LA Tech Bowling Signs Channell

Nov. 11, 2016

RUSTON, La. - On Thursday afternoon, head coach Matt Nantais announced the signing of Ashely Channell to join the Lady Techsters Bowling program.

A native of Morris Chapel, Tennessee, Channell will come to Ruston with an already impressive resume to this point in her career, where she has spent the past four years at Hardin County High School.

"I could not be more pleased to welcome Ashley to the Louisiana Tech family," Nantais said. "Ashley has the academic and athletic drive that all coaches look for. She is a great fit here at Louisiana Tech. Ashley is highly decorated on the lanes as well as in the classroom and we look forward to seeing her continue that success here in Ruston."

A time-two finalist for Tennessee Bowler of the Year in 2014 and 2015, Channell earned the title of Bowler of the Year for the state of Tennessee in 2016. At the same time, she was also named a Dexter High School All-American.

In her first three seasons at Hardin County, Channell was a three-time individual state champion, while also leading her team to three consecutive team state championships. Channell did not just lead her team to three state championships, but Hardin County has not lost a match since she joined the program.

In 2014 and 2015, Channell was a member of the Developmental Junior TEAM USA, where the team won a total of 14 medals at the Tournament of America's and in 2014 she was a junior gold champion.

On Thursday afternoon, head coach Matt Nantais announced the signing of Ashely Channell to join the Lady Techsters Bowling program.

A native of Jackson, Tennessee, Channell will come to Ruston with an already impressive resume to this point in her career, where she has spent the past four years at Hardin County High School.

"I could not be more pleased to welcome Ashley to the Louisiana Tech family," Nantais said. "Ashley has the academic and athletic drive that all coaches look for. She is a great fit here at Louisiana Tech. Ashley is highly decorated on the lanes as well as in the classroom and we look forward to seeing her continue that success here in Ruston."

 

 

A time-two finalist for Tennessee Bowler of the Year in 2014 and 2015, Channell earned the title of Bowler of the Year for the state of Tennessee in 2016. At the same time, she was also named a Dexter High School All-American.

In her first three seasons at Hardin County, Channell was a three-time individual state champion, while also leading her team to three consecutive team state championships. Channell did not just lead her team to three state championships, but Hardin County has not lost a match since she joined the program.

In 2014 and 2015, Channell was a member of the Developmental Junior TEAM USA, where the team won a total of 14 medals at the Tournament of America's and in 2014 she was a junior gold champion.

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