SWAC announces 2022-23 Bowling Postseason honorees

Courtesy of the Southwestern Athletic Conference

BIRMINGHAM, Ala.- The Southwestern Athletic Conference has announced its 2022-23 SWAC Bowling Postseason Honors highlighted by impressive performances during regular season competition.

The all-conference honors and individual award winners were determined by average individual pinfall during conference play. 

Alabama State’s Savanna Razor (214.33) and Southern’s Jailyn Rogers (199.96) headline the All-SWAC First Team finishing in first and second place respectively.
Alabama State’s Lyric O’Steen (198.74), Florida A&M’s Jordan Shipp (197.04) and Prairie View A&M’s Stephanie Vasquez (196.52), round out the first team members after finishing regular season competition ranked third through fifth respectively.
Southern’s Alanna Coward (194.92), Texas Southern’s Evan Smith (194.20), Prairie View A&M’s Jayda Gordon (193.04), Texas Southern’s Cassie De La Fuente (191.96) and Florida A&M’s Francesca Olay (191.04) were tabbed as members of the All-SWAC Second Team after concluding regular season play ranked sixth through tenth respectively.
Alabama State’s Savanna Razor claimed SWAC Bowler of the Year while Prairie View A&M’s Jayda Gordon took home SWAC Freshman of the Year accolades. 

Southern head coach Barry Doyle was named SWAC Coach of the Year after leading the Lady Jaguars to a regular season title with an impressive 20-8 overall record in league play.
The 2023 SWAC Bowling Championship is set for March 24-26 at the ITRC in Arlington, Texas.
A complete listing of postseason award recipients is displayed below.  

Coach of the Year
Barry Doyle, Southern

Bowler of the Year
Savanna Razor, Alabama State

Freshman of the Year
Jayda Gordon, Prairie View A&M



All-SWAC Bowling First Team
Savanna Razor, Alabama State
Jailyn Rogers, Southern
Lyric O’Steen, Alabama State
Jordan Shipp, Florida A&M
Stephanie Vasquez, Prairie View A&M
All-SWAC Bowling Second Team
Alanna Coward, Southern
Evan Smith, Texas Southern
Jayda Gordon, Prairie View A&M
Cassie De La Fuente, Texas Southern
Francesca Olay, Florida A&M

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