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Elysia Current

Elysia Current

Elysia is currently the Women's Head Bowling Coach at Delaware State University. When not on the lanes competing she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her niece and nephews. Oh, and we can't forget the friends she made coast-to-coast over the years.

As for favorite activities outside of bowling she enjoys watching and playing sports. Her main three include softball, basketball and golf. 

During the 2003/2004 season, Elysia earned EIBC First Team All EIBC Honors, EIBC Rookie of the Year, National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association Women's MVP, 1st Team All American and Women's Rookie of the Year to go along with BWAA Collegiate Bowler of the Year, while attending Fairleigh Dickinson University.


Home Town Ephrata, Pennsyvlania
Birth Date 1/27/85
Throws Right
300 Games 15
800 Series 3

ACCOMPLISHMENTS
    • 1st  2012 USBC Women's Championships Champion (Doubles) Reno,Nevada
    • 4th  2012 Pennsylvania Queens Tournament Allentown, Pennsylvania
    • 2nd  2011 USBC Queens Syracuse, New York (Televised)
    • 1st   2011 Pennsylvania Queens Tournament Champion Reading, Pennsylvania
    • 1st   2010 Pennsylvania State USBC WBA Champion (Team Event and Doubles) Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania
    • 2nd  2010 Pennsylvania State USBC WBA Champion (All Events) Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania
    • 2nd  2010 Pennsylvania Queens Tournament Lebanon, Pennsylvania
    • 1st   2009 Pennsylvania State USBC WBA Champion (Team Event) Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    • 2nd  2009 Pennsylvania Queens Tournament Altoona, Pennsylvania
    • 3rd   2008 Pennsylvania Queens Tournament Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    • 2nd  2008 USBC Intercollegiate Team Championships Wichita State Wichita, Kansas
    • 1st   2007 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Champion Wichita State Huntsville,Alabama
    • 1st - 2007 USBC Intercollegiate Team Championships - Wichita State - Wichita,KS
    • 2nd   2006 USBC Intercollegiate Singles Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • 2-Time Junior Team USA Member (2005 and 2006)
    • 2-Time Harriet McCormick Female Athlete of the Year Fairleigh Dickinson University (2004 and 2005)