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Three Bowlers Recognized For Academic Achievement

Wednesday, July 11, 2012

The National Tenpin Coaches Association Announced 2011-12 All-NTCA Academic Teams as well as honorees. Three Cheyney University bowlers were recognized for their academic achievement. Taylor Billington, Danielle Mines and Janae Silver were honored for having cumulative grade point averages above a 3.40.

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Three CU Standouts represented on Inquirer's All Academic Squad

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Billington, Mines and Silver represent Cheyney University on the Women’s At Large All Area Academic Team. The trio is part of 11 student-athletes selected to the Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Women’s At-Large Team. The team was voted on by the sports information offices of the 28 institutions from the Philadelphia metropolitan area.

Danielle Mines Featured in SportsWeek

Monday, March 5, 2012

Cheyney University bowler Danielle Mines was featured in this weekend’s edition of Philadelphia Sportsweek.

Cheyney Finishes Fourth at PA Bowling Championships

Sunday, February 26, 2012

At day two of the Pennsylvania State Bowling Championships, the Lady Wolves downed PSU Altoona 4-2.

Bowlers Sit Third After Day One

Saturday, February 25, 2012

Led by Janae Silver, Cheyney University sits third at the PA State Championship. Cheyney went 1-3 in baker matches with a win against Lincoln University. The Lady Wolves bowled their new high team game of 846 only to be beat only to fall to Kutztown (947).

Bowlers Roll

Monday, February 20, 2012

Janea Silver and Taylor Billington paced the Cheyney University Women’s Bowling Team at the James Brown Invitational hosted by Morgan State Invitational. Silver averaged 151 pins while Billington averaged 147 over the three day tournament.

Cheyney Participates in the Largest Collegiate Bowling Tournament in the Country

Sunday, January 29, 2012

Cheyney went 3-3 on day one of the three day tournament hosted by Kutztown University and Heister Lanes in Reading with 3,978 pins. Day one featured six baker matches. The Lady Wolves squeaked out 614-609 opening match win over Hampton. The first time CU has ever beaten Hampton on the lanes.

CU Bowlers Roll in Richmond

Monday, December 5, 2011

The CU Bowling Team got back in action this weekend at the Jeannette Lee Tournament in Richmond, Virginia. On day one of the three day tournament the Lady Wolves were an impressive 4-0 in baker matches and stood in fifth place with 2,475 pins. Cheyney defeated St. Augustine (593-579), Chowan (656-548), Elizabeth City (628-616), and Virginia State (598-562). The Lady Wolves earned 537 in their bye match. Alean Rhodes led the way by striking in over 50% of the frames bowled.

Bowlers Looking For More Success

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

The 2011-12 collegiate bowling season began this past weekend with the Lady Wolves participating in the Kutztown duals in Reading.

Bowlers Set a New Mark

Monday, February 21, 2011

The Cheyney University bowling team ended the 2010-11 season with more wins than any other CU bowling squad. The team ended the campaign with 18 victories with wins over arch rival Lincoln, Division I Coppin State and # 10 Adelphi just to name a few.

Cheyney Finishes Fourth at State Bowling Championship

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Danielle Mines led the Lady Wolves to a fourth place finish at the 2011 Pennsylvania State Bowling Championship. Cheyney hosted the fever ever state championship at Devon Lanes. Mines averaged 173.2 over the weekend.

Day One of the PA State Bowling Championship

Saturday, February 12, 2011

The Wolves went 2-2 on the opening day of the 2011 Pennsylvania State Bowling Championships and finished day one in fourth place with 3547 pins. In the first match of the day, the Lady Wolves found themselves down 50 pins in the seventh frame. However, the Lady Wolves rallied and pulled the upset defeating Penn State Altoona 711-661. The Wolves then dropped matches to Kutztown and St. Francis (PA) before defeating fellow HBCU rival Lincoln 731-556.

Cheyney University Set to Host 2011 Pennsylvania Women's Bowling Championship

Monday, February 7, 2011

Cheyney University will host the 2011 Pennsylvania Women’s Bowling Championship at Devon Lanes on Saturday and Sunday, February 12-13. Universities sponsoring NCAA bowling programs will gather in Devon, PA for the first of what hopes to be an annual event on the collegiate bowling circuit.

Bowlers Shock # 10 Adelphi

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Cheyney upset 10th ranked Adelphi this weekend at the Kutztown Bowling Invitational. Cheyney defeated the Panthers 802-790. The 802 series was a season high for the Lady Wolves. Cheyney was led by Philadelphia native Janae Silver (Central HS). The freshman rolled a career high 236.

Mines Rolls a Personal Best 201

Monday, January 24, 2011

Danielle Mines rolled a personal best 201 as Cheyney competed in their first event of the new year at the Frederick E Underwood Lady Bulldog Classic hosted by Bowie State. Mines averaged a 167.

Bowlers Roll Through Jeannette Lee Tournament

Monday, December 6, 2010 | Athletics

Jamie Archibald led Cheyney to its best finish ever in a tournament as the Lady Wolves compiled a 6-3 mark at the Jeannette Lee Classic hosted by St. Paul’s College.

Bowlers Roll Among Nations Best

Monday, March 12, 2007

The Cheyney Women’s Bowling team competed among the nations best as they traveled up the New Jersey Turnpike for the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Championships hosted by New Jersey City University.  The Wolves dropped contests against nationally ranked number 1 Fairleigh Dickinson University, number 4 New Jersey City University, number 7 Sacred heart University, number 15 Morgan State University and number 16 Adelphi University.

Cheyney was led by Ebony Finney.  The senior from the Bronx, New York averaged 134 pins during the championships.  Each member of the squad averaged more than 120 pins.  The Wolves conclude the season this weekend at the Music City Classic in Nashville, Tennessee.  Vanderbilt University will be the host institution. 

No Title

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Competing against some of the nation’s best, the bowling team participated in the Capital Classic hosted by Delaware State University.  The Lady Wolves rolled against Fairleigh Dickinson, New Jersey City, Sacred and Maryland Eastern Shore just to name a few.  Cheyney defeated Howard in the two day tournament featuring 14 schools from the East coast.  The top Cheyney bowler was Ebony Finney.  The senior from the Bronx, NY averaged over 140 pins in seven games.  Elizabeth Douglas and Erin Simmons also posted strong scores for the Wolves.

Cheyney will compete in the Morgan State Invitational this weekend where 12 of the nations top 16 teams will compete.

Bowlers Roll at Capital Classic

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Competing against some of the nation’s best, the bowling team participated in the Capital Classic hosted by Delaware State University.  The Lady Wolves rolled against Fairleigh Dickinson, New Jersey City, Sacred and Maryland Eastern Shore just to name a few.  Cheyney defeated Howard in the two day tournament featuring 14 schools from the East coast.  The top Cheyney bowler was Ebony Finney.  The senior from the Bronx, NY averaged over 140 pins in seven games.  Elizabeth Douglas and Erin Simmons also posted strong scores for the Wolves.

Cheyney will compete in the Morgan State Invitational this weekend where 12 of the nations top 16 teams will compete.

Bowling Goes Winless at Holiday Jamboree

Tuesday, January 2, 2007

The Lady Wolves were part of the 12 team Holiday Tournament at the Holiday Jamboree hosted by Farleigh Dickinson University.    Cheyney completed the three day festival at the Parkway Lanes in Elmwood Park, New Jersey dropping all 13 matches. 

The Lady Wolves were led by Marchaunda Tiller.  The junior averaged 150 pins per game.  Erin Simmons also had a strong tournament averaging a 148. 

Cheyney will next hit the lanes on January 26-28 at the Aggie Women’s NCAA Invitational hosted by North Carolina A&T.

Bowlers Get Rolling

Monday, October 31, 2005

Coach Harold Johnson and his young bowlers got the 2005-06 season underway this past weekend at the Capital Classic.  The tournament featured ten universities from New Jersey to South Carolina.  The Wolves, paced by Erin Simmons, dropped five matches.  Cheyney fell to St. Peter's College, Delaware State, South Carolina State, Morgan State and New Jersey City University.  Simmons, a junior, posted a 677 series averaging 135 pins.  She was named the team's mvp from this weeks tournament. 

For complete results follow the link below

http://www.desu.edu/athletics/bowling/capitalclassicresults.php

Wolves Conclude Season at Music City Classic

Monday, March 28, 2005

Cheyney Bowlers got a taste of the big time college athletics as they traveled to Vanderbilt Universtiy to compete in the Music City Invitational.  The Wolves dropped all six matches in Nashville, Tennesse.  Cheyney competed against Nebraska, Central Missouri, Arkansas State, Southern, Alabama A&M and Vanderbilt.  Marchaunda Tiller led the way for Cheyney scoring a total of 868 pins. 

NCAA Comes Calling

Tuesday, March 8, 2005

Bowling Coach Harold Johnson has been asked by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to serve as a clinician at the NCAA Youth Education through Sports (YES) Clinic Fueled by POWERade.  The clinic is scheduled for Saturday, April 16 at Brunswick Wekiva Lanes in Apopka, Florida.  The Clinic will take place during the NCAA National Collegiate Bowling Championship. 

Lady Wolves Honor Five Seniors

Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Five Cheyney women's basketball players their final game in Cope Hall tonight.  Jewel Williams, Lakemia Smith, Ebonee Thompson, Latoya Showell and Fants Sissoko all started for the Wolves in a 67-62 loss to Columbai Union College before 123 faithful fans.  The five were recognized in a pre-game ceremony that featured remarks form University President Wallace Arnold.  It was the first time all season that rookie head coach Jada Pierce used the all senior line-up on the court at the same time.

Bowlers Fall at Holiday Jamboree

Wednesday, December 29, 2004

The Wolves traveled to Maple Shade, New Jersey to compete in the 2004 NCAA Holiday Jamboree.  Cheyney dropped all six matches.  The Wolves dropped contests against Morgan State, Howard University, Maryland- Eastern Shore, Delaware State, Fairleigh Dickinson and New Jersey City University.

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