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Kim (Berke) Straub came to the Nebraska bowling program after an illustrious bowling career, both as an amateur and as a professional. As a Husker, she was a four-time NTCA All-American (1989-92) and a three-time NTCA Scholastic All-American. Additionally, she was named the 1992 National Collegiate Bowler of the Year. An eight-time champion with the Professional Women’s Bowling Association, Straub retired from her athletic professional career and is now Husker bowling’s office manager.
A native Nebraskan from Beatrice, Straub is a member of the Lincoln Bowling Hall of Fame, the Nebraska Bowling Hall of Fame and is a 10-time Lincoln Bowling Association Player of the Year. The most decorated female bowler in the history of the state, she graduated with distinction from Nebraska in 1992 with a degree in business administration.
Kim and her husband, Bill, who is the head coach of the Nebraska bowling program, have one daughter, current Husker bowler Meghan.