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By Aaron Smith and Jessica Gilgor USBC Communications RENO, Nev. - Perfect games seem to be coming in groups this year at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships, and this time, it was Andrew Colon of Zephyrhills, Fla., and Brian Waugh of Glendale, Ariz., who achieved perfection at the National Bowling Stadium.
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Lorincz, from Belleville, won the 2013 Intercollegiate Singles Championship and is making his mark on the PBA Tour.
In the coming months, we'll talk with some of the best-known bowlers at the USBC Open Championships and get their thoughts on their time at the tournament and what it takes to succeed on the championship lanes.
As the Florida State USBC Women's Bowling Association's championship tournament enters its fourth weekend in Orlando , Kristina Stewart of Fort Myers is the only newcomer on the unofficial leaderboard, according to just-posted Week 3 standings.
Mini Tvaska of St. Petersburg, Fla., is a living legend at the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships, and her celebrity status earned her multiple appearances in her hometown headlines in the weeks leading up to her latest tournament appearance.
Since receiving the call of her professional life just before Christmas, things have been quite hectic for Double Oak's Lynda Barnes .
Ten North Mahaska Students completed the USBC Youth Bowling Program during the 2012-2013 fall and winter season.
Chris Uffman will be returning to a familiar city in Grand Rapids as he has accepted the position of head bowling coach at Davenport University after serving a similar role at Clarke University, Assistant Director of Athletics Mike Stodola announced Tuesday.
Silverdale Baptist Academy's John Hall, seated middle, signs his letter of intent to Georgia Northwestern during a May 10 signing at the Chattanooga, Tennessee prep school.
By Bob Weiner Gazette Reporter Morris Cramer never got the credit he deserved for helping to form the Professional Bowlers Association, but his passion for the game touched thousands.
Joey Biondo of Carpentersville, Ill., walked into the Reno-Sparks Convention Center as the defending champion in Diamond All-Events at the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships, and she had no intention of giving up her crown.
With thoughts of the recent Boston Marathon bombings still resonating in their minds and heavy on their hearts, the members of Boston Strong of Nashua, N.H., came to the United States Bowling Congress Women's Championships to bowl, distribute gifts and demonstrate the resilience that has come to define their community.
He went into the morning block of round-robin match play for the PBA Badger Open - the first tournament of the Geico PBA Summer Swing - as the top qualifier.
As a kid, Jerome Bettis didn't realize just how good he could be at football. The former Pittsburgh Steeler and future Hall of Famer loved bowling when he was growing up in Detroit; he didn't start carrying the oblong ball until he was in high school.
Brian Burkhardt of St. Louis and Rick Gatlin of Eureka, Mo., didn't have much room for error in their final few frames of doubles at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships, and they calmly delivered under pressure to claim the Regular Doubles lead with a 1,440 total Tuesday night.
Marc Heninger of Grandview, Mo., added his name to an elite list at the United States Bowling Congress Open Championships when he became the 33rd bowler in tournament history, and 13th at the National Bowling Stadium, with a 300 game and 800 series on the championship lanes.