Peru State sets additional bowling try outs

Staff Writer
Syracuse Journal-Democrat

This past fall, Peru State announced the addition of men's and women's bowling to their collegiate sports programs. The bowling teams will begin in the fall of 2020.

On Sunday, December 8, Peru State held its first open tryouts at the Bowldog Alley in Auburn. Following the successful first tryout, the College is announcing two more dates – both Sundays – January 26 and March 1.

All potential bowlers are invited to attend the tryouts. There will be no cost to participate as those in attendance will have an opportunity to bowl up to three games while coaches assess potential talent.

Pre-registration is preferred. Contact Bobcat associate athletic directorTed L. Harshbargervia email at or by phone at 402-872-2380 to register or for more information. Additional bowling questions can also be directed to bowling coaching assistants Nate Seitz ( or Jeni Seitz ( or at The Seitzs are the proprietors of Bowldog Alley.

The College has both athletic and academic scholarship funds available for potential student-athletes. Peru State officials will be in attendance as well to answer questions from prospective students and/or their parents regarding admissions and other College policies.