According to a news release by Bowl.com, hall of famer Kelly Kulick has been named Junior Team USA Head Coach. The release explains, “Most bowling fans know Kelly Kulick of Union, New Jersey, …
According to a news release by Bowl.com, hall of famer Kelly Kulick has been named Junior Team USA Head Coach. The release explains, “Most bowling fans know Kelly Kulick of Union, New Jersey, as one of the world's top competitors or even as a personality on various bowling telecasts, but they'll get to see her in a new capacity in 2022 as the head coach for the Junior Team USA bowling program.
“Kulick, a United States Bowling Congress Hall of Famer and USBC Silver coach, will assume the position vacated by Bryan O'Keefe, who was named head coach of Team USA in June.
“The two have worked together for the past four years and will continue to do so in their new positions.
“Since 2017, Kulick has been one of seven assistant coaches for Team USA, offering her expertise at a variety of camps and international events.”
The press release explains her new responsibilities.
“Her new role puts her at the helm of the expending junior program that now includes more than two dozen Team USA members and the members of the developmental team. Kulick will begin her tenure at the upcoming USBC Team USA Trials, an event she won in 2019 and 2020.
“For more than two decades, Kulick has been a standout on the lanes for Team USA, earning dozens of medals across the globe. She is a 17-time member of the team and was a Junior Team USA member in 1998 and 2000.
“The 44-year-old right-hander won her first international medal in 1998 and most recently took home a pair of medals and co-Most Valuable Player honors at the 2021 International Federation Super World Championships in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
“The years in between have been filled with success on the Professional Women's Bowling Association tour and as a pioneer on the Professional Bowlers Association Tour where she became the woman to win a PBA Tour title.”
USBC Open Heads Back to South Point
The USBC Open Championships will head back to Las Vegas and the South Point Bowling Plaza in 2022.
Competitors will experience superior competition at the Bowling Plaza while exploring everything South Point and the entertainment capitol of the world have to offer.
Bowlers can go online at USBC Open Championships for forms used to enter this championship event.
Entry fee is $70 per event.
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