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The UA bowling club is focused on improving our skills in the sport of bowling, while having fun along the way. We regularly compete in collegiate tournaments, and bring new bowlers into the game.

How to Get Involved:  We are open to recreational and competitive bowlers. You do not need previous experience to join although it is preferred if you wish to compete in tournaments. To join, you can come to our beginning of the year interest meeting or one of our practices and pay dues. We have a recreational and competitive option. The recreational dues are $150 and competitive dues are $200 per semester. The recreational option gives you the ability to practice and learn the sport. The competitive option allows you to compete in tournaments as well. We host a tryout prior to each tournament to determine the roster for each event.

 

Contact:  Charles Nottingham

Club Email:  uabowlingclub16@gmail.com

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Club Type:  CoEd

Roster Size:  The roster size has no limit, but we send a Max of 8 bowlers to each tournament

Competitive Season:  Fall, Spring

 

Practice Location:  Leland Lanes, 1125 26th Ave East, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404

Home Event Location:  Leland Lanes, 1125 26th Ave East, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35404

Practice Times:  We practice twice a week for two ours each session.

 

Opponents:  Colleges and universities from all over the southeast

Governing Body:  Unites States Bowling Congress (USBC)

League:  USBC Collegiate

 

Estimated Fall Dues:  $200

Estimated Spring Dues:  $200

 

Club Classification:  Competitive (Compete to win), Recreational (Compete, but the focus is to have fun), Instructional (Willing to teach those new to sport)

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