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.
Under the new guidelines, SMART scholarships might be used to receive reimbursement for expenses related to tuition and other student expenses.
Next month, IBC Youth Development will take the Collegiate Experience to BowlTV so student-athletes can learn more about college bowling programs.
USBC approved waivers and modifications to its rules to allow certified leagues and tournaments more flexibility to adhere to health guidelines related to COVID-19 when bowling returns.
The $3.5 million allocation is the largest investment earnings allocation made by the SMART Board over the past seven years.
The 2021 Junior Gold Championships will take place July 5-17, 2021, in Indianapolis with the U20 division kicking off the event ahead of the three youth divisions.
After conducting research and testing balls used in competition, USBC proposes adjusting the ball hardness specification to 73D for all models and eliminating field tests.
The USBC board approved a special resolution to cancel the convention and postpone the annual meeting until 2021 because of COVID-19 public health restrictions.
IBC Youth Development has canceled the 2020 Junior Gold Championships, USA Bowling National Championships, Youth Open, and the Survivor tournament.
USBC suspended the Team USA programs because of uncertainty related to the COVID-19 pandemic and the postponement of international competitions.
Webber International's Caitlyn Johnson and Tom Hankey Jr. were recognized by the NCBCA as the Most Valuable Players of the 2019-2020 collegiate bowling season.
The USBC Open Championships in Reno, Nev., will start Sept. 12 and the USBC Women’s Championships in Las Vegas will kick off Sept. 19.
USBC Collegiate will not extend eligibility for student-athletes who had their postseason cut short, which follows the decision of major collegiate athletic associations.
The Carrollton, Texas, resident was TNBA president from 1992-1996 and served as a director on the USBC board for nine years.
The Gift For Life Scholarship recipients, who are USBC Youth bowlers currently in high school, were selected by the IBC Youth Committee and each receives a $1,000 scholarship.
Ryan Gatton of Owensboro, Ky., a senior at Apollo High School, was selected as the Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow by the IBC Youth Committee.
A Women’s International Bowling Congress administrator for 24 years, the Sioux City, Iowa, native was inducted into the hall of fame for Meritorious Service in 1988.
Caroline Thesier of Mooresville, N.C., who won the U17 title at last summer’s Junior Gold Championships, has been selected as the 2020 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow.
With the postponement of leagues and events in the past month, IBC Youth Development has extended the deadline for qualifying events to June 15.
Five USBC Youth members were selected for the scholarship named in honor of the legendary hall of famer who was dedicated to helping youth bowlers.