In another busy weekend in college bowling, the Tennessee Wesleyan men took down the top team, while the Wright State women didn’t disappoint their fans after capturing the Raider Classic in Ohio.
The 2019 QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup is days away, and USBC Hall of
Famers Kelly Kulick and John Janawicz are headed to Indonesia to
represent Team USA.
The top seeds prevailed in bracket play Sunday at the 2019 Leatherneck
Classic as the Midland women and McKendree men captured victories in
their respective divisions.
Nominations now are being accepted for the PWBA Hall of Fame class of 2020.
At the Titan Invite in Neenah, Wis., the Rock Valley men’s team and the Robert Morris-Illinois women’s team worked their way through bracket play to post victories.
The USBC Hall of Fame Committee recently elected Patrick Healey Jr., Bob Learn Jr., Andrew Cain and Jim Zebehazy for the 2020 USBC Hall of Fame Class and selected eight candidates for the Superior Performance national ballot.
The SCAD-Savannah women and the Webber International men earned Tier I
wins last weekend at the Brunswick Southern Collegiate Classic.
Satisfaction with the USBC Open Championships continued its upward trend, and the 2020 event projects at least a 17% increase compared to the last event in Reno.
The Pikeville women and Lincoln Memorial men showcased their team
chemistry on the way to victory last weekend at the Brandon Burns
Collegiate Baker Classic.
After 56 games over five days, five competitors have advanced to the
championship round of the 2019 U.S. Open in North Carolina. Sean Rash
earned the top seed.
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