Ohio Bowling Council
Ohio USBC Women’s Bowling Association
“Providing the best service possible to the women bowlers in Ohio.”
The Ohio Bowling Hall of Fame consists of appointed members from the Bowling Centers Association of Ohio, Ohio USBC Women's Bowling Association, Ohio State Bowling Association, and Ohio State USBC Youth organizations. Formed to encourage participation and communication within the 'Ohio bowling family', the Ohio Bowling's Hall of Fame began in 1988.      Complete listing of inductees since inception Deadline for submission of candidates for the Hall of Fame is January 15th of each year. Award for Superior Performance This award is for those bowlers 40 years of age or older who have participated in certified bowling in Ohio for 10 years or more, with outstanding accomplishments in any USBC or Bowling Centers Association of Ohio in certified leagues or tournaments. (Age and certification requirements do not apply to posthumous candidates.)   Award for Meritorious Service This award is for anyone contributing outstanding service to the general welfare and progress of the game of bowling in the State of Ohio for a period of ten (ten) years. (Requirements for years of service do not apply for posthumous candidates.) Award as a Pioneer This award is for anyone age 60 or over who has contributed outstanding service and/or have certified bowling accomplishments worthy of Superior Performance in the State of Ohio prior to 30 years ago. (Age and certification requirements do not apply to posthumous candidates.) (Age requirement must be met as of January 15.)