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					A special thanks to Carla Hines, Housing and Residence Life for coordinating this year’s

                              Annual UNC Charlotte
                         Faculty/Staff Bowling Tournament
The annual UNC Charlotte Faculty Staff Bowling Tournament was held at University Lanes on Wednesday,
October 21, 2009.




                                        Highlights and Score
                 1st Place Team – Bosco The Bull (Score – 2298) 
                 Team Bowlers – Charlie Bowling, David Burkette, Jeff Brindle & Chris Mckinney 
                  


                          Men’s High Game – Chris McKinney & Jeff Brindle (Score – 208) 
                                Men’s High Series – Chris McKinney (Score – 519) 


   Best Team Name – Dollz With Ballz                       Best Team Attire/Theme – Bone Rollers 
   Team – Ann Benson‐Holt, Maria                           Team – Andrew Pasch, Kate Lehman, Greg King and 
   Rutherford, Alicia Clapp and Meagan Flood               Salem Adnan 
   Honorable Mention:                                      Honorable Mention: 
   The Wood Splitters                                      The Bowl Cuts 
   The Bowled & Beautiful                                  Split Happens 
    


                              Women’s High Game – Beverly Guessford (Score – 177) 
                              Women’s High Series – Beverly Guessford (Score – 479
 
Great fun was had by all. Several attendees won great prizes such as: Harris Teeter Gift Certificates, bowling
family packs, pizzas, Lifestyle memberships and more. We look forward to more having even more fun next
year. Thanks to all who participated! Tell your co-workers and let’s bring more out next year!

				
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