USBC Senior Queens

2016 USBC Senior Queens

05/20/16

Robin Romeo wins third consecutive USBC Senior Queens title

2016USBCSeniorQueensChampionRobinRomeo_small.jpgUnited States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Robin Romeo of Newhall, California, collected a historic win at the 2016 USBC Senior Queens as she captured her third consecutive tiara Thursday at The Orleans Bowling Center. Romeo (l.) bested fellow hall of famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, in the title match in dramatic fashion, 198-195, to take home the $3,000 top prize. The 2016 event marked the fourth consecutive year Johnson has finished in the runner-up position.

2016 USBC Senior Queens

05/19/16

Two-time defending champion Robin Romeo undefeated at USBC Senior Queens

2016USBCSeniorQueensRobinRomeo2_small.jpg Two-time defending champion Robin Romeo of Newhall, California, is undefeated through two rounds of match play at the 2016 United States Bowling Congress Senior Queens and still in contention for an unprecedented third consecutive win at the premier event in senior women's bowling. Romeo (pictured), who qualified second for the double-elimination match-play bracket after averaging 220 through 15 games of qualifying at The Orleans Bowling Center in Las Vegas, is one of eight undefeated bowlers left in the field.

2016 USBC Senior Queens

05/18/16

Tish Johnson leads after two rounds at 2016 USBC Senior Queens

2016USBCSeniorQueensTishJohnson_small.jpgUnited States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, averaged more than 230 during her second block of qualifying at the USBC Senior Queens and leads after two rounds at The Orleans Bowling Center in Las Vegas. The left-hander (pictured above) was fourth after the first five-game block Tuesday, but surged to the top of the 70-player field with a 1,152 total during the second block, giving her a 10-game total of 2,222.

USBC News

03/04/16

USBC Queens, Senior Queens set for Baton Rouge in 2017

2016USBCQueensSeniorQueensLogo_small.jpg The 2017 United States Bowling Congress Queens and Senior Queens will be held in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, taking place in the same custom facility that will play host to the 2017 USBC Women's Championships. The 2017 USBC Queens and Senior Queens will take place concurrently from May 17-23 at the Baton Rouge River Center, the site for the 2017 Women's Championships. The Queens is a major event on the Professional Women's Bowling Association Tour.

USBC News

08/06/15

USBC Queens, Senior Queens head to Las Vegas in 2016

2016USBCQueensSeniorQueensLogo_small.jpg The USBC Queens and Senior Queens will head to Las Vegas in 2016, allowing participants to also compete in the 2016 USBC Women's Championships in just one trip. The Queens will be held May 20-26, while the Senior Queens will take to the lanes May 15-20, both at The Orleans Hotel & Casino. The events will take place in the same city as the 2016 USBC Women's Championships, which will be held at the South Point Bowling Plaza from April 9-July 10.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/20/15

Robin Romeo makes history at 2015 USBC Senior Queens

2015USBCSQRobinRomeo3_small.jpgUSBC Hall of Famer Robin Romeo (pictured) of Newhall, California, became the first woman in history to win back-to-back USBC Senior Queens titles as she defeated fellow hall of famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, for the second consecutive year. The 57-year-old right-hander earned $3,000 and the coveted Senior Queens tiara for the win Tuesday at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wis., while Johnson took home $1,500 for the second-place effort.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/19/15

Tish Johnson again top seed at USBC Senior Queens

Defending champion Robin Romeo, Mandy Wilson, Char Hammel and Lisa Wasson also advance to the stepladder finals to be broadcast live on BowlTV on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Eastern

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For the third consecutive year, USBC Hall of Famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colorado, will bowl for the title at the USBC Senior Queens. The 52-year-old left-hander still is searching for her first win at the event. Defending champion Robin Romeo, Mandy Wilson, Char Hammel and Lisa Wasson also advance to the stepladder finals to be broadcast live on BowlTV on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Eastern

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/18/15

Defending champion Robin Romeo flawless at USBC Senior Queens

2015USBCSQRobinRomeo2_small.jpgDefending champion Robin Romeo (pictured) of Newhall, California, is one of eight bowlers still perfect at the 2015 USBC Senior Queens. The 57-year-old right-hander earned the top seed for the double-elimination match-play bracket by averaging more than 207 through 15 games of qualifying and rolled through two matches Sunday at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley relatively untested. Match play will continue through Monday until the final five are determined for the stepladder finals. BowlTV will broadcast the finals on Tuesday at 11 a.m. Eastern.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/17/15

Robin Romeo top qualifier at USBC Senior Queens

Top 32 players advance to the double-elimination match-play bracket starting Sunday at 10 a.m. Eastern

2015USBCSQRobinRomeo2_small.jpg Defending champion Robin Romeo (pictured) of Newhall, California, earned top qualifier honors Saturday as the 2015 USBC Senior Queens made the cut to match play. Romeo, a USBC Hall of Famer, finished qualifying with a 15-game total of 3,111 (207.4 average) at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wis. The top 32 players advanced to the double-elimination match-play bracket, which begins Sunday at 10 a.m. Eastern. Joanne Herman of Natick, Massachusetts, earned the final spot in match play with a 2,414 total.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/16/15

Robin Romeo remains atop USBC Senior Queens standings after Round 2

2015USBCSQRobinRomeo_small.jpg A day after easily taking the first-round lead, defending champion Robin Romeo (pictured) of Newhall, California, continued to dominate the field Friday at the 2015 USBC Senior Queens. The USBC Hall of Famer now has a 10-game total of 2,118 (211.8 average) heading into the final round of qualifying Saturday at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wis. Romeo shot 1,080 in Thursday's first round and followed it up with 1,038 in Friday's second round.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/15/15

Robin Romeo tops USBC Senior Queens field in Round 1

2015USBCSQRobinRomeo_small.jpg Defending champion Robin Romeo (pictured left) of Newhall, California, took the early lead as qualifying kicked off Thursday at the 2015 USBC Senior Queens. Romeo, a USBC Hall of Famer, fired a five-game total of 1,080 (216 average) to top the field at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wis. All 37 Senior Queens participants will bowl 15 games of qualifying, and the field then will be cut to the top 31, plus Romeo, for the double-elimination match-play bracket.

2015 USBC Senior Queens

05/09/15

Robin Romeo ready to defend title at 2015 USBC Senior Queens

2014USBCSQRobinRomeo2_small.jpg Though USBC Hall of Famer Robin Romeo (pictured) of Newhall, California, still was recovering from surgery on her non-bowling thumb, she put together a memorable 2014 season by winning the USBC Senior Queens and a Diamond Doubles title at the USBC Women's Championships. This year, the 57-year-old right-hander finds herself in a similar situation after elbow surgery last fall, but she's excited about the upcoming 2015 USBC Senior Queens, where she'll look to defend her title May 13-19 at The Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

USBC News

09/09/14

Queens, Senior Queens set guaranteed brackets for 2015

Both events are conducted in Ashwaubenon Bowl in Green Bay, Wis. (May 13-19, 2015)

USBCQueensLogo_small.jpgThe United States Bowling Congress Queens and Senior Queens will feature guaranteed brackets when the 2015 events are conducted in Green Bay, Wisconsin, in May. The Queens will advance 64 players to the double-elimination match-play bracket, while the Senior Queens will have a 32-player bracket. Both events will take place May 13-19 at Ashwaubenon Bowl. Each event will have at least a 1:3 cashing ratio and each participant who reaches the match-play bracket will cash.

2014 USBC Senior Queens

07/04/14

Robin Romeo wins 2014 USBC Senior Queens

2014USBCSQRobinRomeo2_small.jpg United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Robin Romeo (pictured left) of Newhall, Calif., made her way through the stepladder finals to capture the coveted tiara at the 2014 USBC Senior Queens presented by Storm on Thursday. The 57-year-old right-hander defeated fellow hall of famer and top seed Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colo., 241-188, to take home the $3,500 top prize at the National Bowling Stadium. It was her first victory in more than 30 years of USBC Queens and Senior Queens competition.

2014 USBC Senior Queens

07/03/14

Tish Johnson top seed at 2014 USBC Senior Queens

2014USBCSQFinalists_small.jpg USBC Hall of Famer Tish Johnson of Colorado Springs, Colo., got more comfortable during each round of match play at the 2014 USBC Senior Queens presented by Storm and earned the top seed for the stepladder finals for the second consecutive year. The 52-year-old left-hander defeated 2011 USBC Senior Queens champion Paula Vidad of Sun City, Calif., 764-587, at the National Bowling Stadium on Wednesday to remain undefeated at this year's event.

2014 USBC Senior Queens

07/01/14

Dana Miller-Mackie earns No. 1 seed at 2014 USBC Senior Queens

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2013USBCTripleCrownShootOutLucySandelin2_small.jpgUSBC Hall of Famer Dana Miller-Mackie (l.) of Albuquerque, N.M., outlasted defending champion and fellow hall of famer Lucy Sandelin (r.) of Tampa, Fla., to earn the top seed heading into match play at the 2014 United States Bowling Congress Senior Queens presented by Storm. Miller-Mackie paced the 56-player field through the 15 games of qualifying this week with a 3,249 pinfall total, a 216.6 average. Sandelin finished second with 3,220.

2014 USBC Senior Queens

06/30/14

Tish Johnson secures top spot at 2014 USBC Senior Queens

2013PBA50TishJohnson_small.jpgUSBC Hall of Famer Tish Johnson (pictured) came to the 2014 USBC Senior Queens feeling a lot sharper on the lanes than she has in a long time, and it showed as she paced the field at the National Bowling Stadium on Sunday. The 52-year-old left-hander started the second day of qualifying in second place but found her way to the top of the standings with a 10-game total of 2,232. Johnson is followed by a pair of fellow hall of famers, Dana Miller-Mackie (2,176) and defending Senior Queens champion Lucy Sandelin (2,160).

2014 USBC Senior Queens

06/29/14

Lilia Johnson leads at 2014 USBC Senior Queens after first round qualifying

2014USBCSQLogo_small.jpgLilia Johnson of Lawton, Okla., found herself in familiar territory atop the standings at the USBC Senior Queens presented by Storm after averaging more than 234 at the National Bowling Stadium on Saturday. The 62-year-old has been the early leader at the event before, but still is waiting for her breakthrough win. She closed her five-game block with games of 257 and 254, catapulting her into the lead with a 1,174 total.

USBC Senior Queens

06/24/14

15th USBC Senior Queens begins Saturday in Reno

Stepladder finals will be broadcast live on BowlTV on Thursday, July 3 at 1 p.m. EDT

2013USBCTripleCrownShootOutLucySandelin_small.jpgUnited States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer Lucy Sandelin (pictured ) of Tampa, Fla., is ready to put her USBC Senior Queens title on the line this week at the National Bowling Stadium. The 15th annual Senior Queens, which is presented by Storm, will feature more than 50 of the top senior women bowlers in the country. The 2014 edition of the tournament kicks off Saturday at the 78-lane NBS. The stepladder finals will be broadcast live on BowlTV on Thursday, July 3 at 1 p.m. EDT.

USBC News

06/10/14

2015 USBC Queens shifts to May with live ESPN2 finals

Six USBC major events to be held in Green Bay, Wis., in 2015

2013USBCQueensLogo_small.jpgThe 2015 United States Bowling Congress Queens presented by Storm will shift dates to May next year with the finals being broadcast live on ESPN2. The Queens will take place at Ashwaubenon Bowl in Green Bay, Wis., starting May 13 and concluding with the nationally televised finals at 8 p.m. Eastern on May 19. The 2015 USBC Senior Queens will also take place during the same timeframe. Both events were previously scheduled for late summer in 2015.

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