With less than a week remaining at the 100th Women’s Championships, several bowlers in the Emerald Division made a late charge to the top of the standings at Northrock Lanes.
The USBC Equipment Specifications Committee determined the three-unit rule, required at the time oil is applied to a lane, no longer is applicable.
Needing a mark in the 10th frame of Game 56 to secure the top seed at
the U.S. Women’s Open, Tannya Roumimper delivered a strike to put
herself in position to win her first major championship.
Needing a double in the 10th frame for the chance to win the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open,
Danielle McEwan delivered a pair of strikes
and toppled nine pins to win her second career major.
Former NFL linebacker Nick Barnett is the newest addition to a growing
list of current and former professional athletes from other sports to
compete at the USBC Open Championships.
Danielle McEwan won her first six matches
Saturday at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open to move into the lead with one
round left to go at Texas Star Lanes.
On the strength of a 7-1 record during Friday’s opening round of match play at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open, Indonesia’s Tannya Roumimper has taken the overall lead at Texas Star Lanes.
What started as a road trip for a family reunion for Ronda Conley and Norma Tucker turned into a
trip to the top of the standings at the 2019 Women’s Championships.
Six-time U.S. Women’s Open
champion Liz Johnson, still is at the top of the
standings at the 2019 event, but the field
has narrowed the gap as the top 24 players prepare for round-robin
With three challenging oil patterns and 24 games completed at the 2019 U.S. Women’s Open,
six-time champion Liz Johnson tops the field as
qualifying came to a close Thursday.
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