Morehead State. Kelly Kulick went there.
There are teams that are always near the top (mentioned above). There will be teams every so often that sneak in there. Erie Community College was there for 2 years when Joe Ciccone went there before he transferred. Indiana University had a good program for a few years as did Indiana State. Ohio State had a good run while Bill Hoffman was there. If there is a school that you are looking at for reasons other than bowling but they have a bowling program that isn't top flight, go there anyway. Why? You have a chance to start one or to put a school on the map. Also, if you go to a top school, unless you are a top tier talent, you will be riding the bench. Going to smaller school will get you more opportunities to bowl.
That's my 2 cents worth. I went to Eastern Illinois. Took a club team and helped turn it into a team that could compete on a high level. My 4 years bowling and 1 year coaching is something that I will never forget.
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