The Notre Dame College women and the Lincoln Memorial men earned Tier II wins last weekend at the Orange and Black Classic in Dayton, Ohio.
Australia's Jason Belmonte has won more major titles than any player in PBA Tour history, but the U.S. Open, which will be held this month in North Carolina, has eluded him.
Since the 2005-2006 season, Dexter Bowling has been the title sponsor of the annual Dexter High School All-American Team.
The Pikeville women and Emmanuel men each recorded big wins last weekend at the MSC Louisville Collegiate Classic.
Keller was inducted into the PWBA Hall of Fame in 1997 in the Builder category and two years later joined the USBC Hall of Fame for Meritorious Service.
Jakob Butturff has been dominant at the U.S. Open, but he has not been able to find the winner's circle. He'll take another shot this month in North Carolina.
The St. Francis-Illinois women and McKendree men showcased their team chemistry during Baker competition Sunday at the Midwest Collegiate Championships to claim wins.
The SCAD-Savannah men and Midland women paced their respective divisions Saturday at the Midwest Collegiate Championships, the first Tier 1 event of the 2019-2020 season.
Since 2006, Kegel has provided lane maintenance equipment and supplies, along with technical and on-site support, for USBC events from the youth to professional level.
The Midland men and the Kansas Wesleyan women emerged victorious at the Midland Warrior Open in Elkhorn, Nebraska, to highlight the second full weekend of USBC Collegiate competition.
BowlTV will expand its collegiate livestreaming schedule in the 2019-2020 season, covering 13 regular-season events in addition to postseason play and the ITC and ISC.
The kits provide educators the tools needed to engage children in a true bowling experience by bringing a bowling-center atmosphere inside a classroom or gymnasium.
The 2019-2020 USBC Collegiate season kicked off last weekend, and the Tennessee Wesleyan men and Campbellsville women earned their first wins of the new season at the Green River Classic.
The award winners were determined by the IBC Youth Committee based on nominations received during the 2019 Junior Gold Championships.
Youth bowlers competed for national titles in team, singles, doubles and all-events in four age-based divisions at the 2019 event held at Sterling Lanes in Sterling Heights, Mich.
Shannon O'Keefe put the finishing touches on a dream season by winning her second career PWBA Tour Championship on Wednesday.
The finalists now are set at the 2019 PWBA Tour Championship, and four players will return to the Old Dominion Building at Richmond Raceway to compete for the final major of the season.
Matches No. 5 and No. 6 at the PWBA Tour Championship will include Liz Kuhlkin against Cherie Tan and Shannon Pluhowsky taking on Bryanna Coté.
Matches No. 3 and No. 4 at the PWBA Tour Championship will feature Missy Parkin taking on Shayna Ng and Clara Guerrero against Josie Barnes.
Six players at the 2019 PWBA Tour Championship were able to navigate through the opening round at the Old Dominion Building and continue their run at the fourth major of the season.