A Detroit native, Aleta Rzepecki-Sill is one of the most prolific woman bowlers of all time. A 31-time PWBA Champion, Sill is the first woman to earn $1,000,000 bowling. Sill and only one other bowler, Pete Weber, has won the Triple Crown TWICE.
Sill is a member of 8 Bowling Halls of Fame: Crestwood HS, Dearborn, Detroit, Michigan, Professional Women’s Bowling Association (PWBA), United States Bowling Congress (USBC) and the National Polish-American Sports (NPASHF) Halls of Fame.
And, Sill is a member of the 2015 Michigan Sports Hall of Fame, along with Derek Jeter (NY Yankees), Tom Izzo(Michigan State Coach), Doug English (Detroit Lions), Sergei Federov (Detroit Red Wings), Barry Larkin and Sheila Toarmina (Olympic Medalist). Sill is a Detroit Dream Team Legendary Athlete and was on the Ebonite Pro Advisory Staff for 13 years.
A USBC Silver Certified Coach, Sill has been coaching for 29 years. Sill spends her post bowling career giving back, sharing her knowledge and drilling and fitting equipment for bowlers of all levels. Sill is a Bowler’s Journal Top 100 coach 11 years straight (2005-2016). Having faced a career threatening injury in her bowling arm, while understanding the importance a good ball fit has on developing a good swing, Sill is passionate about providing an exceptional ball fit to every bowler.