HBCU Bowling Team Wins National Championship

For the second year in a row and for the third time in five years, the women’s bowling team at historically Black University of Maryland Eastern Shore was won the NCAA Division I championship. The team defeated bowlers from Farleigh Dickinson University for the title.

Although the University of Maryland at Eastern Shore is a historically Black university with a student body that is 12 percent White and 2 percent Hispanic, the bowling team is made up almost entirely of women from these two ethnic groups. In fact, of the nine players listed on the roster, five are from Latin America.

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