Angela went into a bowling center when she was 13 years old to watch a family member bowl (in 1986) and having never bowled before, she liked what she saw and decided to try it that day. She bowled for the first time and shot a 213 game and was hooked from that moment on. She joined a youth league that fall and it’s been a great journey since that day.
Angela has had a 300 game – 12 times, a high series of 837 and 5 other 800 series.
Michigan WBA State Tournament - Actual Scratch Team Champion: 2003/2005/2008/2011/2015 , Actual Scratch Doubles Champion: 2003
Michigan WBA –Queens “runner–up”2014 and again in 2016
Metro Detroit USBC-Queens Champion - 2014 and “runner–up” two times.
Metro Detroit USBC Women’s City Tournament –Scratch Singles Champion 2016,
HDCP Singles Champion 2016, Scratch Team Champion in: 2007/2008/2011/2013/2015/2016
Metro Detroit Rip Ten Series Champion-March 2013, April 2013, April 2014
Tri-City Women’s Association: City Tournament- Actual All Events Champion 1997,
HDCP All Events Champion 1997. HDCP Singles Champion 1997and Actual Team Champion 1997.
Metro Detroit USBC Hall of Fame—2013
Metro Detroit USBC All City Team -1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, and in 2014 First Team Captain
Tri City Women’s Bowling Association- All City Team 1997
Metro Detroit USBC Women’s City Tournament -Team Series Scratch Record 3467
Michigan WBA State Tournament -Team Series Scratch Record 3536 in
Battle Creek 2015 for the Women’s State Tournament record
Angela loves bowling and coaching, commenting on how this sport is so special, especially due to the friendships you make along the way.
Angela shared with us the following: “A sad note about being inducted in the Michigan WBA Hall of Fame, my Dad won’t be there. God had called him home 02/06/2016. But, before he passed he knew about the letter I received from MWBA and was very happy and proud. This journey would not have been possible without the love and dedication he has instilled in me.”
The MWBA is proud to welcome you Angela into the Michigan State Hall of Fame for Superior Performance for 2016.