Tracey L. Magnuson

Tracey is a current member of the Minneapolis Women's Bowling Association and has been for the past 19 years. Throughout her bowling career she has become a very accomplished competitor. She has competed regularly in all association local tournaments including but not limited to: the Minneapolis City Tournament, the Minneapolis '600' Tournament the St. Paul Women's City Tournament and the Mixed Couples Tournament. In 1995 she was part of the highest women's team game in the nation with a 1,252. In 1996 she won the St. Paul Women's Tournament Doubles Title with Diane Marget (HOF 1997) and was part of the Minnesota Mixed Team Title. In 2001 she was the Bertha McBride Award winner with a 279 game and the Virginia Pechacek Award winner with an 816 series. In 2002 and 2003 she won the Minneapolis Mixed Scratch Title and in 2003 she was the Minnesota State Women's All Events Champion. Tracey was part of the 2004 team that won the St. Paul Scratch Team Event. She was part of the team than was victorious in the 2005 Minnesota State Mixed Team Event and the 2005 Minnesota State Women's Scratch Team Event. In 2005 she was the US Open leading qualifier with a 219.5 average and she was third at the 2005 Minnesota Queen's Tournament. Nationally, in 2005 at the WIBC National Tournament she placed 11th in the Classic Singles Division in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Tracey has one 299 and two 300 games (3/16/1995 and 9/21/1995) with a high series of 816. She has accumulated over 25 series of 700+ and her high season ending average of 220. She has averaged 200+ for the past seven years.

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Superior Performance
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Womens' WIBC Hall of Fame