|High School:||Vancouver iTech Prep|
2018-19 Season: ECC Commissioner’s Honor Roll – NTCA All-Academic Team – had a single match high of 211 in two different tournaments as a sophomore, first at the KU Invitational and again at the Hawk Flight Invite – her 955 at the Hawk Flight Invite was the fifth most for a five-game traditional total in program history, good enough for a 191 average – finished the year with a 17.34 overall average, collecting a 17.42 traditional match average – had 336 strikes on the year to go along with a 34.5 striking percentage – added 354 spares on the year with a 59.4 percent spare conversion – collected seven games of 200 or more pins on the year.
2017-18 Season: Bowled in all tournaments for the Wildcats in her first season – finished the year 21st in the ECC with a 54.92 player composite performance index (PCPI) – led the ECC with a 30.3 percent individual split conversion in traditional matches in 33 attempts – finished 13th in the ECC in individual strike percentage at 38.4 percent – finished ninth in the ECC with a 16.8 percent 10th frame double percentage in 155 10th frames bowled – led the team with a 17.84 average score per frame, and tied for the team lead with an 8.63 average first ball score – led the team with 358 strikes on the year, finishing with a 38.4 strike percentage – was the anchor bowler 183 times and finished with a 17.84 10th frame average – carries the third highest individual traditional game score with a 234 at the Red Flash Invite – also carries the fourth highest individual traditional game score with a 230 at the FDU Jamboree – holds the second highest five-game traditional total, knocking down 984 pints (196.80 average) at the FDU Jamboree.
High School: Graduated from Vancouver iTech Preparatory in Vancouver, Wash, but because of no bowling program she bowled for Fort Vancouver High School in Vancouver, Wash.
Personal: Bailey Anne Peters – daughter of Michael and Staci Peters – majoring in Marketing at Wilmington University – the thing she misses most about childhood is recess – favorite movie is The Neverending Story – favorite professional sports team is the Seattle Seahawks – her most memorable sports moment is when Sinoda Cook bowled a 300-game for the Wildcats in 2017-18.