NAGS HEAD, NC – The Winston-Salem State Lady Rams (44-36, 35-20 CIAA) bounced back in a big way when the team rolled to a 4-1 record in team match play on the second day of the Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA) North/South Division Meet. With the effort, the Lady Rams improve to a 7-4 record at the event.
After opening the day with a close 816-781 loss to division-leading Fayetteville State, the Lady Rams kicked things into gear with four straight wins. The team took a 720-622 win over Johnson C. Smith, a 710-638 win over Shaw, a 756-647 win over Saint Augustine's, and a 648-579 win over Livingstone.
With the effort, the Lady Rams close out team match play with 7,310 total pins, the second-highest team pinfall in the CIAA Southern Division. The WSSU sophomore twin tandem of Kia and Tia Edgerton continued to lead the way for the Lady Rams. Kia totaled 1,707 pins in team match play while Tia added 1,611 total pins. On the second day, Kia posted a team-best 185 against Livingstone.
With the effort, the Lady Rams improve to 35-20 in CIAA play. The team will close out the meet with Baker games play, tomorrow. For more information on Lady Rams bowling, contact the WSSU Office of Athletic Media Relations at (336) 750-2143 or log on to www.WSSURams.com.