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USOC Regognizes USBC Coach

Bowling received its first national coaching award from the United States Olympic Committee when USBC Gold coach Mike Nyitray was named USOC 2010 Develop- mental Coach of the Year.


NATIONAL NEWS More than 1,600 USBC Youth bowlers rolled off at Sunset Station’s Strike Zone in Henderson,

Nev., in the chase for the 2011 USBC Junior Gold Championships and coveted spots on Junior Team USA. Gary Faulkner of Memphis, Tenn., cruised to a 225-pin win for the boys title, while Natalie Jiminez of Rowland Heights, Calif., earned the girls crown. With the top four boys and top four girls earning automatic spots on Junior Team USA in 2012, Faulkner and Jiminez will be joined by Andrew Koff, Zack Hattori, Marshall Kent, Elise Bolton, Amanda Greene and Jessica Earnest. The National Selection Committee chose Holly Harris, Addileen Pointer, A.J. Chap- man and Tyler Vostry to also join Junior Team USA in 2012. The remaining four roster spots will be determined at the 2012 USBC Team USA Trials in January.

Nicholson Receives Laneman Award Longtime lane maintenance expert Len Nicholson was selected as the first recipient of The Jim Jaryszak Lane- man Award for his role in the development of lane condi- tions in bowling.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE Weight Specifications For Bowling Balls Unchanged

A recent study by the USBC Equipment Specifications and Certifications team showed current specifications for static weight limits in USBC-approved bowling balls will need to remain.


2011 Storm Bowlers Journal Champs Crowned Open Singles champ Casey Murphy was among the champions crowned in Reno, as was 2011 USBC Masters champion Tom Hess, who picked up the Mixed Doubles title with Angela Chirpich.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE Record Performances Mark USBC Youth Open

Tristan Musick of Olathe, Kan., rolled the first 800 series in the history of the USBC Youth Open, while Minnesota’s Dan Reinke carded the tournament’s first perfect game.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE $100,000 Doled Out In Scholarships

JUNIOR GOLD RUSH: Champions Faulkner and Jiminez discuss Junior Gold success. CLICK ON THE PLAY BUTTON ABOVE FOR A RECAP OF 2011 USBC JUNIOR GOLD

The North Pointe Insurance Group handed out $100,000 in college scholarships, including $15,000 each to cham- pions Tylor Greene and Melanie Hannon, at the North Pointe High School Singles Championships in Las Vegas.


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