The NCAA Bowling Championship is a sanctioned women's championship in college athletics. Unlike other NCAA sports, only one championship is held each season with teams from Division I, Division II, and Division III competing together. It was first held in April of 2004. The collegiate bowling season runs during the winter, and the championship is typically held each April. Currently, the format consists of 8 teams playing in a double elimination-style tournament.
The current champions are the University of Nebraska with 4 titles; they are also the reigning national champions having defeated the Vanderbilt University in the 2013 championship held at Super Bowl Lanes in Canton, Michigan. The second most successful team are the University of Maryland - Eastern Shore with 3 titles.
A bowling scholarship can cover many, sometimes all, of the costs associated with earning a university degree. In return, the student-athlete will represent the university in their respective sport and maintain a good level of academic performance
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