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Wednesday, November 22, 2017



NEWS ARCHIVE

Recent News


ARTICLE ARCHIVE

by Kerm Helmer
Collegiate Fever


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Lucas Wiseman
USBC Communications
lucas.wiseman@bowl.com
On the Web: bowl.com

DATE: April 13 2012


COLLEGIATE NATIONAL TITLES TO BE DETERMINED NEXT WEEK

ARLINGTON, Texas - The nation's top college teams and individuals will battle for national championships when the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships and the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships kick off April 17 at Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln, Neb.

The championships are the pinnacle events of the college bowling season, which began in September. Defending men's team champion Fresno State and women's champion Maryland Eastern Shore return to defend their titles.

The defending champs are among the 16 men's and 16 women's teams that advanced to the collegiate nationals. In the singles competition, the field is made up of 24 men and 16 women.

All qualifying and match play rounds of both events will be shown live on BOWL.com's BowlTV, while the champions will be crowned on national television. The semifinals and finals of the Intercollegiate Singles Championships and the finals of the Intercollegiate Team Championships will be shown on CBS Sports Network in four one-hour shows every Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern starting May 4.

Competition gets underway April 17 with qualifying and match play for the Intercollegiate Singles Championships. The final four men and final four women will be determined for the semifinals, which will take place April 21.

The singles participants will bowl six games of qualifying to determine seeding for the single-elimination match-play bracket, which consists of three-game, total-pinfall matches.

The Intercollegiate Team Championships gets underway April 19 with qualifying and match play. After a final full day of match play on April 20, the final two men's teams and final two women's teams will advance to the televised finals, also on April 21.

The teams will bowl 24 games of Baker qualifying to determine seeding for the double-elimination Baker match-play bracket. In match play, teams will bowl best-of-seven matches.




2012 USBC INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sun Valley Lanes, Lincoln, NE.)
April 19-21 2012

MEN'S FIELD
California State Univ. - Fresno
Calumet College of St. Joseph
Kansas /University of
Lindenwood University
Midland University
Morehead State University
Notre Dame College
Robert Morris Univ. - Illinois
Rochester Institute of Tech
St. Ambrose University
Toledo /University of
Vincennes University
Webber International University
Wichita State University
William Paterson University
Wright State University

WOMEN'S FIELD
Calumet College of St. Joseph
Florida State University
Kutztown University
Lindenwood University
Maryland /Univ. of - Eastern Shore
McKendree University
Midland University
Newman University
Pikeville /University of
Robert Morris Univ. - Illinois
Stephen F. Austin State University
Webber International University
West Texas A&M University
Wichita State University
William Penn University
Wright State University




2012 USBC INTERCOLLEGIATE SINGLES CHAMPIONSHIPS
Sun Valley Lanes, Lincoln, NE.)
April 17 and 21 2012

MEN'S FIELD
Cory Barber, Rochester Tech
Mike Conn, Morehead State
Neil Cooley, Minnesota State
Kevin Donovan, Corning Community College
Charles Easton, Toledo
Anthony Fiorenzo, Calumet
Benjamin Hainsey, Florida State
Lucas Hohnstein, Pikeville
Adam Johnson, McKendree
Aaron Johnston, West Texas A&M
Matthew Krueger, Viterbo
Francois Lavoie, Wichita State
Jeremy Milito, Stony Brook
Aaron Morgan, Toledo
Blake Paris, Lindenwood
Chris Pierson, Robert Morris-Illinois
Cody Shoemaker, Saginaw Valley State
Daniel Spink, Lindenwood
Chris Spoo, Florida Atlantic
Joe Steiner, Midland
Marcelo Suartz, Webber International
Kevin Tatrow, Wichita State
Cruise Webster, Webber International
Geoffrey Young, Wichita State

WOMEN'S FIELD
Elise Bolton, Nebraska
Brooke Bower, Kutztown
Brandi Branka, McKendree
Amanda Dodd, Calumet
Georgia Drewes, Newman
Chelsea Essenmacher, Adrian
Tracy Fakes, Wisconsin-Whitewater
Brittany Hart, Long Island
Jordeen Koizumi, Arizona State
Sarah Lokker, Arkansas State
Nicole Parkhurst, Stephen F. Austin
Kaitlin Quinn, Bellarmine
Rachel Schalow, Viterbo
Jazreel Tan, Wichita State
Amelia Tonyes, St. Francis-N.Y.
Katelyn Zwiefelhofer, Wisconsin-Whitewater