December 2, 2021

Tournament Results

Results are now available for our last three tournaments - Bowl for the Cure, Adult/Youth Baker, and BVL. Visit our Tournaments page.

September 6, 2021

Tournament Registration

Registration forms are now available for our fall tournaments. Visit our Tournaments page.

August 15, 2021

Website Update

Hello everyone! As you may have already noticed, we have updated our website. But we have only just begun. We hope that you find it easier to navigate and find the information you need. If you have any feedback, feel free to contact us.

July 17, 2021

League Officers Workshop

Thank you to all the League Officers who were able to attend our live virtual training. If you were unable to attend the workshop, you may view it anytime by clicking on the link below. If you have any questions after watching the training, feel free to contact our office. Have a great season!

League Officers Workshop (Virtual)

Additional Resources:

USBC League Operation Handbook

How to set up awards in Bowling League Software (BLS)

August 1, 2020

ISBPA Guidelines & Best Practices

ISBPA has agreed to a settlement offer with the State of Illinois on their Restore Illinois Phase 4 policies with bowling, moving our sport and industry to a more appropriate “all sports” guidance rather than the “indoor recreation” guidance originally posted by DCEO on June 22.

Here are the basic details of the agreement:

  • Bowling Centers will be governed by the All Sports guidelines under the Restore Illinois Plan, rather than the indoor recreation guidelines. The current All Sports guidelines were adopted by the Governor on July 30, and can be found at the link below.

DCEO All Sport Guidelines:

  • Bar or restaurant services offered at bowling centers will be governed by the guidance for bars and restaurants.

  • The All Sports guidelines require a 30 foot distance between groups of 50. This may be accomplished by maintaining at least two unused lanes between groups of up to 50, which is consistent with guidance previously provided by local public health departments.

  • Bowling centers will adhere to a maximum capacity of 50% of occupancy or 200 people, whichever is less, with the understanding that if COVID-19 cases should decrease and there continues to be no outbreaks associated with bowling centers, the Governor is willing to revisit that limit.

  • In the event the applicable guidelines are changed in the future for all businesses covered by the applicable category, bowling centers will comply with the amended guidelines. So, if guidelines for All Sports become more restrictive, that will apply to bowling centers. Likewise, if the guidelines become less restrictive, that also will apply to bowling centers.

Read the latest Guidelines.

March 13, 2020

COVID and Bowling

USBC headquarters has released some facts to help leagues with navigating this unprecedented situation. To read that information see their website and view FAQs to assist local and state associations for more detailed league information.