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Pluhowsky Wins Singles Gold at Pan Am Games
Jul 26, 2015

Terry Bigham USBC Communications TORONTO – Team USA’s Shannon Pluhowsky of Dayton, Ohio, captured the gold medal in women’s singles, and Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, New York, and Devin Bidwell of Wichita, Kansas, each earned bronze in the final bowling event of the Pan American Games on Saturday. Pluhowsky topped Aumi Guerra of the Dominican […]

Team USA Picks up Two Medals at Pan Am Games
Jul 24, 2015

Terry Bigham USBC Communications The United States picked up two medals in the doubles bowling competition at the Pan American Games on Thursday as the Team USA women claimed the silver medal, while the men’s team needed a mark in their final frame to earn the bronze. Team USA’s Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, N.Y., and […]

Team USA’s Johnson has Early Singles Lead at Pan Am Games
Jul 24, 2015

Terry Bigham USBC Communications Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, N.Y., took the early lead in the women’s division of singles qualifying at the Pan American Games on Friday. Johnson had games of 248, 237, 164, 213, 248 and 224 for a 1,334 total in the first six games of qualifying to lead the field while teammate […]

Pro Bowling
Weber Maintains Senior Masters Lead
Jul 29, 2015

Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, turned in a steady performance Wednesday at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley to maintain his lead at the 2015 United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters. The 52-year-old right-hander rolled games of 197, 206, 269, 226 and 257 for a 1,155 total, and his 2,338 two-day effort, a 233.8 average, puts him […]

Sean Rash to Fulfill Wish for 11-Year-Old Boy Suffering from Bone Cancer
Jul 29, 2015

Eight-time PBA Tour titlist Sean Rash of Montgomery, Ill., will meet and bowl with 11-year-old Solomon Wohrer of Lancaster, Ohio, on Wednesday, Aug. 5, at Olympia Lanes in Hammond, Ind., prior to the start of the PBA/PBA50 South Shore Doubles, fulfilling Wohrer’s request through the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Wohrer, who suffers from Ewing’s Sarcoma, a form […]

Weber Leads 2015 USBC Senior Masters
Jul 29, 2015

Pete Weber of St. Ann, Mo., returned to The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wis., both comfortable and confident after his last visit to the 60-lane center, setting the pace through the first day of qualifying Tuesday at the 2015 United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters. The 52-year-old right-hander averaged more than 236 on the […]


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History of Bowling
The (Short) History of the National Bowling League

BY J.R. SCHMIDT Almost anyone with an interest in bowling history has heard of the National Bowling League. The NBL was an intercity league of five-man teams, based on the model of Major League Baseball, playing in purpose-built arenas on a six-month-long schedule. Today, the whole concept seems outlandish. But to understand how the idea […]

Business
Davis Bowling Supply’s Linda Davis Dies

Linda Davis is being remembered today as a pioneer in the bowling business, a unique thinker and a long-time supporter of the game. Davis died from an apparent heart attack Thursday night. “I’ve known Linda since she owned Cal Nike (then named Cal Bowling Supply and then Davis Bowling Supply), and also bowled league in […]

Clinic
Bowler’s Ed Grants Awarded to Four Organizations
Bowler’s Ed Grants Awarded to Four Organizations

Bowler’s Ed grants have been awarded to a school district, two elementary schools, and a bowling association in the form of mobile bowling kits from International Bowling Campus Youth Development. The four mobile bowling kits each include six carpeted bowling lanes, rubberized balls and pins, and instructional DVDs to assist coaches and teachers in introducing […]

Multimedia
Check Out the New Issue of Bowlers Journal Interactive!
Check Out the New Issue of Bowlers Journal Interactive!

We’re serving up a summer harvest of instructional tips in the June 2015 issue of Bowlers Journal Interactive, from some of the game’s greatest coaches and players. Also in this issue: Watch Turbo’s “Head Guard Dog” light up the lanes; meet the single pin that dared to defy the “world’s strongest bowler”; see Jason Belmonte […]

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