The Concordia Men's Bowling Team added yet another piece to their team puzzle by recently signing West Virginia native Jackson Davis. Jackson considered several other reputable bowling programs and institutions in the midwest before settling on leaving the Mountaineer State for Concordia.
Jackson comes to Concordia with many bowling accolades. He won the Pine Plaza Junior Open in 2012 and the Noble Manor Open in 2013, both being highly competitive tournaments in West Virginia. In 2014, Jackson placed first JBRPT Open Division Tournament of Champions and won the West Virginia Pepsi Tournament three years in a row. He was named West Virginia USBC Youth Bowler of the Year in 2013. He has a 300 game and an 800 series to his credit.
The sport of bowling is not Jackson's only passion. While attending South Charleston High School in West Virginia, he was very much involved in the school's ROTC Program. Holding the rank of Lt. Colonel-Inspector General, Jackson received many awards. His accomplishments include American Veterans Award, General Military Excellence Award, Military Order of the Purple Heart Award (2016), Distinguished Unit Award (2013), Superior Performance Award (2014), and Leadership School Award (2015). Jackson is also a proud member of his Church's Youth Council.
Coach Doug Spicer had this to say about his newest Cardinal. "Jackson is quite the competitor and is a sound leader. His bowling attributes as well as his leadership qualities will be very valuable to myself as well as his teammates."
|Robert Brenay||Baseball||OF||5-10||Dearborn Heights, MI||Annapolis High School|
|Jacob Cuso||Baseball||INF/RHP||5-11||Corona, CA||Lakeside High School|
|Tyson Kleinfelter||Baseball||P||6-1||Perrysburg, OH||Perrysburg High School|
|Ruben Rios||Baseball||OF||5-9||Pico Rivera, CA||Cantwell-Sacred Heart of Mary|
|Jake Smith||Baseball||Catcher||5-11||New Palestine, IN||New Palestine High School|
|Jackson Davis||M Bowling||South Charleston, WV||South Charleston HS|
|Alex Ouellette||M Bowling||N/A||N/A||Bay City, MI||Delta College|
|Ian Hay||M Cross Country||Canton, MI||Plymouth Christian|
|Jonathan Bohlman||M Soccer||Midfielder||6'5||University of Detroit Mercy|
|John Clark||M Tennis||Fort Wayne, IN||Concordia Lutheran|
|Nick Munson||M Tennis||Le Salle, IL||Illinois Valley Community College|
|Allison Hager||W Bowling||Gladwin, MI||Gladwin|
|Kelly Crorey||Competitive Dance||Marine City, MI||Marine City|
|Yasmin Saraiva-Messner||W Lacrosse||Defense||5-10||Holt, MI||Holt HS|
|Cierra Steiner||W Lacrosse||5-0||Canton, MI||Plymouth High School|
|Chloe Wright||W Lacrosse||Attack||5-4||South Bend, IN||St. Joseph|
|Hannah Laho||W Soccer||M/F||5'0||Canton, MI||Washtenaw Community College|
|Kayli Loza||W Soccer||Waterford, MI||Waterford Mott|
|Megan Schulz||W Soccer||Farmington, MI||Schoolcraft|
|Lauren Drinane||W Outdoor Track & Field||Riverview, MI||Riverview Community HS|
|Hailey McCourt||Volleyball||Setter||5-7||Toledo, OH||Cardinal Stritch|