Carly Schmidtlein led the squad placing 29th out of 276 bowlers. Schmidtlein tallied 1,128 total pins for an average score of 188. Becca wood placed 49th and had a total of 1,087 pins for an average score of 181.
Allyson Ware finished in 154th place with a total of 836 pins and average score of 167. Ally Eckert came in 22nd place and had a total of 532 pins with an average score of 177.
Heather Wright placed in 226th place with a total 523 pins and average score of 174 and Kayla Endicott finished in 235th place totaling 498 pins for an average score of 166.
Shaley Epperson and Brittani Kelly rounded out the Wildcats team placing in 251st and 262nd place. Epperson posted a total of 345 pins for an average score of 173, while Kelly totaled 303 pins and average score of 152.
The Bowling team has also chosen to adopt Army Specialist Zach Wood who is the brother of Becca Wood.
Zach will be stationed in Afghanistan for 9 months training the natives of Afghanistan fighting tactics, as well as how to fire weapons and missiles.
The Wildcats wore Red, White and Blue ribbons at last week's tournament that were made by Ally Eckert whose brother Sgt. Gary "Andy" Eckert was Killed In Action on Mothers Day, May 8, 2005 in Samara, Iraq.
"My father is a WWII Veteran and as a team this just felt right to us," said Baker head bowling coach Cheryl Keslar. "Thank you to all that have served our Country. We will be sending care packages to Zach, if you want to help please let us know."
Baker will next travel to Belleville, Ill., to compete in the National Collegiate Team Match Games at the Bel-Air Bowl on Nov. 29 and 30.