2014 Senior Open Championships,
Oct 19-22, Nashville, TN
September 29, 2014
The NSL crowned 34 conference champions this past week. We had a great season of conference play with 15 races going down to the final week.
ON TO THE NSL PLAYOFFS - Playoffs begin this week with teams vying for the title of National Champion in 7 divisions. The NSL playoffs follow the NCAA Final Four format - one and done - winners play on and losers go home. Teams in the playoffs and the divisions they are playing in are shown above. Click on one of the divisions shown under the heading - NSL 2014 Championship Brackets. Follow your favorite.
In the NSL Teams are made up of 4 senior bowlers. A team may have up to 4 substitutes. We place teams in divisions equal to their level of ability and then place them in conferences with 7 other teams. Teams play each team in their conference one time - a total of 7 games. The better teams advance to up to 3 weeks of playoffs. The playoff format is like the NCAA Final Four - you win, you play on. You lose, you are finished.
Divisional breakdown - The average scores of 4 bowlers———Champion Division (250/300); Super Elite (220/250); Elite 1 (200/220); Elite 2 (180/200); Super Master (160/180); Master 1 (140/160) and Master 2 (less than 140)
Each team has a coach - generally the Activities Director. A player may also be the coach. The coach posts the teams scores on the NSL website each Friday by 3 PM EST.. Scores are calculated and results are posted on Friday at 4 PM. The NSL keeps individual and team statistics and distributes awards to conference and division winners. Awards also go to NSL Coach of the Year and NSL Bowlers of the Year.
The fee to participate is $150 for a community. A community may have as many teams as they want.
Join the NSL, defending NSL Champions, Sullivan Senior Center from Torrington, CT and Bob Mowad, defending individual champion in Nashville, TN, Oct 19-21, at the NSL Senior ‘OPEN’ Virtual Bowling Championships. The championship is played at the LeadingAge Annual Meeting attended by more than 5,000 senior business leaders.
Teams pay their own expenses arriving in Nashville on Sunday, Oct 19 and departing on Wednesday, Oct 22. Enjoy the nightlife of Nashville as well as the excitement of bowling against your friends and competitors in the world of virtual bowling. To be eligible teams must have a 4 bowler average of more than 225. Individuals must average more than 200. Bring you friends to cheer you on. We had a great time in Dallas last year and expect a better time in Nashville as we grow this exciting championship.
|July 13 - 19, 2014||NSL National Virtual Bowling Week to Raise Money for Alzheimer's/Dementia Research|
|Aug 11 - Oct 17, 2014||NSL Senior National Virtual Bowling Championships|
|Oct 18, 2014||NSL Tennessee Senior Virtual Bowling Championships, Nashville, TN|
|Oct 20 - Oct 22, 2014||NSL Senior Open Virtual Bowling Championships, Nashville, TN|
|Feb 8 - Apr 20, 2015||NSL Virtual Bowling - State and Regional Championships|