Marshall Holman of Medford, OR, has been elected to the United States Bowling
Congress Hall of Fame along with PBA Senior Tour star John Handegard of
Spring, Texas, a USBC Hall of Fame Veterans category selection. USBC’s 2010
Hall of Fame ceremonies also will include the inductions of women’s standout Kim
Terrell-Kearney and, in the meritorious service category, Reno’s Betty Barnes.
Holman, a 22-time PBA champion, was ranked ninth on the list of the PBA’s 50
Greatest Players during the organization’s 50th anniversary celebration in 2009.
Holman also was one of the bowlers honored in 2000 in Bowling Magazine’s list of
the “20 Greatest Bowlers of the 20th Century.” Handegard, a 14-time Senior Tour
winner and the oldest player ever to win a PBA Tour title (at age 57), was the
first player inducted into the PBA Hall of Fame Senior Division in Las Vegas in