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ASU bowling signs two for the 2012-13 campaign

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Head coach Andrew Chatmon and the Alabama State bowling team has announced two student-athletes whom have signed National Letters of Intent to join the Lady Hornets for the 2012 season. Joining the squad are the sisters Brittany and Brooke Morris.

Brittany is an outstanding student who graduated from North Pocono School District with a 3.60 GPA. She's also well rounded, having participated in the marching band, concert band, chorus and orchestra.

Over the course of her four years in high school, Brittany also played two years of softball, volunteered time with the Humane Society and represented her school at the FBLA's (Future Business Leaders of America) state competition in 2010.

Brittany's bowling talents have blossomed over the years. She now maintains a 205 house average at Idle Hours. She has rolled a sanctioned perfect game and her highest series to date is a 713.

In July, Brittany traveled to Las Vegas to participate in the Junior Gold Competition.

Brittany plans to major in occupational therapy at Alabama State.

Brooke can also look back with pride on a rich and varied high school career at North Pocono.

In addition to bowling, Brooke studied hard to keep a 3.60 GPA and maintain a spot in the National Honor Society. She was a member of Student Council for two years and FBLA for three years.

To date, Brooke's highest sanctioned game is a 279 in which she racked up 11 consecutive strikes. Her best series thus far is a 691. Brooke currently sports a solid 190 average in league action at Idle Hours.

Brooke is planning to major in computer information systems.

"We are extremely enthusiastic about the potential team we're putting together," Chatmon said. "With the ladies we have already here at Alabama State, we are looking to do great things this upcoming season."

The eligibility of all student-athletes is contingent upon admission to Alabama State University and compliance with all NCAA rules, including registration with the NCAA Clearinghouse.

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