The Iowa State USBC is an organization consisting of men, women and youth bowling within the jurisdiction of the state of Iowa and under the umbrella of the United States Bowling Congress.
COVID-19 has changed our world and continues to impact all aspects of our daily lives.
The Iowa State USBC, first and foremost, promotes the safety of all bowlers participating in our sponsored events, including tournaments and meetings.
We encourage everyone to follow the guidelines of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Iowa Department of Public Health regarding COVID-19 and the precautions in place to assure the health of our member bowlers and all persons they interact with during a bowling event.
At this time, the Iowa State USBC is scheduling tournaments and planning for the annual meeting. Scheduling and planning are being preformed in the former “normal” manner with the understanding that changes may be necessary in order for tournaments and meetings to be held.
Any tournament scheduling changes or changes to the format or timing of the annual meeting will be addressed at a time prior to these events.
Communication is vital during this stressful time. If you have questions or concerns regarding any Iowa State USBC event, please contact the state bowling office. The most current standard of operation will be available as allowed by law or mandate with any needed adjustments made when applicable. Communication to the local bowling associations, tournament entrants and meeting delegates will be forthcoming and delivered in as timely of manner as possible.
|Family Doubles Tournament
Local Qualifying Round
|October 3-18, 2020|
|Iowa 500 Club
33rd Annual Tournament
|October 10-11, 2020|
|Iowa 600 Club
Doubles & Singles Tournament
|October 24-25, 2020
Oct 31- Nov 1, 2020
Fort Dodge, IA
|October 24-25, 2020
Oct 31- Nov 1, 2020November 7-8, 2020
November 14-15, 2020
|Bowlers For Veterans Link
|November 8-14, 2020|
|2021 Iowa State
USBC OPEN Tournament
Burlington / Mt. Pleasant, IA
OPEN Tournament Page
|January 30 - May 16, 2021|
|Iowa State USBC
WBA Tournament Page
|March 6 - May 2, 2021|
With a tremendous showing and participation in the Iowa Bowlers To Veterans Link tournament this past year, the Iowa State USBC made a positive impact with $15,000 in donations to veterans association recipients in Iowa.$3000 to National BVL
$3000 to Des Moines VA hospital
$3000 to Iowa City VA hospital
$3000 to Marshalltown VA home
$3000 to National TEE tournament held in Iowa City annually for Disabled Veterans
Honoring and remembering those who we lost during 2019 and 2020.2020 Memorial Video
Local associations should send a list of deceased members to email@example.com by March 1st of each year. This will allow them to be added and remembered on the following year's memorial.
Congratulations to Zach McDaniel of the Council Bluffs
USBC Association who is the recipient of the 2020 Iowa State
USBC Scholarship in the amount of $1000.
He bowls at Thunderbowl where his team finished in first place for the season. He has also participated in Pepsi Districts as well as the Pepsi State finals. He has also participated at the Offutt Air Force Base Veterans Day tournament.
He bowled for Lewis Central in high school where he earned Academic All-State recognition.
In school he participated four years in the Skills USA competition where he was part of the applied Mathematics competion, Quiz Bowl where he was on the championship team, additive manufacturing, and this year he was to compete in Mock Trial. He was also a member of the National Honor Society. He has a weighted GPA of 4.2.He volunteers at the Council Bluffs Public Library, the Open Door Mission, Thriving Titans which is a food pantry run through the high school, the Kreft Mobile Food Pantry and at the Concession stands at sporting events that benefits the school’s Booster Club.
Zach plans to attend Iowa State University to study Meteorology along with Computer Science.
This is a $1000 per year scholarship to award deserving youth female and male bowlers for their accomplishments on the lanes, in their communities and in the classroom. Scholarships are renewable for up to four year for a total of $4000 if qualifications are met.Scholarship Application Link
Created in honor of Adrian Erickson who devoted over 60 years of his life to the sport of bowling. At least one $500 scholarship will be awarded each year. Based on number and quality of applications, additional scholarships may be awarded.Adrian Erickson Memorial Scholarship Application Link
Visit the IAUSBC photo gallery to view images from various events including tournaments, banquets, meetings and more .IAUSBC Photo Gallery
If you would like to submit an application for the position of the Iowa State USBC Association Manager, use the link below..
The current version of the Iowa State USBC annual report book is now available.