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Shocker claims spot on bowling’s Team USA

Wesley Low began bowling at the age of three.

Wesley Low began bowling at the age of three.

Brian Hayes

Wesley Low began bowling at the age of three.

Brian Hayes

Brian Hayes

Wesley Low began bowling at the age of three.

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Wesley Low will represent the United States in international bowling competition.

Low is a senior at Wichita State and a member of Shocker bowling team. He qualified for an automatic spot on bowling’s Team USA, the United States Bowling Congress announced on Monday.

Team USA is “an elite group of top American men and women amateur and professional athletes who represent the U.S. in international bowling competition.”

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