For the second year in a row, Mount Aloysius sophomore Rayissa Amon has been selected as the AMCC Women's Bowler of the Year. Amon led the Mounties, who won the AMCC regular season championship, in all major statistical categories. Her 179 traditional average and 18.9 Baker average both led the conferene all season. Amon bowled a high game of 255 against NJCU on January 14, which places her second in the conference for a single-game high.
Medaille College freshman Taylor Reese and Pitt-Bradford freshman Brianna Saylor have been named AMCC Women's Bowling Co-Newcomers of the Year. Reese led the Mavericks with a 175.54 average on the year in 28 games. She played even better in AMCC action with a 179.08 average over 13 games. Reese was also first on the team with a 16.92 Baker frame average and a 17.04 Baker frame average in AMCC competition. Her single game high was a 227. Reese was also named to the AMCC All-Tournament Team.
Saylor finished third in the AMCC with a 17.4 Baker average and a 166.1 team match average. She was named to the AMCC All-Tournament Team at the bowling championship tournament.
Medaille head coach Laura Edholm has been named the AMCC Women's Bowling Coach of the Year for the first time in her career. Edholm led the Mavericks to their first conference championship in program history, an upset victory as they entered the championship tournament as the No. 3 seed.
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