Louisiana Tech is set to compete against seven of the top bowling teams in the country in the inaugural 2015 Southland Bowling League Championship, which begins Saturday, March 21 at Del-Mar Lanes in Houston.
The Lady Techster bowling team is gearing up to compete in one of the toughest tournaments of the season this weekend when LA Tech faces off in the annual Prairie View A&M Invitational in Arlington, Texas.
Louisiana Tech's bowling program has joined the newly-formed Southland Bowling League, along with seven other NCAA women's teams, announced by the league office on Wednesday. The teams will not compete in regular season matches, but will participate in the inaugural 2015 championship tournament, which will be held on March 21-22 in...
The Lady Techsters battled against the nation's best bowling teams this past weekend when Louisiana Tech competed and placed 13th in the annual Mid-Winter Invitational, hosted by Arkansas State in Jonesboro, Arkansas.
Louisiana Tech's women's bowling team will kick off the 2015 portion of its season on Friday as the team is set to compete in the annual Mid-Winter Invitational, hosted by Arkansas State.
The Lady Techsters faced ten nationally ranked bowling teams, including the top three teams in the country, this past weekend as Louisiana Tech finished in 16th place at the fourth annual Track Kat Klash, which was hosted by Sam Houston State at Emerald Lanes in Houston.
Head coach Jerry Miles and the Louisiana Tech bowling squad recorded a fourth place finish this past weekend as they competed in the annual Thrashing Tiger Tournament, which was held in Houston and hosted by Texas Southern.
The Lady Techsters had three bowlers finish in the top 50, as Louisiana Tech placed 10th this weekend at the Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational, which was hosted by Tulane in New Orleans.