2007 Singles

USBC Collegiate

05/23/07

Pfeifer breaks through to win men's title at USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

2007ICSTimPfeifer.jpg When Robert Morris sophomore Tim Pfeifer earned a spot on Junior Team USA last summer, he figured it would have a big impact on his future in bowling. He didn't realize the impact would be felt so quickly, however. After a week under the tutelage of Junior Team USA coaches, Pfeifer showed immediate results, winning the men's title Tuesday at the 2007 United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championships.

USBC Collegiate

05/23/07

Current claims title at USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

2007ICSElysiaCurrent.jpg Elysia Current transferred to bowling power Wichita State at the start of the season hoping she could win a national championship. Now, she has two to her credit. A month after leading the Shockers to the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships title, Current, a senior with one season of eligibility remaining, proved she could win as an individual as well as she claimed the women's title at the 2007 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships on Tuesday.

USBC Collegiate

05/22/07

Farish, Rosprim lead qualifying at USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

AMF Pin Palace Lanes in Huntsville, Ala. (May 21-22, 2007)

2007USBCICSFarishRosprim_small.jpg Daniel Farish of Lindenwood and Karen Rosprim of Fresno State easily earned the top seeds heading into match play at the 2007 United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championships on Monday. Farish, a Junior Team USA member in 2006, finished the 12 games of qualifying with 2,597, an average of 216.4, to lead the men's field by more than 150 pins at AMF Pin Palace Lanes. Rosprim led the women by just over 200 pins, shooting 2,559, an average of 213.3.

USBC Collegiate

05/19/07

Bandy headlines USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships field

Haggerty turns pro and becomes ineligible

Kayla Bandy.jpg PJHaggerty.jpg Pikeville junior Kayla Bandy, who was recently named Most Valuable Player for the 2006-07 season by the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association, headlines a field of the top 16 women and top 15 men competing for individual national titles at the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships on May 21-22. On the men's side, Fresno State's P.J. Haggerty, who was named the men's MVP, has elected to join the Professional Bowlers Association and is now ineligible to compete in the event.

USBC Collegiate

03/25/07

Qualifying complete for 2007 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

2005 champ Haggerty, 2006 runner-up Current highlight 32-player national finals field

PJ_Haggerty_5207.jpg Fresno State's P.J. Haggerty, the two-time reigning collegiate player of the year, will have the opportunity to add a second national collegiate singles title to his resume as he qualified late Friday for the 2007 United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championships, which will be held May 21-22 at AMF Pin Palace Lanes in Huntsville, Ala.

USBC Collegiate

04/22/06

Huntsville, Ala., selected to host 2007 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

AMF Pin Palace Lanes, a renovated 36-lane center located in Huntsville, Ala., will serve as the host for the 2007 United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championships, to be held May 20-22, 2007. The USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships, which debuted in May 2004, features the top collegiate bowlers in the country competing for national titles.

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