Duquesne bowler is second freshman in school history to earn All-American honors
@DuqBowling standout also named First Team All-Conference and to All-Rookie Team
Honored for outstanding weekend at Red Flash Invitational
Is the first freshman to win both honors in the same week this season
Farwell named Rookie of Week for second time
• Won the High School Bowling Girls National Championship in Smyrna, Tenn. in June of 2017. defeating a field of nearly 230 bowlers from across the country. Bested Mary Orf (O'Fallon (Ill.) HS) in the final (226-211) which concluded at 2:30 a.m.
• Finished 25th out of 840 bowlers at the 2017 Junior Gold Championship in Cleveland, Ohio.
• Placed second at the 2017 Storm Youth Championships in Reno, Nev.
• Took first place at the PA State Pepsi Youth U20 Division in 2016 & 2017.
• Was first in doubles scratch, fifth in all-events and tenth in singles at the 2017 Youth Open Championships in Cleveland, Ohio.
• Won District III, Eastern Regional (singles and team) and Pennsylvania State titles as a senior.
• Defeated Armstrong's Olivia Edmonds (233-170) to win the 2017 PA State Championship. She finished with six strikes in her final seven throws to pull away. Posted a 1,290 in six qualifying games (215 average).
• Has rolled a pair of 300 games with a high series of 811.
• Averaged 228.38 as a senior in the Lancaster-Lebanon League.
• Finished her high school career with national records for high two-game series (577) and high five-game series (1,283). Also held Pennsylvania state records for high average (228.3), two-game series, four-game series (995), five-game series and six-game total (1,547).
• Won four Pennsylvania Junior Bowlers Tournament titles.
• Placed 144th out of 792 bowlers at the 2016 Junior Gold Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.
• Was the 2016 PA State Pepsi Youth U20 Champion.
• Won the PIAA State Eastern Regional Championship in March of 2016.
• Was a four-time team captain, in leading Elizabethtown Area High School to a state championship in 2013-14 and runner-up finish in 2014-15.
• Posted a Lancaster/Lebanon League high average of 222 as a junior on the way to winning the singles championship and being named Lancaster/Lebanon Bowler of the Year.
• Business major.