24 Alexis Grim
24 Alexis Grim
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Boardman, Ohio
High School: Boardman
Major: Education
Hand: Right

Alexis Grim Biography

2017-18 (Sophomore): Bowled in four Baker matches and three bracket matches at the Brunswick Bearcat Open... Bowled in the second slot in all seven of those matches... Left the program at the end of the fall semester.

2016-17 (Freshman): Started 37 traditional matches and appeared in two as a substitute... Averaged 186.97 in team games, which ranked second on the team, and rolled a dozen 200 games... Bowled YSU's highest single game of the season, a 258 against #1 Nebraska at the Crusader Classic on Feb. 18... Was among YSU's top three finishers in six of the team's eight tournaments, including each of the final three... Was the Penguins' top finisher at the Crusader Classic when she finished seventh overall with an average of 211.8 over six games... Bowled over 200 in five of her six games, including the 258 against the Huskers... Placed 10th two weeks later at the Hawk Flight Invite with a five-game average of 199.8... Bowled in 284 Baker games... Posted frame averages of 18.60 in traditional play and 18.19 in Baker matches... Recorded a 35.56 strike percentage and converted a team-best 73.48 percent of her spare attempts... Ranked second on the team by marking in 82.91 percent of her frames.

High School: Earned four varsity letters... Named Boardman's MVP three times and was twice named the All-American Conference Red Tier Female Bowler of the Year... Selected Honorable Mention All-Ohio as a junior as she led the Spartans to the state tournament... Placed 15th at the 2015 tournament with a 572 set... Named the Vindicator Girls Bowling Athlete of the Year... Rolled a 591 set to place second at the McKinley Lanes Sectional as a senior to qualify for the district tournament... Was a member of the National Honor Society and Big Spartan/Little Spartan.

Personal: Parents are Gary and Patricia... Has a brother (Andrew)... Born in Youngstown, Ohio... Major is education... Is the 2016-17 recipient of the James and Margaret Cook Scholarship.