Official website of Daria Pajak
I’m on a mission to spread the love for bowling.
I am Daria Pajak. From the adrenaline rush I felt as a little girl throwing a ball down the lane for the first time, my life has been dedicated to bowling. Though I’ve never taken anything for granted, I’ve always maintained a whole-hearted belief that one day I could turn my passion into my career. I graduated from Webber International University with three national titles. After taking a year’s break, I joined the Professional Women’s Bowling Association and won Rookie of the Year in my first season. I have one PWBA title under my belt, and I was Runner-Up in the 2017 US Open. So here I am, traveling the world and doing what I love most. Apart from competing, my favorite part of it is interacting with people that share the same passion. I hope I can inspire them by being a living example that dreams really can come true, and that bowling isn’t a matter of luck — it’s all about hard work and a positive mindset.
PWBA Twin Cities Open
PWBA Lincoln Open
PWBA Greater Cleveland Open
PWBA BVL Open
PWBA Albany Open
PWBA Louisville Open
PBA/PWBA Striking Against Breast Cancer Mixed Doubles
PWBA Summer Classic Series
PWBA Spokane Open/span>
U.S. Women’s Open
Once we step on the lanes it is just us and the pins. It is about that one shot we are about to execute that very moment. Never looking back, never looking ahead, that one moment, every single time. It is a process. Bowling is not just hard on the mental side considering shots under […]
I may never be the best bowler and I may never be very successful, but this game has changed my life, it has given me more than just the opportunity to play, it has shaped me to who I am today. I have struggled not once, I fell short right by the finish line, I […]
When I was small I always wanted to be like athletes I have seen on TV. The ones that talk with so much passion about what they do, the ones who truly love the sport. I remember practicing my signature because my dream was to make my signature mean something. Years later, I am here, […]