International Women's Day

Melissa McDaniel, Chrissie Kent and Cathy DeSocio each hold a prominent role in helping build a future for the sport at the United States Bowling Congress, and each will be highlighted in a celebration of women in bowling March 8 for International Women's Day.

McDaniel is president of USBC, and Kent and DeSocio are the chairperson for the International Bowling Campus Youth Committee and USBC Finance Committee, respectively. DeSocio also served as vice president of USBC from 2015-2018 and was the first female president of the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America. All three will be included in video features that will debut during the day on March 8, before the airing of a special edition of The Sport of Bowling Show.

The videos will spotlight the women and the many roles they play as they work toward ensuring the future of bowling, while recognizing the efforts taken by those who helped lead the way as athletes and administrators.

March is Women's History Month, and International Women's Day is recognized around the world to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Join in the celebration March 8 by sharing a story or posting a photo or video, and use the hashtags #AFFTS and #IWD2022. Read the full release here.


THE SPORT OF BOWLING SHOW


WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP AT USBC



PWBA TOUR



WOMEN'S CHAMPIONSHIPS



YOUTH BOWLING