Some of His Bowling Accomplishments

At the 2005 Maine State Tournament, Slowinski throws 290 and 278 on the same day.
Slowinski rolls 279 at the 2007 Malaysian Open. Front 9 with a tap in the 10th, on a clean shot.
 Joe finishes 186 out of 461 in the 63rd US Open. He was the 62nd amateur and averaged 199 for Rounds 2 & 3. He finished 7th in the BPAA Consolation Shoot-Out.
Joe finishes 325th out of 8000 bowlers at the 2005 Petersen Classic.
Joe shoots 791 (246,267,278) during the 04-05 season 784 in 1997-1998 season.
Joe shoots 247 in final to win the March Tri-State Scratch Tournament (May 2005). He qualified 1st (by 40 pins) at +108 (212 176 279 255 186) on the challenging 42 foot Sport pattern
Joe shoots 1865 (612, 614, 639) at 2004 ABC Tournament in Reno finishing 700th out of 60,500 bowlers (top 1%). He is named by USBC as an athlete delegate.
200+ average since 1985
 Coach wins the 2002 New Hampshire State Scratch All Events Champion defeating the 2002 ABC National Tournament Scratch All Events Champion
 Walk-on Member of the top-ranked 1985-86 West Texas State University team (now West Texas A&M). Team included PBA Champions Mike & Mark Scroggins as well as 1984 AMF World Cup Champion Jack Jurek.
 Joe was a member of the then Maine State Record Setting 5 Man Scratch Team (3632 for 3 Games – a 242 per man per game average). Team had 125 strikes in three games with 24 from Slowinski.
 He wins the 2005 Maine State Tournament Scratch Doubles & Team Titles (included 278 & 290 bowled in the same day). The team included a scratch game of 1286 for 5 bowlers.
 Slowinski wins the 2003 Maine State Amateur
 Coach is the 2002 Runner-up in the Maine State Tournament Scratch All Events with 2113 for 9 games (234.77 tournament average)
 He is the 2002 New Hampshire State Scratch Doubles Champion
 Slowinski wins the 1985 Maine State Junior Scratch All Events title