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LAS VEGAS – Melissa Kammerer of Staten Island, New York, rolled the highest series in the 103-year history of the United States Bowling Congress Women’s Championships during her singles event Thursday with an 818 set.
She put together games of 280, 238 and 300 at the South Point Bowling Plaza to set the record and take the lead in Diamond Singles at the 2023 event.
The previous record of 816 was shared by Michelle Feldman of Auburn, New York (2009 – singles), and Jodi Woessner of Oregon, Ohio (2010 – doubles).
Kammerer recorded the 12th 800 series and 40th 300 at the USBC Women’s Championships, and she is just the fourth bowler in tournament history to have both an 800 series and 300 game on the championship lanes.