Vanderbilt capped off an incredible weekend at the 2020 Stormin’ Blue & White Vegas Classic by completing a stunning comeback in the championship match Sunday afternoon.
The Commodores overcame a 3-0 deficit in the title match to take down Nebraska, 4-3, in the best-of-seven championship match in the NCAA Women’s Bowling regular season event at South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas.
Vanderbilt, which didn’t lose a match the entire weekend in posting an 11-0 record, overcame a tough start against the Huskers to end the weekend perfect and take home the trophy.
Nebraska got out of the gates quick with wins of 211-189, 190-184 and 195-169. Up by 33 pins with three frames to go in the fourth game, the Huskers were unable to finish things off.
Vanderbilt rattled off five consecutive strikes to close out Game 4, while Nebraska’s anchor bowler left a 5-7 split in the 10th frame to allow the big comeback to begin. Vanderbilt won the fourth game 201-190 and then rolled to the title with wins of 214-192, 243-190 and 226-202.
In the opening match of the bracket, Vanderbilt, which entered the day as the No. 2 seed in the bracket, took down top seed McKendree, 4-1, to advance into the championship match.
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