Emily Rigney 8
Emily  Rigney
Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
East Doncaster, Australia

Height:
5-5

 

04/13/2018

Dores still one win from title game

Lose hard-fought game to Sam Houston State in national semi-final

04/12/2018

Unbeaten VU advances at NCAA

Stuns No. 1 Nebraska, tops No. 5 Sam Houston

06/28/2017

62 named to SEC First-Year Academic Honor Roll

Freshmen and first-year SEC student-athletes were eligible

04/11/2017

VU bowling continues its rise

Dores head to NCAAs on 10-year anniversary of '07 title

01/13/2017

Top 10 wins pace 'Dores

Pin count places Vanderbilt in sixth place

04/12/2018

Vanderbilt vs. Nebraska (Clark)

View Patrick Clark's photos of the Commodores' match with Nebraska.

04/12/2018

Vanderbilt vs. Sam Houston State (Clark)

View Patrick Clark's photos of the Commodores' against Sam Houston State.

04/15/2017

NCAA Bowling Championships - Day Three

Photos by Jonathan Mailhes

2016-17 Season

• Broke into starting lineup midway through year and became a dominant force by year’s end
• All-tournament at Monmouth’s Hawk
• 18.85 team and 19.05 Baker frame averages

International and Junior Highlights
Six-time member of Australian Junior and Youth teams, winning three Silver and two Bronze Medals
Three-time state Masters champion
Competed with Australian team at World Teen Masters in Las Vegas, the World Youth Championships in Bangkok, the Asian Schools Championships in Jakarta and theAsian and World Youth Championships in China.
Three-time National Junior All-Star team member
Won Australia's Junior and All-Events titles (2015)


Personal
Born October 16, 1997
Father, Dennis, was head coach of Australian National team and mother, Sharon Rigney (McLeish) was Gold Medal bowler for Australian National Team.
Left-handed
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