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Calumet Crimson Wave men wash over opening day of Hoosier Classic; Lindenwood leads women

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Saturday, February 11, 2017 5:00 pm
The Calumet Crimson Wave led the Hoosier Classic men's 6-game round of traditional team play on Saturday. Photo by Susie Fever.
The Calumet Crimson Wave on Saturday took a step toward a big goal for the program, totaling 6,275 for six games of traditional team bowling to take a 143-pin lead over UW-Whitewater and William Paterson for the men on the first day of the Hoosier Classic. Lindenwood led the women's division in action that ended after midnight. Pins carry over and all 78 men’s and 66 women's teams return for 15 games of Baker competition on Sunday, with the top eight teams in each division then advancing...