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Angela Falgoust
Angela  Falgoust


Baton Rouge, La.

High School:
St. Michael's





Physical Anthropology


Bowlers Head to Houston For the Lady Jack Classic

The field for the Stormin' Lady Jack Classic includes 11 nationally ranked teams


20th-Ranked Bowlers Place Second at Wildcat Invitational

Green Wave picked up seven wins during the three day event in Florida


20th-Ranked Bowlers Travel to Florida This Weekend

Green Wave take to the lanes for the Wildcat Invitational beginning Friday and concluding Sunday


20th-Ranked Bowlers Place 11th at Mid-Winter Invitational

20TH-ranked Green Wave picked up four wins during the weekend


Bowling Wins Nine at TRACK Kat Klash

Green Wave sophomore Angela Falgoust placed 11th individually


2014 Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational host by Tulane - Oct. 17-19 - AMF All-Star Lanes, Kenner, La.

2014 Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational host by Tulane - Oct. 17-19 - AMF All-Star Lanes, Kenner, La.


2013 Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational

2013 Allstate Sugar Bowl Collegiate Bowling Invitational hosted by Tulane at the AMF All-Star Lanes in Kenner, La.


Career High Score: 256 at ITC Sectionals (3/11/16)

Career High Pin-Average: 188.03 (2014-2015 Season)

Career Notes: Three-year letterwinner has bowled in 92 matches among 16 tournaments in her Tulane career. Falgoust holds a career-high of 256 pins that she achieved during her junior season, which is sixth all-time among Green Wave bowlers in school history. She participated in the Junior Gold Championships twice.

2015-2016 Season (Junior): Angela Falgoust turned in a very impressive junior campaign, racking up the fourth-highest pin average on the team (185.68) and the second-highest individual score of all Green Wave bowlers with her 256 at ITC Sectionals on March 11th. Falgoust's 256 score was also a new career-high for her. Falgoust bowled in seven of Tulane's 10 tournaments, adding 25 matches and 4,642 pins to her career totals.

2014-2015 Season (Sophomore): Angela Falgoust competed in the second most individual games for the Green Wave in the 2014-2015 campaign (40), only trailing Michelle Ng, who bowled 46 games. Falgoust averaged a 188.03 average on the season, placing her 3rd in the Green Wave rankings. She racked up a career-high 241 pin score against Adelphi at the TRACK Kat Klash tournament in Huntsville, Texas, in November, helping Tulane to a +62 pin victory in that match. Falgoust also competed in the 2015 Junior Gold Championships in July along with Sarah Forton and incomer Tiera Gulum. She placed 55th after four rounds of games, recording a 184.79 pin average and placing just outside the top 48, which was the ranking required to become eligible for the Final Advancers Round.

2013-2014 Season (Freshman): Angela Falgoust bowled in 27 games in her rookie campaign with the Green Wave, trailing only Jessica Stricklin for most games bowled on the squad. She picked up almost 4800 pins and set her then career-high with a 225 pin score against Bethune-Cookman in the Allstate Collegiate Bowling Invitational in Kenner, La. Falgoust also averaged a 177.3 pin score in her first season with Tulane. She also earned a chance to compete at the 2014 Junior Gold Championships alongside Hannah Ryan, Jessica Quebedeaux, and Sarah Forton. Falgoust recorded 169th place ranking after three rounds, placing outside the top 86 ranking required to advance further in the tournament. She recorded a 179.33 pin average over 15 games.

HIGH SCHOOL: Angela Falgoust graduated from St. Michael's the Archangel High School in Baton Rouge, La., in May of 2013. She was a four-year letterwinner on her high school's bowling team. She was a participant on two state runner-up teams (her freshman and junior years), and brought home two individual girl's singles state titles as a sophomore and senior, bringing home the runner-up trophy in her freshman and junior years. She was selected as first-team all-district all four years, and received district MVP and high individual average honors as a freshman, junior, and senior. Falgoust helped lead her team to three undefeated regular seasons, achieving district titles in those seasons as well. Additionally, Falgoust was named to The Advocate's Girls Star of Stars for Bowling twice, becoming the first freshman to win the award for Girls High School Bowling. She also took home the Louisiana USCB Women's Bowling Association Female Youth Bowler of the Year award during her Junior year.

PERSONAL: Born Angela Christine Falgoust to Ellen and Ed Falgoust on September 19th, 1995, in Baton Rouge, La. She is majoring in Physical Anthropology and wants to pursue a career in the field of Forensics -- CSI.