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NEWS ARCHIVE

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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: March 11 2012


FIELD DETERMINED FOR INTERCOLLEGIATE TEAM CHAMPIONSHIPS

ARLINGTON, Texas - A total of 32 teams kept their hopes alive for collegiate national titles as the field was determined Sunday for the 2012 United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships.

The field of 16 men's teams and 16 women's teams was determined at sectional qualifiers at four sites - Allentown, Pa.; Euless, Texas; Fairview Heights, Ill.; and Smyrna, Tenn. - with the top four teams in each division advancing.

All teams bowled 64 games of Baker competition over two days for the right to advance to the Intercollegiate Team Championships, which will be held April 19-21 at Sun Valley Lanes in Lincoln, Neb. The men's and women's finals will be broadcast in May on CBS Sports Network.

Webber International led both the men's and women's divisions in Allentown. The Warriors' men's team finished with 13,358 to advance along with Lindenwood, Rochester Tech and William Paterson. On the women's side, Webber tallied 12,943 to lead with defending national champion Maryland Eastern Shore finishing second. Lindenwood and Kutztown also moved on.

In Euless, the Wichita State men and women dominated the competition to advance to nationals. The Shockers men totaled 13,669, while Midland, defending national champion Fresno State and Kansas also advanced. The Wichita State women finished with 13,037 and will be joined at nationals by Midland, West Texas A&M and Stephen F. Austin.

Robert Morris-Illinois led the men's field in Fairview Heights with 13,159 and advanced along with Toledo, St. Ambrose and Calumet. The Newman women led their division with 11,985, while Calumet, William Penn and Robert Morris-Illinois also moved on.

The Smyrna sectional was led by Pikeville on the women's side with 12,393. McKendree, Florida State and Wright State also advanced. For the men, Wright State led the way with 12,660, while Morehead State, Vincennes and Notre Dame-Ohio also moved on.




ITC 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


ITC 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