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2019 Dual Lanes
Posted May 8, 2019, 4:17 p.m.

Deadline is quickly approaching.   Please let Lauree Schieber know if you plan on bowling.  


2019 Johnson Lanes
Posted Feb. 28, 2019, 10:51 a.m.

Results have been posted to the Johnson's Tour page.

 


2019 WNDA Pro Tour Schedule
Posted Jan. 28, 2019, 10:50 a.m.

Johnson’s Lanes
Hamden, CT
April 27-28th

Dual Lanes
Hagerstown, MD
May 24th-26th

White Oak
Silver Spring, MD
July 12th-14th Combined Event

Town Hall
Johnston, RI
Aug 2nd-4th Combined Event

Mt. Airy Lanes
MT. Airy, Md
Aug 30th-Sept 1st

*All Stops must have 25 bowlers


2018 Bowler and Rookie of the Year Points Leaders
Posted Aug. 30, 2018, 9:01 p.m.

Bowler of the Year  Points Leaders

Amy Sykes              385

Connie Ward           353

Dani McClay            270

Mindy Hammonds   256

Cindy Gillick            220

Jill Manns                209

Rookie of the Year Points Leaders

Kristen Cochefski     149

Rebecca Dove          127

Melissa Hartner          72

Taylor Stollof              52


Hall of Fame Qualifications
Posted May 31, 2018, noon

Hall Of Fame Qualifications

1993 marked the beginning of the Women’s Professional Duckpin Hall of Fame; in which we have combined and honor the accomplishments both on and off the lanes of those individuals who have contributed to both the Women’s National Duckpin Association (WNDA) and the Ladies’ Professional Duckpin Tour (LPDT).

The categories for the Hall of Fame are Superior Performance and Meritorious Service.


SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE:

Qualifications:  Bowlers will automatically qualify for induction into the Hall  of Fame if they acquire one of the following:

  1. 30 or more Hall of Fame points
  2. 2100 or more BOY points plus 1 victory
  3. Any combination of 4:  victories and/or Bowler of the Year awards
  4. 30 years as a member of the LPDT/WNDA plus a total of at least 1400 BOY points

Hall of Fame points are awarded on the following basis:

  1. Each Bowler of the Year award = 6 points
  2. Each WNDA/LPDT victory = 4 points
  3. Each time High Qualifier = 3 points
  4. Each LPDT/WNDA 2nd place = 2 points
  5. Each LPDT/WNDA 3rd, 4th or 5th place = 1 point
  6. Each 350 BOY points (no fractions) = 1 point

Should any female bowler have been suspended from bowling for any reason at any time, that female bowler will not be eligible for induction into the WPD Hall of Fame.


MERITORIOUS SERVICE:

For anyone who has done exceptional work for the benefit of the LPDT/WNDA through public relations, promotion, or organization, his/her name may be nominated for election to the WPD Hall of Fame.  The name should be submitted in writing to the Hall of Fame Committee/Chairperson with a list of reasons and/or accomplishments.  Voting will be done by the Governing Body.


VETERANS COMMITTEE: 

The President, at her/his discretion, will appoint a committee to be known as the Veterans Committee for the purpose of reviewing records of former members of the LPDT/WNDA who have been out of the LPDT/WNDA for a minimum of 5 years.  This committee will have the power, by ten affirmative vote of ¾ of the members to place names on the Hall of Fame ballots.  This committee will remain intact unless it should become necessary to replace a member or members.


2017 Final Stats and Averages
Posted Feb. 28, 2018, 3:14 p.m.

The Final Average will be the bowler's tour average for 2018 if the bowler bowlerd 3 or more tour stops in 2017.

2017 Final Stats

2018 Forms
Posted Feb. 16, 2018, noon

All 2018 Forms (Member Letter, Membership Application, Sponsor Letter/Form, Adopt a Bowler) have been added to the Forms page.

Also, the Johnson's and Dual Welcome Letters have been posted on their respective tour pages.


2017 Bowler of the Year and Rookie of the Year
Posted Sept. 10, 2017, 11:24 p.m.

Congratulations to the 2017 Bowler of the Year "Amy Sykes" and 2017 Rookie of the Year "Tracey Ormiston"


2016 Bowler and Rookie of the Year
Posted July 14, 2016, 6:28 p.m.

Congratulations to the 2016 Bowler of the Year "Amy Sykes" and 2016 Rookie of the Year "Mara Laboissoniere".




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