Team usa bowling 2010

team usa bowling 2010

7. On Friday, Hess was selected to the four-member Team USA roster for the IBF Masters World Championships. The event will. Last year in San Juan, Puerto Rico, the Team USA women won gold in trios, team, all-events and Masters. "Being together as a team and having a. Janawicz, the 2010 USBC Team USA Trials champion, became the second two-time winner on the men's side and the event's oldest winner at 46.

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2009-2010 Shocker Bowling Media Guide

The Shocker Bowling Program has released their full length, in-depth media guide for the 2009-2010 season. Media and fans of the Shockers will have bio’s, stories, records and statistics all compiled into a colorful, engaging piece with photos and charts.

The 77-page, full color media guide looks at the 2009-2010 team rosters, player and coach bio’s, tournament schedule, tournament outlooks and tournament formats. In addition, the guide recaps last season’s achievements (including the men’s and women's ninth national championships), statistics and records. Finally, the guide leads readers through the history of the Shockers as it covers past national champions, honors and awards, records, professional players, international players and the economic impact of the bowling team.

Sample Pages Below

Sample page of the 2009-2010 Shocker Bowling Media Guide.

Sample page of the 2009-2010 Shocker Bowling Media Guide.

Sample page of the 2009-2010 Shocker Bowling Media Guide.

Sample page of the 2009-2010 Shocker Bowling Media Guide.

“The media guide is a great way for people to not only see this year’s team but also to learn what the program is all about,” said Head Coach Gordon Vadakin. “I would encourage media, fans and family members to take this opportunity to see what this program really has to offer.”

• This beautiful publication can be yours for only a minimum contribution of $75 each. Payment can be made by check, money order or credit card.

• Your contribution will go to the Shocker Bowling Scholarship Fund. $63 of you contribution is tax-deductible. A receipt will be mail or emailed to you.

• Please fill out the form below and follow the submission instructions.

Download the 2009-2010 Official Shocker Bowling Media Guide Order Form

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Palmdale Youth To Represent USA In International Bowling Competition

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team usaArlington, Texas in January of 2010 The International Bowling Campus opened its doors. As a joint venture between the USBC and BPAA it is the educational, governing and scientific center for the Sport of Bowling. It’s where bowling’s brightest minds gather to pass knowledge to the next generation of enthusiasts, and help the elders reminisce.

The 100,000-square-foot campus features the sport’s kid-friendly Hall of Fame and Museum, a state-of-the art training and research facility known as the ITRC or International Research and Training Center, and Headquarters to both bowling’s governing body the USBC and the BPAA.

The International Training and Research Center is recognized by the US Olympic Committee as  an official Olympic Training Facility for the Sport of Bowling. It is home to Bowling’s Team USA and is the only organization authorized to send athletes to represent the United States in International competition. As of this year Team USA Bowling officially consists of three divisions, Adult Team USA – this is typically where you see the athletes considered professionals competing such as Chris Barnes, Shannon O’Keefe, etc., Junior Team USA – which consists of athletes whose age falls within U20 and below, Development Team USA – which was officially announced last year during the North Pointe Junior Gold National Championships. The new Development Team USA consists of athletes in the U15 age group with two male and two female members. Recently the 2013 Development Team USA was featured on the Home Page of USBC’s Bowl.com.

Of interest to readers are two familiar names from the ranks of California’s Competitive Youth Bowlers, Wesley Low, Jr. and Ashley Dunn. Not only are Wesley and Ashley both from California, but they are both from Palmdale, California. In fact they have spent the past 5 years calling the same bowling center their home, Brunswick Vista Lanes. Wesley and Ashley earned their positions on the team by being the top qualifiers in the U15 Division of the 2012 Junior Gold National Tournament. Bradley Crouse from Nazareth, PA and Breanna Clemmer from Clover, SC were selected to the team as Champions of the U15 Division of Junior Gold.

The Development Team USA will compete this August in the 2013 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas, an annual WTBA and PABCON sanctioned tournament held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for International competition between the 27 member Federations known as the Americas Zone (PABCON). This year is the first year that the U15 Team is known as the Development Team USA where members earned their positions through qualifying competition, but it’s not the first year that the US has put a team on the lanes in the U15 Division. In fact both Wesley Low, Jr. and Ashley Dunn had been selected by the Coaches of Team USA to participate in the 50th Anniversary of the Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas last year. The U15 Team earned a Gold Medal in team competition with Wesley Low, Jr., Ashley Dunn, Kamron Doyle, and Kaitlyn Eder as members of the 2012 team.

During the 2012 tournament both Wesley and Ashley earned their share of individual medals as well, with Ashley earning 7 (5 Gold & 2 Silver), while Wesley earned 6 (4 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze).  Ashley not only earned her share of medals, but set two tournament records. The first came in Singles with total pin fall of 2,322 for the 12 game competition breaking the previous record of 2,285 set in 2009 by Tatiana Munoz from Colombia. The second record was in High 3 Game Series with total pin fall of 664 breaking the previous record of 659 also set in 2009 by Ana Koff from the USA. Wesley and Ashley are extremely proud to have the honor of representing our Nation as competitors in the Sport they love, and no doubt are hoping to lead the team to Gold again in 2013.

It is worth noting that Wesley Low, Jr. earned a position on the U20 Junior Team USA in January of this year by being the high male youth qualifier at the annual Team USA Trials, and will also represent the USA as a member of that team during the PABCON Youth Championships in Puerto Rico July 6th – 13th.

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Jones, Barnes Retire From Team USA

For the last decade, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, South Carolina, and Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, have been staples of the Team USA program and regulars on the medal stand at events across the globe.

The two recently helped the United States to a tournament-best eight-medal performance at the 2018 World Bowling Men's Championships in Hong Kong, and the event will mark their last as members of Team USA.

After a combined 27 years on Team USA, Barnes and Jones have decided to retire from the program, though both will continue to compete professionally.

Barnes, a 48-year-old right-hander, is a 16-time Team USA member, while Jones, a 40-year-old right-hander, has made 11 appearances on the team. Jones also spent one year on Junior Team USA.

Barnes and Jones have won dozens of medals competing for Team USA, and their success together includes four world championships - three in the coveted five-player team event (2008, 2010 and 2017) and one doubles title (2017).

The duo will be recognized during a special Team USA celebration at the 2019 USBC Convention in Las Vegas. The upcoming Convention is scheduled for April 29-May 2.


Release courtesy of Matt Cannizzaro, USBC Communications

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Innovations & Achievements through the BOWLING INDUSTRY

USOC - Only person from the bowling industry selected by the U.S. Olympic Committee for a National Coaching award

................. ~ 2010 National Developmental Coach of the YearBOWL.com article (July 2011).............. First person in U.S. Olympic Committee history to be selected for two (2) National Coaching awards

.................~ 2010 and 2012 National Developmental Coach of the Year
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(consecutive Olympic Game years)

USOC Developmental Coach of the Year
Wikipedia - USOC Coach of Year

The United States Olympic Committee (USOC) National Developmental Coach of the Year is selected from all 47 sports within the USOC system; and coaches at the youth club, high school, junior level or is directly responsible for coaching athletes to the junior and/or elite level.

USBC - Only person selected for all three of these USBC National Recognitions:

................... ..~2013 Joyce Deitch Unity Award.BOWL.com article (Feb 2013)

................... ..~2009 Kerm Helmer Horizon Award.BOWL.com article (Feb 2009)...

................... ..~2008 David Dahms Coach of the Year.BOWL.com article (July 2008)

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- Only person inducted in both Florida State USBC Hall of Fames - Meritorious Service ('13) and Ability ('06)

- First person to be Head Coach of National (’95-'97), College (’00-'01) & High School (’08-'13) bowling teams

- First person to complete the USA Bowling GOLD Certification Program(completed 12/99 - approved 2/3/2000)

- Developmental coach of USBC Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrowand Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow
.......................................................... Crystal Singh (2018) ....................................... Andrew Koff (2010)

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- Founder & Director - U.S. High School Bowling National Championship(www.ushsbf.org)

...... 2016 to Present

..............2018 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship (www.2018nationalchampionship.com)
................... ..~ Coming to Fairview Heights, Illinois / June 23-25, 2018

..............2017 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship (www.2017nationalchampionship.com)
................... ..~600 registered bowlers / 22 States represented / Hosted in Smyrna, Tennessee

..............2016 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship (www.2016nationalchampionship.com)
................... ..~ 240 registered bowlers / 8 States represented / Hosted in Tamarac, Florida

- Founder & President - U.S. High School Bowling Foundation(www.ushsbf.org)

.....  2012 to Present

................... ..~ 1,255 records (28 national, 751 state, 476 county) across 34 states
................... ..~ 1,431 – 300 games and 183 – 800 series, dating as far back as 1971
................... ..~ More than 2,800 hours of ongoing research, compilation, and website management
................... ..~ First national high school bowling scoring records system

 

- Founder of Broward County High School Bowling(www.hsbowling.org)

.....  2010 to Present

................... ..~ Official FHSAA District 15 for Bowling in 2013, to present
................... ..~ Volunteered well over 3,000 hours in facilitating all aspects

 

- Creator of the Junior Master Certificate Program (www.worldmike.com/juniormaster.html)

.....  2000 to Present.......... Innovative and evolving scoring system focuses on specific skill drills with positive reinforcement.
.......... Over the past 18 years, 87 Junior Master and 2 Special certificates covering seven different levels
.......... have been awarded::Quad, Triple, Double and Platinum, Gold, Silver & BronzeJM Certificates
 

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- Creator of the first online dynamic and interactive bowling ball information system that compared

.. ALL manufacturer's bowling balls equally. Bowling Ball Info (www.worldmike.com/bbi.html)

......2003 - 2014

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- First American to coach in the Venezuelan Youth National Championships: Head Coach,Carabobo ....1997- First American to win a World Championship as Head Coach of any foreign national team.....  1995............ ..~1995 FIQ World Champions, Reno, US - Women's Doubles GOLD Medal ~ - First American Head Coach of the Thailand National Team (Thai Tenpin Bowling Congress).....  1995- First American to coach in the Swedish National League:Head Coach, BK Örnen.....  1992 - 1995 & 1996

Bowling Industry INVENTION 

- Inventor of the Crossover Chair... world's only wheelchair designed for bowling and more!

www.crossoverchair.com

www.crossoverchair.net

The Crossover Chair is first wheelchair designed for bowling..The technology allows the seat the ability to shift either right or left and tilt right or left with with the push a button..The Crossover Chair provides an unprecedented amount of clearance and leverage by allowing the armswing to swing on a vertical plane, just like able-bodied bowlers..And when finished bowling, or any other activity, the user simply presses the the "Home" button to return the seat to a neutral everyday-use position.

For everyday use, the Crossover Chair invention offers users an unprecedented increased range of motion, including the ability of picking up an object directly from the floor while remaining fully seated!. Additionally, Crossover Chair technology also allows the seat to offset directly against the bed so the user can easily slide from the bed to the wheelchair and from the wheelchair to the bed without having to deal the space created by normal wheelchairs, scooters and powerchairs.

.......... ~ Two (2) U.S. Patents:: #8,685,600 -/- #8,684,398 .......... ~ Currently in the FDA approval process  

.............+ Adjustable wheelchair seat provides variable amount of lateral shift -- right and left
.............+ Variable amount of left and right tilt capability
.............+ Lateral shift and tilt functions are independent of each other
.............+ Each lateral shift and tilt functions can have their own command switch and can be
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dependently or simultaneously

.......... ~ Demonstration provided to the American Wheelchair Bowling Association (AWBA) in Tampa, FL - June '15 .......... ~ The Crossover Chair wheelchair was debuted in Bowl Expo in 2014 in Orlando.(Click here to see Bowl Expo flyer)

Coaching Highlights

- Developmental and/or High School Head Coach of six (6) Dexter/USBC High School All-America selections
- ---Crystal Singh '16/17, Krystina Nealon '13/14 , Ana Koff '09/10 , Andrew Koff '09/10 - '08/09 - ’07/08

- Developmental and/or High School Head Coach of seven (7) FHSAA Florida High School State “Singles” Champions
---.-GIRLS - 2017 Crystal Singh (Broward Co.), 2013 Krystina Nealon (Broward Co.), 2009 Ana Koff (Miami-Dade Co.),2004 Samantha Hesley(Palm Beach Co.)
--.--BOYS - 2010 Nick Speanburg (Palm Beach Co.),2006 Andrew Koff (Miami-Dade Co.), 2004 Jesse Thrash (Miami-Dade Co.)

- Developmental and/or High School Head Coach of nineteen (19) High School County “Bowler of the Year” selections
----.> Broward County - '17, '16, '13, '12 Girls/ '17, '12 Boys
----.> Miami-Dade County - '13, '09, '08, '07, '06, '04 Boys / '09 Girls
----.> Palm Beach County - '14, '11, '10 Boys / '06, '05, '04 Girls

- Developmental Coach for 2-time USBC Open Champion - Matthew Tuckfield (age 14 thru high school)
  • 2015 USBC Open - Team All-Events CHAMPION ./.Regular Team Event - 3rd Place :"Junior Team USA Support 1" (El Paso)
  • 2013 USBC Open - Regular Team All-Events CHAMPION ./.Regular Team Event - 2nd Place :"Junior Team USA Support 1" (Reno)
  • 2012 USBC Women's Open - 300 Game (Baton Rouge)
- Developmental Coach for Junior Team USA Member – Samantha Hesley (age 14 thru college)
  • Member of Junior Team USA - 2010
  • 2012 NCAA National Championship – Team 3rd Place – Vanderbilt University
  • 2011 NCAA National Championship – Team Runner-Up – Vanderbilt University
  • 2009 USBC Collegiate – NATIONAL CHAMPIONS – Wichita State University
  • Highest Average in the United States (221) by a female youth bowler during the 2007/08 USBC league season
  • Previous Florida Youth State Record holder for 3-game series – 844 (2008)
  • 2004 FHSAA Florida State High School Girls "Singles" Champion
- Developmental Coach for Junior Team USA Member – Andrew Koff (age 7 thru high school)
  • Member of Junior Team USA – 2009, '10, '11, ’12
  • 1 Gold Medal & 1 Silver for Team USA in the 2012 Youth World Championships in THAILAND
  • 2 Gold Medals & 1 Silver for Team USA in the 2010 Youth World Championships in FINLAND
  • 2010 USBC Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow
  • 3-time Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team - 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10
  • 2nd youth bowler in U.S. history to win a Professional Bowlers Association tournament - PBA Southern Region, Jupiter, FL (2010)
  • 2006 FHSAA Florida State High School Boys "Singles" Champion
- Developmental Coach for Crystal Singh (age 14 to present)
  • 2018 USBC Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow
  • Dexter/USBC High School All-American Team - 2016/17
  • 2017 FHSAA Florida State High School Bowling - Girls "Singles" Champion
  • 2017 FHSAA Florida State High School Bowling - Girls "Team" Runner-Up
  • 2016 FHSAA Florida State High School Bowling - Girls Highest Average (217.5) in Florida
  • 2016 Florida State USBC Youth Tournament - Girls Scratch All-Events Champion
  • 2016 U.S. High School Bowling National Championship - 2nd Place in Team Event / 3rd Place in Singles Event
- Personal Coach for 2001 Team USA Member – Shawn Evans- Personal Coach of the only woman to roll sanctioned 300 games right ('98) and left ('03) handed - Lesley Boszcar.- 6 Silver Medals – 1997 Youth National Championships, Valencia, Venezuela . Carabobo State Team- GOLD Medal (Women’s Doubles) – 1995 FIQ WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS, Reno, U.S.. Team THAILAND- 4 Gold Medals (10 medals overall) – 1995 South East Asian Games, Rayong, Thailand . Team THAILAND- Coached bowlers to medals and championships in ALL five (5) countries of work. Click to see International Resume  

Team USA - Coaching & Service Highlights

- 35 Gold, 11 Silver, 17 Bronze Medals – 2013 Tournament of the Americas, Sunrise, FL.Team USA ................ VOLUNTEER- 28 Gold, 14 Silver, 10 Bronze Medals – 2012 Tournament of the Americas, Tamarac, FL.Team USA ................ VOLUNTEER- 20 Gold, 3 Silver, 5 Bronze Medals – 2007 Tournament of the Americas, Tamarac, FL.Team USA Youth ..VOLUNTEER- Hosted six (6) Team USA local qualifying tournaments in 2000, Sunrise & Tamarac, FL

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- Team Leader – 1997 FIQ American Youth Zone, Orlando, FL (see International Org. Letters, p.3).Team USA Youth ..VOLUNTEER 

Awards & Service Recognitions from the Bowling Industry & Community

National USBC

U.S. Olympic Committee (USOC)

2013 Joyce Deitch Unity Award (Industry)

2012 National Developmental Coach of the Year

2009 Kerm Helmer Horizon Award (Coaching

2010 National Developmental Coach of the Year

2008 David Dahms Coach of the Year (Coaching)

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2012 Developmental Coach of the Year for Bowling

Florida State USBC Youth

2011 Developmental Coach of the Year for Bowling

2014 Meritorious Service Hall of Fame

2010 Developmental Coach of the Year for Bowling

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2008 Developmental Coach of the Year for Bowling

Florida State USBC Mens

 

2013 Meritorious Service Hall of Fame

 

2006 Ability Hall of Fame

BROWARD COLLEGE

(Only person of both Florida State USBC Hall of Fames)

2012 Alumni Hall of Distinction

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(First sports industry recipient in the college's 52 year history)

Broward County USBC

2015 Meritorious Service Hall of Fame

 

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Greater Miami USBC

 

1992 Ability Hall of Fame

 

Service to the Bowling Industry & Community

Founder / Director - U.S. High School Bowling National Championship (annual tournament)Jan '16-PRESENT

VOLUNTEER

South Zone Director - Florida State USBC Bowling Association
.. - High School Bowling Committee, Chair
.. - Awards CommitteeOct ’15-PRESENT"INCREASE YOUR AVERAGE - GOLD SERIES” video contributor - USBC on DVD Dec '14

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Consultant - Broward County High School Bowling (www.hsbowling.org)July '14-PRESENT

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Pro Shop Operator (part-time) - All Family Pro Shop / AG’s Pro Shop, Margate, FLNov '13-PRESENTGuest Coach - Team USA, Tournament of Americas, Sunrise, FLJuly 2013

VOLUNTEER

HEAD COACH - Hollywood Christian School, Hollywood, FLSept '13 - July'14

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HEAD COACH - Northeast High School, Ft. Lauderdale, FLSept '13 - July'14

VOLUNTEER

Director - Broward County USBC Bowling Association
.. - Youth Hall of Fame Committee, Chair
.. - Policy & Procedures Committee, Chair
.. - High School Bowling Committee, Co-Chair
.. - AMF Margate Lanes, House RepresentativeJan ’13-PRESENT

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HEAD COACH - Highland Christian School, Deerfield Beach, FLSept '12 - July'14

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HEAD COACH - Miramar High School, Miramar, FLSept '12 - July'14

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Guest Coach - Team USA, Tournament of Americas, Tamarac, FLJuly 2012

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Founder / President - United States High School Bowling Foundation (www.ushsbf.org) Jan '12-PRESENT

VOLUNTEER

HEAD COACH - J.P. Taravella High School, Tamarac, FLSept '11 - July'12

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HEAD COACH - Zion Lutheran School, Pompano Beach, FLSept '11 - July'14

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HEAD COACH - Coral Glades High School, Coral Springs, FLSept '10 - July'14

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HEAD COACH - Stranahan High School, Ft. Lauderdale, FLSept '10 - July'12

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Founder / Director / Coach / Webmaster - Broward County High School BowlingAug '10 - July'14

VOLUNTEER

Technical Advisor / Coach - St. Andrews School, Boca RatonOct '10 - Nov '16 HEAD COACH - Gulliver Preparatory School, Miami, FLAug '08 - May '08 Youth Coach - Team USA, Tournament of Americas, Tamarac, FLJuly 2007

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Volunteer Coach - Gulliver Preparatory School, Miami, FLAug '06 - May '08

VOLUNTEER

Board of Directors - Survivors Charter School of Boynton Beach, FLJuly '05 - May '06

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Owner / Operator / Coaching - WorldMike’s Pro Shop, Margate, FLJune '05 - Nov '13Volunteer Coach - Brunswick Margate's Youth League (Saturday Morning), Margate, FLMay '05 - June '15

VOLUNTEER

Founder / Owner - Bowling Ball Info, Inc. (www.bowlingballinfo.com)Oct '03 - Feb '14 Presenter / Instructor - Bowlers Educational Clinics (BEC)April '00 - May '04HEAD COACH - University of Miami Bowling Team (Men & Women), Miami, FLSept '00- June '01

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Professional Bowling Instructor - Ft. Lauderdale, FLMay '98 - PRESENTCoaching Consultant - Brasilia, BRAZILApril '98 - May '98HEAD COACH - Carabobo Youth Team, Valencia, VENEZUELANov '97 - Dec '97Coaching Consultant - São Paulo & Brasilia, BRAZILJuly '97 - May '98Team Leader - Team USA, FIQ American Youth Zone, Orlando, FLJune 1997

VOLUNTEER

HEAD COACH - Saudi Arabia NATIONAL TEAM, Riyadh, SAUDI ARABIAMay '96 - Mar' 97HEAD COACH - Thailand NATIONAL TEAM, Bangkok, THAILANDMay '95 - Jan '96HEAD COACH - BK Örnen (Eagle Bowling Club), Norrköping, SWEDENSept '92 - May '95Manager Pro Shop - Paula Carter's Pro Bowl, Homestead, FL July '91 - Sept '92Owner / Operator / Coaching - Mike’s Pro Shop, Miami, FLNov '85 - June '91Started ball drilling at age 16 - worked in various pro shops, Miami & Hollywood, FL1978 - October '85 

SPECIAL-NEEDS COACHING

Michael has been providing individual and group lessons to all levels of wheelchair bowlers
(including disabled veterans) and ‘Special Olympics’ bowlers since 2000.

Harvey Buchholz (age 69) – Gold Medal – 2013 National Veterans Wheelchair Games ............................ (age 68) – Gold Medal – 2012 National Veterans Wheelchair Games Joe Benenati (age 58) – Special Junior Master Certificates - “Silver” and “Bronze” in 2012 (see Andre Wright / Community Letters, p.8)Lorraine Nielsen – Bronze Medal – 2007 Special Olympics World Games, China (see International Org. Letters)
................................................................... USA woman's representative

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COACHING: Seminars / Workshops / Clinics / Tournaments

- (2) Teen Masters Prep Clinics, Tamarac, FLJune '17- (12) Non-Ambulatory Bowling Clinics, National Senior Games, Broward & Palm Beach Counties. Jun ’16 - Sep ‘16- (2) USBC Junior Gold Qualifying tournaments, Margate, FL Apr '15 - May ‘15

VOLUNTEER

- 2nd Annual “Hi-5” High School Bowling Invitational tournament, Margate, FL Apr ‘14

VOLUNTEER

- 3rd Annual Broward / Dade High School Bowling Invitational, FHSAA, Davie, FL Oct ‘13

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- 1st Annual “Hi-5” High School Bowling Invitational tournament, Margate, FL Feb ‘13

VOLUNTEER

- 2nd Annual Broward / Dade High School Bowling Invitational, FHSAA, Davie, FL Oct ‘12

VOLUNTEER

- Founder / President, U.S. High School Bowling Foundation www.ushsbf.org Jan ’12 - PRESENT

VOLUNTEER

- 1st Annual Broward / Dade High School Bowling Invitational, FHSAA, Davie, FL Oct ‘11

VOLUNTEER

- Developmental Clinic for Gulliver Preparatory School, Davie, FLOct '11- USA Bowling Regional Instructor (USBC) – “Teaching Kids Bowling” program Jun ’11 - Mar ’12- Clinics and Lessons, Orlando, FLSept '10- Bowler Development Clinic - WorldMike’s WorkShops, Melbourne, FLAug '10- 3-Day “Ultimate Bowling School”, Margate, FLJuly '10- Tournament Prep & Coaching at Junior Gold Championship, Indianapolis, INJuly '10- Developmental Clinic for St. Andrews School, FHSAA, Boca Raton, FLOct '09- Weekly training for Gulliver Preparatory School, FHSAA, Miami, FLAug - Nov '09- Clinics and Lessons, Orlando, FLMar '09- Weekly training for Gulliver Preparatory School, FHSAA, Miami, FLAug - Nov '08- Weekly training for Gulliver Preparatory School, FHSAA, Miami, FLAug - Nov '07- Developmental Clinics for Ferguson High School, FHSAA, Margate, FLSept - Oct '07- Special Olympics Lessons (2-parts), Team USA Representative, Margate, FLAug '07

VOLUNTEER

- Learn to Bowl Clinic for Youth Automotive Training Center, Margate, FLJune '07

VOLUNTEER

- Technical Advisor/Volunteer Coach for Gulliver Preparatory School, FHSAA, Miami, FLAug '06 - Oct '07- 2-Day Super Seminar – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Margate, FLApril '05- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – Bowlers Educational Clinics, Gaithersburg, MDJan '05- 2-Day Group Lessons, Naples, FLAug '04- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Orlando, FLJune '04- “Performance Anxiety in Sports” research paper presented at the
--2004 American Psychological Society’s National Convention– Chicago, ILMay '04- Senior Bowling Clinic - WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLFeb '03- 2-Day Group Lessons, Indianapolis, INNov '02- Learn to Bowl (3-part course) – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Davie, FLAug - Sept '02- Physical Game – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLJuly '02- Learn to Bowl (3-part course) – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Davie, FLMay - June '02- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Boise, IDMar '02- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLJan '02- Sport Conditions – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Margate, FLJan '02- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FL Oct '01- Advanced Bowling Balls & Ball Reaction – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLOct '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLSept '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLAug '01- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Boynton Beach, FLAug '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLJuly '01- Tournament Prep. & Physical Game – Bowlers Educational Clinics, Queens, NYJuly '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLJune '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLMay '01- Game Improvement – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLMay '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLApril '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLMar '01- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – Bowlers Educational Clinics, Orlando, FLMar '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLFeb '01- Senior Bowling Clinic, WorldMike WorkShops, Davie, FLJan '01- Advanced Bowling Balls & Ball Reaction – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLJan '01- Advanced Bowling Balls & Ball Reaction – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLDec '00- Advanced Bowling Balls & Ball Reaction – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Tamarac, FLNov '00 - Lane Conditions – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Boynton Beach, FLOct '00- Lane Conditions – Bowlers Educational Clinics, Daytona, FLOct '00- Lane Conditions – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLSept '00- Physical Game – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Boynton Beach, FLApr '00- Tournament Preparation – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLMar '00- Hosted six (6) Team USA local qualifying tournaments, Sunrise & Tamarac, FLFeb - May '00

VOLUNTEER

- Lane Conditions & Bowling Balls – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLFeb '00- Physical Game – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLFeb '00- Physical Game – WorldMike’s WorkShops, Sunrise, FLJan '00- 10-day Developmental Clinic – Venezuela Youth Team, Sunrise, FLOct '97   

Articles Published - written by Mike

"At the USOC we recognize that Olympians need nurturing, not only in preparation for elite competition, but also when they are young and looking to enjoy what they do. We’re pleased to have the 2010 National Developmental Coach of the Year Michael Nyitray contribute to this issue by offering his advice on working with young athletes."
..................................................................... --- Alan Ashley, Chief of Sport Performance, USOC (pg. 3, par. 4)
.....................................................................................................USOC Olympic Coach - Winter 2012 edition

- “Comfort is Key to Coaching Young Athletes” - USOC Olympic Coachmagazinep.30-34Winter 2012.

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- "U.S. High School National Championship Catching On” - Bowlers Journal International,
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All-Space Coast Girls Bowling Team of the Decade for 2010-19

When Emily Wheeler of Cocoa and Michael Coffey of Eau Gallie swept the girls and boys state bowling championships in 2011, just the second year of the varsity sport in Brevard County, it became obvious the area had a chance to be one of Florida's best.

Consider it a quickly successful experiment. Just a year before, the varsity sport had been launched by local schools with funding from local bowling center owners.

More:Rockledge's Monique Koehler leads All-Space Coast Girls Bowling list for 2019

Brevard had an active bowling community well before varsity competition began, but the school teams opened the sport to a new crowd, and the results have not slowed. The awards have included five top-five finishes at the FHSAA state tournament and two members of Junior Team USA.

Following the announcement of teams for offensive and defensive football as well as cross country, FLORIDA TODAY set out to select an All-Space Coast Bowling Teams of the Decade.

Ballots for readers to select the top individual boy and girls are linked at floridatoday.com and 321preps.com. Those will be announced in about two weeks.

Here is the All-Decade Girls Bowling Team:

Elise Bolton, Merritt Island: Junior Team USA, 2010 Florida high school 11th-grade champion and first FLORIDA TODAY Girls Bowler of the Year.

Brooke Bonaiuto, Heritage: Top-five state finish in 2014. FLORIDA TODAY Girls Bowler of the Year in 2012. Three-time All-Space Coast.

Bowler Crystal Elliott practices at Brunswick Harbour Lanes in Melbourne.

Crystal Elliott, Eau Gallie: Placed fourth in state in 2015 and 2018. National level competitor. Junior Team USA member. Brevard-record average of 218.4 in 2018.

Carson Hendren, Cocoa: County-high average in 2013. Top-10 state finisher in 2012. Led three-time district championship team.  

Cocoa High’s Carson Hendren had a 191 average. She is All-Space Coast girls bowler of the year.

Gabby Irwin, Merritt Island: Only Brevard girl to bowl 300 in varsity competition. Two-time Cape Coast Conference champion.

Danielle Koehler, Rockledge: 2016 state runner-up and CCC champion. Top-eight state finish in 2015. Two-time FLORIDA TODAY Girls Bowler of the Year.

Rockledge grad Danielle Koehler, the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Bowler of the Week. Courtesy of St. Vincent College (Pa.).

Jackie Koehler, Rockledge: Top-10 state finish and Cape Coast Conference champion in 2019. Won District 10 with 753 series. Top-six state finish in 2017. Brevard records for 2- and 3-game series.

Layleen Mann, Eau Gallie: 2011 CCC champion and No. 2 county average, captain of three-year unbeaten Commodores team.

Veronica Petrinec, Titusville: Was 2017 state runner-up among three state bracket appearances. Helped Terriers to 2014 state team championship.

Photo of Cocoa bowler Emily Weeler, Brevard's first girl to win an FHSAA title.

Emily Wheeler, Cocoa: 2011 state champion and high county average. District and conference runner-up, leading Tigers to district win.

Vote below for the FLORIDA TODAY Girls Bowler of the Decade:

Contact McCallum at 321-242-3698 or bmccallum@floridatoday.com. Follow @321preps on Twitter and Instagram. Be sure to subscribe to FLORIDA TODAY, and listen to 321 Overtime on major podcast platforms.

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Team USA Experience patterns


How to “attack” Sydney, Seoul and Paris

It is an exciting new year for the individuals who test themselves on some of the most demanding lane conditions in the country. Well, now those bowlers can say they are playing on the toughest lane conditions in the world.

The United States Bowling Congress Sport Bowling program has introduced the Team USA Experience leagues, which offer 12 new international lane patterns. Each lane pattern, which is named after an Olympic city, will test a player’s ability and shot-making skills with challenging conditions.

As the popularity of bowling has risen on the international stage and bowlers such as Australia’s Jason Belmonte, England’s Dominic Barrett, and Shalin Zulkifli of Malaysia have shown continued success around the globe, there has been a growing interest within the bowling community in not only their success but the conditions on which they are challenged.

“With professionals now a part of Team USA, there is more fan interest in international competition,” USBC Director of Membership Development and Sport Bowling, Steve Wunderlich said. “We want to give those fans a chance to see what it’s like to be part of this excitement. That is the idea behind USBC’s Team USA Experience leagues.”

Being a member of the Team USA coaching staff allows me the privilege to help train and assist members of our national teams on each of these patterns. Over the next few months, I will give some insight regarding how to attack each pattern and what basic equipment and surface choices to make for each as well. In this first segment, we will discuss one short, one medium, and one long pattern. We’ll start with the shortest of all the Team USA Experience patterns: SYDNEY (33 feet and 21.8 ml) (Diagram on page 6)

The distance alone tells you that outside angles will more than likely yield the best results. The reason for the outside angle comes down to the amount of time the bowling ball is in a part of the lane that is not oiled: 60 feet of lane – 33 feet of oil = 27 feet of dry backend (45% of the lane)

Because almost half of the lane isn’t touched with lane conditioner, we want the ball to be as far away from the pocket as we can get it, giving it more room to hook in the amount of lane that is not oiled.

This pattern is fl at across the middle and the only real shape comes between the second and fifth boards on both sides. Even that is only at a 1.5-to-1 ratio, so don’t expect your typical high scores out of the gate on a fresh pattern. Keep your launch angles straight and stay out of trouble until the pattern begins to transition and offers a little more room for error.

As with the majority of short patterns, you don’t want to use a ball that is going to change directions very hard once it gets to the end of the pattern. The trick about Sydney is that it not only is the shortest, the overall volume is the lowest as well. This makes balls with lower differentials the better choice for players with medium to high rev rates. The lower rev players might be able to use a ball with a higher differential, in part because their ball will not have as much of a tendency to overreact once it reaches the 34-foot mark. Even “rev challenged” players may need to use lower differential balls depending on the lane surface.

Overall, the thought process should be to attack this pattern from outside the first arrow with weaker balls and average to above average ball speed. As we all know, the surface you are playing on might change things a little bit and this game plan will be a good reference point to get you started on the right path for success.

In my opinion, mediumlength patterns are the toughest of the bunch. (See SEOUL - 39 feet and 24.96 ml) The medium distances allow for a few different areas of the lane to be played and no real “this is where you play” stamp accompanies them.

That makes playing competitor’s lines of attack more of a factor once the lane begins to transition. With that being said, Seoul does have quite a bit of shape to it and has the second-most total volume of the patterns.

This means that not only will you be able use more aggressive equipment, you also will be able to bump up against the definition of the pattern, which occurs between the third and eighth boards. Straighter launch angles will once again be necessary on fresh conditions. Sydney needs straighter angles because of the channel being so close to your target area. Seoul, however, makes that imperative because of the heavy volume and overall shape of this pattern. Because of this heavy volume, shots that leak outside of your target area will not slow down enough to get back to the pocket early in the set.

Higher rev players will be able to start further left and likely no deeper than 10 to 12 through the front part of the lane. Anything inside of 12 will place the player in the fl attest part of the pattern and will punish those shots that are off line in the least. The term“straighter is greater” should ring in your ears when preparing for Seoul.

The PARIS pattern (47 feet and 17.88 ml) is the longest of all the Team USA Experience patterns. Notice I said longest, not tightest (oiliest). It is very important to remember this when playing on Paris because most people see 47 feet of oil and automatically think, “I need my most aggressive ball with as much surface as possible.” That is simply not the case.

The distance of this pattern will tell you where you need your ball to be at the breakpoint and the lack of overall volume will make those “dusty” or “sandblasted” balls read the pattern way too early. If you compare the volumes of Paris (17.88ml) and Seoul (24.96ml), you will see that Paris has roughly 30 percent less volume, meaning odds are you will be throwing more surface on the 39-foot pattern than the 47-foot pattern.

Lower rev rate players will probably need to throw some surface on the fresh in order to make sure the ball is getting into its roll phase as it enters the pins. Remember the more surface used, the quicker the front part of the lane is going to break down. Much like Seoul, higher rev players will be able to start a little more inside of players with fewer revs. Neither will be giving the pocket away very much throughout the night.

Because of the overall length of Paris, you will want your ball to be no farther outside than 12 to 14 as your ball reaches the breakpoint and actually 12 might be stretching it. The more direct you can keep your ball in the middle part of the lane, the better your reaction will be. So, much like the other two patterns, straighter launch angles will once again be called upon except with Paris, that launch angle will be from a much further inside target line.

Once this pattern begins to break down and the front part of the lane begins to hook, a parallel move to the inside is the adjustment of choice. The more you can keep your ball on line throughout the set, the better your scores will be at the end of the night. If there is any one pattern that will seem like you have some room for error on the fresh, it will be Paris; however, all that room will be inside of your target.

Well, there you have it, the first three patterns of the new and exciting Team USA Experience leagues. Next segment we will discuss the patterns known as Stockholm, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Montreal, Tokyo, and Mexico City. Man, we are going to rack up our frequent flyer miles!



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PBA Bowling Tour: 2010–11 season

Sports season

This is a recap of the 2010–11 season for the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. It was the Tour's 52nd season and consisted of 12 title events.

Tournament schedule and recaps[edit]

For the second season in a row, the PBA condensed the first half of the season into the PBA World Series of Bowling (WSOB). Preliminary rounds of the televised tournaments were held in October and November, with television tapings on November 5–6. All of the events were held at the South Point Casino's bowling center in Las Vegas, NV. South Point also hosted the live multi-day final for the PBA World Championship on January 14–16, 2011.

The World Series was open to all PBA, Korean Professional Bowlers Association, Japan Professional Bowlers Association, and World Ten-Pin Bowling Association members (except for USA-based WTBA members, who must also join the PBA).

The format for the first of the PBA's four majors, the PBA World Championship, overlapped with the five "oil pattern" championships of the World Series.[1] Each of the five oil pattern championships (Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon, Scorpion, Shark) were both standalone title tournaments and part of the qualifying round for the 2010–11 PBA World Championship. Each oil pattern championship opened with a 12-game qualifying round, and proceeded to its own 16-bowler match play semifinal and five-bowler televised final round. In addition, scores from the 60 total games of oil pattern tournament qualifying were combined to create the eight-bowler final field for the PBA World Championship. The PBA also used the 60-game scores to create a made-for-television exhibition event, U.S.A. vs. the World, taped on November 6 and aired on January 9, 2011. The event featured the top 6 USA qualifiers against the top 6 international qualifiers.

The PBA, for the first time, scheduled three consecutive days of live broadcasts for the PBA World Championship finals, January 14–16, 2011. The format was an 8-bowler stepladder. The 8–7 and 7–6 matches aired Friday night, January 14 on ESPN2; the 6–5 and 5–4 matches aired Saturday night, January 15 on ESPN2; the top four then competed Sunday afternoon, January 16 on ESPN.[2]

The 2011 PBA Tournament of Champions featured an all-new format and a $250,000 first prize, making it the richest PBA tournament in history.[3] The event also marked the return of a PBA tournament to ABC-TV, where the PBA Tour aired from 1962 to 1997.

The 2011 Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open also featured live Friday and Saturday night broadcasts on ESPN2, this time covering the match-play rounds on February 25–26. The 4-person stepladder finals aired live Sunday, February 27 on ESPN.

For the first time in PBA history, the season concluded with a playoff. The qualifying rounds of the Dick Weber PBA Playoffs ran March 8–13, and featured 18 regional qualifiers in each PBA Region (East, Central, South, Southwest, Midwest, combined West/Northwest) plus 72 "seeded" regular touring pros randomly placed in each of the six regions. Two "knockout" rounds (three region finals each) and the "conference finals" were broadcast on a tape-delay basis for three straight Sundays, starting March 27, 2011. The finals, featuring the three conference final winners, were broadcast live on Sunday, April 17.[4][5]

World Series of Bowling (first-half) highlights[edit]

  • Eugene McCune won the season's first tournament (and his second PBA title) at the Brunswick Cheetah Championship. During the 9-game match play round for this tournament, McCune set a PBA record for a 9-game squad with 2,468 pins (274.2 average).[6]
  • Yong-Jin Gu became the first Korean to win a U.S. PBA Tour event, when he took the crown in the Scorpion Championship. In an all-South Korean final, he toppled Jun-Yung Kim, 236–224.[7] (Gu was not awarded an official PBA title, because he is not a full-fledged PBA member in either the U.S. or Korea.)
  • The World Series concluded with three first-time PBA Tour winners: Scott Norton, Yong-Jin Gu and Osku Palermaa.

Second-half highlights[edit]

2010–11 Awards[edit]

Schedule with results[edit]

Below is a summary of the 2010–11 season. Total career PBA Tour titles for winners are shown in parenthesis.

EventAirdateCityPreliminary roundsFinal roundOil patternWinnerNotes
Brunswick Cheetah ChampionshipNov 28 Las Vegas, NVOct 25 & Nov 1 Nov 5 Cheetah Eugene McCune, USA (2) WSOB II event.
Pepsi Viper ChampionshipDec 5 Las Vegas, NV Oct 26 & Nov 1 Nov 5 Viper Bill O'Neill, USA (3) WSOB II event.
Chameleon ChampionshipDec 12 Las Vegas, NV Oct 27 & Nov 2 Nov 5 Chameleon Scott Norton, USA (1) WSOB II event..
Scorpion ChampionshipDec 19 Las Vegas, NV Oct 28 & Nov 2 Nov 6 Scorpion Yong-Jin Gu, South Korea (NQ) WSOB II event.
GEICO Shark ChampionshipDec 26 Las Vegas, NV Oct 29 & Nov 3 Nov 6 Shark Osku Palermaa, Finland (1) WSOB II event.
U.S.A. vs. the WorldJan 9 Las Vegas, NV Oct 25–29 Nov 6 Cheetah World Team, 6–3 Exhibition event; (1-point head-to-head matches tied 3-3,
World defeats USA in 3-point team event, 1251–1208.)
PBA World ChampionshipJan 14–16 Las Vegas, NV Oct 25–29 LiveViper Chris Barnes, USA (13) Qualifying rounds took place at WSOB II. No. 1 qualifier chose oil pattern for finals.
PBA Tournament of ChampionsJan 22* Las Vegas, NV Jan 16–21 LiveT of C Mika Koivuniemi, Finland (9)
One A DayEarl Anthony Memorial ClassicJan 30 Dublin, CAJan 24–29 LiveEarl pattern Ryan Ciminelli, USA (1)
Chris Paul PBA Celebrity InvitationalFeb 6 New Orleans, LADec 9–11 Dec 12 Jason Belmonte and Chris PaulExhibition event.
BayerUSBC MastersFeb 13 Reno, NVFeb 6–12 LiveUSBC Masters (custom) Tom Hess, USA (1)
Lumber Liquidators 68th U.S. OpenFeb 25–27 North Brunswick, NJFeb 21–26 LiveU.S. Open (custom) Norm Duke, USA (34)
Mark Roth Plastic Ball ChampionshipMar 6 Cheektowaga, NYMar 1–5 LiveModified house Jason Couch, USA (16)
Dick Weber PBA PlayoffsMar 27
(Knockout
Round 1)
Indianapolis, INMar 8–14 Mar 14 Dick Weber Central – Dick Allen
East – Steve Jaros
South – Randy Weiss
Advanced to Conference Finals
Apr 3
(Knockout
Round 2)
Midwest – Jack Jurek
Southwest – Jason Belmonte
West/Northwest – Chris Barnes
Advanced to Conference Finals
Apr 10
(Conference
Finals)
Randy Weiss defeated Steve Jaros
Ritchie Allen defeated Jack Jurek
Chris Barnes defeated Jason Belmonte
Head-to-head matches
Apr 17
(Final Round)
LiveDIck Allen, USA (3)
  • *Aired on ABC-TV. All Sunday final rounds were broadcast on ESPN, except the One-A-Day Earl Anthony Memorial, which was on ESPN2. Friday and Saturday telecasts for the PBA World Championship and U.S. Open also aired on ESPN2.
  • NQ: Not a full-time PBA member in the USA or Korea, and thus did not qualify for a PBA title.

2010–11 PBA Tour Trials[edit]

The seven bowlers who join the PBA's exempt bowler field for the 2010–11 season via the Regional Players Invitational tournament (which replaced the Tour Trials in 2010) are as follows:

These players join the bowlers who either (1) won a 2009–10 PBA Tour title, (2) earned a multi-year exemption by winning a major title, (3) earned an exemption via 2009–10 points list or (4) were awarded an injury deferment from the 2009–10 season. The total exempt field is 52 bowlers, with one more to be added via the PBA's "Golden Parachute" rule.

References[edit]

  1. ^Schneider, Jerry (July 21, 2010). "2010 PBA World Series of Bowling Q&A". PBA.
  2. ^Vint, Bill (October 11, 2010). "Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour's Television Season Makes its 2010–11 Debut on Sunday, November 28". PBA.
  3. ^Richgels, Jeff (August 13, 2010). "PBA releases format for 2011 Tournament of Champions". The Capital Times. Madison, Wisconsin.
  4. ^Vint, Bill (September 9, 2010). "New Dick Weber PBA Playoffs to Conclude 2010–11 Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour Season in Indy". PBA.
  5. ^Vint, Bill (September 17, 2010). "PBA Modifies Regional Qualifying Structure For 2011 Dick Weber PBA Playoffs". PBA.
  6. ^Vint, Bill (November 28, 2010). "McCune Executes Flawless Shot to Win Brunswick Pro Bowling Cheetah Championship". PBA.
  7. ^Vint, Bill (December 19, 2010). "South Korea's Gu Pulls Off Stunning Upset to Win PBA Scorpion Championship". PBA.
  8. ^Vint, Bill (January 16, 2011). "Barnes Upsets O'Neill to Win PBA World Championship, Complete PBA's Triple Crown". PBA.
  9. ^Vint, Bill (January 22, 2011). "'Major Mika' Wins PBA Tournament of Champions, Record $250,000 First Prize". PBA.

External links[edit]

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Palmdale Youth To Represent USA In International Bowling Competition

http://www.bowl.com

team usaArlington, Texas in January of 2010 The International Bowling Campus opened its doors. As a joint venture between the USBC and BPAA it is the educational, governing and scientific center for the Sport of Bowling. It’s where bowling’s brightest minds gather to pass knowledge to the next generation of enthusiasts, and help the elders reminisce.

The 100,000-square-foot campus features the sport’s kid-friendly Hall of Fame and Museum, a state-of-the art training and research facility known as the ITRC or International Research and Training Center, and Headquarters to both bowling’s governing body the USBC and the BPAA.

The International Training and Research Center is recognized by the US Olympic Committee as  an official Olympic Training Facility for the Sport of Bowling. It is home to Bowling’s Team USA and is the only organization authorized to send athletes to represent the United States in International competition. As of this year Team USA Bowling officially consists of three divisions, Adult Team USA – this is typically where you see the athletes considered professionals competing such as Chris Barnes, Shannon O’Keefe, etc., Junior Team USA – which consists of athletes whose age falls within U20 and below, Development Team USA – which was officially announced last year during the North Pointe Junior Gold National Championships. The new Development Team USA consists of athletes in the U15 age group with two male and two female members. Recently the 2013 Development Team USA was featured on the Home Page of USBC’s Bowl.com.

Of interest to readers are two familiar names from the ranks of California’s Competitive Youth Bowlers, team usa bowling 2010, Wesley Team usa bowling 2010, Jr. and Ashley Dunn, team usa bowling 2010. Not only are Wesley and Ashley both from California, but they are both from Palmdale, California. In fact they have spent the past 5 years calling the same bowling center their home, Brunswick Vista Lanes. Wesley and Ashley earned their positions on the team by being the top qualifiers in the U15 Division of team usa bowling 2010 2012 Junior Gold National Tournament. Bradley Crouse from Nazareth, team usa bowling 2010, PA and Breanna Clemmer from Clover, SC were selected to the team as Champions of the U15 Division of Junior Gold.

The Development Team USA will compete this August in the 2013 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas, an annual Baron davis basketball camp hawaii and PABCON sanctioned tournament held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for International competition between the 27 member Federations known as the Americas Zone (PABCON). This year is the first year that the U15 Team is known as the Development Team USA where members earned their positions through qualifying competition, but it’s not the first year that the US has put a team on the lanes in the U15 Division. In fact both Wesley Low, Jr. and Ashley Dunn had been selected by the Coaches of Team USA to participate in the 50th Anniversary of the Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas last year. The U15 Team earned a Gold Medal in team competition with Wesley Low, team usa bowling 2010, Jr., Ashley Dunn, Kamron Doyle, and Kaitlyn Eder as members of the 2012 team.

During the 2012 tournament both Wesley and Ashley team usa bowling 2010 their share of individual medals as well, with Ashley earning 7 (5 Gold & 2 Silver), while Wesley earned 6 (4 Gold, team usa bowling 2010, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze).  Ashley not only earned her share of medals, but set two tournament records. The first came in Singles with total pin fall of 2,322 for the 12 game competition breaking the previous record of 2,285 set in 2009 by Tatiana Munoz from Colombia. The second record was in High 3 Game Series with total pin fall of 664 breaking the previous record of 659 also set in 2009 by Ana Koff from the USA. Wesley and Ashley are extremely proud to have the honor of representing our Nation as competitors in the Sport they love, and no doubt are hoping to lead the team to Gold again in 2013.

It is worth noting that Wesley Low, Jr. earned a position on the U20 Junior Team USA in January of team usa bowling 2010 year by being the high male youth qualifier at the annual Team USA Trials, and will also represent the USA as a member of that team during the PABCON Youth Championships in Puerto Rico July 6th – 13th.

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U.S. High School Bowling Foundation -www.ushsbf.org
.Broward County High School Bowling -www.hsbowling.org
. 100 Spares Challenge -www.100spares.com

Another important role the USHSBF is pursuing is the showcasing of outstanding bowling accomplishments from bowlers during high school competition. More specifically, this website lists high school national and state (and some county) scoring records from all across the U.S. Numerous current and former Team USA members have strong backgrounds in high school bowling.

Team USA and former Junior Team USA member Adam "AJ" Johnson is not only the Illinois State boys 2-game record holder (579) and 3-game record holder (857), but he is also tied with Pennsylvania's John Delp III for the most 300 games (4) rolled during a single high school bowling season in 2010. AJ offered these comments on the importance of high school bowling while representing Team USA during the 2012 Tournament of Americas:

"I believe my experience in team usa bowling 2010 school bowling played an mcquades softball tournament 2018 essential role in my development as a player. I have no doubt those years of competition contributed towards my success, team usa bowling 2010, including making Team USA."

  
  

- team usa bowling 2010 - Adam "AJ" Johnson
Team USA ('21,'20,'19,'18,'17, '14, '12)
Junior Team USA ('12)

  
  

To date, 22 different current and former members of Team USA have rolled 300 games during high school bowling competition. Click on the 300/800 HONOR ROLL link above to see who they are, team usa bowling 2010.

  
  
  
  

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Treasurer

 
 

Michael Nyitray
USBC Gold Certified Coach

Karen O'Laughlin

Dan Bertucelli
President, Bert & Associates, Inc.

 
 

2010 & 2012 U.S. Olympic Committee
National Developmental Coach of the Year

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Jones, team usa bowling 2010, Barnes Retire From Team USA

For the last decade, team usa bowling 2010, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, South Carolina, and Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, team usa bowling 2010, have been staples of the Team USA program and regulars on the medal stand at events across the globe.

The two recently helped the United States to a tournament-best eight-medal performance at the 2018 World Bowling Men's Championships in Hong Kong, and the event will mark their last as members of Team USA.

After a combined 27 years on Team USA, Barnes and Jones have decided to retire from the program, team usa bowling 2010, though both will continue to compete professionally.

Barnes, a 48-year-old right-hander, is a 16-time Team USA member, while Jones, a 40-year-old right-hander, has made 11 appearances on the orange cycling shoes. Jones also spent one year on Junior Team USA.

Barnes and Jones have won dozens of medals competing for Team USA, and their success together includes four world championships - three in the coveted five-player team event (2008, team usa bowling 2010, 2010 and 2017) and one doubles title (2017).

The duo will be recognized during a special Team USA celebration at the 2019 USBC Convention in Las Vegas. Hilton head triathlon upcoming Convention is scheduled for April 29-May 2.


Release courtesy of Matt Cannizzaro, USBC Communications

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team usa bowling 2010 Team USA Experience patterns


How to “attack” Sydney, Seoul and Paris

It is an exciting new year for the individuals who test themselves on some of the most demanding lane conditions in the country. Well, now those bowlers can say they are playing on the toughest lane conditions in the world.

The United States Bowling Congress Sport Bowling program has introduced the Team USA Experience leagues, which offer 12 new international lane patterns. Each lane pattern, which is named after an Olympic city, will test a player’s ability and shot-making skills with challenging conditions.

As the popularity of bowling has risen on the international stage and bowlers such as Australia’s Jason Belmonte, England’s Dominic Barrett, and Shalin Zulkifli of Malaysia have shown continued success around the globe, team usa bowling 2010, there has been a growing interest within the bowling community in not only their success but the conditions on which they are challenged.

“With professionals now a part of Team USA, there is more fan interest in international competition,” USBC Director of Membership Development and Sport Bowling, Steve Wunderlich said. “We want to give those fans a chance to see what it’s like to be part of this excitement. That is the idea behind USBC’s Team USA Experience leagues.”

Being a member of the Team USA coaching staff allows me the privilege to help train and assist members of our national teams on each of these patterns. Over the next few months, I will give some insight regarding how to attack each pattern and what basic equipment and surface choices to make for each as well. In this first segment, we will discuss one short, one medium, and one long pattern. We’ll start with the shortest of all the Team USA Experience patterns: Team usa bowling 2010 (33 feet and 21.8 ml) (Diagram on page 6)

The distance alone tells you that outside angles will more than likely yield the best results. The reason for the outside angle comes down to the amount of time the bowling ball is in a part of the lane that is not oiled: 60 feet of lane – 33 feet of oil = 27 feet of dry backend (45% of the lane)

Because almost half of the lane isn’t touched with lane conditioner, we want the ball to be as far away from the pocket as we can get it, giving it more room to hook in the amount of lane that is not oiled.

This pattern is fl at across the middle and the only real shape comes between the second and fifth boards on both sides. Even that is only at a 1.5-to-1 ratio, so don’t expect your typical high scores out of the gate on a fresh pattern. Keep your launch angles straight and stay out of trouble until the pattern begins to transition and offers a little more room for error.

As with the majority of short patterns, team usa bowling 2010, you don’t want to use a ball that is going to change directions very hard once it gets to the end of the pattern. The trick about Sydney is that it not only is the shortest, the overall volume is the lowest as well. This makes balls with lower differentials the better choice for players with medium to high rev rates. The lower rev players might be able to use a ball with a higher differential, in part because their ball will not have as much of a tendency team usa bowling 2010 overreact once it reaches the 34-foot mark. Even “rev challenged” players may need to use lower differential balls depending on the lane surface.

Overall, the thought process should be to attack this pattern from outside the first arrow with weaker balls and average to above average ball speed. As we all know, the surface you are playing on might change things a little bit and this game plan will be a good reference point to get you started on the right path for success.

In my opinion, mediumlength patterns are the toughest of the bunch. (See SEOUL - 39 feet and 24.96 ml) The medium distances allow for a few different areas of the lane to be played and no real “this is where you play” stamp accompanies them.

That makes playing competitor’s lines of attack more of a factor once the lane begins to transition. With that being said, Seoul does have quite a bit of shape to it and has the second-most total volume of the patterns.

This means that not only will you be able use more aggressive equipment, you also will be able to bump up against the definition of the pattern, which occurs between the third and eighth boards. Straighter launch angles will once again be necessary on fresh conditions. Sydney team usa bowling 2010 straighter angles because of the channel being so close to your target area. Seoul, however, makes that imperative because of the heavy volume and overall shape of this pattern. Because of this heavy volume, shots that leak outside of your target area will not slow down enough to get back to the pocket early in the set.

Higher rev players will be able to start further left and likely no deeper than 10 to 12 through the front part of the lane. Anything inside of 12 will place the player in the fl attest part of the pattern and will punish those shots that are off line in the least. team usa bowling 2010 The term“straighter is greater” should ring in your ears when preparing for Seoul.

The PARIS pattern (47 feet and 17.88 ml) is the longest of all the Team USA Experience patterns. Notice I said longest, not tightest (oiliest). It is very important to remember this when playing on Paris because most people see 47 feet of oil and automatically think, “I need my most aggressive ball with as much surface as possible.” That is simply not the case.

The distance of this pattern will tell you where you need your ball to be at the breakpoint and the lack of overall volume will make those “dusty” or “sandblasted” balls read the pattern way too early. If you compare the volumes of Paris (17.88ml) and Seoul (24.96ml), you will see that Paris has roughly 30 percent less volume, meaning odds are you will be throwing more surface on the 39-foot pattern than the 47-foot pattern.

Lower rev rate players will probably need to throw some surface on the fresh in order to make sure the ball is getting into its roll phase as it enters the pins. Remember the more surface used, the quicker the front part of the lane is going to break down. Much like Seoul, higher rev players will be able to start a little more inside of players with fewer revs. Neither will be giving the pocket away very much throughout the night.

Because of the overall length of Paris, you will want your ball to be no farther outside than 12 to 14 as your ball reaches the breakpoint and actually 12 might be stretching it. The more direct you can keep your ball in the middle part of the lane, the better your reaction will be. So, much team usa bowling 2010 the other two patterns, straighter launch angles will once again be called upon except with Paris, that launch angle will be from a much further inside target line.

Once this pattern begins to break down and the front part of the lane begins to hook, a parallel move to the inside is the adjustment of choice. The more you can keep your ball on line throughout the set, the better your scores will be at the end of the night. If there is any one pattern that will seem like you have some room for error on the fresh, it will be Paris; however, team usa bowling 2010, all that room will be inside of your target.

Well, there you have it, the first three patterns of the new and exciting Team USA Experience leagues. Next segment we will discuss the patterns known as Stockholm, Los Angeles, team usa bowling 2010, Atlanta, Montreal, Tokyo, and Mexico City. Man, we are going to rack up our frequent flyer miles!



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Iowan Tom Hess wins United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters

Tom Hess of Granger, Iowa, poses with his trophy after winning the 2021 United States Bowling Senior Masters in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS — Tom Hess of Granger, Iowa, walked into the 56-lane Sam's Town Bowling Center knowing exactly how much was on the line last week at the 2021 United States Bowling Senior Masters, and he did all the right things to help finish off a dream season on the Professional Bowlers Association 50 Tour.

The 51-year-old right-hander defeated top seed Chris Barnes of Denton, Texas, two times, 278-226 and 237-203, to win the coveted USBC Senior Masters title and $20,000 top prize Sept. 19, which also locked up the PBA50 Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

The team usa bowling 2010 made Hess the fourth player in history to win both the USBC Masters and Senior Masters and third to win both the PBA50 Senior U.S. Open and Senior Masters in the same season. He won the Masters in 2011 and defeated Barnes in the title match of the 2021 Senior U.S. Open on Sept. 7.

On Friday, Hess was selected to the four-member Team USA roster for the IBF Masters World Championships. The event will take place at the Dubai International Bowling Center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in November.

"To be able to stay present and bowl those five games . was an unbelievable experience," Hess said. "I wasn't thinking about anything but staying down at the line and making good shots. When I stayed down, they were on target, and I'd done all I could do. Then, it was a matter of whether they struck or not, and I was fortunate to throw enough strikes today."

The five-player championship round also included three USBC and PBA Hall of Famers and a newcomer to the senior circuit, and Hess averaged more than 246 over five games to climb the stepladder from the No. 4 spot.

He opened the day with a 247-212 win against another first-time participant, team usa bowling 2010, Donnie Hogue of Akron, Ohio, and then topped two-time Senior Masters champion Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, the first of the three hall of famers, 201-183.

Effectively cycling through his arsenal helped keep Hess on track, and he piled on the strikes against Doug Kent of Newark, New York, winning 269-216, to set up the meeting with Barnes.

It was the continuation of a week for Hess that included clutch split conversions, a sudden-death roll-off and so many strikes in pressure situations.

"I got out to a hot start as the navy blue dress jumpsuits leader on Day 1, and I just kept the foot down and kept pressing to ultimately be the qualifying leader and earn the No. 1 seed for the bracket," Hess said. "Being in that position team usa bowling 2010 with a lot of pressure. You've been the best bowler all week, but now you have to team usa bowling 2010 one guy every match. During the matches, I wasn't thinking about anything but making the best shots I could and winning the match."

Against Barnes, team usa bowling 2010, a 19-time PBA Tour champion and winner earlier this year on the PBA50 Tour, Hess struck 17 times. Barnes never threw more than three strikes in a row and left a flurry of 10 pins and 4 pins along the way.

The two wins over Barnes marked the third consecutive time the top seed at the Senior Masters was beaten twice and team usa bowling 2010 the title.

The last top seed to win, which only took one game, was Walter Ray Williams Jr. of Oxford, Florida, in 2017. The victory made him the first bowler to win the Masters and Senior Masters twice each.

Both of Williams' Masters titles came against Barnes, who reached the championship match three times as the No. 1 seed and was looking for redemption Sunday in the senior version.

The reason Barnes had two chances to win Sunday was because he still was unbeaten in the double-elimination format, and the final round was livestreamed, imagos sport fishing than broadcast on TV. That was not the case against Williams in 2004 and 2010 and Mike Fagan in 2012.

In five opportunities to win one of the titles, Barnes has averaged 219.6, while his opponents have averaged 263.8.

"Tommy bowled great, and that's really where it starts and stops," Barnes said. "If he doesn't bowl as well as he does, it allows some more flexibility in what I'm doing and the choices I'm making. I'm not really a believer in luck, but there obviously was a better way of doing it team usa bowling 2010 I was doing. Traditionally, one of the hardest things about a stepladder is getting out to a good start, team usa bowling 2010, and I threw three shots I'd take every time, with the result being three ring 10s. You can't give a guy who's comfortable that kind of head start."

Total pinfall for three games determined the winner of each match in the 64-player double-elimination match-play bracket and the final shootout, while the championship round was single-game matches.

In the semifinal against Kent on Sunday, Hess struck eight consecutive times after a second-frame 10 pin, while four consecutive nine-counts from Kent, starting in the third frame, put him behind more than 40 pins before his first double.

Hess' success against Weber denied him more than just the chance to be the first bowler to win the Senior Masters three times. Weber also entered the championship round as the front-runner for 2021 PBA50 Player of the Year honors, team usa bowling 2010. He won twice on the PBA50 Tour this season.

Weber, the 2013 and 2016 Senior Masters winner, fell behind early, leaving a 2-4-10 split in the second frame, which he was unable to convert. Hess started with a double and struck five times in the first seven frames, before a 3-6-7-9-10 split slowed the momentum.

Despite the opportunity, Weber didn't strike on the left lane until his fill ball. He did strike on four of five visits to the right lane, but it wasn't team usa bowling 2010 to make up the deficit.

In the opening match, Hess struck five times in his first six frames, and eight times overall, to outdistance Hogue. Hogue was slowed by an 8-10 split in the seventh frame, which came after his first double in the match.

Hess, Weber and Hogue advanced to the stepladder through the Elimination Bracket and a four-player shootout was used to determine the final three seeds for the finals.

Barnes and Kent earned their spots after moving unscathed through the Winners Bracket. Barnes topped Kent in the match to determine the No. 1 spot, 656-639.

The 2021 Senior Masters started with 223 competitors vying for one of the 63 open spots in the bracket with defending champion Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela, and matches took place throughout the day Sept. 17-18.

Monacelli team usa bowling 2010 tied for 25th place in his title defense, team usa bowling 2010. He was looking to become the first bowler to win back-to-back events since Tom Baker of King, North Carolina, accomplished the feat in 2007.

The event was the final tournament on the 2021 PBA50 Tour schedule, and the postseason awards are points-based. Barnes missed four events this year due to schedule conflicts with the PBA Tour and the death of his sister, Laura.

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PBA Bowling Tour: 2010–11 season

Sports season

This is a recap of the 2010–11 season for the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. It was the Tour's 52nd season and consisted of 12 title events.

Tournament schedule and recaps[edit]

For the second season in a row, the PBA condensed the first half of the season into the PBA World Series of Bowling (WSOB). Preliminary rounds of the televised tournaments were held in October and November, with television tapings on November 5–6. All of the events were held at the South Point Casino's bowling center in Las Vegas, NV. South Point also hosted the live multi-day final for the PBA World Championship on January 14–16, 2011.

The World Series was open to all PBA, Korean Professional Bowlers Association, Japan Professional Bowlers Association, and World Ten-Pin Bowling Association members (except for USA-based WTBA members, who must also join the PBA).

The format for the first of the PBA's four majors, the PBA World Championship, overlapped with the five "oil pattern" championships of the World Series.[1] Each of the five oil pattern championships (Cheetah, Viper, Chameleon, Scorpion, Shark) were both standalone title tournaments and part of the qualifying round for the 2010–11 PBA World Championship. Each oil pattern championship opened with a 12-game qualifying round, and proceeded to its own 16-bowler match play semifinal and five-bowler televised final round. In addition, scores from the 60 total games of oil pattern tournament qualifying were combined to create the eight-bowler final field for the PBA World Championship. The PBA also used the 60-game scores to create a made-for-television exhibition event, U.S.A. vs. the World, taped on November 6 and aired on January 9, 2011. The event featured the top 6 USA qualifiers against the top 6 international qualifiers.

The PBA, for the first time, scheduled three consecutive days of live broadcasts for the PBA World Championship finals, January 14–16, 2011. The format was an 8-bowler stepladder. The 8–7 and 7–6 matches aired Friday night, January 14 on ESPN2; the 6–5 and 5–4 matches aired Saturday night, January 15 on ESPN2; the top four then competed Sunday afternoon, January 16 on ESPN.[2]

The 2011 PBA Tournament of Champions featured an all-new format and a $250,000 first prize, making it the richest PBA tournament in history.[3] The event also marked the return of a PBA tournament to ABC-TV, where the PBA Tour aired from 1962 to 1997.

The 2011 Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open also featured live Friday and Saturday night broadcasts on ESPN2, this time covering the match-play rounds on February 25–26. The 4-person stepladder finals aired live Sunday, February 27 on ESPN.

For the first time in PBA history, the season concluded with a playoff. The qualifying rounds of the Dick Weber PBA Playoffs ran March 8–13, and featured 18 regional qualifiers in each PBA Region (East, Central, South, Southwest, Midwest, combined West/Northwest) plus 72 "seeded" regular touring pros randomly placed in each of the six regions. Two "knockout" rounds (three region finals each) and the "conference finals" were broadcast on a tape-delay basis for three straight Sundays, starting March 27, 2011. The finals, featuring the three conference final winners, were broadcast live on Sunday, April 17.[4][5]

World Series of Bowling (first-half) highlights[edit]

  • Eugene McCune won the season's first tournament (and his second PBA title) at the Brunswick Cheetah Championship. During the 9-game match play round for this tournament, McCune set a PBA record for a 9-game squad with 2,468 pins (274.2 average).[6]
  • Yong-Jin Gu became the first Korean to win a U.S. PBA Tour event, when he took the crown in the Scorpion Championship. In an all-South Korean final, he toppled Jun-Yung Kim, 236–224.[7] (Gu was not awarded an official PBA title, because he is not a full-fledged PBA member in either the U.S. or Korea.)
  • The World Series concluded with three first-time PBA Tour winners: Scott Norton, Yong-Jin Gu and Osku Palermaa.

Second-half highlights[edit]

2010–11 Awards[edit]

Schedule with results[edit]

Below is a summary of the 2010–11 season. Total career PBA Tour titles for winners are shown in parenthesis.

EventAirdateCityPreliminary roundsFinal roundOil patternWinnerNotes
Brunswick Cheetah ChampionshipNov 28 Las Vegas, NVOct 25 & Nov 1 Nov 5 Cheetah Eugene McCune, USA (2) WSOB II event.
Pepsi Viper ChampionshipDec 5 Las Vegas, NV Oct 26 & Nov 1 Nov 5 Viper Bill O'Neill, USA (3) WSOB II event.
Chameleon ChampionshipDec 12 Las Vegas, NV Oct 27 & Nov 2 Nov 5 Chameleon Scott Norton, USA (1) WSOB II event..
Scorpion ChampionshipDec 19 Las Vegas, NV Oct 28 & Nov 2 Nov 6 Scorpion Yong-Jin Gu, South Korea (NQ) WSOB II event.
GEICO Shark ChampionshipDec 26 Las Vegas, NV Oct 29 & Nov 3 Nov 6 Shark Osku Palermaa, Finland (1) WSOB II event.
U.S.A. vs. the WorldJan 9 Las Vegas, NV Oct 25–29 Nov 6 Cheetah World Team, 6–3 Exhibition event; (1-point head-to-head matches tied 3-3,
World defeats USA in 3-point team event, 1251–1208.)
PBA World ChampionshipJan 14–16 Las Vegas, NV Oct 25–29 LiveViper Chris Barnes, USA (13) Qualifying rounds took place at WSOB II. No. 1 qualifier chose oil pattern for finals.
PBA Tournament of ChampionsJan 22* Las Vegas, NV Jan 16–21 LiveT of C Mika Koivuniemi, Finland (9)
One A DayEarl Anthony Memorial ClassicJan 30 Dublin, CAJan 24–29 LiveEarl pattern Ryan Ciminelli, USA (1)
Chris Paul PBA Celebrity InvitationalFeb 6 New Orleans, LADec 9–11 Dec 12 Jason Belmonte and Chris PaulExhibition event.
BayerUSBC MastersFeb 13 Reno, NVFeb 6–12 LiveUSBC Masters (custom) Tom Hess, USA (1)
Lumber Liquidators 68th U.S. OpenFeb 25–27 North Brunswick, NJFeb 21–26 LiveU.S. Open (custom) Norm Duke, USA (34)
Mark Roth Plastic Ball ChampionshipMar 6 Cheektowaga, NYMar 1–5 LiveModified house Jason Couch, USA (16)
Dick Weber PBA PlayoffsMar 27
(Knockout
Round 1)
Indianapolis, INMar 8–14 Mar 14 Dick Weber Central – Dick Allen
East – Steve Jaros
South – Randy Weiss
Advanced to Conference Finals
Apr 3
(Knockout
Round 2)
Midwest – Jack Jurek
Southwest – Jason Belmonte
West/Northwest – Chris Barnes
Advanced to Conference Finals
Apr 10
(Conference
Finals)
Randy Weiss defeated Steve Jaros
Ritchie Allen defeated Jack Jurek
Chris Barnes defeated Jason Belmonte
Head-to-head matches
Apr 17
(Final Round)
LiveDIck Allen, USA (3)
  • *Aired on ABC-TV. All Sunday final rounds were broadcast on ESPN, except the One-A-Day Earl Anthony Memorial, which was on ESPN2. Friday and Saturday telecasts for the PBA World Championship and U.S. Open also aired on ESPN2.
  • NQ: Not a full-time PBA member in the USA or Korea, and thus did not qualify for a PBA title.

2010–11 PBA Tour Trials[edit]

The seven bowlers who join the PBA's exempt bowler field for the 2010–11 season via the Regional Players Invitational tournament (which replaced the Tour Trials in 2010) are as follows:

These players join the bowlers who either (1) won a 2009–10 PBA Tour title, (2) earned a multi-year exemption by winning a major title, (3) earned an exemption via 2009–10 points list or (4) were awarded an injury deferment from the 2009–10 season. The total exempt field is 52 bowlers, with one more to be added via the PBA's "Golden Parachute" rule.

References[edit]

  1. ^Schneider, Jerry (July 21, 2010). "2010 PBA World Series of Bowling Q&A". PBA.
  2. ^Vint, Bill (October 11, 2010). "Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour's Television Season Makes its 2010–11 Debut on Sunday, November 28". PBA.
  3. ^Richgels, Jeff (August 13, 2010). "PBA releases format for 2011 Tournament of Champions". The Capital Times. Madison, Wisconsin.
  4. ^Vint, Bill (September 9, 2010). "New Dick Weber PBA Playoffs to Conclude 2010–11 Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour Season in Indy". PBA.
  5. ^Vint, Bill (September 17, 2010). "PBA Modifies Regional Qualifying Structure For 2011 Dick Weber PBA Playoffs". PBA.
  6. ^Vint, Bill (November 28, 2010). "McCune Executes Flawless Shot to Win Brunswick Pro Bowling Cheetah Championship". PBA.
  7. ^Vint, Bill (December 19, 2010). "South Korea's Gu Pulls Off Stunning Upset to Win PBA Scorpion Championship". PBA.
  8. ^Vint, Bill (January 16, 2011). "Barnes Upsets O'Neill to Win PBA World Championship, Complete PBA's Triple Crown". PBA.
  9. ^Vint, Bill (January 22, 2011). "'Major Mika' Wins PBA Tournament of Champions, Record $250,000 First Prize". PBA.

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John Janawicz, Brenda Edwards win 2010 Team USA Trials

2010TeamUSATrialsJohnJanawiczBrendaEdwards.jpgJohn Janawiczof Winter Haven, Fla., held on for a slim victory, while Brenda Edwardsof Mansfield, Texas, pulled away from the field to win the 2010 United States Bowling Congress Team USA Trials on Friday.

Janawicz topped the men's field with a 36-game total of 8,168, an average of 226.8, while Edwards finished with 7,890, an average of 219.1, at Sunset Station's Strike Zone Bowling Center in suburban Las Vegas.

Men's Feature
Women's Feature

The men's championship came down to the final frame as Janawicz watched Professional Bowlers Association exempt player Mike Fagan of Patchogue, N.Y., leave the 1-2-10 on his final shot in which he needed a strike to tie.

Janawicz, who led Fagan by more than 100 pins heading into the final two games, allowed Fagan to have a shot at catching him by shooting 159 and 183 to close out the tournament.

"I feel like I was very fortunate to come away with the win," said Janawicz, a Team USA member in 2007 and 2008. "It's a good thing I had a four-run lead going into the bottom of the ninth because I definitely gave up three runs down the stretch."

Fagan could have won the title outright had he struck on his first shot in the 10th frame, but a stubborn 7 pin made it necessary for him to strike on the fill shot to tie. He finished second with 8,165, three pins behind Janawicz.

"I thought the first one was a very good shot," said Fagan, who earned an automatic spot on Team USA by being among the top three finishers. "On that last shot, I lost it off my hand. The lanes got very touchy and you had to keep your speed soft. Whatever little bit of adrenaline I had didn't help on that shot."

On the women's side, Edwards outdistanced the field in the final block and finished ahead of second-place finisher Kendra Gainesof Orlando, Fla., by 169 pins.

"This is my first big singles win ever, and I don't know what to feel yet," said Edwards, who like Janawicz was a member of Team USA in 2007 and 2008. "You dream about this. You write it down and convince yourself you can do it, and then to come out and actually make it happen feels amazing. I've been after this for a long time."

2010TeamUSATrialsSelection.jpgThe top three men and top three women in the final standings earned automatic spots on Team USA. Joining Janawicz and Fagan on the men's side was third-place finisher Craig Hansonof Orlando, Fla., while Emily Maierof Wichita, Kan., finished third among the women to join Edwards and Gaines.

The National Selection Committee picked Tennelle Milliganof Arlington, Texas, Diandra Asbatyof Chicago, Cassidy Schaubof Polk, Ohio, and John Szczerbinskiof North Tonawanda, N.Y., to round out the final roster for Team USA in 2010.

L-R Back row: Fagan, Schaub, Szczerbinski, Janawicz, Hanson. Front row: Maier, Asbaty, Edwards, Milligan, Gaines.

Heading into the Team USA Trials, 13 players had already secured spots by virtue of their selection earlier this year. Walter Ray Williams Jr., Chris Barnes, Wes Malott, Tommy Jones, Patrick Allen, Rhino Pageand Bill O'Neillmake up the remainder of the men's team. On the women's side, Stefanie Nation, Shannon O'Keefe, Shannon Pluhowsky, Liz Johnson, Kelly Kulickand Carolyn Dorin-Ballardwere selected.

2010JuniorTeamUSATrialsSelection.jpgThe top two boys and top two girls finishers who are 20 years or younger before Jan. 1, 2010 also earned automatic spots on Junior Team USA. Craig Hansonlocked up the top boys spot, while Chris Piersonof Waukesha, Wis., was second. For the girls, Jenn Boisselleof Brandon, Fla., and Samantha Hesleyof Wellington, Fla., were first and second, respectively.

The National Selection Committee polished off the Junior Team USA 2010 roster by adding Elise Boltonof Merritt Island, Fla., Christine Batorof Warren, Mich., Kyle Kingof Glendale, Ariz., and Devin Bidwellof Simi Valley, Calif., to the team.

At the USBC Junior Gold Championships in Indianapolis last July, 12 players earned spots on Junior Team USA. The boys group includes Mike Conn, Andrew Koff, Erik Gulbrandson, Chris Bardol, Jacob Petersand T.J. Baral, while the girls team includes Maggie Zakrzewski, Josie Earnest, Cassie Leuthold, Brittni Hamilton, Kristie Petravichand Kim Yioulos.

Brenda Edwards, John Janawiczlead Team USA Trials into final day of competition
John Janawicz, Amanda Falk on top at Team USA trials after Day Two
Craig Hanson, Amanda Falk lead Team USA Trials after opening round
Cassidy Schaublooks to defend Team USA Trials title
Team USA spotsup for grabs at Sunset Station in Las Vegas

Top 5 with position, hometown and 36-game total

Men
1, John Janawicz, Winter Haven, Fla., 8,168
2, Mike Fagan, Patchogue, N.Y., 8,165
3, Craig Hanson, Orlando, Fla., 7,928
4, John Szczerbinski, North Tonawanda, N.Y., 7,887
5, Cassidy Schaub, Polk, Ohio, 7,875.

Men Round 4(pdf file)
Men after 36 games (final)(pdf file)
Women
1, Brenda Edwards, Mansfield, Texas, 7,890
2, Kendra Gaines, Orlando, Fla., 7,721
3, Emily Maier, Wichita, Kan., 7,701
4, Amanda Falk, Tucson, Ariz., 7,599
5, Jenn Boisselle, Brandon, Fla., 7,586.

Women Round 4(pdf file)
Women after 36 games (final)(pdf file)

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Palmdale Youth To Represent USA In International Bowling Competition

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team usaArlington, Texas in January of 2010 The International Bowling Campus opened its doors. As a joint venture between the USBC and BPAA it is the educational, governing and scientific center for the Sport of Bowling. It’s where bowling’s brightest minds gather to pass knowledge to the next generation of enthusiasts, and help the elders reminisce.

The 100,000-square-foot campus features the sport’s kid-friendly Hall of Fame and Museum, a state-of-the art training and research facility known as the ITRC or International Research and Training Center, and Headquarters to both bowling’s governing body the USBC and the BPAA.

The International Training and Research Center is recognized by the US Olympic Committee as  an official Olympic Training Facility for the Sport of Bowling. It is home to Bowling’s Team USA and is the only organization authorized to send athletes to represent the United States in International competition. As of this year Team USA Bowling officially consists of three divisions, Adult Team USA – this is typically where you see the athletes considered professionals competing such as Chris Barnes, Shannon O’Keefe, etc., Junior Team USA – which consists of athletes whose age falls within U20 and below, Development Team USA – which was officially announced last year during the North Pointe Junior Gold National Championships. The new Development Team USA consists of athletes in the U15 age group with two male and two female members. Recently the 2013 Development Team USA was featured on the Home Page of USBC’s Bowl.com.

Of interest to readers are two familiar names from the ranks of California’s Competitive Youth Bowlers, Wesley Low, Jr. and Ashley Dunn. Not only are Wesley and Ashley both from California, but they are both from Palmdale, California. In fact they have spent the past 5 years calling the same bowling center their home, Brunswick Vista Lanes. Wesley and Ashley earned their positions on the team by being the top qualifiers in the U15 Division of the 2012 Junior Gold National Tournament. Bradley Crouse from Nazareth, PA and Breanna Clemmer from Clover, SC were selected to the team as Champions of the U15 Division of Junior Gold.

The Development Team USA will compete this August in the 2013 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas, an annual WTBA and PABCON sanctioned tournament held in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida for International competition between the 27 member Federations known as the Americas Zone (PABCON). This year is the first year that the U15 Team is known as the Development Team USA where members earned their positions through qualifying competition, but it’s not the first year that the US has put a team on the lanes in the U15 Division. In fact both Wesley Low, Jr. and Ashley Dunn had been selected by the Coaches of Team USA to participate in the 50th Anniversary of the Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas last year. The U15 Team earned a Gold Medal in team competition with Wesley Low, Jr., Ashley Dunn, Kamron Doyle, and Kaitlyn Eder as members of the 2012 team.

During the 2012 tournament both Wesley and Ashley earned their share of individual medals as well, with Ashley earning 7 (5 Gold & 2 Silver), while Wesley earned 6 (4 Gold, 1 Silver, and 1 Bronze).  Ashley not only earned her share of medals, but set two tournament records. The first came in Singles with total pin fall of 2,322 for the 12 game competition breaking the previous record of 2,285 set in 2009 by Tatiana Munoz from Colombia. The second record was in High 3 Game Series with total pin fall of 664 breaking the previous record of 659 also set in 2009 by Ana Koff from the USA. Wesley and Ashley are extremely proud to have the honor of representing our Nation as competitors in the Sport they love, and no doubt are hoping to lead the team to Gold again in 2013.

It is worth noting that Wesley Low, Jr. earned a position on the U20 Junior Team USA in January of this year by being the high male youth qualifier at the annual Team USA Trials, and will also represent the USA as a member of that team during the PABCON Youth Championships in Puerto Rico July 6th – 13th.

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Iowan Tom Hess wins United States Bowling Congress Senior Masters

Tom Hess of Granger, Iowa, poses with his trophy after winning the 2021 United States Bowling Senior Masters in Las Vegas.

LAS VEGAS — Tom Hess of Granger, Iowa, walked into the 56-lane Sam's Town Bowling Center knowing exactly how much was on the line last week at the 2021 United States Bowling Senior Masters, and he did all the right things to help finish off a dream season on the Professional Bowlers Association 50 Tour.

The 51-year-old right-hander defeated top seed Chris Barnes of Denton, Texas, two times, 278-226 and 237-203, to win the coveted USBC Senior Masters title and $20,000 top prize Sept. 19, which also locked up the PBA50 Player and Rookie of the Year awards.

The victory made Hess the fourth player in history to win both the USBC Masters and Senior Masters and third to win both the PBA50 Senior U.S. Open and Senior Masters in the same season. He won the Masters in 2011 and defeated Barnes in the title match of the 2021 Senior U.S. Open on Sept. 7.

On Friday, Hess was selected to the four-member Team USA roster for the IBF Masters World Championships. The event will take place at the Dubai International Bowling Center in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, in November.

"To be able to stay present and bowl those five games ... was an unbelievable experience," Hess said. "I wasn't thinking about anything but staying down at the line and making good shots. When I stayed down, they were on target, and I'd done all I could do. Then, it was a matter of whether they struck or not, and I was fortunate to throw enough strikes today."

The five-player championship round also included three USBC and PBA Hall of Famers and a newcomer to the senior circuit, and Hess averaged more than 246 over five games to climb the stepladder from the No. 4 spot.

He opened the day with a 247-212 win against another first-time participant, Donnie Hogue of Akron, Ohio, and then topped two-time Senior Masters champion Pete Weber of St. Ann, Missouri, the first of the three hall of famers, 201-183.

Effectively cycling through his arsenal helped keep Hess on track, and he piled on the strikes against Doug Kent of Newark, New York, winning 269-216, to set up the meeting with Barnes.

It was the continuation of a week for Hess that included clutch split conversions, a sudden-death roll-off and so many strikes in pressure situations.

"I got out to a hot start as the tournament leader on Day 1, and I just kept the foot down and kept pressing to ultimately be the qualifying leader and earn the No. 1 seed for the bracket," Hess said. "Being in that position comes with a lot of pressure. You've been the best bowler all week, but now you have to beat one guy every match. During the matches, I wasn't thinking about anything but making the best shots I could and winning the match."

Against Barnes, a 19-time PBA Tour champion and winner earlier this year on the PBA50 Tour, Hess struck 17 times. Barnes never threw more than three strikes in a row and left a flurry of 10 pins and 4 pins along the way.

The two wins over Barnes marked the third consecutive time the top seed at the Senior Masters was beaten twice and denied the title.

The last top seed to win, which only took one game, was Walter Ray Williams Jr. of Oxford, Florida, in 2017. The victory made him the first bowler to win the Masters and Senior Masters twice each.

Both of Williams' Masters titles came against Barnes, who reached the championship match three times as the No. 1 seed and was looking for redemption Sunday in the senior version.

The reason Barnes had two chances to win Sunday was because he still was unbeaten in the double-elimination format, and the final round was livestreamed, rather than broadcast on TV. That was not the case against Williams in 2004 and 2010 and Mike Fagan in 2012.

In five opportunities to win one of the titles, Barnes has averaged 219.6, while his opponents have averaged 263.8.

"Tommy bowled great, and that's really where it starts and stops," Barnes said. "If he doesn't bowl as well as he does, it allows some more flexibility in what I'm doing and the choices I'm making. I'm not really a believer in luck, but there obviously was a better way of doing it than I was doing. Traditionally, one of the hardest things about a stepladder is getting out to a good start, and I threw three shots I'd take every time, with the result being three ring 10s. You can't give a guy who's comfortable that kind of head start."

Total pinfall for three games determined the winner of each match in the 64-player double-elimination match-play bracket and the final shootout, while the championship round was single-game matches.

In the semifinal against Kent on Sunday, Hess struck eight consecutive times after a second-frame 10 pin, while four consecutive nine-counts from Kent, starting in the third frame, put him behind more than 40 pins before his first double.

Hess' success against Weber denied him more than just the chance to be the first bowler to win the Senior Masters three times. Weber also entered the championship round as the front-runner for 2021 PBA50 Player of the Year honors. He won twice on the PBA50 Tour this season.

Weber, the 2013 and 2016 Senior Masters winner, fell behind early, leaving a 2-4-10 split in the second frame, which he was unable to convert. Hess started with a double and struck five times in the first seven frames, before a 3-6-7-9-10 split slowed the momentum.

Despite the opportunity, Weber didn't strike on the left lane until his fill ball. He did strike on four of five visits to the right lane, but it wasn't enough to make up the deficit.

In the opening match, Hess struck five times in his first six frames, and eight times overall, to outdistance Hogue. Hogue was slowed by an 8-10 split in the seventh frame, which came after his first double in the match.

Hess, Weber and Hogue advanced to the stepladder through the Elimination Bracket and a four-player shootout was used to determine the final three seeds for the finals.

Barnes and Kent earned their spots after moving unscathed through the Winners Bracket. Barnes topped Kent in the match to determine the No. 1 spot, 656-639.

The 2021 Senior Masters started with 223 competitors vying for one of the 63 open spots in the bracket with defending champion Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela, and matches took place throughout the day Sept. 17-18.

Monacelli finished tied for 25th place in his title defense. He was looking to become the first bowler to win back-to-back events since Tom Baker of King, North Carolina, accomplished the feat in 2007.

The event was the final tournament on the 2021 PBA50 Tour schedule, and the postseason awards are points-based. Barnes missed four events this year due to schedule conflicts with the PBA Tour and the death of his sister, Laura.

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Jones, Barnes Retire From Team USA

For the last decade, Tommy Jones of Simpsonville, South Carolina, and Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, have been staples of the Team USA program and regulars on the medal stand at events across the globe.

The two recently helped the United States to a tournament-best eight-medal performance at the 2018 World Bowling Men's Championships in Hong Kong, and the event will mark their last as members of Team USA.

After a combined 27 years on Team USA, Barnes and Jones have decided to retire from the program, though both will continue to compete professionally.

Barnes, a 48-year-old right-hander, is a 16-time Team USA member, while Jones, a 40-year-old right-hander, has made 11 appearances on the team. Jones also spent one year on Junior Team USA.

Barnes and Jones have won dozens of medals competing for Team USA, and their success together includes four world championships - three in the coveted five-player team event (2008, 2010 and 2017) and one doubles title (2017).

The duo will be recognized during a special Team USA celebration at the 2019 USBC Convention in Las Vegas. The upcoming Convention is scheduled for April 29-May 2.


Release courtesy of Matt Cannizzaro, USBC Communications

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