Things are really heating up in Las Vegas!

If you happen to be visiting the entertainment capital of the world this week, you’re in luck! Between The USBC Open Championships, The Weber Cup and the US Women’s Open there’s plenty of ways to watch bowling. Even if you’re not in town, you can follow most of the bowling action by watching online.

WEBER CUP UPDATE

On Wednesday, Team USA rolled the first baker 300 game at the Weber Cup which helped them take the lead over Europe, 10-6.

Full match scores include:

USA 10–6 EUROPE

Kyle Troup 278–201 Osku Palermaa
Butturff/Barnes 234-236 Palermaa/Barrett
Chris Barnes 257
–234 Dominic Barrett
Troup/Butturff 236-257 Svensson/Palermaa
Jakob Butturff 278
–235 Jesper Svensson
Barnes/Simonsen 267-267 Barrett/Williams (USA win roll-off 60-16)
Kyle Troup 246–242 Osku Palermaa
USA 300-257 Europe

 

Photo Credit: Vincent Rochefort/Matchroom Multi Sport

Weber Cup XX is taking place at Mandalay Bay Resort with live matches daily 11 am through Friday. The event is broadcast live globally on Sky Sports in the UK and DAZN in America. More info can be found by visiting www.webercup.com.

Women’s US Open

The challenging patterns have been testing the ladies of the PWBA this week at the US Women’s Open taking place at Texas Station in Las Vegas. Danielle McEwan lead the Team Storm players in 2nd after two days of qualifying on Wednesday. She has averaged 212.75 through 16 games of qualifying. Liz Johnson, Julia Bond, Anita Arnett, and Thashaina Seraus round out the Team Storm players in the Top 10. USBC and PWBA Hall of Fame Member, Leanne Hulsenberg averaging 225.75 to jump into 14th place. Her 1806 set was the second highest set of all 108 players on Day 2.

Watch some of the styles of Team Storm competing at the US Open in this video.

Qualifying at the US Open continues Thursday where the field will be cut to the top 36 players.

Bowling fans can follow all the action LIVE on BowlTV. More info can be found by visiting pwba.com

USBC Open Championships

Team Storm player, Dan Higgins, led his team to success at the USBC Open Championships over the weekend. The members of Higgy’s Aquarium took over the lead of the team event with a 3,362 total. The team marked all but one frame. Higgins put together a 755 set using two Phaze IIs and an !Q Tour.

“My performance is a credit to my team, and how they help me,” said Higgins in the USBC Release. “I’m all about being clean and accurate, but without this team, my job is a lot harder. It’s great to have the chemistry we have, everyone pulling for one another, and no one in it for themselves.”

He shared his thoughts on the event with past OC Champion Matt McNiel in this interview.

Higgy’s Aquarium took home the Team All-Events title in 2016. They finished second in 2017 and 2018.

Read more about the success of Higgy’s Aquarium here.