PITTSBURGH – Head coach Jody Fetterhoff announced Morgan Brookover (Parkersburg, W.Va.) and Ranelle Ulanday (Union, Ky.) as the two newest members of the bowling program.
“We are very excited to have Ranelle and Morgan join us next year!” said Fetterhoff. “It was very clear to all of us early on in the recruiting process how well they fit our team. Not only do they have a lot of experience and success in big tournaments, they also do the little things that make them so important to their peers. We are very lucky to have Ranelle and Morgan and their families join us and are really looking forward to next season!”
Duquesne, who is just in his fifth year as a program, finished in the Top 12 in his first NCAA Championship appearance in April. The Dukes return six of eight bowlers, including three-time All-American Olivia Farwell who missed last season due to injury – from last year’s eleventh team.
5-7, right, Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg
- Posted a high game of 300 and a high run of 795 (279, 257, 259 at 2020 Pepsi qualifier).
- Placed second at the 2021 Junior Masters in Dayton, Ohio.
- Also placed second at the 2021 W.Va State USBC Youth Pepsi U18 Championship.
- Placed 48th out of 446 entrants in the 2019 U17 Junior Gold Championship.
- Is a three-time West Virginia Pepsi Champion: 2016 (U15), 2018 (U15) and 2020 (U17).
- Finished 21st at the Teen Masters 2020.
- Is a six-time Junior Gold qualifier tournament.
- Was a two-time varsity girls’ doubles champion (2018 as a freshman and 2019 as a sophomore).
- Posted a high average of 210.8, a high play of 259 and a high run of 669 as a junior when she was the only woman on the varsity team.
- Was the 2020 Girls Varsity Singles Champion.
- Named the Most Valuable Bowler of 2020 by her teammates.
- Was the 2020 anchor and captain of the varsity team.
- The team did not compete in 2020-21.
- Her cousin, Justine Brookover, bowled for Lincoln Memorial (2017-18 to 2020-21).
- Played the clarinet for eight years and participated in the concert, marching and pep bands in Parkersburg.
- Started bowling at the age of seven.
- Date of Birth: September 5, 2002.
5-10, right, Union, Ky./Randall K. Cooper
- Posted a high game of 300 and a high run of 729.
- Placed second in the 2021 Kentucky State Pepsi U18 Championship.
- Was the 2021 Greater Cincinnati USBC Catherine Burling Queens Champion.
- 2021 KHSAA Region 6 Singles Champion.
- Placed 49th out of 446 bowlers at the 2019 Junior Gold U17 Championships.
- Named Northern Kentucky Co-Bowler of the Year.
- Earned a spot in the Northwest Indiana Junior Tournament Players Association (NWIJTPA) and Kentucky All-Star Teams.
- Was the state individual runner-up in leading Cooper to the Kentucky High School Athletics Association’s first state championship in 2021.
- Helped the team to second place in the 2020 KHSAA states.
- Added two more Top 5 finishes at KHSAA state singles (5th place 2020 and 3rd place 2019).
- Was the 2020 and 2021 Regional Singles Champion and the 2019 Regional Singles Runner-up.
- Is the youngest of three with older brothers Ryelle and Reiley.
- Reiley bowls at Union College.
- Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.5 weighted GPA.
- Was a member of Cooper CAN, a club formed to serve the poor in Northern Kentucky.
- Played the piano for six years (until 2018).
- Date of Birth: March 22, 2003 in West Hills, California.