2010 – Superior Performance — Amateur
Jodi Woessner has won so many titles in her bowling career that we would need two pages to list all of her championships.
At her very young age, being inducted into the Ohio Bowling Hall of Fame tonight will be the fourth Hall of Fame that she has been inducted into and all for Superior Performance. In 2001 she was inducted into the Toledo Junior Hall of Fame, 2005 the Ohio Women’s Bowling Association Hall of Fame and in 2006 in the Toledo Women’s Bowling Association Hall of Fame.
She has had twenty-seven 300 games and nineteen 800 plus series with her highest being an 856. Her highest average was a 234 during the 2007-08 season. She has been an Ohio US BC WBA All Star Team member and the Ohio USBC WBA Bowler of the Year for the past three years.
During 2008-09 and 2009-10 she was a Professional Bowling Association Women’s Series Exempt Player. In 2009 she was a member of the Bowlers Journal All American Team. She won the 2008 PBA Shark Championship and PBA Central Region Storm Products/Beechmont Toyota Open defeating Jason Couch 279-257 in the championship match. She has won three LPBT/PWBA Regional titles. From 2008 to present she is a member of the Vise Inserts Professional Staff.
At the 2010 USBC Women’s Championships she made history when she set a new all events record of 2,330 and tied for the highest individual series in the 91 years of Women’s championships with an 816 series.
Jodi was a member of the Ohio USBC WBA Champion Tournament actual winning team in 2010 and 2007 and with her partner, Shannon Pluhowsky won the doubles actual in 2010. She has been the Ohio USBC WBA all events champion three times, 2008, 1999, and 1996. She was the singles champion in 2008 and 1996. She was the Ohio USBC WBA Buckeye Belle Tournament champion in 2006. In 2008, she was the Hoinke Classic Women’s singles champion and women’s doubles scratch champion and in 2007 she was the Hoinke Classic Women’s singles champion in three different categories. In 2008 she was the TN BA Rhodman National singles champion and the TNBA Rhodman Central Region Women’s singles champion.
Jodi won the Michigan WBA Queens Tournament in 1996, was the World Team Challenge Regional Champion in 1995 and 1996. She was also a member of the WIBC National team champions in 1995. She has won so many local titles that they are too numerous to list.