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Chris Barnes


game in PBA Tour history. The 28-year-old


globetrotter also bowled a 300 game in the fi nal of the Thailand Open, besting fellow PBA star Mike Fagan, 300-205. Representing Australia in the World Cup, Belmonte defeated American star Tommy Jones, 2-1, in the championship match. For the second consecutive year,


NEWS, NOTES AND HAPPENINGS FROM THE WORLD OF BOWLING Liz


Mohr topped the ballots for the senior All- America squad. The Eagle River, Alaska, resident also posted fi ve top-fi ve fi nishes during the year. Mohr was joined by


Johnson


Walter Ray Williams, Jr., Tom Baker, Harry


Sullins and Dale Eagle. US Bowler is the offi cial


PBA Chameleon Open and GEICO Shark Open for his second and third career PBA titles, and fi nished fourth in the 2011-2012 PBA World Championships. Belmonte advanced to the World Championship fi nals after winning the Mike Aulby Division, in which he rolled a televised 300 in the division title match against Brian Kretzer. It was only the 21st televised 300


Kelly Kulick of Union, N.J., was the top vote-getter for the women’s All-America team. Kulick earned four medals for Team USA in international competition in 2011. Kulick also fi nished second at the U.S. Women’s Open, losing in the title match to Leanne Hulsenberg at Cowboys Stadium, and posted a 13th place fi nish at the 2011 USBC Queens. Hulsenberg was also voted to the


2011 All-America team, along with Queens winner Missy Parkin, Liz Johnson and Shannon Pluhowsky, who earned a record four gold medals at the 2011 World Tenpin Bowling Association World Women’s Championships in Hong Kong. On the strength


Bill O’Neill of four Senior PBA Tour titles in 2011, Ron


membership publication of the USBC. All-Americans were selected in voting by a national panel of bowling journalists, USBC Hall of Famers and the USBC association leaders.


Missy Parkin


Sean Rash


Leanne Hulsenberg 8 USBOWLER APRIL 2012


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