About the Oregon State USBC
The United States Bowling Congress officially launched Jan. 1, 2005, as the organization to serve amateur adult and youth bowlers in the United States. It resulted from the merger of the American Bowling Congress, Women's International Bowling Congress, Young American Bowling Alliance and USA Bowling. Today, USBC serves more than 2.6 million members.
On August 1, 2005, Oregon became the first state to merge it's bodies under the USBC. The OSUSBC is the state governing body for bowling in Oregon and is recognized by the United States Bowling Congress.
We strive to maintain the tradition of excellence in our sport established by those before us and like the USBC stand for values that include: credibility, dedication, excellence, heritage, inclusiveness, integrity, philanthropy and sportsmanship.
The Oregon State USBC is the state governing body for bowling. Our mission is to provide services, resources, and standards for the sport.
To be the leading authority to the sport servicing the needs of bowling.