ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Bowling Congress announced a schedule change for the USBC Women’s Championships. The 2024 Women’s Championships will shift from Cincinnati’s Western Bowl to the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, Nevada.
Cincinnati now is scheduled to host the event in 2027 at Western Bowl.
“We have some exciting renovation plans in the works to take Western Bowl to the next level as a premier tournament destination,” said Strike and Spare Family Entertainment Centers Operations Manager Ron Schmittou. “In order to accommodate our existing business, Hoinke Tournament and the renovation schedule, the best option was for Western Bowl to shift hosting the USBC Women’s Championships to 2027. This change will allow us to provide the best possible venue experience for the Women’s Championships and our current customers.”
The 2024 Women’s Championships will take place at the NBS. The venue underwent a $4.5 million renovation leading up to the 2021 event and will be an opportunity for many bowlers to experience the recently renovated facility for the first time.
“Reno Tahoe is excited to welcome the USBC Women’s Championships back to Reno and the National Bowling Stadium in 2024,” said Reno Tahoe President and CEO Charles Harris. “We are proud to continue to partner with USBC and know the bowlers will have a fantastic experience.”
Registration for the 2024 Women’s Championships will open in April 2023.
Go to BOWL.com/WomensChamp to learn more about the Women’s Championships.