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USBC Hall of Famer Liz Johnson won the 2015 USBC Queens to become the ninth bowler in history to win the event multiple times.
Erin McCarthy averaged 261 in her final two matches Monday to earn the top seed for the televised finals of the 2015 USBC Queens.
Defending champion Maria Jose Rodriguez is one of 16 players still undefeated in match play at the USBC Queens.
Verity Crawley of Babson Park, Florida, averaged more than 235 to become top qualifier at the 2015 USBC Queens.
College bowler Verity Crawley surged into the lead Friday after the second round of qualifying at the 2015 USBC Queens.