I have been a kegler in the past. No, this has nothing to do with any college activities, although college students do kegle. Some get academic credit for it too.
A kegler is a bowler as in bowling alley, bowling pins, funny shirts and beer frames.
The origin of the word comes from the German language meaning a bowling pin or peg.
Back in the day when I bowled, the term was still use. A clever team might call themselves the Krazy Keglers, etc. (Naming bowling teams was an art, as you can see)
I must admit a couple of bowling shirts adorned my closet over the years. They all had a business name on the back and my name on the front. One really classy bowling shirt (an oxymoron?) had my last name stitched on the back.
So, I bet some of you were keglers. As they used to say, “Get out of the streets and into the alleys.”