Zavala highlighted her sophomore year at the Southland Bowling League Conference Championships in Kenner, La. Postine a team-high 254 on the opening day against Vanderbilt, she was named to the All-Tournament team, helping lead the Bearkats that weekend to three straight wins and into the championship match where they eventually they finished runner-up ... Twice led the Kats in scoring on the opening day of the NCAA Championships ... Finished the season with a 186.5 average in 40 games
Zavala highlighted her freshman year at the NCAA Championships Tournament in St. Louis, helping lead the team to the semifinals with huge clutch shots against Central Missouri and Fairleigh Dickinson in best four of seven baker match play ... Her best event of the year came at the season opener in Kenner Louisiana at the Tulane Invitational where she averaged 196.60 for 5 traditional team games helping win the only regular season tournament of the year ... Ended her freshman year averaging 184.61 for 54 games which is third all-time for true freshman with more than 25 games bowled.
Stephanie’s recent national competition success includes a 36th place finish in Buffalo, New York, a 65th place finish in Chicago, Illinois, and this last summer in Indianapolis, IN 80th place competing in the Junior Gold National Championships which serves as a Junior Team USA Qualifier ... Won the California USBC Diddy Watts Youth State Singles Challenge in 2015 ... Ended her summer on a high note, throwing her first ever sport 300.
Daughter of Estela and Armando Zavala