ARLINGTON, Texas – Nearly 400 bowlers age 50 and older have traveled to Kentucky to compete in the 2022 United States Bowling Congress Senior Championships, which will take place Aug. 9-12 at Executive Strike and Spare Family Fun Center in Louisville.

The Senior Championships is a national event for bowlers who have qualified through their state’s senior tournaments. Competition will feature two divisions – Mixed and Women’s – in six age-based classifications – 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 and older.

Tournament action begins Wednesday at 8:30 a.m. Eastern with the first of two three-game qualifying blocks. Participants will be looking to claim one of 12 national titles at stake, as well as part of the $40,000 estimated prize fund.

After six games of qualifying Wednesday and Thursday, the top six scores in each division, including handicap, will move on to the advancers round, scheduled to begin Friday at 9 a.m. EDT.

Advancers will bowl an additional three games, with total pinfall (including handicap) for the nine games, determining the champions.

The 2022 Senior Championships will include nearly 400 bowlers representing 42 states and three Canadian provinces, with a pair of 2020 champions, Utah’s George Stermer (Mixed 50-54) and Hawaii’s Dale Leverone (Mixed 65-69), returning to the fray.

For more information on the USBC Senior Championships, visit BOWL.com/tournaments/senior-championships.

United States Bowling Congress
The United States Bowling Congress serves as the national governing body of bowling as recognized by the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee (USOPC). USBC conducts championship events nationwide including the largest participation sporting events in the world – the USBC Open and Women’s Championships – and professional events such as the USBC Masters and USBC Queens.

Founded in 1895, today USBC and its 1,519 state and local associations proudly serve more than a million members. USBC is headquartered in Arlington, Texas, working toward a future for the sport. The online home for USBC is BOWL.com.



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Brian grew up in New York before moving to Phoenix, AZ in 1991. He has been involved in writing for his own bowling publication called “Striking Spotlight.” He has been published in the Desert Bowler Newspaper, Windy City News Newspaper and the Bowlers Journal. Hirsch is a Youth Director in the Kenosha USBC and a former Director for the Metro Phoenix USBC. As a Level 1 and RVP USBC coach, he can be found coaching his wife Amber and their son Masen each Saturday morning. Hirsch currently has (6) 300’s and (4) 800’s and is a member of the International Gay Bowling Organization where he is a five-time IGBO Champion and a six-time Arizona State Grand Canyon State Games Medalist. The Hirsch’s moved to Wisconsin to be closer to family and assist the Freedom Farm for Vets. Hirsch’s home bowling center is Sheridan Lanes, located in Kenosha, WI.


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