The NYSW 600 Bowling Club supports and encourages young female bowlers with our Education Awards. The club provides the Pat Zonneville Memorial Scholarship to a graduating high school youth bowler who has applied to an institution of higher education (college, university, vocational or technical) to help them get started with their degree. The club also offers the Frances Lansbury Memorial Adult Learner Education Award to assist the continuing education of a female student who has already begun their studies. These Education Awards for young female bowlers are funded by our membership.
Pat Zonneville Memorial Scholarship - Any graduating high school female bowler who is a member of a league or High School bowling team certified by USBC and is in good standing for the current season is eligible for the award. The bowler must be sponsored by a current member of the NYSW 600 Bowling Club and must submit a complete application by March 1st to be considered.
2018 Winner: Catherine Ann Lynch
Catherine is the daughter of Linda and John Lynch from Troy NY. She is attending Lansingburgh High School and is ranked 34 out of 185 and will graduate with an Advanced Regents Diploma. Her plans are to attend the University of Buffalo majoring in Occupational Therapy.

Her school resumé shows that she has great leadership and organizational skills. Catherine was a class officer her sophomore and junior year as well as serving in Student Government. She has supported and organized many charity events such as SADD, Relay for Life and working with the Shadow Special Education Dept.

The sport of bowling is something she takes an interest in on and off the lanes. Catherine is currently President of the NYS Youth Leaders and is the Youth Representative on USBC Troy Board. On the lanes she has been a member of her High School team since 7th grade and the Captain for 3 yrs. She is a two time All-Star State Champion. Her High Avg. 213 with High Single 300 1 of 3 her first was on her 14th birthday and High Series 796.
Frances Lansbury Memorial Adult Learner Award - This award is designed to help a female student continue her education. Fran served as the NYS Women's Bowling Club President for nine years and strongly believed in the education of adult women in the working environment. She anonymously sponsored this award for many years and when she passed away, it was decided to name the award in her honor and carry on her legacy of helping young women continue their education. To qualify, the student must be 20 years of age or older as of January 15th and be sponsored by a current member of the NYSW 600 Bowling Club. This application also must be submitted to the committee chair by March 1st to be considered.
2018 Winner: Elizabeth A. Szpara
Elizabeth is a senior at Trocaire College majoring in Health Information Technology and has 3.8 GPA. Her goal is to become a certified medical coder at Roswell in Buffalo. She is currently employed as a pharmacy technician at Rite-Aid and also for Tara Cares which is a support office for 36 nursing homes in the surrounding area.

Liz‘s employment supervisor Lisa Hessessy said “I am confident Liz will succeed on any venture she embarks and will make a positive impact on those around her. She is truly a leader and has the wisdom beyond her years.”

As far as her bowling she has always been a sanctioned bowler from a young age with a high average of 215.
For complete details on these education awards, click the icon below to download the desired application. Remember, a candidate must be sponsored by a current NYSW 600 Club member. Click here for a membership form. A portion of our membership dues goes to support these education awards. Join today and help the NYS Women's 600 Club score a "strike" for higher education for young female bowlers in the state!

Pat Zonneville
Memorial Scholarship

Frances Lansbury
Adult Learner



NY State Women's 600 Bowling Club 3 Lakeview Drive Honeoye, NY 14471-9315
E-mail: Phone: 585.367.8394