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Erie and Schenectady Win 2013 NJCAA Bowling Titles
 March 2, 2013

CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. - The Erie Community College (N.Y.) women's bowling team won the program's 28th national title Saturday afternoon at the NJCAA Bowling Invitational Championships at the Thruway Lanes in Cheektowaga. ECC topped runner-up Iowa Central Community College by 469 pins. On the men's side, Schenectady County Community College (N.Y.) held off two-time defending national champion Vincennes University (Ind.), 13,500 to 13,343, for the title.

Herkimer County Community College's (N.Y.) Sarah Foley, who won the singles and doubles titles Friday, picked up the All-Events championship in the women's division. ECC's Liz Szpara finished second. Dan Healy of Vincennes edged Schenectady County's Tyler Mocharie by three pins to win the men's All-Events title.

2013 NJCAA Bowling Championship Results

Note: The top eight finishers in the All-Events competiton earn NJCAA All-American honors.

2013 NJCAA Men's Bowling All-Americans: Dan Healy, Vincennes; Tyler Mocharie, Schenectady County CC; Jalen Scott-Jones, Vincennes; Jeff Karabin, Schenectady County CC; Cody Brandau, Iowa Central CC; Ryan Bertrand, Cayuga CC; Jake Hayes, Niagara CCC; Jason Crandall, Mohawk Valley CC and NJCAA representative Gary Broadhurst, Mohawk Valley CC.

2013 NJCAA Women's Bowling All-Americans: Women’s All-America – Sarah Foley, Herkimer County CC; Liz Szpara, Erie CC;   Leah Heim, Iowa Central CC; Megan Rzeszuto,  Hudson Valley; Kimberly Landon, Schoolcraft; Ashley Rolfes, Iowa Central CC; Morgan Anderson,  Erie CC;  Samantha Drimalla, Iowa Central CC; and NJCAA representative Gary Broadhurst, Mohawk Valley CC.

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