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University BOWLING: Robert Wesleyan honor previous star bowler Millie Ignizio by naming grant after her

University BOWLING: Robert Wesleyan honor previous star bowler Millie Ignizio by naming grant after her

The Roberts Wesleyan Redhawks is home to the just university ladies’ bowling program in the Section V region.

The school has now reported a fresh out of the box new grant for the 2021-2022 scholastic year called, The Millie Ignizio Bowling Merit Scholarship for its ladies’ bowling program.

The grant — worth $7,500 — is inexhaustible for four varsity seasons and is granted to an approaching female Section V secondary school graduate.

Determination depends on predominant bowling accomplishment, scholastic greatness, a solid obligation to chip in local area administration and honorable sportsmanship. A sum of 42 Section V secondary schools directed young ladies bowling in 2020-21.

Nearby bowlers Mykenzie Burnett from Shortsville, Paige Barkley from Canandaigua and Hayley Kephart from Sodus are all right now playing at Roberts Wesleyan.

The Redhawks program is on the ascent and is an alluring system for any secondary school female competitor hoping to bowl collegiately. In the 2020-2021 season, the Redhawks broke the main 25 public rankings drove by third-year lead trainer Marion Singleton.

The Redhawks were recorded 24th among ladies’ bowling crews in all NCAA divisions and eleventh among Division II and III universities by the NTCA.

Iginizio — the grant’s namesake — right now lives in Greece and experienced childhood in Rochester, where her folks ran a bowling community.

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