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Selection Criteria

 
Required with application:
•  Copy of current membership card from United States Bowling Congress
•  Statement from bowling center manager or league secretary verifying league average(s) (minimum 21 games required)

 
Selection is made by application only. Application should contain detailed information reflecting competition experience using the criteria below, to include actual pin count. Candidates are ranked based upon experience and accomplishments using the following factors (ranked in order of importance):

  • Must be a member of the United States Bowling Congress (USBC). Provide membership number and expiration date in the application
  • Current league average
  • Minimum: Men - 200; Women - 165     
  • League averages for the last three years (www.bowl.com) [hyperlink does not constitute an endorsement by the U.S. Army or the Installation Management Command]
  • Qualifying averages at more than one bowling establishment
  • Current sport league average, if available (minimum 21 games)
  • Tournament bowling last three years (list names of tournaments, date, city/state/country, bowling establishment, and attach final standings with pin count)
  • U.S. Army team member (final standings)
  • U.S. Army trial camp participant (final standings)
  • Attitude and sportsmanship demonstrated in prior Army Bowling competition(s)
  • Coach's knowledge of bowler
  • Written referral by Army MWR Sports Director
  • Completeness, legibility, and timeliness of application packet

Competitive Results
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2014
 



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