USA’s bowling coach, Jeri Edwards is definitely the envy of coaches in the QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup.
The 45th QubicaAMF Bowling World Cup in Melaka is her sixth consecutive appearance as coach and has steered
Jeri, 47, assistant to Fred Borden in the World Championship in
Coaching in her first Bowling World Cup in 2004 in
In 2005, in
Can Jeri achieve a double hattrick this year?
“It will be nice, but a always the competition is always tough in the World Cup with so many talented bowlers,” said Jeri modestly.
“I have with me two great bowlers in Walter Ray Williams and Tennelle Milligan and they are all geared up to give their best shot to win the titles.
“Whatever will happen, will happen. I am will be more than satisfied if they give their best.”
And what better farewell will it be for Jeri, if USA wins a double and at worst at least one title because this is her last coaching assignment.
Jeri did not mention this, but the US Bowling Congress in a press release in January had said that Rod Ross, Director of USBC Team USA, Coaching & International Training Center, will double up as Team USA’s head coach.
In the case of Edwards, the parting of the ways with USBC involved, at least
initially, her reluctance to relocate to
Without doubt, whether Jeri in her last assignment steers