Welcome to Nebraska Bowling
Watch a video tour of the Nebraska Bowling Program and Facilities
We are excited about your interest in the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and Nebraska Bowling. The Huskers own the richest tradition in college bowling, winning three of the first six NCAA titles in the sport after claiming the 2009 national championship and winning back-to-back crowns in 2004 and 2005. Nebraska also played host to the 2008 NCAA Championships at Thunder Alley in Omaha. Coach Bill Straub and the Huskers will pursue their fourth title in 2010. Please browse through the links below to learn more about Husker bowling and discover why "There's no place like Nebraska."
Did you know that Nebraska has more Academic All-Americans than any other school in the country? Learn more about the academic and athletic traditions at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Also find out more about Husker Power, the nationally recognized strength and conditioning program of Nebraska Athletics.
How to Contact a Coach
A list of all department coaches and how to best contact them.
Please note that, per NCAA rules, coaches can only respond via e-mail to juniors (after September 1) and seniors in high school. Coaches must mail responses to freshmen and sophomores, per NCAA rules. You can call any Nebraska coach, but they cannot return your phone call unless you are a senior in high school.
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The Huskers practice and compete at the East Campus Bowling Lanes. The six-lane facility provides the Huskers with a tournament-quality practice facility and is one of the best in the region.
Information on classes and majors, advising and tutoring available for all student-athletes.
Nebraska's Life Skills Program - A National Leader
The Nebraska Life Skills Program provides proactive education, resources and support throughout college and beyond, best preparing Husker student-athletes for life after sports. Services will foster transition, retention, responsible decision-making, leadership, volunteerism and career development.
Athletic scholarships, university aid, federal or state grants are all covered here.