Brystal Beyer and Juliana Kerrigan Named NTCA All-Americans

 Brystal Beyer and Juliana Kerrigan named NTCA All-Americans.

End of the season awards and accolades were announced in Detroit, Michigan ahead of the NCAA Championships. 

Brystal the Bry-Star
Brystal Beyer was named NTCA All-American Third Team. Brystal finshed her junior season with the Ladyjacks coming from Little Wolf HS in Ogdensburg, WI. Earlier this off-season, Beyer qualified for Team USA after finishing fourth after 26 games in the U20 Junior Golds.  She found herself in the losers bracket but was able to string up a couple of wins and qualify for the TV finals.  Beyer finished as the #3 seed for the U20 Junior Gold Championships after winning the losers bracket and falling in the first round of the TV finals.  Brystal finished ranked 22nd in the nation and 15th in the conference. She had 907 complete frames and rolled in 96% of the total team frames. Her Baker Average was 206.0 and Traditional Average was 204.9. Brystal’s strike percentage was 50.5%. Brystal also qualified for the ISC Championship, finishing 8th at the Addison Section with a pin total of 1,303. Brystal will be competing for the ISC Championship on April 17th in Kentucky. 

Juliana’s Red Hot Rookie Campaign
Juliana Kerrigan was named NTCA All-American Honorable Mention. Juliana started her Ladyjack career after graduating from Patrick Henry HS in Ashland, VA. After an impressive run in individual competitions in the summer and finishing 62nd at U18 Junior Golds out of a field of 588, Kerrigan carried that momentum into her first season with SFA. Bowling the first ever perfect game in the Traditional Format for SFA at the Sunshine Classic in October, Juliana earned the first ever CUSA Newcomer of the Month award. Juliana ended the year ranked as the 40th best bowler in the nation according to the NTCA’s Player Composite Performance Index (PCPI). She bowled in 1,030 frames and 92% of the teams frames. Juliana also qualified for the ISC Championship, finishing 7th at the Addison Section with a pin total of 1,304. She also rolled a perfect game at the ISC Sectionals. Juliana will be competing for the ISC Championship on April 17th in Kentucky. 

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By: Hunter Overholt, SFA Director Of Social Media And Digital Content