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INDIANAPOLIS — The NCAA Women’s Bowling Committee has announced the twelve-teams vying for the 2019 National Collegiate Women's Bowling Championship. Eight conference teams have been granted automatic qualification, with the remaining teams being selected at-large. The field includes the following teams:ncaa bowling

 Arkansas State University
Sacred Heart University
Bowie State University
Sam Houston State University
Caldwell University
Stephen F. Austin State University
McKendree University
University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Medaille College
University of Nebraska, Lincoln
Prairie View A&M University
Vanderbilt University

Four teams (Nebraska-Lincoln, McKendree, Sam Houston State & Vanderbilt) will be placed into the bracket, with the remaining eight teams competing in opening- round matches to finalize the championship bracket. Opening-round matches are as follows:

Date Match Venue/Location Host Institution
April 5 Stephen F. Austin vs Prairie View A&M Emerald Bowl - Houston, Texas Prairie View A&M
April 6 Maryland Eastern Shore vs Bowie State
Sacred Heart vs Caldwell
Millsboro Lanes - Millsboro, Delaware Maryland Eastern Shore
April 9 Arkansas State vs Medaille RollHouse Wickliffe -Wickliffe, Ohio Mid-America Conference


The championship matches will be played April 11-13 at RollHouse Wickliffe in Wickliffe, Ohio. The Mid-American Conference and the Greater Cleveland Sports Commission are the hosts. Tickets for the championship can be purchased on www.NCAA.com prior to the championship.

The championship bracket will be a double-elimination, with each round consisting of a best-of-three match that includes the use of three team game formats- baker total pin fall, five- person team match and a best-of-seven baker match play. The champion will be determined using a best-of-seven baker match play. The championship final will air at 6:30 p.m. Eastern Time, Saturday, April 13 on ESPNU.

Vanderbilt University won the 2018 National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship at Tropicana Lanes in St. Louis, Missouri defeating McKendree University.

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