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Fabulous Four winner draws strength through coaching
At just 26 years old, Chelsea Gilliam already has won a collegiate championship, competed against the best players in the world on the PWBA Tour and built a collegiate bowling program from the...
Kuhlkin sets national record for woman's high series
PWBA Tour titlist Liz Kuhlkin delivered 35 strikes to set a national record for the highest three-game series by a woman with an 890.
Guerrero looks to make history at 2016 QubicaAMF World Cup
Defending champion Clara Guerrero is looking to make history at the 2016 QubicaAMF World Cup. Qualifying begins Oct. 17.
2017 PWBA schedule announced
The Professional Women’s Bowling Association Tour will visit four new venues during its 14-event schedule in 2017.
PWBA stars shine at 2016 PABCON Adult Championships
Some of the PWBA Tour's biggest stars found success recently at the 2016 PABCON Adult Championships in Colombia.
New Hui Fen wins 2016 Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship
New Hui Fen defeated her Team Singapore teammate Cherie Tan to win the 2016 Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship for her first PWBA title, which also was a major.
Finalists set for 2016 Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship
Liz Johnson, Rocio Restrepo, New Hui Fen and Cherie Tan will compete for The Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship Sunday at 2 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network.
Ten players remain in contention at 2016 Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship
After Round 1 of match play, 10 players remain in contention to win the season-ending Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship at Uptown Alley in Midlothian, Virginia.
Field set for 2016 Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship
The Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship, the final major of the season, begins this week at Uptown Alley in Midlothian, Virginia.
Restrepo wins 2016 PWBA St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open
Rocio Restrepo defeated Lindsay Boomershine to capture her second career PWBA Tour title at the St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open.
Boomershine makes PWBA TV debut at 2016 St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open
Lindsay Boomershine is the top seed at the PWBA St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open, which airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network.
Johnson poised to repeat as PWBA Player of the Year
Liz Johnson will enter the season-ending Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship leading the points list that determines PWBA Player of the Year.
Higgins, New racing towards 2016 PWBA Rookie of the Year
The race for the 2016 Professional Women's Bowling Association Rookie of the Year is coming down to the season-ending Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship, and Jennifer Higgins and New Hui Fen remain...
Earnest climbs ladder to win PWBA Rochester Open title
Josie Earnest wins three matches, including a 229-180 victory over Shannon O’Keefe in the title match, to claim the PWBA Rochester Open title. The finals were televised on CBS Sports Network.
DORIN-BALLARD MAKES RETURN TO TV AT PWBA ROCHESTER OPEN
Carolyn Dorin-Ballard of Keller, Texas, returns to the bright lights of television at the PWBA Rochester Open Tuesday at 10 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network.
Top performers ready for season-ending Smithfield PWBA Tour Championship
The PWBA's final major of 2016 takes place at Uptown Alley in Midlothian, Va., from Sept. 1-4, and features the top 16 players of the season.
Bryanna Coté wins first title at 2016 PWBA Lexington Open
Bryanna Coté defeated Kelly Kulick, 228-178, in the title match of the 2016 PWBA Lexington Open to claim her first PWBA title. The finals aired on CBS Sports Network.
COTÉ SEEKS FIRST TITLE AT 2016 PWBA LEXINGTON OPEN
Bryanna Coté of Red Rock, Arizona, will make her PWBA TV debut as the No. 2 seed for the PWBA Lexington Open TV finals Tuesday at 9 p.m. Eastern on CBS Sports Network.
TITLES IN THREE PWBA EVENTS DECIDED AT U.S. WOMEN’S OPEN SITE
The PWBA conducted the stepladder finals for three events at Stardust Bowl in Addison, Illinois, on Sunday, and the finals will air on CBS Sports Network this month.
LIZ JOHNSON CLAIMS FIFTH U.S. WOMEN’S OPEN TITLE
USBC Hall of Famer Liz Johnson of Cheektowaga, New York, won four matches at Stardust Bowl on Sunday to claim her fifth U.S. Women's Open title.
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