Oct. 26, 2009

 

NCAA Release

INDIANAPOLIS – The NCAA Women’s Bowling Committee has selected Detroit, Mich., as the host site for the 2011 NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship.

The 2011 bowling championship, hosted by the University of Detroit Mercy, will be a double-elimination event featuring the top eight teams from NCAA institutions where women’s bowling is offered as a varsity sport. The championship will take place April 14-16 at Skore Lanes in Taylor, Mich.

“The University of Detroit Mercy is committed to making the 2011 NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship a tremendous success for the participating student-athletes and the local community,” said Keri Gaither, athletic director for the University of Detroit Mercy.

The 2010 NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship, hosted by New Jersey City University, will be held in North Brunswick, N.J., at the Brunswick Zone Carolier Lanes, April 8-10.

For more information on the NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship, log on to NCAA.com.