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CBS Sports Network to Televise PWBA, Collegiate & Youth Events in 2023 – BowlersMart

CBS Sports Network to Televise PWBA, Collegiate & Youth Events in 2023 - BowlersMart

ARLINGTON, Texas – Live coverage of three Professional Women’s Bowling Association Tour majors, continued coverage of collegiate events, and the return of televised finals for youth events highlight a 13-event television schedule on CBS Sports Network in 2023.

The stepladder finals of the United States Bowling Congress Queens from Sam’s Town Bowling Center in Las Vegas on May 23 will be the first of three live PWBA Tour majors televised by CBS Sports Network.

The stepladder finals of the U.S. Women’s Open follows on June 20 from ABC Gates Bowl in Rochester, New York, and the stepladder finals of the PWBA Tour Championship complete CBS Sports Network’s live coverage on Aug. 15 from Cadillac Xtreme Bowling Center in Waterloo, Iowa. Each of the three two-hour live events are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m. Eastern.

“We’re excited to continue to partner with CBS Sports Network to bring live coverage of the PWBA’s most important events to our fans,” said Frank DeSocio, Executive Director of the Bowling Proprietors’ Association of America. “Televising the finals of these three majors helps bring top-of-mind awareness to the talented athletes competing on the PWBA Tour.”

In addition to live coverage of the women’s professional majors, CBS Sports Network will feature four shows from the Intercollegiate Team and Singles Championships, the finals of all four divisions of the Junior Gold Championships, and the two title matches at the USA Bowling National Championships.

The last time the finals of the Junior Gold Championships and the USA Bowling National Championships were broadcast on television was at the 2019 events in Detroit.

“Bringing back televised coverage for these youth events was a priority, and we’re glad we were able to work with CBS Sports Network to make these telecasts a reality,” said Melissa McDaniel, President of the United States Bowling Congress. “The competitors in these events truly represent the future of the sport and it’s important to highlight their talents.”

The finals of college bowling’s premier events, the Intercollegiate Singles Championships and Intercollegiate Team Championships, will be held at South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas and will kick off CBS Sports Network’s 2023 coverage with telecasts on four consecutive Tuesdays in April and May, all at 7 p.m. Eastern.

The ISC women’s finals will air Tuesday, April 25, followed by the ISC…

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