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#2423 - 02/23/05 03:55 PM Kansas Bowlers Sent To Chattanooga ***
MikeJHawk Offline
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Registered: 03/30/03
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February 23, 2005

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Defending champs Kansas and Pikeville slotted for Chattanooga

GREENDALE, Wis. - Defending national champions, the University of
Kansas men and Pikeville College women, highlight the 2005
Intercollegiate Bowling Championships Sectional Qualifier field
announced Wednesday by the United States Bowling Congress Collegiate

Kansas and Pikeville, which both claimed their first IBC titles last
April, each will begin their quests to repeat in the
Chattanooga, Tenn.,
Sectional. Central Florida, ranked No. 1 in the Bowling Writers
Association of America men's poll, will compete in the Allentown, Pa.,
Sectional, while the top-ranked Wichita State women are assigned to the
Fairview Heights, Ill., Sectional.

The four Sectional Qualifiers will be held March 19-20 at Holiday Bowl
Brainerd in Chattanooga, AMF Parkway in Allentown, St. Clair Bowl in
Fairview Heights and AMF Oakridge in San Jose, Calif. The top four in
each division at each sectional advance to the 2005 Intercollegiate
Bowling Championships, a USBC Event, scheduled for April 20-23 in
Rockford, Ill.

The 2005 IBC Sectional Qualifier field is as follows:

Allentown Sectional
Briarcliffe, Central Florida, College of New Jersey, Erie CC, Hudson
Valley CC, Kent State, Morehead State, Penn State, Penn
State-Berks/Lehigh, Rochester Tech, Sacred Heart, St. John's (N.Y.),
St. Peters, SUNY-Tech, Western New England, William Paterson

Chattanooga Sectional
Ball State, Central Missouri State, Cincinnati, Florida, Florida State,
Illinois, Kansas, Maryland-Baltimore County, McKendree, Purdue,
Pikeville, Saginaw Valley State, South Florida, Toledo, Vincennes,
Virginia Tech

Fairview Heights Sectional
Ferris State, Grand Valley State, Indiana, Lindenwood, Michigan State,
Nebraska, Nebraska-Omaha, Northern Illinois, Rock Valley, St. Cloud
State, Western Illinois, Wichita State, Winona State, Wisconsin,
Wisconsin-La Crosse, Wisconsin-Whitewater

San Jose Sectional
Arizona State, California-Davis, Cal State-Fullerton, Central
Washington, Fresno State, Houston, Louisiana-Lafayette, Missouri
Baptist, Newman, North Texas, San Jose State, Texas Tech, UNLV, Weber
State, Washington State, West Texas A&M

Allentown Sectional
Briarcliffe, Central Florida, Delaware State, Erie CC, Holy Family,
Hudson Valley CC, Kent State, Michigan, Morehead State, New Jersey City,
Penn State, Sacred Heart, St. Peter's, Schenectady County, SUNY-Tech,
Westchester CC

Chattanooga Sectional
Ball State, Florida, Florida A&M, Florida State, Illinois, Illinois
State, Kansas, McKendree, Ohio Dominican, Pikeville, Purdue, South
Florida, Virginia Tech, Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Fairview Heights Sectional
Indiana, Lindenwood, Maryland-Eastern Shore, Michigan State, Minnesota
State-Mankato, Northern Illinois, Nebraska-Omaha, Rock Valley, St. Cloud
State, Western Illinois, Wichita State, Winona State, Wisconsin,
Wisconsin-La Crosse, Wisconsin-Platteville, Wisconsin-Whitewater

San Jose Sectional
Arkansas-Pine Bluff, California-Davis, Fairleigh Dickinson, Fresno
State, Grambling, Houston, Louisiana-Lafayette, Mesa CC, Missouri
Baptist, Nebraska, Newman, North Texas, Southwest Missouri State,
Washington State, Weber State, West Texas A&M

Sectional assignments are based on the Team Ranking System points earned in USBC Collegiate-sanctioned competition throughout the season.
Sectional Qualifier assignments are made to balance the field strength
with no more than four of the top 16 ranked teams based on the final TRS
standings in each. Sectional Qualifier fields are determined by taking
geographic distance, economics and field size into consideration.

The sectionals will consist of 32 Baker System games each day for a
total of 64 Baker games. The top four teams based on total pinfall in
each division following the completion of competition at each sectional
will advance to the 2005 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships.

In addition, these four locations also will host qualifying for the
2005 Collegiate Singles Championships on March 18. All participants will
bowl six games with total pinfall determining final standings. The top
four finishers in each division (men and women) at each IBC Sectional
Qualifier advance to the Collegiate Singles Championships in May at
Olympic Lanes in Milwaukee.

For more information, visit or call (800) 514-BOWL,
ext. 3402.

USBC Collegiate
The United States Bowling Congress Collegiate program (formerly College
Bowling USA) maintains the eligibility and integrity of intercollegiate
bowling while providing sanctioning, certification and regulation of
varsity bowling at the collegiate level. USBC Collegiate also provides
assistance and leadership in implementing bowling programs, securing the
opportunity for student-athletes to compete in the sport and achieve
athletic and academic excellence.

USBC officially launched Jan. 1, 2005, as an organization serving more
than three million adult and youth bowlers in the United States. It
resulted from the merger of the American Bowling Congress, Women's
International Bowling Congress, Young American Bowling Alliance and USA

Bowl with US!
The KU Bowling Team
2004 Men's Intercollegiate Bowling Champions

#2424 - 02/25/05 10:43 PM Re: Kansas Bowlers Sent To Chattanooga [Re: MikeJHawk]
KUBowler99 Offline
Carries 15lb balls

Registered: 10/16/02
Loc: Jaybowl, Lane 13
Well, Mike, so much for me seeing the guys bowl sectionals...