Welcome to the Official WC USBC Website

WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL WESTCHESTER COUNTY USBC WEBSITE

July, 2020

 ATTENTION ALL WESTCHESTER COUNTY BOWLERS

 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, our annual open meeting was not held out of an abundance of caution.  We have prepared the reports necessary to fulfill our obligation to you, our members, as well as to USBC.

Click here to view the 2019/20 Annual Reports and Booklet



Additionally, we encourage you to visit the USBC & NYS USBC websites to keep informed of the COVID-19 effects on bowling.  In the meantime, let's hope that each and everyone stays safe and that we all will soon be back to playing our favorite sport.  Have a great summer!



Daniel N. Solimine, President

July, 2020

Equipment Rule Changes starting Aug. 1


The rule eliminating balance holes in bowling balls takes effect Aug. 1, the start of the 2020-2021 bowling season. The rule states all holes in a bowling ball must be used on every delivery; any hole not used is considered a balance hole, making the ball illegal. 

Bowlers who do not use their thumb no longer can have a thumb hole, as it now is considered a balance hole. They also need to mark their ball to show where they place their palm on delivery.

 

Click here for an FAQ on balance holes and gripping holes.

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN DIRECTOR, ANGELO CORRADINO

who has accepted the position of

NYS USBC ASSOCIATION MANAGER


Angelo has been a long time member of our association and has worked tirelessly with our youth bowlersHe is on our board of directors, has held office and has served on numerous committees.  He is also active with the NYS association as region 9 tournament manager.  He will remain on our board while performing his new duties.


WE, THE WESTCHESTER COUNTY USBC BOARD OF DIRECTORS,

OFFER OUR SUPPORT AND WISH HIM THE BEST OF LUCK!!

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR OWN DIRECTOR, THOMAS SOLIMINE SR.

who was named “Youth Volunteer of the Year”

 

ARLINGTON, Texas – Thomas Solimine Sr., who has coordinated tournaments for youth bowlers throughout New York and runs youth leagues at the local level, has been selected as the United States Bowling Congress Youth Volunteer of the Year by the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee.

 

The award recognizes an adult volunteer who has displayed outstanding efforts to foster, organize and promote certified youth bowling programs at the local, state and/or national level. The IBC Youth Committee selects the national award winner from submitted applications.

 

Click here to read more……