Sept. 23, 2003 Vol. 9,
ABC, WIBC, YABA SERVE 3.245
Michigan remains top state; Detroit Detroit again led local areas with a combined
101,552 members. The Motor City area had 54,613
biggest local area during 2002-03 ABC, 35,951 WIBC and 10,988 YABA members.
season Chicago was next with 42,545 (25,392; 15,273;
American Bowling Congress, Women’s 1,880), while the Washington, D.C., area was third
International Bowling Congress and Young American with 36,577 (20,043; 12,823; 3,711).
Bowling Alliance membership totaled 3,245,873 in
the 2002-03 season, the organizations have ABC/WIBC certify 6,070 centers,
That represents a four percent decrease from the 124,835 lanes during 2002-03 season
combined 3,382,507 in the 2001-02 season. Figures The American Bowling Congress and Women’s
for each year are calculated from Aug. 1 through July International Bowling Congress jointly certified 6,070
31. centers and 124,835 lanes during the 2002-03
ABC again led the way with 1,635,316 members. season that ended July 31.
WIBC had 1,225,416 and YABA added 385,141. In This represents a 2.8 percent drop in centers and
the previous season, ABC had 1,694,248, WIBC only a 1.6 percent decrease in lanes from 2001-02.
1,291,199 and YABA 397,060. There were 6,246 centers and 126,854 lanes in the
ABC members competed in 62,819 leagues, previous season.
WIBC members in 62,014 and YABA in 16,530. Overall totals included 5,811 centers and 119,815
Nearly three-quarters of ABC and WIBC leagues lanes in the United States. The remaining 259
were sanctioned by both organizations as mixed centers and 5,020 lanes were in Canada, Puerto
leagues. Rico and U.S. military bases worldwide.
In 2001-02, ABC members competed in 65,962 There were 5,973 centers and 121,594 lanes in
leagues, WIBC in 65,011 and YABA in 17,315. the U.S. in 2001-02.
Michigan again had the most combined members While the number of centers dropped, center size
with 289,931. This included 143,969 ABC, 117,329 increased. Centers overall averaged 20.5 lanes,
WIBC and 28,633 YABA members. New York was while U.S. centers averaged 20.6 lanes. Both were
second overall with 228,642 (117,429; 78,839; up from 20.3 and 20.4 in 2001-02.
32,374) and Ohio was third (116,667; 83,610; Pennsylvania again led states with 408 centers.
27,354). New York remained No. 2 with 401, while Wisconsin
was third with 379. New York had the most lanes with
8,648. Michigan was second with 8,422 and Ohio 100 Over Games 53,522 12,031
third with 8,317. 9,774
11 Strikes in a Row 30,810 734
ABC, WIBC, YABA members rewarded *Honor score recognition for girls only
in record numbers in 2002-03 season
American Bowling Congress, Women’s Pluhowsky, Hoffman to compete
International Bowling Congress and Young American
Bowling Alliance members earned awards in record
in AMF World Cup in Honduras
Defending champion Shannon Pluhowsky and
numbers again in the 2002-03 season.
2003 Federation Internationale des Quilleurs
During the period from Aug. 1, 2002 through July
medallist Bill Hoffman are among a stellar group of
31, 2003, they collected 47,224 awards for 300
players entered in the 39th annual AMF Bowling
games, 19,637 for 299 games, 7,506 for 298 games
World Cup. Tournament Sept. 27-Oct. 4 at Planeta
and 13,338 for 800 series. Those numbers were
Sipango bowling center in Tegucigalpa, Honduras.
slightly better than the 44,331 for 300s, 18,894 for
Pluhowsky, the 21-year-old left-hander from
299s, 7,289 for 298s and 12,447 for 800s during the
Phoenix, captured the World Cup last year in Riva,
Latvia. She won her second consecutive U.S.
ABC members again had the most 300s (44,937),
Amateur Champion title last January in Reno, Nev. In
299s (18,765), 298s (7,116) and 800s (12,911).
August, she earned singles gold and doubles silver
WIBC members had 946, 437, 224 and 165,
medals at the Pan American Games in Santo
respectively. For YABA members, they were 1,341,
Domingo, Dominican Republic.
435, 166 and 292, respectively.
Hoffman, the 29-year-old right-hander from
The following chart shows breakdowns by
Columbus, Ohio, earned a gold medal in trios and a
organization for these and other selected awards:
silver medal in team at the FIQ World Championships
that ended Sept. 20 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He
won his second U.S. Amateur Champion title in
January, matching his 1999 title. He earned Pan Am
doubles gold and singles bronze.
300 games 44,937 946
Among the other entrants is 2002 men’s
champion Mika Luoto of Finland. Other past
299 games 18,765 437
champions include Norway’s Tore Torgerson, Qatar’s
Ahmed Shaheen, United Arab Emirates’ Mohammed
298 games 7,116 224
Khalifa Al Qubaisi and Germany’s Martina Beckel.
Bowlers from 84 nations, four off the record 88
800 series 12,911 165
countries in Lisbon, Portugal, in 1998, are expected
to compete in Tegucigalpa. The World Cup is one of
700 series 215,839 7,842
the city’s official 425th birthday celebration events. It
also is Honduras’ first world championship sports
Triplicates 14,999 10,504
The AMF Bowling World Cup is the largest
Big Four Splits 4,316 1,666
annual international sports championship in the
world, in terms of number of participating countries.
7-10 Splits 4,700 947
786 Hyman’s gold, Mack’s silver in Masters
All-Spare Games 7,561 7,435 cap
955 stellar U.S. showing in FIQ World
Dutch 200 Games 7,249 1,934
Diandra Hyman highlighted the best United
States global showing since 1987 when she captured
the Masters gold medal Sept. 20 at the 15th Sweden 3 1 1
Federation Internationale des Quilleurs World 5
Championships in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. England 3 1 0
Hyman, a right-hander from Dyer, Ind., beat Liza 4
Clutario of the Philippines 400-390 in the two-game Finland 1 1 1
championship match at Pyramid Megalanes. Hyman 3
advanced to the title games with a 189-147 victory Philippines 1 1 1 3
over Korea’s Lee Eun Ock in the stepladder Colombia 0 1 1
Australia’s Michael Little earned the men’s gold Germany 0 1 1
medal with a 430-375 victory over Team USA’s Tim 2
Mack, Garfield, N.J. Little opened the stepladder with UAE 0 0 2 2
a 179-174 triumph over Mohammed Al Qubaisi of the Australia 1 0 0
United Arab Emirates. 1
The gold and silver gave the U.S. a final total of Malaysia 1 0 0
nine medals, best of any country this year and its 1
best since earning 11 in 1987. Sweden was next with Guam 0 0 1 1
five medals while England had four. Sweden and Korea 0 0 1 1
England had the most gold medals with three each. Mexico 0 0 1 1
Hyman and Mack had roles in all nine U.S. Venezuela 0 0 1 1
Besides her Masters gold, Hyman captured silver
in all-events, silver in doubles (with Lucy Sandelin) Format changes announced for 2004
and bronze in trios (with Sandelin and Anita Manns). USA Bowling National Amateur
Mack collected five medals. He earned gold in Championships
trios (with Bill Hoffman and Dino Castillo) and silver Format changes, featuring three days of
in singles, all-events, Masters and team (with qualifying and match play finals with 32 men and 24
Hoffman, Castillo, David Haynes and Scott Pohl). women, have been announced for the 2004 USA
The 2003 event featured more than 600 Bowling National Amateur Championships.
competitors from 65 countries. It featured 16 records The event will be held January 4-10 at Castaways
broken plus 300 games by Italy’s Amedeo Spada, Bowling Center and Hotel in Las Vegas. Entrants can
England’s Darren Cundy, Finland’s Kimmo Lehtonen take advantage of a special $39 rate throughout the
and Sweden’s Martin Larsen and Anders Ohman. tournament.
This was the last FIQ World Championships Qualifying will be held in three eight-game blocks
where the men and women will compete at the same Jan. 6-8. Last year, there were four six-game blocks
time. The sport’s popularity and the event’s over two days.
increasing size will require separate championships After completion of the 24 qualifying games, the
in the future. field will be cut to the top 32 men and top 24 women,
Beginning with the 2005 women’s championship instead of the 32 of each in years past.
in Aalborg, Denmark, and the men's championship in “These changes were necessary to keep the
Korea in 2006, there will be a FIQ World event as competitive as it has been in the past,” said
Championship every year. Mexico will host the USA Bowling Executive Director/CEO Jerry Koenig.
women in 2007. “The level of competition this year should be
2003 FIQ World Championships Medal Count Bowlers still have time to join in the excitement of
Gold Silver Bronze the competition even if they haven’t qualified through
Total a local or state qualifying event.
USA 2 6 1 9 Direct entries will be accepted until 11 a.m.,
Monday, Jan. 5, the day before qualifying begins.
National Direct Entry forms can be downloaded conducted for the bowling industry. About 300
from usabowling.org. The site also includes other attendees took advantage of exceptional
information on how bowlers can compete against opportunities to learn from a lineup of the most
some of the best bowlers in the United States for a recognized and respected speakers in bowling,
spot on 2004 Team USA. including retiring Team USA head coach Fred
Last year’s champions were Shannon Pluhowsky, Borden, longtime Wichita State University head
Phoenix, a 21-year-old junior at the University of coach Gordon Vadakin and USA Bowling Gold level
Nebraska, and Bill Hoffmann, a 29-year-old amateur coach and incoming Junior Team USA head coach
bowler from Columbus, Ohio. Pluhowsky became Rod Ross.
only the third woman to win consecutive U.S. Watch for more details about the summit on the
Amateur titles. It was the second U.S. Amateur Coaching section of bowl.com.
Championship title for Hoffmann, who also won in
1999. Women’s International Bowling
Also new this year is the military tournament that
will be part of the event. Previously, the tournament
was held outside of the USA Bowling National unveils exclusive charm collection
Amateur Championships. (Originally released Sept. 19) -- The Women's
For further information about the tournament, International Bowling Congress is unveiling an
please call Maureen Vicena at (800) 514-BOWL, Ext. exclusive charm collection. The new collection
3442 or visit usabowling.org. consists of an Italian link charm bracelet, Italian link
2004 International Coaching/Pro Shop charms and Stemware charm sets.
These custom-made charm collections were
Summit launched to add flair to the new league season.
is scheduled for June 27-29 in Las Members can show their WIBC pride with these
Vegas classic pieces. Just in time for the holidays, a
The 14th annual International Bowling and Pro customized bracelet or select stemware charm
Shop Instructors Association International Education collection makes for a gift to a loved one, a league
Conference and Bowling Coaches Summit is award or special recognition winner.
scheduled June 27-29 at Texas Station Hotel in Las WIBC members everywhere can use these items
Vegas. as stocking stuffers, party favors, gift exchange gifts,
The cooperative conference - a joint effort survivor tribute pieces, collector's items and much
between IBPSIA, College Bowling USA, High School more.
Bowling USA and USA Bowling Coaching - promises Whether used for collecting or trading, the Italian
to be an unmatched opportunity for coaches, pro link charm bracelet contains 18 links and includes
shop operators, proprietors and other bowling two charms: the WIBC logo charm and ball and pin
industry professionals to learn, interact and network. splash charm. With 18 designs to choose from, these
A lineup of seminars and presenters is being custom-made Italian link charms were made with the
developed. woman bowler in mind.
The summit again will coincide with International For example, a WIBC member can obtain a Bowl
Bowl Expo so that attendees may take advantage of for the Cure® charm, adorning a bracelet with one
the opportunities at the bowling industry’s premier pink ribbon link for each year she or someone close
trade show and exhibit. International Bowl Expo 2004 to her has been a breast cancer survivor, or share
will be held at a date and site to be announced. the latest accomplishments with a 200 game charm
Exhibits will be housed at the Las Vegas Convention or league champ charm.
Center. Visit bowlexpo.com for more information. Stemware charms are the newest trend in party
Last year’s historic summit at Texas Station was accessories. The pewter-like WIBC charm set
the first time a cooperative event for Young American consists of four charms, which can be used on wine
Bowling Alliance, USA Bowling, high school and or martini glasses or other stemware just as well.
collegiate coaches and pro shop operators was Charms can be used at league celebrations by
wrapping these beautiful charms around glass stems This year’s kit now is available at
and are perfect for all sorts of other occasions. The bowlforthecure.com or by calling (800) 514-BOWL,
bowling set consists of four bowling icon colorful Ext. 3226.
charms, and the WIBC set features four different WIBC’s goal for Bowl for the Cure® is to raise
designs as well: WIBC logo, WIBC crest, WIBC funds and create awareness of the Komen
headquarters and The Unknown Bowler. Foundation by educating bowlers about breast
To order any of the charm collections, visit cancer and breast health.
National Bowling Forum/Bowling
Bowl for the Cure® raises more Incorporated boards seeking director-
than $750,000 in its third year at-large for 2004-05
(Originally released Sept. 11) -- The Women’s (Originally released Sept. 3) -- The National
International Bowling Congress surpassed its goal by Bowling Forum and Bowling Incorporated Boards of
raising more than $750,000 through the Bowl for the Directors are seeking a Director-at-Large for 2004
Cure® program during the 2002-03 season to benefit and are now accepting nominations for the position.
the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation. The deadline for nominations is June 1, 2004.
At the end of the season, Bowl for the Cure® had The purpose of this position is to bring a fresh
donated a total of $752,079.13 to the Komen perspective to the boards while supplementing the
Foundation and its Affiliates. background, knowledge and expertise of the
“I’m so proud of the effort and support that WIBC founding member directors. The new Director-at-
members have shown in helping us reach our goal,” Large's term will begin Aug. 1, 2004, and continue for
WIBC Director of Services Sheila Nyren said. three years. Remo Picchietti, current Director-at-
“Breast cancer touches the lives of everyone. Large on both boards, completes his term on July 31,
Each year we will set our goals a little higher to 2004.
donate our time and money until a cure is found.” The boards continue their efforts to forge
Bowl for the Cure® has become the single partnerships among the participating industry leaders
strongest way for WIBC members to get involved in while striving for unity for the good of the industry.
the fight against breast cancer. Each year, league The boards participate as an integral part of meetings
and individual bowlers across the country have and forums with partnering industry leaders from
contributed significantly to the effort. American Bowling Congress, Bowling Proprietors’
In three years, WIBC has raised nearly $2.3 Association of America, Women’s International
million for the Komen Foundation. When it hits its set Bowling Congress, AMF, Brunswick, Multi-Unit
goal of $775,000 for next season, Bowl for the Cure® Bowling Information Group, USA Bowling, Young
will surpass the $3 million mark in just four years, an American Bowling Alliance, Professional Bowler’s
exceptional accomplishment in lean economic times. Association, Professional Women's Bowling
Many volunteers and members have expressed Association, Strike Ten Entertainment and BI Shared
an interest in conducting a Bowl for the Cure® event. Services. These meetings are the only action forum
To fulfill this need, WIBC and the Komen Foundation that brings industry leaders together to ensure
have developed the Bowl for the Cure® Event Kit. bowling’s growth in the sports/entertainment
The kit provides the recipient with all the marketplace through unified leadership and strategic
necessary tools to conduct various Bowl for the direction.
Cure® events, such as tournaments, bowl-a-thons, The NBF oversees national industry marketing
raffles and auctions. through Strike Ten Entertainment. It also is the focal
It includes a CD with forms and logos, a program point, coordinator and catalyst for elements within the
overview, a new merchandise order form, industry sharing their strategic direction through the
educational materials, sample pledge sheets and joint industry planning group/shared strategic
more. initiative process. Additionally, the NBF provides for
an ongoing idea exchange forum for the technology scores, bowlers received awards exclusive to the
leaders in the bowling industry. Sport Bowling program.
BI's primary responsibility is oversight of the $13 “With Sport Bowling, bowlers are realizing the
million Bowling Inc. Shared Services operation at level of success is based directly on their skills” said
Bowling Headquarters in Greendale, Wis. The ABC/WIBC Director of Research Neil Stremmel. “It's
ultimate goal of both organizations is to foster an challenging to play on these conditions, but it
increase in all forms of membership and drive more strengthens skills, with the end result being better
traffic to bowling centers. bowlers and better bowling.”
Please submit all résumés and credentials for the
Director-at-Large position to Jack Moran, Chairman, Free Treasure Software for league
Nominating Committee, Roseland Bowl, 4357 secretaries
Recreation Drive, Canadaigua, NY 14424, via e-mail
at email@example.com or by phone at (716) 394- offered to sanctioned Sport Bowling
Popularity of Sport Bowling leagues (Originally released Aug. 29) -- Sport Bowling
league secretaries now can save time and handle
and centers their duties more efficiently with the Perfect Secretary
continues to grow in 2003-03 season 2004 program from Treasure Software, being offered
(Originally released Aug. 29) -- The American to sanctioned Sport Bowling leagues for free by
Bowling Congress/Women’s International Bowling simply contacting Bowling Headquarters.
Congress Sport Bowling program continued to The software allows league secretaries to input
establish itself nationwide as the pinnacle bowler information (name, address, weekly scores,
membership level for bowling during the 2002-03 etc.) into the program and upload that to the National
season. Sport Bowling Database through the bowl.com Web
Sport Bowling was available in 180 centers in 43 site. This allows a league’s scores to be tracked
U.S. states and in Japan during the 2002-03 season. electronically at Bowling Headquarters so that
There were 177 leagues offering this exciting bowlers can compare their scores to others in Sport
opportunity to step up to the challenge. This was up Bowling leagues across the country on
from the 131 centers and 149 leagues that offered SportBowling.com.
Sport Bowling during its inaugural season of 2001- This method saves time and effort for league
02. secretaries and eliminates the need to fax, e-mail or
With 17 centers each, Michigan and Illinois mail league scores to Bowling Headquarters for
ranked No. 1 on the list of states with bowling centers submission into the National Sport Bowling
offering Sport Bowling leagues. Florida was third with Database.
14 centers, followed by California with 13, The software is compatible for any Sport Bowling
Pennsylvania with 12 and Ohio with 10. league (American Bowling Congress, Women’s
“More and more bowlers are picking up on the International Bowling Congress, Young American
fact that competing on Sport Bowling lane conditions Bowling Alliance and mixed) and also can be used
is both fun and rewarding,” said Director of Sport for non-Sport Bowling leagues.
Bowling Steve Wunderlich. “While bowling on these To obtain the Perfect Secretary 2004 edition for
challenging conditions requires both accuracy and free, leagues and bowling centers must be
consistency to be successful, in the end, if you allow sanctioned for Sport Bowling competition.
it to, Sport Bowling will make you a better bowler.” To receive the software, contact ABC/WIBC
Bowlers must demonstrate considerable skill to Research Engineer Nichole DePaul at (800) 514-
achieve Sport Bowling honor scores. In the 2002-03 BOWL, Ext. 3295, or e-mail
season, there were 13 300 games, eight 299 games firstname.lastname@example.org.
and four 298 games. In addition, there were two 800
series and 270 700 series. By attaining these honor Final standings and prize distribution
for 2003 WIBC Championship undergraduate or six credit hours graduate required),
possess a CBUSA membership or pay a non-
Tournament member participation fee of $20 and maintain a
(Originally released Aug. 21) -- The Women’s
minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) as
International Bowling Congress has posted the final
determined by the college at which they are enrolled.
standings and prize fund distribution for the 2003
Student-athletes have a maximum of four years
WIBC Championship Tournament, held March 20-
eligibility in the CBUSA Collegiate Singles
July 9 at the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nev.
The listing can be found on
Qualifying for the national event will be held at the
WIBCtournament.com; click on each division to
four Intercollegiate Bowling Championships Sectional
locate the final standings. In addition, prize checks
Qualifier sites prior to the IBC Sectionals held in
were mailed Aug. 22 to team captains.
March 2004. All participants will bowl six games of
The WIBC Championship Tournament attracts
competition with total pinfall determining final
bowlers from every U.S. state and Canada, as well
standings. The top four finishers in each division
as international participants from Australia, Bermuda,
(male and female) at each IBC Sectional Qualifier
England, Japan and elsewhere. It is the largest
site will advance to the National Collegiate Singles
participatory sporting event in the world for women.
Championship at a to be determined location
Upcoming WIBC Championship Tournament
following the 2003-04 college bowling season.
locations include: Wichita, Kan., in 2004; Tulsa,
At the national finals, all 16 participants in each
Okla., in 2005; Reno in 2006; and Charlotte, N.C., in
division will bowl eight games of qualifying to
determine seeding for the match play competition. In
The Championship Tournament features the
the match play portion of the event, participants will
following divisions: Classic for bowlers with averages
compete in a best-of-five single-elimination bracket,
of 190 and above; Division 1 for averages of 170-
with winners in each division being crowned as
189; Division 2 for averages of 150-169; and Division
champions of the 2004 Collegiate Singles
3 for averages of 131-149. This year’s tournament
Championship. The male and female champions will
also included a new test division, Division 4, for
also earn automatic berths into the 2005 USA
bowlers with averages of 130 and below. The
Bowling National Amateur Championships.
division’s goal is to provide bowlers with lower
The entry fee for the Collegiate Singles
averages the opportunity to compete with others of
Championship is $30 per participant. Multiple entries
are not accepted. Participants may bowl at any
sectional qualifier location. Participation as an
College Bowling USA to conduct individual in singles competition does not constitute a
collegiate singles championship in year of College Bowling USA eligibility.
2004 There is no limit to the number of participants
(Originally released Aug. 20) -- College Bowling from any university.
USA has announced that it will conduct a national College Bowling USA serves as the national
Collegiate Singles Championship at Olympic Lanes governing body of intercollegiate bowling by
in Milwaukee on May 20-22, 2004. The event will monitoring the eligibility of student-athletes,
feature the top 16 male and top 16 female collegiate sanctioning intercollegiate competitions and
bowlers in the country competing for national conducting national championship events.
collegiate singles titles. College Bowling USA is funded by the American
The event will replace the Association of College Bowling Congress and Women’s International
Unions International Men’s and Women’s National Bowling Congress.
Championships as the premier individual college For more information on the Collegiate Singles
bowling event supported by CBUSA. Championship, contact College Bowling USA at (800)
Eligible participants must be full-time students 514-BOWL, Ext. 3402, or visit
enrolled in the Spring 2004 semester at a higher collegebowlingusa.com.
education institution (a minimum of 12 credit hours
Notes Chamberlain also placed third at the PBA Senior
(Originally released Sept. 5) -- Bob Clarksville (Tenn.) Open. This is the first time
Chamberlain was voted Bowling Writers Chamberlain has been accorded BWAA’s
Association of America Bowler of the Month for monthly honor. Amateur Missy Bellinder,
August. Chamberlain, a 54-year-old right-hander Fullerton, Calif., a California State University-
from Auburn Hills, Mich., captured his fourth Fullerton senior and former Team USA player
Professional Bowlers Association Senior Tour title who won the Open Division of the fifth annual
Aug. 27 by defeating Sal Bongiorno, Hollywood, Professional Women’s Bowling Association
Fla., 2-0 (269-234 and 279-165) in the single- Regional Players Championship in Las Vegas,
elimination, best-of-three final round of the PBA was a distant runner-up in the balloting.
Senior Days Inn Open in Jackson, Mich.
2003 WIBC TOURNAMENT RESULTS
National Bowling Stadium, Reno, Nev.
Final (Originally released Aug. 21)
Be sure to visit WIBCtournament.com or bowl.com
Berg, Laurie Woodstock, IL
CLASSIC TEAM (Above 946 Average) 2. McLean, Virgina Miamisburg, OH 1228 $1,439.50
1. Barry Asher's Embroidery Yorba Linda, CA 3220 $1,207.00 Major, Cindi Columbus, KS
2. Storm Buffalo Cheektowaga, NY 3217 $951.00 4. Krajewski, Kathy Appleton, WI 1227
3. Shootin' Nines Stroudsburg, PA 3210 $811.00 $1,100.00
4. Ebonite Antioch, CA Radcliffe, Sherry Versailles, KY
3196 $716.00 5. Lofland, La Joye Oxon Hill, MD 1226 $963.00
5. Together Again North Richland Hills, TX 3175 Joppy, Cheryl Hyattsville, MD
DIVISION 1 SINGLES (170-189 Average)
CLASSIC DOUBLES (379 Average and Over) 1. Lewis, Debra Kalamazoo, MI 712 $2,466.00
1. Collura, Karen Toronto, ON 1496 2. Molstad, Mindy Wheaton, IL 703
Ward, Connie Hamilton, ON 3. Arthur, Cheletta Baton Rouge, LA 692 $1,307.00
2. Adler, Kim Merritt Island, FL 1397 4. Hicks, Patti Blanchard, MI 684 $1,067.00
$616.00 5. Lundy, Lorelei Panama City, FL 671 $905.00
Wolfe, Brandi Tempe, AZ
Edwards, Jackie Simi Valley, CA 1397 $616.00 DIVISION 1 ALL-EVENTS (170-189 Average)
Milligan, Tennelle Yorba Linda, CA 1. Molstad, Mindy Wheaton, IL 1873
4. Nieter, Kristin Dublin, OH 1368 $1,491.00
$477.00 2. Raleigh, Kim Rio Rancho, NM 1867 $1,042.00
Watson, Kari Kettering, OH 3. Kramer, Candy Hemet, CA 1857
5. Grova, Nitraya Coral Springs, FL 1359 $425.00 $810.00
Ham, Corrine Cocoa, FL 4. Lewis, Debra Kalamazoo, MI 1851 $669.00
5. Fritz, Catherine Bayonne, NJ 1836
CLASSIC SINGLES (190 Average and Over) $575.00
1. Feldman, Michelle Skaneateles, NY 764
$1,033.00 DIVISION 2 TEAM (746-845 Average)
2. Morgan, Janeen Randallstown, MD 757 $723.00 1. Country Gals California, MD 2790 $7,241.00
3. Steiner, Karen Fort Mill, SC 738 2. Left-Overs New Lebanon, OH 2696
4. Norman, Carol Ardmore, OK 724 3. Sharp Shooters Charlotte, NC 2681 $4,423.00
$472.00 4. Bama Buddies Gadsden, AL 2660
5. Dorin-Ballard, Carolyn North Richland Hills, TX 720 $3,496.00
$408.00 Quiet Riot Temple Hills, MD 2660
CLASSIC ALL-EVENTS (190 Average and Over)
1. Feldman, Michelle Skaneateles, NY 2048 DIVISION 2 DOUBLES (299-338 Average)
$672.00 1. Jones, Mary Ann Glendale, AZ 1208
2. Bishop, Lisa Belleville, MI 2045 $5,113.00
$482.00 Jones, Jodi Glendale, AZ
Adler, Kim Merritt Island, FL 2043 2. Woodington, Kelly Nicole Wilmington, NC 1198 $3,829.00
$334.66 White, Willa Wilmington, NC
Dorin-Ballard, Carolyn North Richland Hills, TX 3. Beesley, Pamela Taylor, MI 1168 $2,824.50
2043 $334.66 Albanys, Debi Woodhaven, MI
Milligan, Tennelle Yorba Linda, CA 2043 $334.66 3. Pattison, Molly Redwood Valley, CA 1168
DIVISION 1 TEAM (846-945 Average) Hensel, Mary Dingmans Ferry, PA
1. Caveman Bowl Grants Pass, OR 2906 $2,425.00 5. Whitney, Patty Guasti, CA 1167
2. Don't Sleep On Us Dunkirk, MD $2,223.00
2853 $1,908.00 Hancock, Angela Guasti, CA
3. Left Out 2 Wauconda, IL 2821
$1,604.00 DIVISION 2 SINGLES (150-169 Average)
4. Stampede #1 Los Angeles 2796 1. Hockman, Deborah Downingtown, PA 674
5. K C Ladies I Kansas City, KS 2792 $1,259.00 2. Peterson, Jennifer Milwaukee 668
DIVISION 1 DOUBLES (339-378 Average) 3. Eklund, Evelyn Minot, ND 665 $2,777.00
1. Milner, Frostenia Greensboro, NC 1229 $2,085.00 4. McAllister, Rae Huntington, CA 640 $2,253.00
Terry, Rhonda Greensboro, NC 5. Murray, Barbara Sparks, NV 636
2. Bankus, Marcella Barrington, IL 1228 $1,439.50 $1,900.00
DIVISION 4 DOUBLES (260 and Under Average)
DIVISION 2 ALL-EVENTS (150-169 Average) 1. Lucas, Linda Lake Charles, LA 1004 $1,412.00
1. Carpenter, Jane Durham, NC 1837 Morasco, Lisa Sulphur, LA
$2,994.00 2. Nickley, Sharon Twain Harte, CA 974 $1,009.00
2. Maiale, Fran Mira Loma, CA 1771 $2,052.00 Williams, Arleen Mi-Wuk Village, CA
3. Vargas, Anita Port Hueneme, CA 1761 $1,573.00 3. LeWright, Cynthia Brentwood, CA 970
4. Baxter, Barbara Mount Holly, NJ 1748 $1,283.00 $803.00
5. Eklund, Evelyn Minot, ND 1732 $1,087.00 Sherman, Linda Bethel Island, CA
4. Cook, Patsy Elgin, TX 964 $678.00
DIVISION 3 TEAM (651-745 Average) Shirley, Jeannine Del Valle, TX
1. Sassy Mommas Clarksville, AR 2509 $5,182.00 5. Lawson, Colleen Vernal, UT 956
2. Have Ball, Will Travel Wyoming, MI $593.00
2465 $3,948.00 Mathews, KatieJo Vernal, UT
3. SLO Children At Play San Luis Obispo, CA
2441 $3,221.00 DIVISION 4 SINGLES (130 and Under Average)
4. Sterling Photo I Palm Bay, FL 2437 1. Hardyman, Molly Grove City, OH 610 $1,766.00
$2,744.00 2. Porath, Kristen Windom, MN 558
5. The Crystal M & M's Belgrade, MT 2426 $1,083.00
$2,405.00 Reardon, Sharon Harper Woods, MI 558 $1,083.00
4. Remiger, Carole Wabasso, MN 556 $775.00
DIVISION 3 DOUBLES (261-298 Average) 5. Walker, Shelia Los Angeles 554
1. Perkins, Sylvia Lake Forest, CA 1111 $3,989.00 $661.00
Carroll, Latricia Tustin, CA
2. Morris, Brenda Bozeman, MT 1097 $3,001.00 DIVISION 4 ALL-EVENTS (130 and Under Average)
Parry, Michele Belgrade, MT 1. Hardyman, Molly Grove City, OH 1638 $1,024.00
3. Dillard, Charissa Bartlett, IL 1078 2. Porath, Kristen Windom, MN 1526
Gaston, Donna Park Forest, IL 3. Walker, Shelia Los Angeles 1489
4. Kostman, Doris Ohio, IL 1076 $2,031.00 $569.00
Smith, Dawn Youngstown, OH 4. Houser, Mary Fairfield, CA 1487
5. Kaufmann, Lorie Oak Harbor, WA 1072 $1,758.00 $476.00
Pointer, Marilyn Attalla, AL 5. Trevino, Jean Goldthwaite, TX 1479 $412.00
DIVISION 3 SINGLES (131-149 Average)
1. Molina, Carol Moriarty, NM 604 $4,156.00
2. Achatz, Hope Alamosa, CO 603
3. Stewart, Marion Claypool, AZ 602
4. Collins, Jackie Denison, TX 594
5. Freiburger, Sylisa Orlando, FL 590
DIVISION 3 ALL-EVENTS (131-149 Average)
1. Hamer, Melody North Riverside, IL 1625 $2,295.00
2. Pings, Elizabeth Cincinnati 1623 $1,585.00
3. Walker, Laurie Casa Grande, AZ 1622 $1,221.00
4. Jones, Tracy Easton, KS 1617
5. Key, Telissa Decatur, AL 1616
DIVISION 4 TEAM (650 and Under Average)
1. Prairie Gals Cottonwood, ID 2228 $1,275.00
2. Blue Berry Twist Oroville, CA 2187
3. S W E A R To Bowl Vine Grove, KY 2186
4. Anderson's Trailer Park Springfield, FL 2183
5. Pussy Cats Kissimmee, FL 2182 $680.00