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McKendree University’s Hope Gramly continues to mark herself as a player to watch as she leads qualifying at 2022 PWBA Pepsi Classic

JEFF RICHGELS | Posted: Friday, August 5, 2022 11:00 pm
Hope Gramly led Friday's qualifying in the 2022 PWBA Pepsi Classic. Photo by PWBA.
At the start of 2022, Hope Gramly was a name few bowling fans were familiar with, though she was in the middle of earning her second straight National Tenpin Coaches Association Division II Player of the Year crown. The tall right-hander with the long, smooth swing has spent this year making a name for herself as a player to watch on bowling’s biggest stages. In April, Gramly was part of the McKendree University team that won the 2022 NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship. In May, she...