Morgan Brookover and Ranelle Ulanday are the freshest Dukes

Morgan Brookover and Ranelle Ulanday are the freshest Dukes

Lead trainer Jody Fetterhoff declared Morgan Brookover (Parkersburg, W.Va.) and Ranelle Ulanday (Union, Ky.) as the two freshest individuals from the bowling program.

“We are extremely eager to have Ranelle and Morgan going along with us one year from now!” said Fetterhoff. “It was exceptionally obvious to us all right off the bat in the enrolling interaction how well they fit in with our group. Not exclusively do the two of them have a ton of involvement and accomplishment in significant competitions, they do the seemingly insignificant details that set them a section from their companions. We are fortunate to have Ranelle and Morgan just as their families go along with us and are a lot of anticipating next season!”

Duquesne, in is fifth year as a program, completed among the Top 12 in its first NCAA Championship appearance in April. The Dukes will return six of eight bowlers – including three-time All-American Olivia Farwell who missed last season because of injury – from last year’s eleventh positioned group.


5-7, Right, Parkersburg, W.Va./Parkersburg

Prior to Duquesne

Has posted a high round of 300 and high arrangement of 795 (279, 257, 259 at 2020 Pepsi qualifying).

Put second at the 2021 Junior Masters in Dayton, Ohio.

Additionally positioned second at the 2021 W.Va. State USBC Youth Pepsi U18 Championship.

Put 48th out of 446 contenders at the 2019 U17 Junior Gold Championship.

Is a three-time West Virginia Pepsi Champion: 2016 (U15), 2018 (U15) and 2020 (U17).

Completed 21st at the 2020 Teen Masters.

Is a six-time Junior Gold qualifier.

Secondary School

Was a double cross varsity young ladies duplicates champion (2018 as a first year recruit and 2019 as a sophomore).

Posted a high normal of 210.8, high round of 259 and high arrangement of 669 as junior when she was the solitary female in the varsity group.

Was the 2020 Girls Varsity Singles Champion.

Named 2020 Most Valuable Bowler by her colleagues.

Was the 2020 anchor and skipper of the varsity group.

The group didn’t contend in 2020-21.


Her cousin, Justine Brookover, bowled for Lincoln Memorial (2017-18 to 2020-21).

Has played the clarinet for a very long time and took part in the show, walking and home team groups at Parkersburg.

Begun bowling at seven years old.

Date of birth: Sept. 5, 2002.


5-10, Right, Union, Ky./Randall K. Cooper

Prior to Duquesne

Has posted a high round of 300 and high arrangement of 729.

Set second at the 2021 Kentucky State Pepsi U18 Championship.

Was the 2021 Greater Cincinnati USBC Catherine Burling Queens Champion.

2021 KHSAA Region 6 Singles Champion.

Set 49th out of 446 bowlers at the 2019 Junior Gold U17 Championships.

Secondary School

Named Northern Kentucky co-Bowler of the Year.

Acquired a spot on the Northwest Indiana Junior Tournament Players Association (NWIJTPA) and Kentucky All-Star Teams.

Was the state singular sprinter up in driving Cooper to the school’s first Kentucky High School Athletics Association state title in 2021.

Aided the group to a second place finish at 2020 KHSAA states.

Added two more Top 5 completions at KHSAA state singles (fifth spot 2020 and third spot 2019).

Was the 2020 and 2021 territorial singles champion and 2019 local singles second place.


Is the most youthful of three with more seasoned siblings Ryelle and Reiley.

Reiley bowls at Union College.

Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a 4.5 weighted GPA.

Was an individual from Cooper CAN, a club coordinated to serve the ruined in Northern Kentucky.

Played piano for a very long time (through 2018).

Date of birth: March 22, 2003 in West Hills, Calif.

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