The St. Francis Brooklyn women’s bowling head coach Dawn Gugliaro announced that Jennifer Drzewucki has signed a National Letter-of-Intent to bowl for the Terriers beginning this season as a freshman.
Drzewucki, originally from Holbrook, New York, attended Sachem High School North in Lake Ronkonkoma where she was captain of the bowling team during her junior and senior years. She was named to the League 1 All-League team. She has a high game of 258 and a high series of 620 last year.
“Jennifer is solid bowler,” Gugliaro said in a statement. “She strengthens our team both on the lanes and in the classroom. She is dedicated and passionate about the sport of bowling and will fit in nicely with our other young players.”
Drzewucki was also named to the All-Sachem Patch Winter Second Team squad during the 2011-12 season. She averages a 195 on sport shot patters and her best game on the pattern was a 278 and a high series of 696.
She is the third bowler the Terriers have added this offseason including Meghan Wing and Jamie Kelly.
Wing, a freshman from Plainedge, New York, has bowled a 300-game and averaged 219.5 during her senior year of high school, which is good for the second best in Nassau County. She won the 2013 Individual Nassau County Bowling Tournament by over 100 pins with a 219.5 average and a 1317 series in six games. She also led Team Nassau in the Sectional All-Start tournament with a 1,283 series.
Kelly, another freshman from Farmingdale, New Jersey, averaged a 188 on sport shot patterns with a high game of 267 and a high series of 712. As co-captain of the Howell Rebels, she led them to the Monmouth County Tournament championship where she was awarded the high-game trophy for rolling a 244 and was the high-game series winner with a total of 664.