Victoria Varano - Bowling - Vanderbilt University Athletics

#3 Victoria Varano Season 2023-24

Class Sophomore
Hometown Stony Point, N.Y.
High School North Rockland
Major Human & Organizational Development

As a Sophomore (2023-24)
• Second-team All-American
• NTCA all-central region honorable mention
• All-Conference USA second team
• CUSA Bowling All-Academic Team
• SEC Winter Academic Honor Roll
• Part of the seventh 300 Baker game in program history at the Mid-Winter Invitational (vs. No. 1 Jacksonville State)
• Part of the third and fourth-best five-game Baker sets in program history at the 2024 Hawk Classic (vs. Monmouth – 1,177 and Morgan State – 1,178)
• Part of the traditional game that tied No. 9 all-time in school history at Destination Orlando (UAB – 1,166)
• Selected to Junior Team USA

As a Freshman (2022-23)
• Honorable mention All-American
• NTCA All-Academic
• First-Year SEC Academic Honor Roll
• Southland Bowling League Academic Honor Roll
• Finished second at the Hawk Classic with a 214.6 average
• Stallings Invitational all-tournament team, placed fifth individually
• Hawk Classic all-tournament team
• Part of sixth 300 Baker game in program history during the first day of the 2022 Ladyjack Classic
• Won a silver medal competing for Team USA in IBF U21 World Championships team competition

The Varano File
• Selected to USA Junior Team
• Four-time Storm Youth champion
• PBA Northeast Regional champion
• Parker Bohn III Scholarship Tournament of Champions winner
• Placed second at 2021 Junior Gold Championship in the U18 division
• PBA Junior National Championships second place
• Storm Evolution staff member
• Five-time Journal News Bowler of the Year
• Led Rockland High School to 2019 state championship

Activities & Societies
• National Honor Society
• English, Social Studies, Science, Math and World Language Honor Society member

• Sister, Danielle McEwan, won a national championship for Fairleigh Dickinson and was a two-time NCAA Player of the Year
• In 2018, bowled a 300 game on the same day as brother, Nick Varano, during the same tournament