DAVENPORT, Iowa – Marian University men’s bowling concluded their season competing at the Collegiate Club Championship.

Pool play started well for Marian as the Sabres were able to win their pool after recording five points and a total of 4,654 pins.  Marian was able to bowl over 800 in a pair of sets after rolling an 832 in the first set and an 817 in the final set.  As a result, Marian earned a bye in the opening round of the bracket but fell to UW-Stout in their first match-up of the bracket.  Marian was able to quickly bounce back, however, defeating UW-Green Bay in their first match-up of the contenders bracket.  The Sabres were able to follow that up with victories over UW-Milwaukee and Muskingum.  It was in the round six of the tournament where the Sabres would fall to Fresno State and have their season come to a close.  Wright State went on to win the club championship while UW-Stout was the runner-up.

On the individual side of things, Rylee Schwartz was able to earn First Team All-American recognition becoming the first Sabre to earn the honor.  Schwartz led the Sabres nearly all season long averaging 210.2 pins over the course of 57 games during the USBC season. He would finish atop the individual leaderboard at the GLBC III Tournament as part of four tournaments where he finished inside the top-five.