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April 10, 2014

Angie Colip: Bowling week filled with perfection


As the league begin to wind down, now is the time to start planning for the shorter summer leagues and making plans for next year. These are some of the questions to be answered. How many leagues do I participate in? Do I like the team or teams that I am with now? Do I mix things up and make some changes? What league best fits my style of bowling, and why I am bowling? Am I more of a recreational bowler, or am I the competitive one who wants to win more than have fun?

There is not a right or wrong answer. These are strictly personal preferences. Just make sure that your teammates are on the same page as you are.

Good luck this week to the Purdue bowling team as it makes its way to Reno for the Intercollegiate National Tournament. The top 16 in the nation. Boiler Up!

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