NGU Homecoming 2018: Bowling night

Lucero Amaro-Guzman, Staff Photographer

NGU homecoming activities were taken off campus this year and brought to Peach Bowl lanes, where the sports management society claimed their victory. It was a long night of intense bowling at first but then after the competition everyone gathered around to bowl all night long, or at least until they were kicked out.

Junior, Carson Floyd, shows off his skills as he attempts to roll a strike.

Junior, Carson Floyd, shows off his skills as he attempts to roll a strike.

Sophomore, Taylor Loughry, freshman, Tabita Romero, and sophomores Mary Garcia and Zion Dendy all take a break from having fun to pose for the camera.

Sophomore, Taylor Loughry, freshman, Tabita Romero, and sophomores Mary Garcia and Zion Dendy all take a break from having fun to pose for the camera.

While most students are bowling, others went off to enjoy a game of pool in another room. Sophomores, Logan Childs and Vivian Wortkoetter are part of the few that enjoyed playing pool.

While most students are bowling, others went off to enjoy a game of pool in another room. Sophomores, Logan Childs and Vivian Wortkoetter are part of the few that enjoyed playing pool.

The bowling alley was crowded with NGU students and glow sticks.

The bowling alley was crowded with NGU students and glow sticks.

Sophomore, Zion Dendy, gets ready to bowl as he pauses to gain concentration on the game.

Sophomore, Zion Dendy, gets ready to bowl as he pauses to gain concentration on the game.

The lights went wild closer to midnight as bowling came to a close.

The lights went wild closer to midnight as bowling came to a close.