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Talent to Spare
DSU bowling coach Kim Terrell-Kearney and her Hornets make history. That’s how they roll.
Last summer Kim Terrell-Kearney made history when she took part in the first matchup of two black athletes competing for a pro bowling title. In the process Terrell-Kearney earned her second U.S. Women’s Open championship.
Now the Delaware State University bowling coach, in only her second year, has the Hornets forging milestones. DSU has racked up a record number of wins and has been ranked as high as fourth in the country—also a school record—as it heads to the NCAA Championships in Detroit in April.
Terrell-Kearney, who has earned 11 major titles during her 10-year professional career, says coaching has helped her game and vice-versa.
“It’s made me much more aggressive as a player,” she says. “In the past I was a little too conservative, and I think I’ve made a point of helping my players be fearless and willing to go all out. At the same time, it’s forced me to walk that same walk.”
The rest, as they say, is history. —Caitlin Birch
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