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It was Johnson's second USBC Queens title and sixth career major championship. She is also the first player to successfully defend a U. Women's Open title since Dottie Fothergill in 1968–69. Women's Open and her third consecutive title in this event.Johnson continued her dominance in 2015, winning her fourth U. At the December 2015 World Women's Championship (WWC) in Abu Dhabi, Johnson bowled 300 as the anchor bowler in the team event finals, as Team USA won the Gold Medal in the WWC team(-of-five) competition. Only Marion Ladewig, who captured the first five U. Women's Open tournaments ever held (1949–54), has won more consecutive Opens.Shortly after high school, she won the 1992 Coca-Cola Youth Bowling Championships in the Girls' Scratch division.Johnson then bowled at Morehead State University, earning both Rookie of the Year and Collegiate Bowler of the Year honors in 1993, but stayed in college only one year, as she was determined to make bowling her career.With the victory, Johnson joined Marion Ladewig, Patty Costello and Kulick as the only players to win the U. She entered the May 19 stepladder format finals as the number two seed. Women's Open win, Johnson defeated Shannon O'Keefe in the final match to take the ,000 top prize.After eliminating 2006 Queens champion Shannon Pluhowsky in the semifinals, she then defeated top seed Erin Mc Carthy in the final match to win the title, the ,000 top prize and the coveted tiara. Johnson became one of only two women to have won the U. Women's Open at least four times (with Marion Ladewig being the other).Johnson was a standout youth softball player, playing the sport from age eight through her high school graduation at Niagara-Wheatfield High School in Sanborn, New York.

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Elizabeth Ann Johnson (born May 2, 1974) is an American professional ten-pin bowler, originally from Cheektowaga, New York and currently residing in Palatine, Illinois.

She won six additional professional titles during the PWBA Tour's hiatus, becoming a member of the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) and the PBA Women's Series.

Johnson was elected to the United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame in December 2014, and was officially inducted on April 29, 2015.

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