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Ziegler Bowls Her Way to Marian University

Andrea Ziegler poses after her perfect score in a bowling match. (By Gabe Dresbach/Student contributor)

Andrea Ziegler signs a letter of intent with Marian University. Pictured in yellow is Andrea, behind and to her right is Andrea’s mom Christina Ziegler and to her right is the university’s Director of Athletics Steve Downing (By Ava Fischer/Student contributor)

By NATALIE SANDROCK
Student contributor

Bowling a 300 is no easy feat.

Andrea Ziegler, a Cranberry High School senior, has dreamed of a perfect score, and on Feb. 9, she made that dream come true in a high school match.

In a junior bowling league since she was 4, Ziegler said, “I have been bowling since I could walk.”

Ziegler has joined a sort of family tradition of bowling a 300. Her grandfathers, father, and sister have all accomplished this, adding to this accomplishment’s meaning.

Along with her major bowling accomplishment, Ziegler signed with Marian University of Indianapolis on April 10 and will begin bowling for the Marian women’s team in the fall.

Ziegler says that although she will be seven hours from home, Marian University feels like her place and that she knew this after spending some time on campus and meeting the bowling team and its coaches. Ziegler is excited to call Marian University home for the next four years.

 

Natalie Sandrock, Gabe Dresbach and Ava Fischer are students at Cranberry High School and members of Cranberry Chronicles, the school’s journalism/publications class.

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