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2012 NCAA Bowling Championship

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Dates  April 13–14, 2012
Matches played  14
Teams  8
Attendance  938 (67 per match)
2012 NCAA Bowling Championship
Champions  Maryland Eastern Shore (3rd title)
Runners-up  Fairleigh Dickinson (3rd title match)

The 2012 NCAA Bowling Championship was the ninth annual tournament to determine the national champion of women's NCAA collegiate ten-pin bowling. The tournament was played at Freeway Lanes in Wickliffe, Ohio from April 13–14, 2012.


Maryland Eastern Shore defeated Fairleigh Dickinson in the championship match, 4 games to 2 (222–204, 236–215, 167–249, 208–168, 170–223, 203–176), to win their third, and second consecutive, national title. The Hawks were coached by Kristina Frahm, who also the Most Outstanding Player of UMES' 2011 championship team.

Maryland Eastern Shore's T'nia Falbo was named the tournament's Most Outstanding Player. Falbo, along with four other bowlers, also comprised the All Tournament Team.


Since there is only one national collegiate championship for women's bowling, all NCAA bowling programs (whether from Division I, Division II, or Division III) were eligible. A total of 8 teams were invited to contest this championship, which consisted of a modified double-elimination style tournament.

Tournament bracket

  • Site: Freeway Lanes, Wickliffe, Ohio
  • Host: Mid-American Conference
  • All-tournament team

  • T'nia Falbo, Maryland Eastern Shore (Most Outstanding Player)
  • Joely Carrillo, Fairleigh Dickinson
  • Natalie Cortese, Valparaiso
  • Kayla Johnson, Nebraska
  • Amanda LaBossiere, Arkansas State
  • References

    2012 NCAA Bowling Championship Wikipedia

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