Five-time National Champion to retire from collegiate coaching.
UMES posts 4-1 mark and most pins in the field.
Schmitz will take over the duties from Doug Dukes.
UMES tops West Texas but falls in a slugfest with top-seed Wichita State.
UMES tops Sacred Heart and top-seeded Vanderbilt to earn a bye and guarantee at least a top four finish.
See Tim Fuller's shots from the event the night before the championships.
Shots of women's bowling being honored by the NCAA @ the 2013 Women's Basketball Tourn. 2nd-round in College Park, Md.
See all the action from the awards to the wins on all three days.
See Lloydlee Heite's images from day three of the 2013 DSU Capital Classic.
See Lloydlee Heite's shots from day three of the 2012 Hawk Classic sponsored by Hammer.
Vince Brummell is in his 15th season at UMES, the first 13 and a half as an assistant to his wife, head coach Sharon Brummell. Upon Sharon's returment, Vince stayed on baord for the second half of the 2011-12 season. Planning on retiring after that season, he decided to stay on after experienceing the excitment of another National Championship. Vince serves as the team statistician, traveling with the squad, keeping scores of each game. He is also the coach the team flocks to, looking for advice, motivation and direction.
Affectionately known as "Pappa Brummell" or just "Pappa," Vince is a mainstay with the Lady Hawk bowling program. He was a part the 2008 and 2011 NCAA titles and the 2011 USBC Collegiate Championship and all five MEAC championships prior to the 2012 NCAA titale.
With Sharon, they have one son, Bobby, who works for AT&T. Vince has three other children, Gavin, Peaches and Valina.