JONESBORO — Arkansas State women’s bowling team members Julia Huren, Taylor Davis, Averi Brown and Montana Meyer received All-Academic recognition, the Southland Bowling League announced Wednesday.

Global Supply Management and Marketing major Huren, managed a 3.46 grade point average while landing second-team All-American honors. The senior received first-team all-Southland Bowling League recognition, after she registered an outstanding three all-tournament titles, to go along with Bowler of Month recognition, for the month of November. She finished the season with an 89.75 percent Player Performance Index (PCPI), which was second-best in the conference.

Majoring in Biological Sciences, Davis earned a 3.32 GPA and was named to the 2020 A-State AD Honor Roll. Davis notched all-third team All-American honors after she punched in an MVP performance for the Red Wolves at the Big Red Invitational (March 1).

The junior finished the 2019-20 campaign with an impressive 78.40 PCPI, which was tied for fifth best in the SBL. The Davison, Mich. native lead the Red Wolves to an outstanding 83-32 finish, which ranked the squad No. 2 in the nation, in the National Tenpins Coaches Association Poll, which was announced in April.

Computer and Information technology major, Meyer finished the academic year with a 3.46 and was named to the A-State AD Honor Roll. Imperial, Mo., native Meyer, bowled in 688 complete frames as she knocked down 59 percent of total frames.

Columbus, Ohio native Brown, an Interdisciplinary Studies registered a 3.37 GPA and was named the A-State AD Honor Roll. Brown bowled in 697 complete frames as knocked down 58 percent of total frames.

Fans can keep up with the Arkansas State women’s bowling team by following the squad on Twitter (@AStateBowling) and by liking the Arkansas State Women’s Bowling page on Facebook.