February 15, 2015
The NSL begins its 6th season of Senior Wii Bowling Championships with a record number of senior Wii bowlers and communities. One thousand six hundred and eighty (1,680) senior bowlers will chase NSL championships in Eastern and Western Regions. Senior bowlers represent 130 communities making up 320 teams from 31 states. Champions will be crowned in 7 divisions in each region - 14 champions total.
Competition begins the week of Feb 16. Conference play runs for 7 weeks ending the week of March the 30th followed by 4 weeks of playoffs. The NSL season ends the Week of April 27th.
The NSL affords senior bowlers the chance to create a team environment, enjoy a fun and social atmosphere and be competitive if they chose. Wii bowling in a league provides residents with a sense of responsibility, a little exercise and something to look forward to. Join the NSL - Wii Have a Good Thing Bowling On!!!
Wii bowlers in the NSL compete in 7 divisions. Divisions are determined by the average score of the 4 bowlers making up a team. Divisional breakdowns——CHAMPIONS (average 250 to 300); SUPER ELITE (average 220 to 250); ELITE 1 (average 200 to 220); ELITE 2 (average 180 to 200); SUPER MASTER (average 160 to 180); MASTER 1 (average 140 to 160) and MASTER 2 (average - less that 140).
|NSL State and Regional Championships||Feb 16 - Apr 27, 2015 (Registration opens Jan 1, 2015)|
|NSL Wii Bowling Week to Raise Funds for Alzheimer/s dementia Research||July 12 -18, 2015|
|NSL National Championships||Aug 17 - Oct 25, 2015 (Registration opens July 1, 2015)|
|NSL Northeastern Championships||Nov 2 - 4, 2015, Boston, MA (at LeadingAge Annual Meeting)|
|NSL/Cruise Line Championships||TBD|