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ALL PATTERNS, RATINGS,
AND SCALE KEY (zip)

UPDATE | NCBCA Collegiate Lane Patterns Released (September 29, 2016). The National Collegiate Bowling Coaches’ Association (NCBCA) has released a set of 14 different sport compliant lanes patterns: 4 long, 6 medium and 4 short. The patterns are the result of three years of planning and discussion by the NCBCA and were developed through the efforts and technical expertise of Kegel’s John Janawicz and Vincennes Head Coach Gary Sparks.

Coach Sparks also developed a set of Pattern Ratings (docx) aimed outlining the differences between the patterns using a scale of 1 to 10 on six important metrics: ratio, volume, foward/reverse, formats, surfaces and difficulty. A Rating Scale Key (docx) explains in detail the meaning of the 1 to 10 scale for each of the six variables.

All of the lane patterns, pattern ratings and scale key are available for download in a single complete package zip file.


NCBCA COLLEGIATE LANE PATTERNS

at a Glance

CB LONG #1
43 feet; 26.5ml; 8.2ml For/18.3ml Rev; Ratio 2.7/1
Ratio-1.5; Volume-4.0; F/R-6.9; Formats-6.0; Surfaces-5.5; Difficulty-4.0

CB LONG #2
44 feet; 26.6ml; 16.1ml For/10.5ml Rev; Ratio 2.44/1
Ratio-3.2; Volume-4.2; F/R-3.9; Formats-5.0; Surfaces-5.0; Difficulty-4.0

CB LONG #3
45 feet; 27.0ml; 23.3ml For/3.7ml Rev; Ratio 1.96/1
Ratio-5.2; Volume-5.0; F/R-1.4; Formats-3.5; Surfaces-4.0; Difficulty-5.0

CB LONG #4
43 feet; 31.9ml; 13.15ml For/18.75ml Rev; Ratio 2.93/1
Ratio-1.3; Volume-10; F/R-5.9; Formats-7.0; Surfaces-6.0; Difficulty-5.0

CB MEDIUM #1
38 feet; 33.25ml; 9.9ml For/23.35ml Rev; Ratio 1.59/1
Ratio-7.1; Volume-10; F/R-7.0; Formats-8.0; Surfaces-7.0; Difficulty-6.5

CB MEDIUM #2
40 feet; 27.7ml; 14.0ml For/13.7ml Rev; Ratio 2.38/1
Ratio-3.3; Volume-6.5; F/R-4.9; Formats-6.0; Surfaces-6.0; Difficulty-5.0

CB MEDIUM #3
42 feet; 26.45ml; 22.75ml For/3.7ml Rev; Ratio 2.26/1
Ratio-3.8; Volume-3.9; F/R-1.6; Formats-3.0; Surfaces-3.0; Difficulty-4.0

CB MEDIUM #4
39 feet; 29.8ml; 15.95ml For/13.85ml Rev; Ratio 2.39/1
Ratio-3.1; Volume-9.9; F/R-4.6; Formats-5.0; Surfaces-5.0; Difficulty-5.5

CB MEDIUM #5
41 feet; 29.6ml; 13.95ml For/15.65ml Rev; Ratio 2.68/1
Ratio-1.5; Volume-9.5; F/R-5.3; Formats-5.5; Surfaces-5.5; Difficulty-5.5

CB MEDIUM #6
40 feet; 27.95ml; 16.65ml For/11.3ml Rev; Ratio 2.8/1
Ratio-1.3; Volume-6.9; F/R-4.0; Formats-5.0; Surfaces-5.0; Difficulty-6.0

CB SHORT #1
34 feet; 25.15ml; 6.9ml For/18.25ml Rev; Ratio 1.25/1
Ratio-8.6; Volume-1.5; F/R-2.5; Formats-6.0; Surfaces-7.5; Difficulty-6.0

CB SHORT #2
35 feet; 22.5ml; 12.5ml For/10.0ml Rev; Ratio 1.49/1
Ratio-7.5; Volume-1.0; F/R-4.5; Formats-3.0; Surfaces-5.0; Difficulty-5.0

CB SHORT #3
36 feet; 25.9ml; 17.05ml For/8.85ml Rev; Ratio 1.48/1
Ratio-7.5; Volume-2.8; F/R-3.5; Formats-4.0; Surfaces-4.5; Difficulty-5.0

CB SHORT #4
35 feet; 28.9ml; 13.6ml For/15.3ml Rev; Ratio 1.53/1
Ratio-7.2; Volume-8.5; F/R-4.7; Formats-6.5; Surfaces-5.5; Difficulty-6.5


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