2006 Singles

USBC Collegiate

05/24/06

Brian Valenta rises to top at 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

Lindenwood junior avenges runner-up finish from 2004 event

2006ISCchampionsAaronMurrayBrianValenta_small.jpg It was a feeling Lindenwood junior Brian Valenta (right) didn't want to experience again -- finishing second at the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships. Now for the second straight year, he ended his season as a collegiate national champion after defeating East Tennessee State senior Aaron Murray (left) 3-1 in the best-of-5 men's title match at Olympic Lanes.

USBC Collegiate

05/24/06

Sandham perseveres at 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

Wichita State senior ends collegiate career by rallying to win all three matches

2006ISCchampionsOliviaSandhamElysiaCurrent_small.jpg After four years of All-American and championship-winning performances, one word can simply sum up Wichita State senior Olivia Sandham. Resilient. Sandham (left) capped off her day of rallying by overcoming a two-game deficit to defeat Penn State junior Elysia Current (right) 3-2 in the best-of-5 women's title match of the 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships on Tuesday at Olympic Lanes.

USBC Collegiate

05/23/06

Olivia Sandham on fire at 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

Wichita State All-American averages 231.75 to claim women's top seed

2006ISCOliviaSandhamBrianValenta_small.jpg Wichita State senior Olivia Sandham earned the women's division top seed for match play at the 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships by posting a 12-game qualifying total of 2,781, a 231.75 average, on the USBC Sport Bowling long lane pattern at Olympic Lanes on Monday. Lindenwood junior Brian Valenta, who was runner-up at this event in 2004, led the men's field with 2,487 over 12 games (207.25).


USBC Collegiate

05/16/06

BWAA Player of the Year Nation leads strong field into the 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

Olympic Lanes in Milwaukee, Wis., United States (May 22-23, 2006)

Stefanie_Nation_5380.jpg Brian_Valenta_5247.jpg University of Central Florida senior Stefanie Nation has a second chance at ending her college career on top. And she's hoping her third trip to the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championships will be the charm. The men's field is led by Lindenwood junior Brian Valenta who was a runner-up at this event in 2004.

USBC Collegiate

03/26/06

Qualifying complete for 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships

Nation shoots 300 as Central Florida sends three to women's national finals

Stefanie_Nation_5380.jpg Stefanie Nation picked an opportune time to roll her first 300-game in nearly seven years. The much-heralded University of Central Florida senior opened Friday's six-game qualifying round with a perfect game, helping her solidify a spot at the 2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championships, which will be held May 22-23 at Olympic Lanes in Milwaukee.

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