National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA)
The National Junior College Athletic Association is the governing body of intercollegiate athletics for two-year colleges.Its programs are designed to meet the unique needs of a diverse group of student-athletes who come from both traditional and non-traditional backgrounds and whose purposes in selecting a junior college may be as varied as their backgrounds. Men's and women's bowling programs within the NJCAA member schools have been functioning since the 1970s. This level of competition is exclusive to two-year junior and community colleges, with logical progression for many of these athletes to four-year institutions.
The NJCAA also hosts its own separate national championship seach year. Most, if not all, NJCAA guidelines are conducive to current USBC Collegiate guidelines. However, there may be various NCAA eligibility issues, which need to be addressed for female student-athletes looking to transfer at some time from a two-year program to a four-year institution. Initial questions may need to be researched through the normal NCAA Eligibility Clearing house process, USBC Collegiate's Varsity Bowling Guide, Varsity Playerand Coaches' Guide or through a prospective four-year academic institution.
For more information on njcaa Women's bowling click here. Women's Bowling
For more information on NJCAA Men's bowling click here. Men's Bowling
Visit the NJCAA Web site at njcaa.org.
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