2014 Women's All Star

BPAA Tournaments

07/26/14

Shannon Pluhowsky wins 2014 BPAA Women's All-Star

2014BPAAWomensAllStarShannonPluhowsky_small.jpg 2014BPAAWomensAllStarDianaZavjalova_small.jpgIn a week where strikes were hard to come by, Team USA member Shannon Pluhowsky (l.) of Dayton, Ohio, stepped up and delivered one to remember as she defeated Diana Zavjalova (r.) of Latvia, 225-212, in the championship match of the BPAA Women's All-Star Tournament. Zavjalova clung to a one-pin lead until a missed 2-4-8-10 split in the ninth frame gave Pluhowsky a chance to shut her out.

BPAA Tournaments

07/25/14

Shannon Pluhowsky earns top seed for stepladder at BPAA Women's All-Star

2014BPAAWomensAllStarFinalists_small.jpg Team USA member Shannon Pluhowsky of Dayton, Ohio, conquered a challenging lane condition and bested some of the best female bowlers in the world on the way to the top seed for the stepladder finals of the BPAA Women's All-Star Tournament. The 31-year-old left-hander averaged 218.5 in her 16 games of match play Thursday at The Cherry Bowl and settled into the top spot with a 7,713 total for 34 games this week, including a 14-2 match play record.

BPAA Tournaments

07/25/14

Paula Vidad defends title in 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open

Tish Johnson wins Triple Crown Shoot-Out

2014SeniorWUSOPaulaVidad_small.jpgPaula Vidad (pictured) of Sun City, California, successfully defended her title at Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open with a 234-210 win Thursday against United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado. Vidad, a 54-year-old right-hander, started the title tilt at The Cherry Bowl with three consecutive strikes and struck on the first shot of her final frame to lock up the green jacket and $3,000 top prize. Johnson received $2,000 for second place.

BPAA Tournaments

07/24/14

Zavjalova, Johnson top qualifiers at BPAA Women's All-Star, Senior Women's U.S. Open

2014BPAAWomensAllStarDianaZavjalova_small.jpg2014BPAAWomensAllStarTishJohnson_small.jpgDiana Zavjalova (l.) of Latvia and Tish Johnson (r.) of Colorado Springs, Colorado, outdistanced their respective fields Wednesday to earn top qualifier honors at the BPAA Women's All-Star Tournament and 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open. Zavjalova, a 22-year-old right-hander, averaged more than 216 at The Cherry Bowl in Rockford, Ill. this week on the way to a 3,893 total for 18 games of qualifying. Johnson had 3,509, a 194.9 average.

BPAA Tournaments

07/23/14

Jodi Woessner extends lead after Qualifying Round Two at BPAA Women's All-Star

Defending champion Paula Vidad climbs to the top at 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open

2014BPAAWomensAllStarJodiWoessner_small.jpg2014BPAAWomensAllStarPaulaVidad_small.jpg Jodi Woessner (l.) of Oregon, Ohio, averaged more than 213 on the second day of qualifying extending her lead at the BPAA Women's All-Star Tournament. Woessner tops the 75-player standings with a 12-game total of 2,629, a 219 average. In the 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open, being held simultaneously at The Cherry Bowl, defending champion Paula Vidad (r.) of Sun City, California, climbed to the top of the leaderboard with 2,394.

BPAA Tournaments

07/22/14

Jodi Woessner leads after opening day at BPAA Women's All-Star

Jan Schmidt atop the 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open standings

2014BPAAWomensAllStarJodiWoessnerJanSchmidt_small.jpg Jodi Woessner (l.) of Oregon, Ohio, leads after the opening round at the BPAA Women's All-Star Tournament, while Jan Schmidt (r.) of Hales Corners, Wisconsin, tops the standings at the 2014 Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open. Woessner averaged more than 224 on the way to a 1,347 six-game total Monday at The Cherry Bowl to pace the 75-player BPAA Women's All-Star field. Schmidt's 1,192 leads the 28 bowlers competing in the Senior Women's U.S. Open.

BPAA News

07/12/14

All eyes in bowling are focused on Rockford, Illinois

Three major tournaments attract bowling's best and their fans to the City of Gardens

2014BPAAWomensAllStarLogo_small.jpg Rockford, Ill., will be the center of the bowling world July 19-25, when the best women bowlers in the world compete in the BPAA Women's All Star Tournament and Bowling's Senior Women's U.S. Open presented by Storm at The Cherry Bowl, and parents and children team up to bowl for $70,000 in scholarships in the 39th Annual International Family Tournament presented by QubicaAMF July 19-21, at Don Carter Lanes.

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