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Australian 2-hander wins PBA Tour title - The Phillipine Star

3/30/2009 - Australia's Jason Belmonte became the first two-hand style player to win a PBA Tour title, beating top qualifier Michael Fagan 215-201 on Sunday in The Bowling Foundation Long Island Classic.

Women bowlers converge on Las Vegas for championship-Huntington Herald-Dispatch

3/30/2009 - A lot of money is coming into the Nevada economy thanks to bowling.

Special Olympics Bowler Offers Obama Bowling Tips - Fox

3/26/2009 - Tim Maloney, a 38-year-old with Down Syndrome who has been bowling for 30 years, said the president needs to practice more if he wants to bring his recent score of 129 anywhere close to his average of


3/25/2009 - national television audience will get a closer look at the charitable work of the bowling industry during The Bowling Foundation Long Island Classic, this week's stop on the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tou

Barnes wins another PBA event - Topeka Capital-Journal

3/23/2009 - Even as he watched Walter Ray Williams Jr. flirt with perfection in the opening game of the PBA Go RVing Match Play Championship on Sunday, Chris Barnes wasn’t worried.

Barnes Wins Norwich PBA Event - Hartford Courant

3/23/2009 - Chris Barnes won his second straight PBA Tour title, beating Walter Ray Williams Jr. 722-693 Sunday in the three-game final at the Go RVing Match Play Championship.

PBA brings bowling event to Lake Wales -

3/23/2009 - The Professional Bowlers Association is bringing its Women's Showdown and King of Bowling to the Kegel Training Center in Lake Wales April 8-10.

For PBA, TV can be annoying necessity - Norwich Bulletin

3/22/2009 - It’s not called the Entertainment and Sports Programming Network for nothing.

Santos eliminated from Go RVing tournament - Norwich Bulletin

3/20/2009 - Scott Santos turned to his daughter, Marissa, in the fourth game of his match with Bill O’Neill and questioned, “How do you beat that?” as ten more pins went down with one ball.

PBA: Ledyard's Santos qualifies for Go RVing field-Norwich Bulletin

3/19/2009 - Scott Santos remembers the disappointment from a year ago.

Senior PBA event comes to Paramount Lanes this

3/18/2009 - Paramount Lanes in Elmira Heights will host some of the top senior PBA members on the East Coast this weekend in the Keith Reynolds Memorial Senior Regional PBA Tour stop.

First & Goal Column: Nolen Makes His Mark-Bristol Press

3/18/2009 - Until recently, John Nolen was a virtual unknown on the national bowling scene. He used Sunday’s nationally televised championship round of the 2009 United States Bowling Congress Masters to change th

Page set to defend PBA title - Topeka Capital-Journal

3/18/2009 - Rhino Page returns to the site of his first victory on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour this week for the Go RVing Match Play Championship at Norwich (Conn.) Bowling and Entertainment Center.

PBA: makes its return to Norwich with Go RVing Championship-Norwich Bulletin

3/18/2009 - Pro Bowling Hall of Famer Pete Weber didn’t make it to last year’s Go RVing Championship in Norwich.

Zurich wins 40th PBA tourney at Milton Open-Pensacola News Journal

3/17/2009 - Sam Zurich, a three-time winner on the regular Pro Bowlers Association Tour, won his 40th PBA regional title last Sunday when capturing the Milton Open at Avalon Bowling Center.

Practice pays for Paupst in big event - Albany Times Union

3/17/2009 - Practice can pay off, and for Dustin Paupst the result will show up on his bank statement.

Bellinder: The lane and ball were my babysitters

3/17/2009 - It’s no surprise that American bowler Missy Bellinder holds the record as the youngest to make the national senior team.

How The PBA Can Improve TV Ratings

3/17/2009 - We all know that bowling is not the most exciting endeavor on TV.

Bowling's newest twist - Boston Globe

3/16/2009 - Australian's unorthodox delivery could give sport two helping hands.

From 129 to 300: Pro bowler Steve Jaros has seen it all-Wheaton Trib

3/16/2009 - If anyone can talk about the highs and lows of professional bowling, it's Steve Jaros.