total of 5,592 followed by Stephen F. Austin (5,587) and Sacred Heart (4,521).
“It was a good day for us,” ASU bowling coach Justin Kostick said. “We bowled really well and had a few step up and give us a boost. You need that this time of year and we just want to continue the success through Saturday and Sunday.”
Freshman Kalynn Carl provided a spark in the Red Wolves rotation from the right side. The freshman was inserted into the lineup and produced well, Kostick said.
A-State was the only to go undefeated on Friday and have now won at least six matches in every tournament they have competed in this season.