Titles determined at 2022 Intercollegiate-Team-and-Singles-Championships


By Emil Williams Jr.

ADDISON, Ill. – The Wisconsin-Whitewater men and Stephen F. Austin women captured team championships, and William Paterson’s Brandon Vallone and Stephen F. Austin’s Chloe Skurzynski claimed singles titles at the 2022 Intercollegiate Team and Singles Championships at Stardust Bowl.

The championship rounds in the men’s and women’s divisions in each event were taped for broadcast Saturday and will air on Tuesdays in April and May on CBS Sports Network.

The women’s ISC finals will air April 26 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern, with the men’s ISC show airing May 3 at 8 p.m. Eastern. The men’s ITC finals will be May 10 at 8 p.m. Eastern, and the excitement will conclude with the women’s ITC title match May 17 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern.

In the men’s team final, Wisconsin-Whitewater trailed Wichita State in the best-of-five Baker final, 0-2, and for a moment, it looked like the Hollywood script would not be greenlighted as head coach Shawn Wochner was retiring after the match.

But, needing a mark to stave off elimination, Wisconsin-Whitewater senior Donovan Thomas followed his three teammates and struck on his first shot in the 10th frame to win Game 3 (223-192). This began the rally for the Warhawks, in which they won Game 4 (182-168) to force the deciding fifth game.

With the momentum in their favor, the resilient Warhawks built a lead with three strikes in their first four frames as the intrigue continued to build, with Wichita State struggling late in the match.

The Shockers, who were looking to repeat as champions at the ITC, had three opens in the first six frames. This allowed Wisconsin-Whitewater to fill frames until the ninth, when the Warhawks tossed a strike to lock up the game (204-161) and a 3-2 win to claim the program’s first Helmer Cup.

Wochner, who had announced his retirement from coaching in previous months, finally broke through as the Wisconsin-Whitewater head coach after a couple of third-place finishes in recent years. He’s now in rare company as a winner of the ITC as both a player (Western Illinois in 2001) and coach.

The bleachers were filled with current and former Warhawk alumni, as well as Wochner’s family and friends from the Quad Cities. It’s a moment Wochner or the team will never forget.

“This means everything,” Wochner said. “We had alumni here. The two alumni who suggested I come to Whitewater (Kiefer Sullivan and Mike Dolan) were here. It validates all the time these guys have put in. It’s all the frustrations. It’s all the thrills of victory and the agony of defeats. The guys came together. We were able to control what we can control and stay in the moment. It’s something that will live with these guys for the rest of their lives. It was a total team effort.”

Thomas, who was named the men’s Most Valuable Player of the ITC, stepped up and performed in clutch moments throughout the tournament, and it did not stop in the finals. He’s someone the team trusts in the anchor position not only for his striking abilities, but for his leadership and understanding of the game.

“It feels amazing,” Thomas said. “Getting to TV was an amazing feeling, but now that we’ve won, it’s definitely the best feeling in bowling. Becoming a leader definitely came over time. I’ve been a team captain for the last two years, and it’s just gaining the trust of everybody, and having a lot of knowledge in the sport helps, too, because I can help in any aspect they want. The way I see the lanes is super analytical, and I can help with other players moves and work with coach in that aspect.”

The 2022 championship team for Wisconsin-Whitewater featured Thomas, Drake Bazzy, Maguire Hansche, Garrett Meadows, Mason Peterson, Ty Peterson, Quinn Sheehy and Brett Beuthin.

Joining Thomas on the men’s all-tournament team was Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah’s Alex Glinski, Emmanuel’s David Hooper, Wichita State’s Alec Keplinger and Indiana Tech’s Marcus McClain.


The Chris Stoehr Sportsmanship award went to Michael Nape Jr. of St. Francis-Illinois.

In the women’s title match, two-time NCAA champion Stephen F. Austin started Game 1 with four strikes in their first five frames, while Wichita State began with three consecutive opens.

The Shockers, who entered the 2022 event as the defending champion in the women’s field, were able to right the ship down the stretch and forced Stephen F. Austin senior Carlene Beyer to mark in the 10th frame. Beyer was able to seal a Game 1 win, 193-182.

In Game 2, the Ladyjacks tossed eight strikes to defeat the Shockers, 240-159.

In Game 3, Wichita State came out aggressive with four straight strikes but followed with three consecutive open frames, including two splits. Stephen F. Austin saw their first double appear in the fifth and sixth frames, but perhaps the moment of the match came in the seventh frame, when right-hander Katie Heady left a 1-2-4-10 washout. She was subbed out for left-hander Megan George, who converted the spare and sent the team and its fans into a frenzy.

The Shockers had a chance to shut out Stephen F. Austin in the 10th frame, but a split from senior Addie Herzberg left the Ladyjacks with a chance to win the game and the title.

Needing a mark, Beyer left a 6-10 on her first shot and converted the spare to give the Ladyjacks their first ITC title in program history. The final score was 196-188.

In the month of April, the team has bowled in 11 matches across two national championship competitions and have lost just one match during that span, which was last week’s NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship to McKendree.

“I think all of the things we have been preaching since Day 1 have come together at the same time and the right time,” said Stephen F. Austin head coach Amber Lemke. “We are not a team that typically does very well in the fall. We struggle to find our way during that time, and as we find our way, things to start to click for the players and propels everyone to be better. We tell them ‘we’re doing all of this hard work to be ready for March and April,’ and once they see it pay off, it takes them to another level, and that’s what you’re seeing.”

Beyer, who was named the women’s Most Valuable Player, has been on a roll in April during Stephen F. Austin’s run. She brought her striking ways to Stardust Bowl and now is a two-time national champion, after winning the 2019 NCAA title as a freshman.

“To me, this means so much, because we had a little experience last weekend bowling McKendree and getting swept,” Beyer said. “This weekend, we kept telling ourselves ‘go out, be fun, be loose and just throw the ball down the lane and whatever happens, happens.’ It’s really something special. We had each other’s backs, and we showed it again on the show.”

The 2022 championship team for Stephen F. Austin featured Beyer, her sister, Brystal Beyer, Crystal George, Megan George, Katie Heady, Isabel Hughes, Hana Roers and Chloe Skurzynski.

Joining Beyer on the all-tournament team were Herzberg, Sam Houston State’s Denise Blakenzee, Pikeville’s Kristina Catoe and Mount St. Mary’s Rebecca Dodson.

The Chris Stoehr Sportsmanship award went to Mount St. Mary’s Tamera Stanton.

In the men’s singles title tilt, Vallone beat St. Ambrose’s Nate Stubler, 184-158, to win the ISC crown.

The title match began with both players producing open frames, but Stubler was the first to double in the third and fourth. Stubler found trouble later in the match, though, leaving back-to-back splits in the sixth and seventh frames.

After the initial open, Vallone traded strikes and spares until the fifth frame, when an untimely split left him facing a 19-pin deficit. Following Stubler’s troubles, Vallone took the lead in the seventh frame, and a key ball change helped him lock up the match with a strike in the ninth.

“It’s an incredible feeling,” Vallone said. “I haven’t experienced anything like this before in my life. I made a ball change a few frames before and I trusted it. I knew what I was doing. I gave myself the best chance to mark and I did. Having my team behind me and supporting me helped me settle in.”

Vallone’s first year of college bowling has been life-changing, especially with the time he has spent with his William Paterson teammates. He is one of the hardest workers on the team, and both his coach and teammates couldn’t be prouder.

“He’s one of the hardest working bowlers I’ve ever coached,” said William Paterson head coach Greg Hatzisavvas. “He’s super dedicated. He practices. He’s focused at practice. He pays attention. He asks questions. And, when he’s not bowling team practices, he supplements with tournaments on the weekends. He’s earned this.”

Vallone defeated Calumet’s Daniel Chin, 201-174, in the opening semifinal match. Both players didn’t look comfortable through the first five frames, but Vallone was able to remain clean and put together strikes in frames six, seven and eight to secure the victory. Chin was looking to follow in the footsteps of teammate Pete Vergos, who won the men’s title in 2021.

Stubler advanced to the final by defeating Oklahoma Christian freshman CJ Petrin, 217-183. Petrin found an early double to start the match but followed with two consecutive opens, while Stubler stayed clean early and followed with five straight strikes to advance.

In the women’s final, Skurzynski, who has been nursing a back injury during the previous three weeks, began the title match against Duquesne’s Olivia Farwell with strikes in three out of the first four frames, but she left the 4-6-7-10 split on the right lane in the fifth frame to momentarily pause her momentum.

Meanwhile, Farwell, the 2022 National Tenpin Coaches Association Division I Player of the Year, was clean through the first five frames until she left a 4-6-7-10 of her own in the sixth. Skurzynski seized the moment and followed with a double to take the lead, which she never relinquished. Needing a mark to win and finishing on the left lane, Skurzynski tossed a strike to claim the singles crown.

In total, she tossed a total of 10 strikes in 13 chances on the left lane across two matches.

“I bowled against Liv for years in Pennsylvania,” Skurzynski said. “We’ve been bowling since we were 15 years old through high school and now in college. So, it was somewhat comforting bowling against her in the match, but with the injury, I wasn’t sure what was going to happen. I still don’t know what it is, except it started three weeks ago at the NCAA Arlington Regional.

“It was really bad after ISC qualifying. I actually didn’t bowl during the first day (Thursday) of team event, and I threw one fill shot the next day. When I practiced this morning, every shot hurt so I said, ‘it’s going to hurt regardless, so I might as well throw it as best as I can, since the season is over.’”

Skurzynski has had quite the run in 2022. It began in January, when she won the U.S. National Amateur Bowling Championships to earn a spot on Team USA.

“I’m just somebody who likes to go for the moment in the moment,” Skurzynski said. “But, when you start saying the accomplishments together, and looking back on it, it’s a lot. Honestly, I haven’t had a lot of confidence in my game lately, especially when my back started flaring up. I was probably 75% today. I’m incredibly grateful for the Team USA opportunity, the amateur title, the opportunity to compete at the ISC and the title, and the ITC win with the girls. I honestly didn’t even know if I’d be bowling because of my back. It’s crazy.”

In the first women’s semifinal, a ball change following two open frames was key for Skurzynski, who tossed six out of the last seven strikes to defeat Duquesne’s Kiearra Saldi, 205-164. Saldi was looking to battle her teammate, Farwell, in the finals.

In the other semifinal, Farwell defeated Vanderbilt’s Mabel Cummins, 213-191. Farwell tossed five strikes in the first seven frames, while Cummins, who controlled the pocket and was clean with no open frames, was never able to find a double in the match.

All qualifying and match-play rounds held prior to the televised finals were broadcast on BowlTV.com.

Teams and individuals competing at Stardust Bowl this week earned their spots at the ITC and ISC through four sectional qualifiers held throughout the country in March.

For more information on the Intercollegiate Team Championships, visit BOWL.com/ITC. To learn more about the Intercollegiate Singles Championships, visit BOWL.com/ISC.



At Stardust Bowl, Addison, Ill.

Saturday’s Results


Men’s Championship

Wisconsin-Whitewater def. Wichita State, 3-2 (211-213, 138-203, 223-192, 182-168, 204-161).


Women’s Championship

Stephen F. Austin def. Wichita State, 3-0 (193-182, 240-159, 196-188).



At Stardust Bowl, Addison, Ill.

Saturday’s Results


Men’s Semifinals

Brandon Vallone, William Paterson def. Daniel Chin, Calumet, 201-174.

Nathan Stubler, St. Ambrose def. CJ Petrin, Oklahoma Christian, 217-183.


Men’s Final

Vallone def. Stubler, 184-158.

Women’s Semifinals

Chloe Skurzynski, Stephen F. Austin def. Kiearra Saldi, Duquesne, 205-164.
Oliva Farwell, Duquesne def. Mabel Cummins, Vanderbilt, 213-191.

Women’s Final

Skurzynski def. Farwell, 202-167.


By Emil Williams Jr.

ADDISON, Ill. – The Wichita State men and women will have the chance to defend their titles at the 2022 Intercollegiate Team Championships at Stardust Bowl.

In the men’s title match, the Shockers will face Wisconsin-Whitewater, while the women will face Stephen F. Austin in their quests to repeat as champions.

Both title matches will be taped Saturday and air on Tuesdays in May on CBS Sports Network. The men’s ITC show will air May 10 at 8 p.m. Eastern, while the women’s ITC final will air May 17 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern.

The title matches will be best-of-five Baker matches.

The Wichita State men went undefeated in match play Thursday and Friday to advance to the finals. The Shockers dispatched William Penn, 4-2, to make their second consecutive trip to the finals and 23rd trip overall to the title tilt. A win on Saturday would be the 13th national championship for the men’s program.


Alec Keplinger, the 2022 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association Most Valuable Player, said the two experiences are a little different, because they had more fan support in the crowd this year, which increased the team’s energy levels. But, at the end of the day, the Shockers did what they had to do.

“This makes it all worth it,” Keplinger said. “We came here. We did what we were supposed to do, and now we’re back on the show to defend our title.”

Wichita State men’s coach Rick Steelsmith helped Wichita State to an ITC title in 1987 and is one of the rare coaches who has won in both roles. He took over for the legendary Gordon Vadakin during the 2019-2020 season and has seen immediate results, and he knows exactly what the players are feeling.

“It’s been a ton of fun,” Steelsmith said. “It kind of brings me back to my college days a little bit, which in my mind was the most fun bowling I’ve ever done in my life. It’s been fun to kind of rekindle that. Thirty-five years ago, I was them. So, I kind of know where they’re at, what they’re wanting, what their goals are and what their dreams are. I know how bad I wanted it back then, so I try to do what I can to help them achieve what they want to achieve.”

Wisconsin-Whitewater needed all seven games to make their dreams a reality after defeating Indiana Tech to make their first career appearance in the finals of the ITC.

The Warhawks lost to Indiana Tech in Round 5 to head to the Elimination Bracket, but after a 4-2 win over McKendree, they again met Indiana Tech in the semifinals. Wisconsin-Whitewater needed to defeat the Warriors in two consecutive matches to advance.

After winning the match in Round 7 against Indiana Tech, 4-2, the veteran Wisconsin-Whitewater squad jumped out to a 3-0 lead in Round 8. The young Indiana Tech team battled back to tie the match at 3-3.

After Wisconsin-Whitewater’s Donovan Thomas struck on his first shot in the 10th frame, Indiana Tech’s Marcus McClain needed to strike to give Indiana Tech a chance to win. McClain left a 10 pin on his first shot to give the Warhawks the victory.

Wisconsin-Whitewater would like to send their head coach out in grand fashion. Shawn Wochner, who has coached the Warhawks for 12 seasons, will coach his final match Saturday and was finally able to put the pieces together for a magical run.

“It’s been all about the guys,” said Wochner, who, as a player, helped Western Illinois to the 2001 ITC title. “I’ve always wanted a team that I coached to have the same experience that I had as a player. It’s something that lives with you forever. Our Western (Illinois) guys still get together every summer 20-plus years later, and all I’ve ever wanted was a team to have that feeling of success and completion.”

Thomas echoed those sentiments.

“It’s an amazing feeling knowing all the hard work you put in throughout the year is finally coming together and the team is competing for a national championship,” said Thomas, a senior. “This is probably the best feeling I’ve ever had in bowling for sure.”

In the women’s division, Wichita State needed the extra match to advance to the finals after Sam Houston State knocked off the Shockers, 4-2, in Round 7. With everything on the line, Wichita State remained calm and trusted their championship instincts gained from a season ago to prevail in Round 8, 4-2. The program will look for its 11th national title for the women’s program on Saturday.

Senior Addie Herzberg knows the team is confident and has a good chance of repeating.

“I’m over the moon,” Herzberg said. “I feel very powerful. Our team is so confident in who we are. We know we can do it, which just brings us more confidence. It doesn’t feel like there is a target on our back because we won last year, because we know we can do it. We’re champions. So, we’re going to go into it knowing that if we do what we need to do, we’ll become champions again.”

Similar to Steelsmith, Wichita State’s Holly Harris took over for longtime women’s coach Mark Lewis at the start of the 2019-2020 season. For Harris, this return trip is more about the players and their triumphs over adversity during the season.

“I’m just so proud of them,” Harris said. “It’s been a challenging year and things haven’t always fallen our way, but to persevere through all of that and get here and really come together is special. To watch them work together during the last two days has been so special. I’m thrilled. I’m not a mom, but if I had to imagine what a proud mom feels like, I think that’s how I feel.”

Stephen F. Austin remained undefeated throughout the event after defeating Pikeville, 4-2, on Friday night to advance to the finals. The month of April has been special for the Ladyjacks, after winning the NCAA Arlington Regional to advance to the final four of the NCAA Women’s Bowling Championship. The squad parlayed that into a runner-up finish in the title match against McKendree.

Now, the two-time NCAA champions will make a run at their first ITC title. It’s a close-knit group, led by senior Carlene Beyer.

“This team means everything to me,” Beyer said. “We’re a family. Today proved that we have each other’s back, and no matter what happens, we’re there for each other. This is the first time SFA has ever made an ITC TV show, and getting this one would mean so much. We can do this. I have so much faith in us.”

Coach Amber Lemke’s squad has improved as the season has gone on, and despite the loss in the NCAA finals, she and husband/assistant coach Steve Lemke made sure their players understood the gains they’ve made and how proud they are of them.

“I think making two national championship shows in one year is pretty awesome,” Lemke said. “We were asked if any of us watched the show (NCAA) last week, and the resounding response was no, because we aren’t ready. But, we (Steve and I) did tell them how extremely proud we were of them for being in that position. I think we took what we learned and applied it when we got here. We’re performing at a high level right now, and we just made sure they knew that one loss doesn’t define us as a team. We reset, started over and we’re after another one.”

The 2022 event kicked off Thursday, with a 24-game Baker block determining seeding for the bracket for the top 16 men’s and 16 women’s teams in the country. The opening rounds of match play took place Thursday, with all teams returning Friday to Stardust Bowl.

Teams qualified for the ITC through four sectional qualifiers held throughout the country in April. Teams had to place in the top four in their respective sectional to advance.

For more information on the Intercollegiate Team Championships, visit BOWL.com/ITC.


At Stardust Bowl, Addison, Ill.

Friday’s Results



Double-elimination, best-of-seven Baker format

(Losers eliminated)
Mount Mercy def. Tennessee Southern, 4-2.
St. Ambrose def. William Paterson, 4-2.
William Penn def. Midland, 4-3.
St. Francis-Illinois def. Oklahoma Christian, 4-3.

(Losers eliminated)
McKendree def. Mount Mercy, 4-2.
Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah def. St. Ambrose, 4-2.
William Penn def. Lindenwood, 4-2.
Webber International def. St. Francis-Illinois, 4-2.

(Winners remain in Winners Bracket. Losers move to Elimination Bracket).
Indiana Tech def. Wisconsin-Whitewater, 4-2.
Wichita State def. Emmanuel, 4-3.

(Losers eliminated)
McKendree def. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 4-1.
William Penn def. Webber International, 4-0.

(Losers eliminated)

Wisconsin-Whitewater def. McKendree, 4-2.
William Penn def. Emmanuel, 4-2.

(If undefeated team wins, they advance to finals and loser is eliminated. If undefeated team loses, both teams move to Round 8).
Wisconsin-Whitewater def. Indiana Tech, 4-2.
Wichita State def. William Penn, 4-2 (William Penn eliminated).

(Winner advances to finals. Loser is eliminated).

Wisconsin-Whitewater def. Indiana Tech, 4-3.


Wisconsin-Whitewater vs. Wichita State


Double-elimination, best-of-seven Baker format

(Losers eliminated)
McKendree def. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 4-0.
Mount St. Mary’s def. Duquesne, 4-3.
Lawrence Tech def. Tulane, 4-3.
Maryville def. Louisiana Tech, 4-2.

(Losers eliminated)
McKendree def. Saint Xavier, 4-2.
Mount St. Mary’s def. Delaware State, 4-2.
Mount Mercy def. Lawrence Tech, 4-1.
Sam Houston State def. Maryville, 4-1.

(Winners remain in Winners Bracket. Losers move to Elimination Bracket).
Stephen F. Austin def. Pikeville, 4-1.
Wichita State def. St. Francis-Illinois, 4-3.

(Losers eliminated)
Mount St. Mary’s def. McKendree, 4-0.
Sam Houston State def. Mount Mercy, 4-2.

(Losers eliminated)

Pikeville def. Mount St. Mary’s, 4-3.
Sam Houston State def. St. Francis-Illinois, 4-3.

(If undefeated team wins, they advance to finals and loser is eliminated. If undefeated team loses, both teams move to Round 8).
Stephen F. Austin def. Pikeville, 4-2 (Pikeville eliminated).
Sam Houston State def. Wichita State, 4-2.

(Winner advances to finals. Loser is eliminated).

Wichita State def. Sam Houston State, 4-2.


Stephen F. Austin vs. Wichita State


By Emil Williams Jr.

ADDISON, Ill. – The 2022 Intercollegiate Team Championships got underway Thursday, and the defending champions in each division will join six additional undefeated teams Friday at Stardust Bowl.

The pinnacle event of the 2022 United States Bowling Congress Collegiate season features the top 16 men’s and women’s bowling programs from across the country.

All teams bowled 24 Baker games Thursday to determine seeding for the double-elimination bracket, which features best-of-seven Baker matches leading into the finals.

The finals, which will be taped Saturday, will air on Tuesdays in May on CBS Sports Network. The men’s ITC show will air May 10 at 8 p.m. Eastern, while the women’s ITC final will air May 17 at 6:30 p.m. Eastern.

Leading the men’s division in qualifying was Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah with a 5,125 total, a 213.54 average. They were followed by Emmanuel (4,965), Wichita State (4,953), Indiana Tech (4,883) and St. Ambrose (4,878).

Wichita State began its quest for back-to-back titles and a 13th national championship with a 4-2 victory over No. 14 Oklahoma Christian. The Shockers, who return five players from last year’s squad, then defeated No. 6 Lindenwood, 4-2, in Round 2 to set up a quarterfinal match with Emmanuel.

Emmanuel needed seven games to defeat No. 15 Midland in Round 1, 4-3, before knocking off No. 7 Webber International in the second round, 4-2.

On the other side of the men’s bracket, Indiana Tech advanced to the quarterfinals by defeating No. 13 William Paterson (4-1) and No. 12 McKendree (4-1).

They will face No. 8 Wisconsin-Whitewater, who rolled past No. 9 Mount Mercy, 4-1, in the opening round and then went the distance with SCAD-Savannah (4-3) to advance.

Pacing the women’s qualifying field was 2022 NCAA champion McKendree (4,874), followed by Wichita State (4,768), Maryville (4,730), Mount St. Mary’s (4,724) and Stephen F. Austin (4,701).

Wichita State, the defending women’s champion, opened match play with a 4.5-0.5 victory over No. 15 Tulane. Their strong start continued in Round 2, where they met No. 10 Sam Houston State and moved past the Bearkats in five games, 4-1.

The Shockers return four players from last year’s championship team as they attempt to repeat. It would be the 11th title in the history of the women’s program. They will face No. 6 St. Francis-Illinois, who got past No. 11 Louisiana Tech (4-1) and No. 14 Mount Mercy (4-3).

Stephen F. Austin, the 2022 NCAA runner-up, advanced in the winners bracket with wins over No. 12 Duquesne (4-2) and No. 13 Saint Xavier (4-1). The Ladyjacks will face No. 8 Pikeville in their next match Friday.

Pikeville swept No. 9 SCAD-Savannah in Round 1 and overcame a resilient Delaware State squad in the second round (4-3) to remain undefeated. Delaware State, the No. 16 seed, knocked off McKendree in the opening round, 4-1.

Competition at Stardust Bowl resumes at 8:45 a.m. Eastern on Friday with elimination matches. Another round of elimination matches will follow at 10:45 a.m. Eastern. Winners bracket matches will resume at 2 p.m. Eastern.

Match play will continue Friday until the teams for Saturday’s title matches are determined.

Teams earned their way into the ITC field in March by finishing in the top four at one of four sectional events held throughout the country.

BowlTV.com has live coverage of all qualifying and match-play rounds of the Intercollegiate Team Championships leading up to the televised finals.


Visit BOWL.com/ITC for more information on the Intercollegiate Team Championships.


At Stardust Bowl, Addison, Ill.

Thursday’s Results




(24 Baker games)

1. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 5,125.
2. Emmanuel, 4,965.

3. Wichita State, 4,953.

4. Indiana Tech, 4,883.

5. St. Ambrose, 4,878.

6. Lindenwood, 4,865.

7. Webber International, 4,864.

8. Wisconsin-Whitewater, 4,851.

9. Mount Mercy, 4,835.

10. William Penn, 4,794.

11. St. Francis-Illinois, 4,783.

12. McKendree, 4,782.

13. William Paterson, 4,673.

14. Oklahoma Christian, 4,580.

15. Midland, 4,576.

16. Tennessee Southern, 4,573.

Double-elimination, best-of-seven Baker format

(Winners remain in Winners Bracket. Losers move to Elimination Bracket).

Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah def. Tennessee Southern, 4-3.

Wisconsin-Whitewater def. Mount Mercy, 4-1.

McKendree def. St. Ambrose, 4-2.

Indiana Tech def. William Paterson, 4-1.

Emmanuel def. Midland, 4-3.
Webber International def. William Penn, 4-3.
Lindenwood def. St. Francis-Illinois, 4-0.
Wichita State def. Oklahoma Christian, 4-2.


Wisconsin-Whitewater def. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 4-3.

Indiana Tech def. McKendree, 4-1.

Emmanuel def. Webber International, 4-2.

Wichita State def. Lindenwood, 4-2.




(24 Baker games)

1. McKendree, 4,874.

2. Wichita State, 4,768.

3. Maryville, 4,730.

4. Mount St. Mary’s, 4,724.

5. Stephen F. Austin, 4,701.

6. St. Francis-Illinois, 4,698.

7. Lawrence Tech, 4,674.

8. Pikeville, 4,672.

9. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 4,659.

10. Sam Houston State, 4,621.

11. Louisiana Tech, 4,601.

12. Duquesne, 4,594.

13. Saint Xavier, 4,464.

14. Mount Mercy, 4,448.

15. Tulane, 4,432.

16. Delaware State, 4,398.


Double-elimination, best-of-seven Baker format

(Winners remain in Winners Bracket. Losers move to Elimination Bracket).
Delaware State def. McKendree, 4-1.

Pikeville def. Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 4-0.

Stephen F. Austin def. Duquesne, 4-2.
Saint Xavier def. Mount St. Mary’s, 4-2.

Wichita State def. Tulane, 4.5-0.5.
Sam Houston State def. Lawrence Tech, 4-3.
St. Francis-Illinois def. Louisiana Tech, 4-1.
Mount Mercy def. Maryville, 4-3.

Pikeville def. Delaware State, 4-3.

Stephen F. Austin def. Saint Xavier, 4-1.

Wichita State def. Sam Houston State, 4-1.

St. Francis-Illinois def. Mount Mercy, 4-3.

About International Bowling Campus
The International Bowling Campus (IBC) is the headquarters for the bowling industry and directly serves the more than 67 million bowlers in the United States. The IBC houses the resources of the United States Bowling Congress, the governing body and membership organization for the sport; the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America, representing the business interests of bowling centers; IBC Youth Development; Strike Ten Entertainment, the marketing arm for the industry; the International Bowling Museum and Hall of Fame; the International Bowling Pro Shop and Instructors Association; the International Bowling Media Association; the Bowling News Network; the Billiard and Bowling Institute of America; Bowlers Journal International and Bowling Center Management, the industry’s premier magazines; and the International Training and Research Center.