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Salina South’s Nash Murdock – Bowler of the Month Spotlight Presented By The Alley

By Matt Browning

Being a first-year bowler last year, Salina South’s Nash Murdock did not have high expectations for himself. 

But he viewed it as the first step in his bowling career and if he devoted the necessary time and effort in the offseason, he would make substantial improvements this season.

Murdock was chosen as the The Alley Bowler of the Month for February.

“Some goals I have for this season is to get a series of 500 and to become more consistent with my scores,” Murdock said. “I have been working on my arm movements and speed.”

Last season, Murdock’s average was 119, his highest game was 157 and his highest series was 398. He has made substantial improvement this year, as his average is 135, his highest game is 169 and his highest series is 467.

“My greatest strength, I feel, is my ability to stay calm and not get too frustrated,” Murdock said. “My weakness is that I adapt to the lanes far later in the meet than I would like. I try to get adjusted during warmup but that isn’t enough time occasionally.”

After high school, Murdock plans to study Architectural Engineering and wants to attend Kansas State University.

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