Bowling fans, and those who love the history of the USBC Open Championships, chose eight-time Eagle winner and USBC Hall of Famer Bill Lillard Sr. as the winner of the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge.
The final match of the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge includes two tournament titans in a battle between longevity/continued success and an incredible record all-events performance.
Former Team USA member Wesley Low Jr. will have his name etched into the USBC record book as the 36th bowler to roll a 900 series.
We know the quadrant winners from the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge, and it now is time for the overall semifinals. Only four contenders remain from a stacked field of 32.
The USBC has canceled all remaining national events for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020-2021 USBC Collegiate season will be postponed until January 2021.
The field in the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge is down to eight great moments, milestones and competitors, and we'll soon know the four overall semifinalists.
The second round of the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge continues, and it's time to see which contenders will advance in the Tournament Firsts and Head-to-Head quadrants.
The 2019-2020 team features two bowlers from last season’s team, and three juniors are among the 10 high school bowlers selected for this year’s squad.
The second round of the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge is underway, and it's time to see which contenders will advance in the Record Moments and Participation/General OC Milestones quadrants.
We've seen some amazing and head-turning performances at the USBC Open Championships. Now, it's time to pick between some of those performers in the Head-to-Head portion of the 2020 OC Bracket Challenge.
Since 1901 gave us our FIRST USBC Open Championships, there have been countless additional FIRSTS on the championship lanes. This part of the OC Bracket Challenge revisits eight of the most notable.
The 2020 OC Bracket Challenge rolls on with a series of Participation & Milestones matchups that offer a celebration of the people and moments that shaped the history of the USBC Open Championships.
The 2020 OC Bracket Challenge gets underway with a look at some of the event's record-setting performances. Remember to cast your votes on the official OC Facebook page.
USBC has raised the minimum hardness to 73D for all models after reviewing comments from manufacturers.
The postponement means the inspection of centers under the new tiered center certification program will not begin until Jan. 1, 2023.
Registration for the 2021 USBC Women’s Championships in Addison, Illinois, will begin July 6 at noon Eastern.
A survey of USBC members conducted in late May found an overwhelming majority of bowlers were planning to bowl in a fall league when the 2020-2021 season starts in August.
The event previously was scheduled to be held in a newly built facility in Houston but business interruptions caused by COVID-19 mandated the change.
The PWBA has canceled its 2020 PWBA Tour season, including its two major events, the USBC Queens and the U.S. Women’s Open.
USBC members now can see their current status for U.S. Center for SafeSport training and Registered Volunteer Program (RVP) requirements through their profile on BOWL.com.