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    -Marianne Dirupo Regains Lead In Omaha Open

    5/30/2000 - PWBA
          OMAHA, Neb.-Marianne Dirupo, Succasunna, N.J., averaged 246.33 for six games to regain the lead by 13 pins over Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y., at Maplewood Lanes in the Omaha Open Wednesday afternoon.

          "I bowled just as well today than yesterday," said Dirupo. "I had bigger games yesterday and today I was more consistent. I struggled last night in qualifying, so tonight's going to be the big test."

          Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., averaged 238.6 to move into the top five. Rounding out the top five are; Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., and Carollyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex.

          There was a one-game roll-off for the final position of match play between Robin Mossontte, Newhall, Calif. and Laura Moriarty. Moriarty won the match 258-236.


    -Carolyn Dorin-Ballard Takes Over Lead In Omaha Open

    5/30/2000 - PWBA
          OMAHA, Neb.-Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Calif., averaged 230.1 to overtake the lead in the Omaha Open at Maplewood Lanes Tuesday evening. She leads the field by 68 pins over Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y.

          "The lane condition matched will with my equipment tonight," said Dorin-Ballard. "I am comfortable and confident with my equipment. I intend to keep doing what I'm doing, take one game at a time and hopefully you will see me on Friday."

          Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., made the biggest move of the day climbing 21 spots into the 3rd position. Adler had two 278 games of the block and posted an average of 237.5. Rounding out the top five are; Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev. and Cheryl Daniels, W. Bloomfield, Mich.


    -Marianne Dirupo Leads First Round In Omaha Open

    5/30/2000 - PWBA
          OMAHA, Neb.-Marianne Dirupo, Succasunna, N.J., averaged 247.3 for six games to take the first round lead at the Omaha Open, at Maplewood Lanes, in Omaha, Neb., Tuesday afternoon. Dirupo is a crowd favorite and owns two titles in the Omaha Open.

          "I feel comfortable here," said Dirupo, "My success here is from my past experiences. I didn't even get lined up until my last two shots of practice. Then I started with the front eight in the first game and then the front eleven the second game. I feel confident going into tonight's round."

          In second is Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex., she averaged 234.5 and is currently 77 pins out of the lead. Rounding out the top five are; Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., Tish Johnson, Northridge, Calif., & Brenda Norman, Indianapolis, Ind.


    -Macpherson Claims Another Major Title

    5/26/2000 - PWBA
          RENO, Nev.-Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., 1990's Bowler of the Decade, defeated Marianne Dirupo, Succasunna, N.J., 227-202 to capture the 2000 WIBC Queens Title, Thursday afternoon in Reno, Nev. This win gives Machperson back-to-back major titles and her second WIBC Queens Tournament.

          "It feels great," said Machperson on her win, "I couldn't ask for a better six weeks. My father has been here all week and it makes it worth winning."

          Dirupo placed second, followed by Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., Leanne Barrette, Pleasonton, Calif., & Sharon Aronson, Chino Hills, Calif.

          Championship-round results and their scores, earnings and playoff results of the WIBC Queens Tournament;
    1. Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., 227 -1 game- $23,000.
    2. Marianne Dirupo,Succasunna, N.J., 438 -2 games- $13,000.
    3. Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., 447 -2 games- $9,000.
    4. Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., 228 -1 game- $6,500.
    5. Sharon Aronson, Chino Hills, Calif., 140 -1 game- $5,000.

    Playoff Results: Terrell def. Barrette and Aronson in a three-way shootout, 234-228-140, Dirupo def. Terrell 236-213, Macpherson def. Dirupo 227-202


    -Macpherson To Bowl For Second Queens Title From Top Spot

    5/25/2000 - PWBA
          RENO, Nev. -- Wendy Macpherson (Henderson, Nev.) will need to win only one match May 26 to claim her second WIBC Queens Tournament championship. Macpherson will be joined at the National Bowling Stadium in the finals of the 40th annual tournament by Marianne DiRupo (Dearborn, Mich.), Leanne Barrette (Pleasanton, Calif.), Sharon Aronson (Chino Hills, Calif.,) and Kim Terrell (Daly City, Calif.). The winner will receive the Queens tiara, a diamond pendant and $23,000.

          Macpherson defeated DiRupo 711-673 in her final match-play round to remain undefeated and claim the No. 1 seed in the finals. Macpherson averaged 229.7 in her six matches.

          The 1988 Queens Tournament, where Macpherson won her first crown, was also held in Reno. Barrette is also looking to win her second Queens title. If she does it, she will be the first woman in 18 years to win consecutive Queens crowns.

          Barrette, Aronson and Terrell will bowl the first match of the finals. The winner will advance to meet Dirupo, with the winner of the match facing Macpherson for the title. Macpherson's opponent will need to win two head-to-head matches to win the title.

          The WIBC Queens Tournament, presented by the Reno Tri-Properties, is recognized as the most prestigious event in women's bowling.

          Thursday Match-Play Results from the WIBC Queens Tournament. Advancing to May 26 final are Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev.; Marianne Dirupo, Dearborn, Mich.; Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif.; Sharon Aronson, Chino Hills, Calif.; and Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif.

    4:00 p.m. Winners'/Contenders/ Bracket
    Winners' Bracket
          (Winner is #1 seed for May 26 finals, loser is #2 seed for finals)
    Wendy Macpheron, Henderson, Nev., def. Marianne Dirupo, Dearborn, Mich., 711-673.

    Contenders' Bracket
          (Winner is #5 seed for May 26 finals, loser finishes in 6th place)
    Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., def. Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Okla., 724-669.

    2:30 p.m. Contenders' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Contenders' Bracket, losers finish in the group 7th-8th place)
    Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Okla., def. Karen Jordan, Wayne, N.J., 604-524;
    and Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., def. Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland Hills, Texas, 700-685.

    1:00 p.m. Winners'/Contenders' Bracket
    Winners' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Winners' Bracket, losers move to Contenders' Bracket)
    Marianne Dirupo, Dearborn, Mich., def. Sharon Aronson, Chino Hills, Calif., 661-660;
    and Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., def. Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif.; 701-653.

    Contenders' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Contenders' Bracket, losers finish in group 9th-12th place)
    Karen Jordan, Wayne, N.J., def. Sandra Postma, Lansing, Ill., 650-605;
    Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Okla., def. Kathy Tribbey, Newberg, Ore., 659-616;
    Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland Hills, Texas, def. Maxine Nable, Australia, 660-593;
    and Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., def. Pat Renshaw, Newark, Del., 677-578.

    10:30 a.m. Winners'/Contenders' Bracket
    Winners' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Winners' Bracket, losers move to Contenders' Bracket)
    Marianne Dirupo, Dearborn, Mich., def. Kim Terrell, Daly City, Calif., 732-671;
    Sharon Aronson, Chino Hills, Calif., def. Anne Marie Duggan, Edmond, Okla., 622-619;
    Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev., def. Maxine Nable, Australia, 651-607;
    and Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., def. Sandra Postma, Lansing, Ill., 660-614.

    Contenders' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Contenders' Bracket, losers finish in group 13th-16th place)
    Karen Jordan, Wayne, N.J., def. Michelle Feldman, Skaneatles, N.Y., 526-477;
    Kathy Tribbey, Newberg, Ore., def. Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., 696-614;
    Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland Hills, Texas, def. Debbie Wick, Seattle, 631-561;
    and Pat Renshaw, Newark, Del., def. Karen Smith, Escondido, Calif., 618-601.

    9:30 a.m. Contenders' Bracket
          (Winners advance in Contenders' Bracket, losers finish in group 17th-24th place)
    Karen Jordan, Wayne, N.J., def. Cara Honeychurch, Australia, 627-556;
    Michelle Feldman, Skaneatles, N.Y., def. Stephanie Collins, Lodi, N.J., 678-602;
    Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y., def. Cathy Dorin, Linden, N.J., 707-685;
    Kathy Tribbey, Newberg, Ore., def. Jackie Edwards, Simi Valley, Calif., 607-530;
    Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland Hills, Texas, def. Dede Davidson, Las Vegas, 701-656;
    Debbie Wick, Seattle, def. Shannon Duplantis, New Orleans, 572-537;
    Karen Smith, Escondido, Calif., def. Tish Johnson, Northridge, Calif., 667-592;
    and Pat Renshaw, Newark, Del., def. Sharri Johnson, Tampa, Fla., 590-535.


    -300 Game Highlights End Of Queens Qualifying

    5/24/2000 - PWBA
          RENO, Nev. -- Novella White, Detroit, electrified the National Bowling Stadium with the first 300 game of the 40th WIBC Queens Tournament in her first game today. White used the eighth perfect game in tournament history to move up to 37th place, good enough to earn a spot in the 64-player match play field, beginning later today. The Queens Tournament is presented by the Reno Tri-Properties.

          Cheryl Daniels, West Bloomfield, Mich., led the field with a 3,414 15-game total. All qualifying scores will now be dropped as defending champion Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif., is added to the field.

          The "international" flavor of the Queens Tournament was in evidence as the final spot in the field was secured by Finland's Pauliina Aalto with a 3,043 total, just two pins better than Japan's Emiko Asami.

          All 480 entrants in the Queens Tournament rolled 10 qualifying games May 22 and 23. The field was then cut to the top 120 for five more games May 24. With a 64-player field now, bracketed double-elimination match-play competition May 24 and 25 will lead to the final five competing for the Queens tiara, diamond pendant and $23,000 first place check May 26. The finals will be taped for broadcast on ESPN2 May 29 at 11 p.m. (EDT).

          The WIBC Queens Tournament, presented by the Reno Tri-Properties, is recognized as the most prestigious event in women's bowling.

          For complete Queens Tournament results, visit the WIBC section of Bowl.com, or PWBA.com.


    -Daneils Retakes Second Round Lead In WIBC Queens Tournament

    5/24/2000 - PWBA/WIBC
          RENO, Nev.- Cheryl Daneils, W. Bloomfield, Mich., leads the field after two qualifying rounds at the 40th WIBC Queens Tournament. Daniel's 2,302 total for 10 games is 45 pins better than the 2,257 posted by first-round leader Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex.

          The field will now be cut to the top 25%, who will bowl five more games of qualifying, Wednesday, at 9:00 a.m.

          The field will then be cut to the top 63 bowlers, plus defending champion Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif. Bracketed match-play competition will begin at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon.


    -PBA Changes Logo, Will Move Web Site

    5/24/2000 - By Angel Zobel-Rodriguez

          One of the first visible marketing efforts from the new owners of the PBA Tour is the new logo and the movement of the official PBA Tour website.

          The website at one time was at PBA.org, then moved to its current PBATour.com, as PBA.com was owned by a medical billing service in Pasadena, CA.

          In March, web entrepreneurs Chris Peters, Mike Slade, and Ron Glaser announced their purchase of the PBA. As the tour has been on hiatus, much speculation surrounded the purchase and the changes that would take place in both the short and long term. Purchase price was not disclosed, and the new site has not debuted yet, but keep checking PBA.com for the new and improved PBA website.


    -Dorin-Ballard Leads WIBC Queens Tournament After First Qualifying Round

    5/22/2000 - PWBA/WIBC
          RENO, Nev. - Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, North Richland, Texas, leads the field after the first round of qualifying at the WIBC Queens Tournament in Reno, Nev. The Queens Tournament, presented by the Reno Tri-Properties, continues through May 26 at the National Bowling Stadium.

          Dorin-Ballard's 1,182 total for five games (236.4 average) was the top score among the 480 bowlers entered in the field. The second qualifying round will be held May 23. Dorin-Ballard's total is 36 pins better than the 1,146 rolled by Tori Romeo-Carter, Tustin, Calif., who is in second place.

          Success at the Stadium is nothing new to Dorin-Ballard, who over the weekend shattered the WIBC Championship Tournament all events record. Her 2,147 total for nine games was the highest score ever posted in the Championship Tournament's 81-year history.

          All entrants in the Queens Tournament roll 10 qualifying games May 22 and 23. The field will then be cut to the top 25 percent, who will bowl five more games May 24. The field will then be trimmed to the top 63 bowlers, plus defendinf champion Leanne Barrette, Pleasanton, Calif. Bracketed match-play competition May 24 and 25 will lead to the top five competing for the Queens tiara, diamond pendant and $21,000 first place check May 26. The finals will be taped for broadcast on ESPN2 May 29 at 11 p.m. (EDT).

          The WIBC Queens Tournament is the most prestigious event in women's bowling, celebrating its 40th renewal in Reno in 2000.

          For complete Queens Tournament results, visit the WIBC section of Bowl.com.


    -Feldman Wins Her First Title Of The Year At The Bowl The Rogue Open

    5/19/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles,N.Y., shot a powerful 242 in the championship match of the Bowl the Rogue Open, to overtake Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla.

          "In my heart, I needed to win," said Feldman, "I finished second twice this year and I was not losing tonight."

          Adler showed much poise as she climbed her way up the ladder to meet Feldman for the championship match. Adler started off with the first five strikes until she left the 3,6,7,10 washout and failed to convert. This left an opportunity for Feldman to make her move. Feldman doubled her first two frames and left the 3,4,5,6,10 in the third frame. She then threw five consecutive strikes from the fourth frame to the ninth. When Adler spared in the ninth frame and threw a strike and a spare in the tenth, this left Feldman to take the match in her own hands. As Feldman threw her second strike in the tenth frame, Feldman clutched a fist knowing she won her first title of the year.


    -Internet Invitational Returns

    5/19/2000 - By Angel Zobel-Rodriguez

          The Internet Invitational Online League enters its sixth season with an added bonus for its summer bowlers: PWBA pros. Each doubles team is paired with a touring PWBA bowler.

          Anchoring the the twelve teams in the league are Lynda Barnes, Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, Cathy Dorin, Jody Ellis, Judy Gardner, Tennelle Grijalva, Laura Moriarty, Robin Mossontte, Maxine Nable, Brenda Norman, Kim Terrell, and Tammy Turner.

          Bowlers compete in their regularly scheduled leagues, submit their scores, and then their scores are combined with the first three games of the second round for the PWBA bowlers. The league features match point play, and scores are tabulated and posted weekly on BowlingFans.com.

    The league bowls only for bragging rights, and has spawned numerous similar leagues. Unlike the other leagues, however, bowlers from the Internet Invitational write weekly updates to the entire group and have formed friendships through their emails. Some bowlers have gone on to compete in actual tournament events together such as the Hoinke, the Lilac, WIBC, ABC, and the Festival of Bowling.

    Visit BowlingFans.com for weekly league updates and comments from the pros.


    -Feldman Stays Red Hot As Top Seed For The TV Finals

    5/18/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y. averaged 224.1 to take top seed for the televised finals scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Thursday evening.

          "I'm at a loss for words right now," said Feldman, "I need to win, no more seconds. I finished second twice this swing and I haven't won in two years, I'm ready (to win)."

          Making the biggest move of the day was Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex., she started the day in the 13th position and & moved her way into the fifth position to make the televised finals.

          "It was a grind out there, scores weren't very high, you can tell by the gap in the scores between players," said Dorin-Ballard. "Tomorrow's a new day, with one game matches, it's anything could happen."

          Rounding out the top five are Cara Honeychurch, Australia, in the second position, Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., for the third position, & Wendy Macpherson, Henderson, Nev. for the fourth position.

          Fans can catch the action via the Internet by watching the live scoring of the finals at PWBA.com on the PWBA webscore. As it will be a taped show by ESPN.


    -Honeychurch Regains Lead In Fifth Round In Grants Pass, Oregon

    5/17/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Cara Honeychurch, Australia, averaged a powerful 231.3 to help her move into the lead in the match play portion of the Professional Women's Bowling Association's Bowl the Rogue Open. Honeychurch went undefeated in match play to help her move past Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla., by 104 pins. Adler who is currently in second averaged 202.5 for the day and won six of her eight matches.

          Rounding out the top 5 are Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y., Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Mich., & Carolyn Dorin-Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex.

          The top 24 return this evening for the final round of match play. The field gets cut to the top five, who return tomorrow for the stepladder championship round televised finals.


    -Adler Regains Lead In Fourth Round In Grants Pass, Oregon

    5/17/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Kim Adler, Coca, Fla., went undefeated in the first round of match play Tuesday night to regain her lead in the PWBA Bowl the Rogue Open. Adler averaged a powerful 227.8 to lead the field by 12 pins.

          "This is only the second time in my career that I went undefeated in match play," said Adler. "I had something unique tonight, usually when I bowl well everyone else bowls well. I love to play the gutter and I had that tonight."

          Michelle Feldman, remained in second averaging 214.4. Rounding out the top five are Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Mich., Cara Honeychurch, Australia, & Carol Gianotti-Block, Perth, W. Australia.

          The top 24 return tomorrow, for the final two eight-game blocks before the cut to the top five and the televised finals.


    -Adler Regains Lead In Fourth Round In Grants Pass, Oregon

    5/17/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Kim Adler, Coca, Fla., went undefeated in the first round of match play Tuesday night to regain her lead in the PWBA Bowl the Rogue Open. Adler averaged a powerful 227.8 to lead the field by 12 pins.

          "This is only the second time in my career that I went undefeated in match play," said Adler. "I had something unique tonight, usually when I bowl well everyone else bowls well. I love to play the gutter and I had that tonight."

          Michelle Feldman, remained in second averaging 214.4. Rounding out the top five are Lisa Bishop, Belleville, Mich., Cara Honeychurch, Australia, & Carol Gianotti-Block, Perth, W. Australia.

          The top 24 return tomorrow, for the final two eight-game blocks before the cut to the top five and the televised finals.


    -Honeychurch Powers Her Way Into Lead In Grants Pass, Oregon

    5/16/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Cara Honeychurch, Australia, averaged 227.5 this afternoon to take a 46- pin lead over second place Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y. in the PWBA Bowl the Rogue Open in Grants Pass, Oregon.

          The top 24 ladies return on Tuesday evening to begin twenty-four games of match play in three more rounds.


    -Adler Overtakes Second Round Lead In Grants Pass, Oregon

    5/16/2000 - PWBA Tour
          GRANTS PASS, Ore.-Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla. averaged 221.5 to climb two spots to overtake the lead in the Bowl the Rogue Open in Grants Pass, Oregon Monday evening. Although the lanes seemed a little tough for some, Adler took it in stride as she came out of the gate with a powerful 258 and kept her pace from there on out.

          "I had to keep my head when they get a little tough," said Adler. "I had to be patient, waiting for the right pairs to score. The scores show that the condition is tough this week but I have confidence in my equipment."

          Also, making a jump is Cara Honeychurch, Australia, who leaped into second from 5th. Rounding out the top five are Michelle Feldman, Skaniateles, N.Y. 3rd, Marianne Dirupo, Succasunna, N.J. 4th, & Milwaukie, Oregon native Shannon Rondeau.


    -Piroozshad And Hyman Lead Coaches' All America Teams

    5/14/2000 - Bowling Newsline
          Led by most valuable players Jeff Piroozshad of the University of Miami and Diandra Hyman of the University of Nebraska, the National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association announced its 1999-2000 All America teams April 26 at the Intercollegiate Bowling Championships in Wichita, Kansas.

          Joining Piroozshad on the men's first team were: Ian Lang of St. John's University, Jeremy Sonnenfeld of Western Illinois University, Mike Remaklus of Central Missouri State University and Mike Fagan of St. John's.

          Others beside Hyman on the women's first team were: Amy Rocco of Arizona State University, Lisa Stack of Central Missouri State, Kristal Scott of Wichita State University and Cathy Krasner of California State University Fresno.

          Earning men's second-team honors were: Arizona State's Andrew Cain, West Texas A&M University's Brandon Devore, and D.J. Archer, Wichita State's Brian Hatcher and Nebraska's Derek Eoff.

          Second-team women were: California State University-Sacramento's Tracy Castro, Arizona State's Brandi Wolfe, Hudson Community College's Linda Follett, California State-Fresno's Jackie Edwards and Morehead State University's Jessica DeCrescente.

          Men's honorable mentions were earned by: Montana State's Mike Orham, Arizona State's Mike Bronsart, Western Illinois' Derek Sapp, Indiana University's Nick Hoagland and Dutchess Community College's Thomas Brennan.

          Selected as women's honorable mention were: Wichita State's Jodie Riddell, Morehead State's Robin Crawford, Stacy Bokina and Joy Esterson and Shippensburg University's Marrisha Freeman.

          Mike Remaklus and Kristal Scott were selected as rookies of the year.

          The All-America teams were selected by ballot of selected members of the NCBCA based on performance in Intercollegiate Bowling Program sanctioned competition between August 1, 1999 and March 5, 2000.


    -Youth Bowlers and Youth Directors Take Note

    5/10/2000 - AOL Grandstand Bowling Forum
          Gary Beck of Killer 'B' Promotions will be the special chat guest in AOL's Grandstand Bowling Forum on Wednesday, May 17, at 8 PM ET. Killer 'B' Promotions hosts two large scholarship tournaments, Youth Masters and the American Scholarship Tournament. This year's Youth Masters boasts a $25,000 first prize scholarship. Gary will be available to talk about both tournaments and answer any questions prospective bowlers might have.

          For a link to the chat, please visit AOL Keyword: GSBowling. A chat log will also be available after the chat for those can't attend.


    -Dorin-Ballard Is The Top Seed For Televised Finals In San Diego

    5/4/2000 - PWBA Tour
          SAN DIEGO, Calif.- Carolyn Dorin Ballard, N. Richland Hills, Tex., is the top seed in Fridays stepladder finals of the PWBA Greater San Diego Open at Grove Bowling Center in San Diego. Dorin Ballard averaged 217.57 for the six rounds and compiled a 16-8 won-lost record in the match play.

          Rounding out the top five are Michelle Feldman, Skaneateles, N.Y., Kim Terrell, Oakland, Calif., Jackie Mitskavich, DuBois, Pa., and Kim Adler, Cocoa, Fla.

          Fans can catch the action via the Internet by watching the live scoring of the finals at PWBA.com on the PWBA webscorer. As it will be a taped show by ESPN, the actual start time is always approximate but is scheduled to begin at 2 PM pacific time, 5 PM eastern.





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