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    Las Vegas, NV
  • Birth Date
    6/14/1977
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Keli Callahan

Biography

Keli is a member of the National Junior College Athletic Association Hall of Fame. She was a 4-time collegiate All-American and Academic All-American at California State University, Fresno and Erie Community College. In addition, Keli was named the Collegiate Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year in 1996. She wrapped up her successful college career as All-Events Champion at the Association of College Unions International (ACUI) National Championship in 2000.

Keli lives in Las Vegas with her husband, Jim. She is an Associate Vice President with Carollo Engineers in Las Vegas, where she manages the office operations. In her spare time, Keli enjoys participating in outreach events to introduce engineering to K-12 students, shopping, playing bingo, spending time with family, and of course competing in bowling tournaments throughout the country!

Accomplishments

  • 2011 USBC Women’s Championship Tournament, 1st Place - Team Scratch
  • 2011 Storm National Mixed Championship, 1st Place Mixed - Team Scratch
  • 2011 Storm National Mixed Championship, 1st Place Open - Singles Women’s Scratch
  • 2010 USBC National 4-Woman Team Series Record Holder - 2790 (Scratch)
  • 2010 USBC Nevada State Women’s Team Champions
  • 2010 Southern Nevada Bowlers Tour Cheetah 10-gamer Champion
  • 2006 TNBA National Championship All-Events Champion
  • 2006 TNBA National Championship Singles Champion
  • 2006 Southern Nevada USBC City Championship Tournament - Team Champion
  • 2006 Southern Nevada USBC City Championship Tournament - Doubles Champion
  • 2005 Las Vegas Women’s Bowling Association Annual Tournament Doubles Champion
  • 2005 Las Vegas Women’s Bowling Association Annual Tournament Scratch All-Events Champion
  • 2002 Southern Nevada Bowling Association Mixed Doubles Champion
  • 1998 and 1999 ACUI National Championship Women’s Doubles Champion