U.S. College Men’s Bowling Scholarships

Interested in competing in U.S. College Bowling?

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What to expect when competing in U.S. college bowling:

Fall Semester:
  • Bowling is a winter sport, played throughout the middle of the U.S. school year.
  • Tournaments are usually played between late-October and mid-March.
  • Players may have practice or games scheduled during winter break, as the season is played across two semesters.
  • You can expect approximately 10 tournaments in an average season.
Spring Semester:
  • The off-season for college bowling is between the end of the spring semester and the beginning of the fall semester.
  • You can expect to practice a maximum of 8 hours a week during the off-season, and up to 20 hours a week during the competitive season.
  • In addition to skill training, weight lifting and conditioning may be required in preparation for the start of the new season.

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Men’s Bowling programs all over the U.S. participate under all governing bodies and divisions.

NCAA – National Collegiate Athletic Association

The NCAA endorses two divisions of men’s collegiate bowling.

Division II
  • Currently sponsor 4 men’s bowling programs
  • Financial aid is available but is not considered bowling scholarship
Division III
  • Currently sponsor 3 men’s bowling programs
  • Financial aid is available but is not considered bowling scholarship
NAIA – National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics

The NAIA endorses one division of men’s collegiate bowling.

  • Currently sponsor 41 men’s bowling programs
  • Financial aid is available but is not considered bowling scholarship
NJCAA – National Junior College Athletic Association

The NJCAA endorses one division of men’s collegiate bowling.

  • Currently sponsor 24 men’s bowling programs 
  • 12 full bowling scholarships available per men’s college bowling team

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