Field set for 2024 Intercollegiate Team Championships

Final Results: Addison I Allen Park I Fort Worth I Smyrna

ARLINGTON, Texas – The teams that will compete for the Helmer Cup at the 2024 Intercollegiate Team Championships in April were determined Sunday after two days of sectional qualifying concluded at four locations across the country.

The top four performers in the men’s and women’s divisions at each location advanced to the national team competition, which will take place April 17-20 at Kingpin Lanes in Jeffersontown, Kentucky.

The sectional qualifiers were held at Stardust Bowl in Addison, Illinois; Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, Michigan; Cityview Lanes in Fort Worth, Texas; and Smyrna Bowling Center in Smyrna, Tennessee.

Teams bowled a total of 64 Baker games Saturday and Sunday at their respective locations with total pinfall determining the advancers.

The possibility of a repeat national champion remains alive in the men’s division as Wichita State advanced to nationals by winning the Fort Worth Sectional. There will be a new titlist on the women’s side, however, after McKendree finished outside the top four in Addison. 

While Wichita State will be looking to repeat and add to its own record by claiming its 14th men’s national title, the men’s team from Muskingum and the women’s teams from Jacksonville State and Oklahoma Christian will be making their ITC national finals debuts this year.

The qualifiers in the men’s division include (place, college, pinfall):

•    Addison – 1, Wisconsin-Whitewater, 13,546; 2, Mount Mercy, 13,307; 3, McKendree, 13,162; 4, Midland, 13,123

•    Allen Park – 1, Calumet, 13,444; 2, Muskingum, 13,290; 3, Lawrence Tech, 13,087; 4, Pikeville, 12,854

•    Fort Worth – 1, Wichita State, 13,821; 2, Grand Canyon, 13,106; 3, St. Ambrose, 13,029; 4, Lindenwood, 13,021

•    Smyrna – 1, Webber International, 13,248; 2, Marian-Indiana, 13,225; 3, Indiana Tech, 13,178; 4, Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 13,097

The qualifiers in the women’s division are (place, college, pinfall):

•    Addison – 1, Mount Mercy, 13,130; 2, Duquesne, 12,716; 3, St. Francis-Illinois, 12,178; 4, Saint Xavier, 12,149

•    Allen Park – 1, Pikeville, 13,383; 2, North Carolina A&T, 13,135; 3, Sacred Heart, 12,519; 4, Maryville, 12,518

•    Fort Worth – 1, Louisiana Tech, 13,051; 2, Wichita State, 12,901; 3, Tulane, 12,450, 4, Oklahoma Christian, 12,450

•    Smyrna – 1, Jacksonville State, 13,403; 2, Savannah College of Art and Design-Savannah, 13,235; 3, Maryland Eastern Shore, 12,511; 4, Webber International, 12,379

Select pairs at each sectional location were broadcast live at

The finalists for the 2024 Intercollegiate Singles Championships also were determined at the sectional qualifying locations Friday. 

Student-athletes rolled six games to determine the advancers out of each location. A total of 24 men and 24 women moved on to the national singles event, which also will take place at Kingpin Lanes and run from April 15-20.

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