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Kendra Gaines
Assistant coach
Orlando, Fla.

The Maryland native has two titles in her eight years as a professional. Prior to joining the PWBA, Gaines was a four-time member of Team USA (1992, 1995-97), earning the team gold medal at the 1997 Federation Internationale des Quilleurs American Zone Championships and the team silver medal at the 1996 FIQ World Team Cup.

Gaines, who is a USBC Coaching Silver-level certified coach and an assistant coach at the University of Central Florida, was named 1996 Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur Bowler of the Year and won the Classic Division all-events title at the 1997 WIBC Championship Tournament.
Professional Bowling
  • 2 PWBA National Titles
  • 4 PWBA Regional Titles
  • 2 WIBC National Titles
Coaching
  • USBC Silver Certified Coach
  • Jr. Team USA Assistant Coach 2004, 2005, 2006
  • University of Central Florida Assistant Coach
  • 12 years of Pro Shop experience
International Competition
  • Team USA Member 1995, 1996, 1997
  • 1995 World Cup Runner-up Sao Paolo, Brazil
  • 1995 SBS Samsung Ladies Masters and Mixed Doubles champion with Patrick Healey Seoul, Korea
  • 1996 SBS Samsung Mixed Doubles champion with Patrick Healey Seoul, Korea
  • 1996 FIQ World Tenpin Team Cup Runner-up Calgary, Alberta, Canada
  • 1997 Team Gold Medal in FIQ American Zone Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
  • 1997 South African Open Runner-up Johannesburg, South Africa
  • 1997 Malaysian International Open 2nd place Mixed Doubles with Robert Smith Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • 1997 Team Challenge Grand Masters Ladies Team Champion with Team USA Reno, Nevada
Honors
  • 1992 Second team Collegiate All-American
  • 1995 Bowlers Journal All-Amateur team
  • 1996 BWAA Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 1996 Bowers Journal All-Amateur team
  • 1996 Bowling Digest Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 1997 BWAA Amateur Bowler of the Year
  • 2002 WIBC second team All-American
  • 2003 WIBC second team All-American
  • 2004 Induction into Washington DC Area WBA Hall of Fame

  • 12-300 Games (2 Sport Bowling)
  • 2-800 Series (812-First ever at WIBC National Tournament)