Behind a strong final frame from freshman Chloe Skurzynski, UMES defeated North Carolina A&T, 4-3, to win the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference women’s bowling championship in Chesapeake, Va. The Hawks won their 10th MEAC title overall and second in three years. North Carolina A&T State, the No. 2 seed and defending champion, had the lead heading into the final frame, and Skurzynski needed two strikes to give the Hawks the comeback win. She converted on her first two attempts of the final frame, giving UMES 208 to the Aggies’ 200. Skurzynski was named the tournament’s Outstanding Performer. The Hawks earn the MEAC’s automatic bid to the NCAA national championships. The NCAA selection show will be Wednesday at 4 p.m., streamed live on NCAA.com.