Lisa M. (Duenow) Noor

Lisa started bowling at a very early age, thanks to her father, John Eiss. His help and coaching has enabled her to amass an amazing bowling record - junior, collegiate, local, state, national and Team USA. She has been a member of many tournament championship teams over the years and has gained titles in the Minneapolis City Tournament Scratch All Events, Minneapolis City Tournament Team Event and St. Paul City Tournament Doubles. She won the Metro Queen's Tournament in 2000 and after her induction went on to win the 2002 Metro Queen's Tournament. She was named to the 1997 and 1998 Bowlers Journal All-Amateur Team. Lisa was on Team USA in 1997 and 1998. She won a gold and bronze metal at the 1997 FIQ American Zone Championships. She won three gold metals in the 1998 Tournament of the Americas. A silver metal in the 1998 FIQ World Tenpin Team Cup, two gold metals at the 1997 Africa Cup and a member of the winning 1997 ABC World Team Challenge Grand Championship. She finished second at the 1997 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships and she was sixth in the 1996 USA Bowling National Amateur Championships. She was a member of the St. Paul All City Team, 1st Team in 2000-2001. Her high game is 300 (5/24/1995, 2/8/1999, 8/8/2001, 11/3/2001) and a high series of 787. At the time of her induction she had a season high average of 219.

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Induction Category: 
Superior Performance
Hall of Fame Category: 
Womens' WIBC Hall of Fame