USBC Queens

United States

04/29/07

Zulkifli leads contingent of Malaysian bowlers in USBC Queens By Dave Demarest

Republished courtesy of USBC Communications (April 28, 2007)

2007USBCQShalinZulkifli_small.jpg Shalin Zulkifli, left, and her teammates on the Malaysian national team came to the 2007 USBC Queens to compete against the best the world has to offer. Already one of the top teams in Asia, team members Wendy Chai, Siti Safiyah, Esther Cheah, Sharon Koh, Choy Poh Lai, Zandra Aziela and Zulkifli wanted to compete individually in the United States to see how they stacked up against the rest of the world.

USBC Queens

04/25/07

Record eight foreign countries will be represented at 2007 USBC Queens

AMF Carolina Lanes in Matthews, N.C. (April 28 - May 2, 2007)

2006USBCQueensLogo.jpg As bowling's richest and most prestigious tournament for women, the USBC Queens attracts competitors from all over the world. A record eight foreign countries will be represented in the 2007 event which will be conducted April 28-May 2 at AMF Carolina Lanes in the Charlotte suburb of Matthews, N.C.

USBC Queens

04/19/07

Amateur star Pluhowsky ready to defend USBC Queens title

AMF Carolina Lanes in Matthews, N.C. (April 28 - May 2, 2007)

2006USBCQueenschampionShannonPluhowsky_small.jpg Shannon Pluhowsky has clearly established herself as one of the top female bowlers in the world over the past eight years. And another victory at the United States Bowling Congress Queens would further cement that reputation. Pluhowsky, a seven-time Team USA member, will look to defend her Queens title when the event kicks off at AMF Carolina Lanes in Matthews, N.C., on April 28.

USBC News

04/03/07

Confidence will be crucial for Kulick at USBC Queens

2007KellyKulick_small.jpg If there's one thing Kelly Kulick learned as the first exempt woman on the Denny's Professional Bowlers Association Tour, it was that confidence is a huge factor in determining success. So when Kulick steps into AMF Carolina Lanes in Matthews, N.C., for the United States Bowling Congress Queens later this month, she will do so with a different mindset than in the past.

USBC News

03/24/07

Marshall Holman to be color analyst for USBC Queens telecast on ESPN2

2006USBCQueensLogo.jpg Professional Bowlers Association Hall of Famer Marshall Holman will be the color analyst for the live ESPN2 telecast of the 2007 United States Bowling Congress Queens finals. He returns to the booth after serving as ESPN's commentator for PBA telecasts from 1996 to 2001.

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