Webber International Warriors

Palm Beach State CollegePanthers (Southern Conference)

In the 2010-2011 season, the mens team was ranked 1 for the entire season by the Bowling Writers Association of America and the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association (NCBCA). However, at that years intercollegiate championship tournament in Columbus, Georgia, the team lost to Fresno State in the finals, which later were aired on ESPN2. In 2012 the mens team bounced back to win the USBC national championship.

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Webber International University Warriors

Florida State College at JacksonvilleBlue Wave (Mid-Florida Conference)

TheWebber International University Warriorsare the athletic teams forWebber International UniversityinCrooked Lake, Florida. The university is a member of theNational Association of Intercollegiate Athletics(NAIA),[1]primarily competing inThe Sun Conference, formerly known as the Florida Sun Conference (FSC).[2]In the spring of 2016, the Warriors joined theMid-South Conferencefor football.[3]

College of Central FloridaPatriots (Mid-Florida Conference)

Broward CollegeSeahawks (Southern Conference)

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Indian River State CollegePioneers (Southern Conference)

The womens team won the 2010 intercollegiate team championship of theUnited States Bowling Congress(USBC), held inEl Paso, Texas, in its first year as a program. The final was aired onESPN2on May 5, 2010.[4]The womens team followed this feat by winning two more USBC national titles in 2012 and 2016.

Chipola CollegeIndians (Panhandle Conference)

St. Petersburg CollegeTitans (Suncoast Conference)

ASA Collegeof Miami Avengers (Independent)

Polk State College EaglesSuncoast Conference)

Pensacola State CollegePirates (Panhandle Conference)

Gulf Coast State CollegeCommodores (Panhandle Conference)

PascoHernando State CollegeConquistadors (Independent)

St. Johns RiverVikings (Mid-Florida Conference)

In 2009 in its first year as a program, the mens team finished as national semi-finalists, losing to the eventual national champion, Wichita State. Head Coach Slowinski was named the NCBCA National Coach of the Year in 2010, in addition to being a finalist in both 2009 and 2011.

Miami Dade CollegeSharks (Southern Conference)

On October 27, 2010, the Warriors defeated local rivalsWarnerto win theCrooked LakeCup and qualify for the 2010Sun Conferenceregional tournament. Although the series was tied 2-2 on aggregate, Webber won the conference portion and therefore were awarded the trophy.[5]

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Tallahassee Community CollegeEagles (Panhandle Conference)

With the backing of the world-famousKegelTraining Center inLake Wales, Florida, Webbers bowling program has become one of the most successful in the United States. The mens program began in the 2008-2009 season, with a womens program added in the 2009-2010 season. The team has advanced to the national championship tournament in every season in program history.

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