NSL - The National Senior League

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THE 2015 NSL STATE & REGIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

2015 NSL Wii BOWLING LEAGUE BEGINS THE WEEK OF FEB 16.  REGISTER ABOVE!

January 27, 2015

REGISTRATION ENDS ON FEB 10.

The NSL is a national internet bowling league for seniors.  Teams play in their own community.  No traveling is involved.  The NSL is in its 6th year of State, Regional and National Championship play.  Past championships have had as many as 100+ communities representing 300+ teams and more then 1,700 senior Wii bowlers from almost every state.

Teams are made up of 4 senior bowlers.  A team may have up to 4 substitutes.  Teams compete in conferences with 7 other teams.  Teams play each team in their conference one time - a total of 7 matches.  The better teams advance to 3 or 4 weeks of playoffs.  The playoff format is like the NCAA Final Four - you win, you play on.  You lose, you are finished.  A NSL season runs for 7 to 10 weeks.

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, provides the schedule, manages the competition and distributes awards to conference and division winners.  Awards also go to NSL Coach of the Year and NSL Bowlers of the Year.  Every team has its own web page.

The fee to participate is $150 for a community.  A community may have as many teams as they want. 

Contact Dennis Berkholtz, NSL Commissioner for questions - (435 714 9491) or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Go to the League

Bowlers

Schedules

Teams

Statistics

About the NSL

  • Play in your own community - no travel
  • 4 bowlers on a team
  • Nintendo Wii or Microsoft XBOX are accepted NSL virtual bowling programs
  • Play in one of 7 divisions based on level of ability
  • Play one day each week for 7 weeks followed by up to 3 weeks of playoffs
  • Post scores on line by Thursday 9 PM
  • See results on line 9 AM Friday
  • NSL provides oversite, schedule, STATS, awards and team webpage

NSL BREAKDOWN OF DIVISIONS

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).

Join us for the NSL State and Regional Championships beginning the week of Feb 16.  Sign up above.  For information contact Dennis Berkholtz (435 714 9491) or email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

Important Dates

NSL State and Regional ChampionshipsFeb 16 - Apr 27, 2015 (Registration opens Jan 1, 2015)
NSL Wii Bowling Week to Raise Funds for Alzheimer/s dementia ResearchJuly 12 -18, 2015
NSL National ChampionshipsAug 17 - Oct 25, 2015 (Registration opens July 1, 2015)
NSL Northeastern ChampionshipsNov 2 - 4, 2015, Boston, MA (at LeadingAge Annual Meeting)
NSL/Cruise Line ChampionshipsTBD
NSL ContactDennis Berkholtz - NSL Commissioner .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) 435 714 9491