Bowling
Commodores second in final poll

April 23, 2013



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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Vanderbilt's bowling team concluded the 2012-13 season ranked second in the final poll, conducted by the National Ten Pin Coaches Association, the official poll of collegiate bowling. Nebraska, who topped Vanderbilt in the NCAA Championship, was the top-ranked team.

The Huskers defeated Vanderbilt in the national championship game April 13 in Canton, Mich., to win 20 points toward the Capital One Cup. Vanderbilt moved up three spots finishing second in the final poll, followed by Maryland-Eastern Shore, fresh off its USBC Collegiate Championship. Arkansas State remained in fourth for third consecutive poll.

Central Missouri placed fifth in the final poll after holding the top spot much of the year. Fairleigh Dickinson moved two spots to sixth; while Sam Houston State was seventh and Wisconsin Whitewater eighth mirroring their finishes at the NCAA Championships. Ninth-place Stephen F. Austin and 10th-place Adelphi maintained the positions from the April poll.

Since the NCAA Championships was the only competition since the last poll was released the teams ranked 11-20 from the April poll were carried over to the final poll.

Check out Capital One Cup standings and see the point totals for NCAA Division I teams at capitalonecup.com

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