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Chris Barnes

Resides:
Double Oak, Texas
Born: Feb. 25, 1970
Twitter: @BarnesPBA
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Married (Lynda), twin sons (Ryan and Troy)

Years on Team USA (14): 1994-98, 2008-15

Team USA

- 2014 QubicaAMF World Cup champion
- One silver medal (team) at 2014 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (doubles, all-events), two silver medals (team, Masters) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Gold medal at 2012 WTBA World Singles Championships
- One gold medal (doubles) and one silver medal (singles) at 2011 Pan American Games
- Two gold medals (team, trios) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2011 PABCON Championships
- Two gold medals (Masters, team), one silver medal (all-events) and two bronze medals (singles, trios) at 2010 WTBA World Championships
- Four gold medals (doubles, trios, team, Masters) at 2009 PABCON Championships
- One gold medal (team) and one silver medal (trios) at 2008 WTBA World Championships
- Four gold medals (Masters, all-events, team, trios) and one silver (doubles) at 1997 American Zone Championships
- Doubles and team gold medals at 1995 Pan American Games
- Bronze medal (Masters) at 1995 WTBA World Championships

Professional titles

Standard (15): 1999 - Erie, Pa.; Portland, Ore.; 2001-02 - Hendersonville, Tenn.; 2002-03 - Dallas, Texas; 2003-04 - Tokyo, Japan; 2006-07 - Irving, Texas; 2007-08 - El Paso, Texas; Columbus, Ohio; 2008-09 - Columbus, Ohio; Norwich, Conn.; 2012 - Vienna, Austria; 2012-13 - Lucas Oil Milwaukee Open; Viper Open, Las Vegas; 2014 - Doha, Qatar; 2015 - Tokyo (Japan Invitational)
Major (3): 2005 - 62nd U.S. Open, N. Brunswick, N.J.; 2006 Tournament of Champions, Uncasville, Conn.; 2011 PBA World Championship, Las Vegas.

Other

- 2014 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- 2007-08 PBA Player of the Year
- 1998 PBA Rookie of the Year
- 1997 World Bowling Writers Male Player of the Year
- 1991-92 Collegiate Player of the Year
- 1989-90 and 1991-92 Collegiate All-America first team

Devin Bidwell

Resides: Wichita, Kan.
Born: March 24, 1989
Twitter: @bevindidwell
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (1):
2015
Years on Junior Team USA (1): 2010

Junior Team USA

- Two silver medals (team, doubles) at the 2010 World Bowling Youth Championships

Other

- Fifth at 2015 Team USA Trials
- 15th at 2014 PBA World Series of Bowling Viper Championship
- Third at 2014 Intercollegiate Team Championships 2014 (Wichita State)
- Second at 2012 Intercollegiate Team Championships 2012 (Wichita State)
- 2011 New Mexico Open champion
- 2011 Summer TAT champion
- Sixth at 2011 Summer High Roller

AJ Chapman

Resides: Manchester, Iowa
Born: Oct. 21, 1993
Twitter: None
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (1):
2015
Years on Junior Team USA (1): 2012

Junior Team USA

- Five gold medals, one silver medal and two bronze medals at 2012 Tournament of the Americas

Other

- Third at 2015 USBC Team USA Trials
- Seventh at 2011 Junior Gold Championships
- 2010 USBC Youth Open Championships scratch all-events champion
- Seventh place in all-events, fifth place in team at 2015 USBC Open Championships

Chris Colella

Resides: Templeton, Mass.
Born: Jan. 12, 1992
Twitter: None
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (1): 2015

Other

- Three-time Wichita State select team member (2012-13, 2013-14, 2014-15)
- Second at 2014 USBC Summer Team USA Trials
- 2014 B.E.S.T. champion
- 11th at 2014 InsideBowling.com Open

Kamron Doyle

Resides: Brentwood, Tenn.
Born: Jan. 13, 1998
Twitter: @KamronDoyle
Throws: Right
High School: Brentwood High School

Years on Team USA (1): 2015
Years on Junior Team USA (4): 2012-15

Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (team), two silver medals (doubles, all-events) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2014 World Bowling Youth Championships
- Two gold medals (team, all-events) and two silver (doubles, trios) at 2013 Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Championships

Other

- 2015 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- PBA Marion Open regional champion
- 10th at 2014 Junior Gold Championships
- Youngest bowler to shoot an 800 series (11 years, 60 days old in 2009)

Mike Fagan

Resides: Dallas, Texas
Born: Nov. 4, 1980
Twitter: @Mike_Fagan
Throws: Right
Family status: Married (Emily)

Years on Team USA (5): 2010-11, 2013-15

Team USA

- Four silver medals (trios, all-events, Masters, team) at 2014 WTBA World Championships
- One silver medal (team) and one bronze medal (doubles) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- One gold medal (mixed doubles) at 2013 World Games
- Two gold medals (trios, team) and one bronze medal (singles) at 2011 PABCON Championships

Professional

Career Standard Titles (3): 2007-08 - Doubles with Danny Wiseman, Las Vegas; 2009-10 - Dick Weber Open, Fountain Valley, Calif.; 2011-12 - Brunswick Euro Challenge, Saint Maximin, France.
Career Major Titles (2): 2011-12 - USBC Masters, Las Vegas; 2014 - PBA World Championship, Las Vegas.

Other

- Finished second at 2014 USBC Team USA Trials
- Finished fourth at 2011 USBC Team USA Trials
- Finished second at 2010 USBC Team USA Trials

John Janawicz

Resides: Winter Haven, Fla.
Born: Sept. 6, 1972
Twitter: None
Throws: Right
College: Central Florida
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (7): 2007-08, 2010, 2012-15

Team USA

- One silver medal (team) and one bronze medal (doubles) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (singles, team) and one silver medal (doubles) at 2012 PABCON Championships
- One gold medal (mixed doubles Masters), two silver medals (singles, Masters) and two bronze medals (all-events, national all-events) at 2010 PABCON Championship of the Champions
-One bronze medal (all-events) and a member of winning PABCON Team at the 2008 Federation Team Cup
- Five gold medals (singles, all-events, national all-events, Masters, mixed doubles Masters) and one silver (mixed doubles) at 2008 PABCON Championship of the Champions
- Three gold medals (team, singles, trios) and one silver (Masters) at 2007 Men's American Zone Championships

Other

- Finished third at 2013 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2011 Florida State Bowling Hall of Fame
- 2010 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- 2010 Florida State Bowling Association Scratch All-Events Champion
- 2004 and 2009 Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur Bowler of the Year
- 2004 USBC Open Championships singles and all-events champion
- 2004 Bowlers Journal International Amateur of the Year
- 2002 PWBA Les Seaton Memorial Mixed Doubles Tournament champion (with Shirley Levens)
- 1991 Bowlers Journal International singles champion

Tommy Jones

Resides: Simpsonville, S.C.
Born: Nov. 2, 1978
Twitter: @PBATommyJones
Throws: Right
Family status: Married (Nikki), daughter (Ella)

Years on Team USA (8): 2008-15
Years on Junior Team USA (1): 1996

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One silver medal (team) and one bronze medal (singles) at 2014 WTBA World Championships
- One silver medal (team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Silver medal at 2012 WTBA World Singles Championships
- Two gold medals (team, doubles), two silver medals (trios and all-events) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2012 PABCON Championships
- Runner-up at 2011 QubicaAMF World Cup
- One gold medal (team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2010 WTBA World Championships
- Three gold medals (team, trios, doubles) and one silver medal (all-events) at the 2009 PABCON Championships
- One gold medal (team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2008 WTBA World Championships
- Two silver medals (Masters, all-events) and one bronze (team) at 1996 World Youth Championships
- Rolled the first 300 game in World Youth Championships history in 1996

Professional titles

Standard Titles (13): 2004-05 - Yokohama, Japan; Lakewood, Colo.; West Babylon, N.Y.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; 2005-06 - Tokyo, Japan; Tulsa, Okla.; Norcross, Ga.; 2006-07 - Wickliffe, Ohio; 2007-08 - Reno, Nev.; West Babylon, N.Y.; 2009-10 - Tokyo; 2012-13 - Inazawa City, Japan; Kingdom International Open, Saudi Arabia.
Major Titles (2): 2006 U.S. Open, North Brunswick, N.J.; 2007 PBA Tournament of Champions, Windsor Locks, Conn.

Other

- 2005-06 PBA Player of the Year
- 2006 Bowling Writers Association of America Player of the Year
- 2001-02 PBA Rookie of the Year
- 1999 USBC Open Championships all-events champion

Marshall Kent

Resides: Yakima, Wash.
Born: Sept. 21, 1992
Twitter: @MarshallKent299
Throws: Right
College: Robert Morris-Illinois
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (4): 2012-15
Years on Junior Team USA (3): 2011-13

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (team) and one silver medal (trios) at 2012 PABCON Championships
- Runner-up at 2012 QubicaAMF World Cup
- Two gold medals (singles, team), two silver medals (doubles, all-events) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2012 World Youth Championships
- Gold medal (trios) and silver medal (team) at 2011 PABCON Youth Championships

Professional titles

Standard Titles: (1): 2014 - Saudi Arabia.

Other

- 2014 PBA Harry Golden Rookie of the Year
- 2013 Brunswick Euro Challenge champion
- 2012 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- 2012 Russian Open champion
- 2012-13 Collegiate Player of the Year
- 2011-12 Collegiate Rookie of the Year and Player of the Year
- 2010 USBC Junior Gold Championships winner
- 2010 North Pointe High School Singles champion
- 2010 Junior World Team Challenge champion

Bill O'Neill

Resides: Langhorne, Pa.
Born: Oct. 21, 1981
Twitter: @Bill_ONeill
Throws: Right
College: Saginaw Valley State
Family status: Married (Christi)

Years on Team USA (7): 2009-15

Team USA

- One silver medal (team) at 2014 WTBA World Championships
- One gold medal (singles), one silver medal (team) and two bronze medals (trios, all-events) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Three gold medals (doubles, team, all-events), one silver medal (trios) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2012 PABCON Championships
- One gold medal (doubles) at 2011 Pan American Games
- Three gold medals (all-events, team, trios) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2011 PABCON Championships
- Three gold medals (all-events, singles, team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2010 WTBA World Championships
- Four gold medals (singles, trios, team, all-events) and one silver medal (doubles) at 2009 PABCON Championships

Professional

Standard Titles (4): 2012-13 - Las Vegas (Cheetah Championship); 2010-11 - Las Vegas (Viper Championship); 2009-10 - Allen Park, Mich. (Chameleon Championship); 2014 - Badger Open, Shawnee, Okla.
Major Titles (1): 2009-10 - 67th U.S. Open, Indianapolis.

Other

- Two-time Bowlers Journal International All-American
- 2005-06 PBA Rookie of the Year
- Four-time first-team All-American at Saginaw Valley State University
- 2001, 2003 and 2004 Collegiate Bowler of the Year

Sean Rash

Resides: Montgomery, Ill.
Born: Aug. 22, 1982
Twitter: @Sean_Rash
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Married (Sara), daughter (Kaylee)

Years on Team USA (7): 2002, 2004-05, 2008, 2012, 2014-15
Years on Junior Team USA (3): 1998, 2002-03

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- Two silver medals (trios, team) at 2014 WTBA World Championships
- Gold medal at 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Four gold medals (team, all-events, singles, doubles) and one bronze (Masters) at 2002 American Zone Youth Championships
- Gold medal (team) at 1998 American Zone Youth Championships

Professional titles

Standard (6): 2005-06 - Parkersburg, W. Va.; 2006-07 - Baltimore, Md.; Medford, Ore.; 2012-13 Kuwait; Thailand; 2014 - Wolf Open, Shawnee, Okla.
Major (2): 2007 USBC Masters, Milwaukee; 2001-12 Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas.

Other

- 2011-12 PBA Player of the Year
- 2003 USBC Open Championships doubles champion
- Member of 2003 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships men's national champion (Wichita State)
- 2002 USBC Junior Gold Championships winner
- 2001-02 and 2002-03 Collegiate All-America first team

John Szczerbinski

Resides: North Tonawanda, N.Y.
Born: Feb. 15, 1988
Twitter: @john_szcz
Throws: Right
College: Wichita State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (5): 2009-10, 2013-15
Years on Junior Team USA (2): 2008-09

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (doubles) and one silver medal (team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Fourth at 2013 QubicaAMF World Cup
- Two gold medals (team and national all-events) and two bronze medals (all-events and doubles) at 2009 Lee Evans Tournament of the Americas
- Three gold medals (doubles, trios, team) at 2008 PABCON Youth Championships
- One bronze medal (team) at 2008 WTBA World Youth Championships

Other

- Third at 2014 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2013 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- Member of 2008, 2009 and 2010 USBC Intercollegiate Team Championships men's national champion Wichita State
- Fourth at 2010 USBC Team USA Trials
- Third at 2009 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2009 and 2010 first-team All-American at Wichita State
- 2006 Teen Masters semifinalist
- 2005 Teen Masters National champion


WOMEN

Bryanna Caldwell

Resides: Red Rock, Ariz.
Born: April 2, 1986
Twitter: @bryzee02
Throws: Right
College: Central Missouri
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (2): 2011, 2015
Years on Junior Team USA (2): 2006-07

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- Three gold medals (all-events, singles, doubles) and two silver medals (team, national all-events) at 2007 Tournament of Americas
- One gold medal (doubles) and one bronze medal (team) at 2006 American Zone Youth Championships
- Three gold medals (doubles, team, team all-events), one silver medal (all-events) and two bronze medals (singles, doubles) at 2006 Tournament of Americas

Other

- 2015 Inductee to Athletic Hall of Fame at the University of Central Missouri
- Fourth at 2015 USBC Team USA Trials
- Tied USBC National Adult Female High Series in September 2014 with 879
- 2013-14 USBC National High Average Sport Adult Female
- Seventh at 2011 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2010 USBC Greater Ozarks Open Scratch all-events champion
- 2010 USBC Greater Kansas City Adult Woman Bowler of the Year
- 2009-10 USBC National High Series of the Year Adult Female
- 2010 USBC Tucson Metro Tribute Award winner
- 2008 University of Central Missouri Female Athlete of the Year
- 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 National Tenpin Coaches Association Division II Player of the Year
- 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 National Tenpin Coaches Association First Team All-American
- 23-time NCAA Women's All-Tournament Team Selection from 2005-2008
- 2007-08 NCAA Academic All-American
- 2005 National Tenpin Coaches Association Division II Rookie of the Year
- 2005 NCAA Women's Bowling Championships runner-up (Central Missouri)

Josie Earnest

Resides: Nashville, Tenn.
Born: June 28, 1988
Twitter: @JosieEarnest
Throws: Right
College: Vanderbilt
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (3): 2012-13, 2015
Years on Junior Team USA (5): 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (team) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2012 PABCON Championships
- Four gold medals (singles, trios, team and all-events) and one silver (doubles) at the 2008 PABCON Youth Championships

Other

- 2008 and 2009 NCAA Player of the Year and first team All-American
- 2007 NCAA National Champion and Most Valuable Player
- 2008 Tennessee Sports Hall of Fame Co-Female Amateur Athlete of the Year
(with Candace Parker)
- 2006 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow

Brittni Hamilton

Resides: Webster, N.Y.
Born: May 10, 1990
Twitter: @BrittniHamilton
Throws: Right
College: Vanderbilt
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (4): 2011, 2013-15
Years on Junior Team USA (3): 2009-11

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- 10 medals (five gold, three silver, two bronze) at Tournament of the Americas in 2013 and 2014
- Third place at 2014 QubicaAMF World Cup
- Silver medal (singles) at 2010 World Youth Championships
- Two gold medals (doubles and team) at 2009 PABCON Youth Championships

Other

- 2014 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- Finished fourth at 2011 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2010 USBC Junior Gold Championships winner
- 2010 Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur Bowler of the Year
- 2009-10 USBC Sport Bowling High Average award winner (youth female division)
- 2009 NCAA Rookie of the Year and first team All-American
- 2008 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow
- 2007 USBC Youth Open Championships all-events champion
- 2006 Teen Masters champion

Kayla Johnson

Resides: Washington, Ill.
Born: June 8, 1989
Twitter: @kjo32
Throws: Right
College: Nebraska
Family status: Married (Danielle)

Years on Team USA (2): 2014-15

Other

- Second at 2013 USBC Team USA Summer Trials
- 2012 NCAA First Team All-American
- 2012 NCAA Championships All-Tournament Team
- Third at 2011 and 2012 NCAA Championships

Liz Johnson

Resides: Cheektowaga, N.Y.
Born: May 2, 1974
Twitter: None
Throws: Right
College: Morehead State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (11): 1994-96, 2008-15

Team USA

- One gold medal (team), two silver (singles, trios) and two bronze (all-events, Masters) at 2014 PABCON Women's Championships
- One silver medal (team) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Three gold medals (team, all-events, trios) and one silver medal (Masters) at 2012 PABCON Adult Championships
- Two gold medals (singles, doubles) at 2011 Pan American Games
- Two gold medals (doubles, team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2011 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (all-events, team) and two bronze medals (Masters, trios) at 2010 PABCON Championships
- Two silver medals (team, trios) at 2009 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (singles and team), three silvers (doubles, trios and Masters) and one bronze (all-events) at 2008 PABCON Championships
- Gold medal (all-events) and silver (team) at 1995 Pan American Games
- Silver medal (singles) at 1995 WTBA World Championships
- Gold medal at 1994 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Silver medal (Masters) and bronze (team) at 1994 World Youth Championships

Professional titles

PWBA standard (9): 1996 - El Cajon, Calif. (mixed doubles with Mike Kench); 1997 - Ashland, Ky.; Memphis, Tenn.; McAllen, Texas; 1999 - Altamonte Springs, Fla.; 2001 - Davie, Fla.; Sebring, Fla.; Fairview Heights, Ill.; 2002 - Columbia, Tenn.
Major (5): 1996 U.S. Women's Open, Indianapolis; 2001 Hammer Players Championship, Rockford, Ill.; 2007 U.S. Women's Open, Reno, Nev.; 2009 USBC Queens, Reno, Nev.; 2013 U.S. Women's Open, Columbus, Ohio

- 2009 PBA Women's Series Viper Championship winner
- 2009 PBA Women's Series Mixed Doubles Championship champion (with Norm Duke)
- 2007 PBA Legends & Ladies champion (with Roger Kossert)

Other

- 2009 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- 1998 and 2008 USBC Women's Championships all-events champion
- 2005 and 2007 Bowling Writers Association of America Female Player of the Year
- 2007 USBC Women's Championships doubles champion
- 1996 PWBA Rookie of the Year
- 1993 and 1994 Team USA Trials champion
- 1993 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow
- 1992-93 NCBCA Most Valuable Player, Rookie of the Year and First-Team All-American (Morehead State)

Stefanie Johnson

Resides: Grand Prairie, Texas
Born: Jan. 11, 1984
Twitter: @Stefanie11184
Throws: Right
College: Central Florida
Family status: Married (Chris), son (Levi)

Years on Team USA (11): 2005-15
Years on Junior Team USA (4): 2000, 2004-06

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (doubles) and one silver medal (team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (trios, team) at 2011 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (singles, team) at 2010 PABCON Championships
- One gold medal (singles) and two silver medals (team, trios) at 2009 WTBA World Championships
- Silver medal (team) at 2007 WTBA World Championships
- Two bronze medals (singles, Masters) at 2006 World Youth Championships
- Silver medal (team) at 2005 WTBA World Championships
- Gold (national all-events), silver (team) and two bronze medals (doubles, all-events) at 2005 Tournament of the Americas
- Four gold medals (Masters, team, trios, doubles) at 2005 International Youth Friendship Tournament
- Gold (team) and two silver medals (Masters, doubles) at 2004 World Youth Championships

Professional titles

- 2010 PBA Women's Series Earl Anthony Memorial champion
- 2008 PBA Women's Series Viper Championship champion

Other

- 2005-06 Collegiate Most Valuable Player
- 2004-05 and 2005-06 Collegiate All-America first team
- 2003, 2004 and 2005 USBC Junior Gold Championships winner
- 2003 South Florida Masters champion

Kelly Kulick

Resides: Union, N.J.
Born: March 16, 1977
Twitter: @KellyAKulick
Throws: Right
College: Morehead State
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (11): 1998-2001, 2008, 2010-15
Years on Junior Team USA (2): 1998, 2000

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- Two gold medals (doubles, team) and three silver medals (singles, trios, all-events) at 2014 PABCON Women's Championships
- Two silver medals (doubles, team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- One gold medal (mixed doubles) and one silver medal (singles) at 2013 World Games
- One gold medal (doubles) at 2011 Pan American Games
- One gold medal (team) and two bronze medals (doubles, trios) at 2011 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (doubles, team), one silver medal (all-events) and two bronze medals (singles, trios) at 2010 PABCON Championships
- Five gold medals (Masters, all-events, team, trios and doubles) at 2008 PABCON Championships
- Two gold medals (singles, all-events) and two silver (Masters, doubles) at 2000 World Youth Championships
- Gold medal at 2000 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Gold medal (team) at 1999 Pan American Games
- Gold (singles) and two bronze medals (team, trios) at 1999 WTBA World Championships (singles score at the time was the highest in the event's history dating back to 1954)
- Gold (doubles) and two silver medals (team, Masters) at 1998 World Youth Championships

Professional titles

Major (6): 2003 U.S. Women's Open, Sterling Heights, Mich.; 2007 USBC Queens, Charlotte, N.C.; 2010 PBA Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas; 2010 USBC Queens, El Paso, Texas; 2010 U.S. Women's Open, Arlington, Texas; 2012 U.S. Women's Open, Reno, Nev.

- 2008 PBA Legends & Ladies (with Robert Harvey)
- 2009 PBA Women's World Championship champion
- 2009 PBA Women's Series Shark Championship champion

Other

- 2014 International Bowling Media Association Women's Bowler of the Year
- 2011 Singapore International Open champion
- 2010 Malaysian International Open champion
- 2010 World Bowling Writers Women's Bowler of the Year
- 2006 Bowling Writers Association of America Female Player of the Year
- 1999 and 2002 Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur of the Year
- 2001 PWBA Rookie of the Year
- Inducted into the New Jersey Sports Writers Hall of Fame in 2000
- 2000 U.S. Amateur champion
- 1999 Bowlers Journal International Amateur of the Year
- Member of 1998 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships women's national champion (Morehead State)
- 1996-97, 1997-98 and 1998-99 Collegiate Most Valuable Player
- 1996-97, 1997-98 and 1998-99 Collegiate All-America first team
- 1996 Association of College Unions-International women's singles champion
- 1995 New Jersey Amateur champion

Erin McCarthy

Resides: Omaha, Neb.
Born: July 7, 1990
Twitter: None
Throws: Right
College: Nebraska, Midland
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (1): 2015

Other

- Ninth at 2014 USBC Queens
- 10th at 2012 U.S. Women's Open
- 2012 Intercollegiate Team Championships Most Valuable Player
- Member of 2012 Intercollegiate Team Championships runner-up (Midland)
- Member of 2009 NCAA Women's Bowling Championship team (Nebraska)
- 2008 North Pointe Insurance High School Open Singles champion

Danielle McEwan

Resides: Stony Point, N.Y.
Born: Sept. 1, 1991
Twitter: @Danielle_McEwan
Throws: Right
College: Fairleigh Dickinson
Family status: Single

Years on Team USA (4): 2012-15
Years on Junior Team USA (3): 2011-13

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- Three gold medals (trios, team, Masters) and one bronze medal (doubles) at 2014 PABCON Championships
- Fourth at 2012 and 2013 QubicaAMF World Cup
- One gold medal (team) at 2012 WTBA World Youth Championships
- One gold medal (team) at 2011 PABCON Youth Championships
- Four gold medals (all-events, doubles, team, national all-events) and two silver medals (singles, mixed doubles) at 2011 Tournament of the Americas

Other

- Runner-up at 2015 USBC Team USA Trials
- 2012 and 2013 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- Third at 2013 U.S. Women's Open
- NCAA Player of the Year in 2012 and 2013
- First-team Collegiate All-American and Academic All-American in 2011, 2012 and 2013
- FDU Female Athlete of the Year in 2012 and 2013
- 2011, 2012 and 2013 Northeast Conference Bowler of the Year
- 2010 Collegiate Masters champion
- 2010 NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player and member of National Championship team

Shannon O'Keefe

Resides: O'Fallon, Ill.
Born: Jan. 27, 1979
Twitter: @ShannonOKeefe
Throws: Right
College: Portland State
Family status: Married (Bryan)

Years on Team USA (11): 2005-15

Team USA

- Two gold medals (trios, team) and one bronze medal (doubles) at 2014 PABCON Championships
- Two gold medals (doubles, all-events) and one silver medal (team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (trios, team) at 2011 WTBA World Championships
- One gold medal (team), one silver medal (doubles) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2010 PABCON Championships
- Three gold medals (all-events, trios, team) at 2009 PABCON Championships
- Silver medal (doubles with Mexico's Adriana Perez) at 2008 Federation Tenpin Bowling Cup
- Three gold medals (all-events, singles, and mixed doubles Masters), one silver (mixed doubles) and one bronze (Masters) at 2008 PABCON Championship of the Champions
- Gold (singles) and two silvers (team, trios) medals at 2007 WTBA World Championships
- Five gold medals (singles, doubles, team, all-events, national all-events) and one silver (mixed doubles) at 2006 Tournament of the Americas
- Silver medal (team) at 2005 WTBA World Championships

Professional titles

- 2010 PBA Southwest Region Del-Mar Lanes Challenge champion

Other

- Head women's coach at McKendree
- Diamond Team champion at 2014 USBC Women's Championships
- Scratch Team champion at 2011 USBC Women's Championships
- Two-time winner at Luci Bonneau Memorial Striking Against Breast Cancer Tournament (2012, 2013)
- 2011, 2012 and 2014 Texas Blue Bonnet Queens champion
- 2010 PBA Southwest Region Del-Mar Lanes Challenge champion
- 2008 USBC Team USA Trials champion
- Finalist for the 2007 Harry Glickman Professional Athlete of the Year Award, presented to Oregon's top athlete
- 2003 Lilac City Women's Team and Doubles champion
- Three-time Rochester Queens champion (2001, 2006 and 2007)
- Two-time New York State Queens champion

Missy Parkin

Resides: Laguna Hills, Calif.
Born: December 9, 1981
Twitter: @MissyParkin
Throws: Right
College: California State-Fullerton
Family status: Married (Drew)

Years on Team USA (6): 2000-01, 2008, 2013-15
Years on Junior Team USA (4): 1998- 2001

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- Four gold medals (all-events, doubles, trios, team) and one silver medal (Masters) in 2014 PABCON Championships
- Two silver medals (doubles, team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Two gold medals (team, trios) at 2001 American Zone Championships
- Three gold medals (junior team, junior doubles, national all-events) and three bronze (junior singles, junior mixed doubles, junior all-events) at 2001 Tournament of the Americas
- Four gold medals (junior team, junior singles, junior doubles, national all-events) and one silver (junior all-events) at 2000 Tournament of the Americas
- Two gold medals (junior team, national all-events), three silver (junior doubles, junior mixed doubles, junior all-events) and one bronze (junior singles) at the 1999 Tournament of the Americas
- Gold (team) and bronze (doubles) medals at 1998 American Zone Youth Championships
- Four gold medals (junior team, junior doubles, junior mixed doubles, national all-events) and two silver (junior singles, junior all-events) at 1998 Tournament of the Americas

Professional titles

Major (1): 2011 USBC Queens, Reno, Nev.

Other

- First woman to win two PBA Regional titles
- 2014 PBA Women's Challenge champion
- 2012 World Bowling Tour Finals women's champion
- 2003 PWBA Regional Players Championship champion (first amateur to win the event)
- 2003 WIBC Championship Tournament team champion
- 2003 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships Men's Most Valuable Player and Men's All-Tournament Team (competed on men's team as Cal State-Fullerton did not have women's team)
- 2003 Bowling Writers Association of America Female Collegiate Player of the Year
- 2002-03 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-America Most Valuable Player
- 2001-02 and 2002-03 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association All-America first team
- 2001 Alberta E. Crowe Star of Tomorrow
- 1998 U.S. Junior Amateur champion

Shannon Pluhowsky

Resides: Kettering, Ohio
Born: Aug. 8, 1982
Twitter: None
Throws: Left
College: Nebraska
Family status: Single, daughter (Autmn)

Years on Team USA (15): 2001-15
Years on Junior Team USA (4): 2000-03

Team USA/Junior Team USA

- One gold medal (team) and one silver medal (doubles) at 2014 PABCON Championships
- One silver medal (team) at 2013 WTBA World Championships
- Four gold medals (doubles, trios, team, Masters) and one bronze medal (all-events) at 2011 World Championships
- Two gold medals (doubles, team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2010 PABCON Championships
- Two gold medals (trios, team) and one bronze medal (all-events) at 2009 PABCON Championships
- Silver medal (team) at 2007 WTBA World Championships
- Silver (team) and bronze (doubles) medals at 2005 WTBA World Championships
- Gold medal (team) at 2005 American Zone Championships
- 2002 and 2004 AMF World Cup champion
- Silver medal at 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Runner-up at 2003 AMF World Cup
- Gold (singles) and silver (doubles) medals at 2003 Pan American Games
- Bronze medal at 2003 World Tenpin Team Cup
- Gold (Masters), silver (team) and bronze (singles) medals at 2002 World Youth Championships
- Three gold medals (Masters, team, doubles) and two silver (singles, all-events) at 2002 American Zone Youth Championships
- Six gold medals (junior singles, junior doubles, junior mixed doubles, junior team, junior all-events, national all-events) at 2001 Tournament of the Americas

Professional titles

Major (2): 2006 USBC Queens, Reno, Nev.; 2014 BPAA Women's All-Star, Rockford, Ill.

- 2009 PBA Women's Series Chameleon Championship champion
- 2009 PBA Women's Series Scorpion Championship champion
- 2007 PBA Women's Series Etonic Championship champion

Other

- Inducted into the World Bowling Writers Hall of Fame in 2012
- 2011 World Bowling Writers Bowler of the Year
- 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2011 Team USA Trials champion
- 2009 and 2010 Dayton (Ohio) Women's Bowler of the Year
- Four-time Bowlers Journal International All-American
- 2010 Ohio Women's State Tournament all-events champion
- 2000-01 and 2004-05 Collegiate Player of the Year
- 2000-01, 2001-02 and 2004-05 Collegiate All-America first team
- Member of 2004 and 2005 NCAA women's national champions (Nebraska)
- 2004 Bowlers Journal International Female Player of the Year
- 2004 Collegiate Singles Championships women's national champion
- 2004 USOC Athlete of the Year for Bowling
- 2001, 2002 and 2004 Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur of the Year
- 2002 and 2004 World Bowling Writers Female Player of the Year
- 2002 and 2004 Bowlers Journal International Amateur of the Year
- 1999, 2000 and 2001 USBC Junior Gold Championships winner
- Member of 2001 Intercollegiate Team Championships women's national champion (Nebraska)

 

 

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