Your New York State USBC

The New York State USBC, Inc. is a chartered member
of the United States Bowling Congress.

NEW YORK STATE USBC, INC.
MISSION STATEMENT

The New York State USBC provides tournaments and programs
to enhance and promote the Sport of Bowling.

NEW YORK STATE USBC, INC. VISION

To be the leading authority for tournament bowling in New York State.

USBC MISSION STATEMENT

The USBC is the National Governing Body for bowling. Our mission
is to provide services, resources and standards for the Sport.

USBC VISION

To be the leading authority to the Sport, servicing the needs of bowling.

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We welcome your participation in USBC certified leagues,
tournaments, and charitable events!

To go to www.bowl.com, the USBC home page, click here.


 NEW YORK STATE USBC
PRESIDENT
Priscilla "Pat" Zonneville

4950 Maple Ridge Road

Marion, NY 14505

(315) 483-6680

 


CLICK HERE for 3rd Annual Meeting Program & Report Book

CLICK HERE to view the 2014 Annual Meeting minutes.


New York State USBC ByLaws

To review the New York State USBC bylaws, please:
Click Here for the New York State USBC bylaws:


2014-15 USBC Playing Rules

To view the USBC Playing Rules, CLICK HERE

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New York State USBC Bowling Association News
 
Levittown's Soedarmasto Wins Teen Masters Championship

JULY 3, 2015 -- Brandon Soedarmasto of Levittown, N.Y., and Brigitte Jacobs of Freeport, Ill., captured the boys’ and girls’ titles in the Teen Masters Championships at South Point Bowling Plaza in Las Vegas, Nev., Friday, each earning $7,500 scholarships.
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New York's Smith, Bowman Are High School All-Americans

ARLINGTON, Texas – A pair of New Yorkers -- Casey Smith of Chittenango and Jonathan Bowman of Peru -- have been selected to the 2014-15 Dexter/United States Bowling Congress High School All-American Team.

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Delmar's Brian LeClair Wins First National PBA Title

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, CALIF. (June 10, 2015) – Brian LeClair of Delmar, N.Y. competed on the PBA Tour for 18 seasons without a title. But now, bowling as a rookie on PBA’s Tour for players 50 and over, he can lay claim to his first national PBA title after winning the PBA50 Fountain Valley Open presented by Track Wednesday at Fountain Bowl.
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