Susan Jeziorski
Susan Jeziorski
Title: Head Bowling Coach
Phone: (716) 328-8889
Email: susanjeziorski64@gmail.com

Susan Jeziorski is in her third season as the head coach of the D'Youville women's bowling program, being named the first head coach in program history in 2018.

Jeziorski's second season at the helm in the spring of 2021 featured a pair of victories at the Daemen Quad-Match over Daemen (832-803) and Medaille (1004-978) as well as a three-game sweep of Penn State Behrend (848-637, 790-761, 850-668) in a dual match that saw the Saints improve to 5-8 at the end of the season.

During the program's first season of competition in 2019-20, Jeziorski's team advanced to the AMCC Finals and had a pair of all-conference selections in Ashley Len and Chloe Strong.

Jeziorski has been a staple in the Western New York bowling community for several years. An accomplished bowler herself, she has been a bowling coach for over 25 years.

Her list of local bowling awards and championships include being a nine-time Buffalo Women's Team Champion, a five-time Buffalo Women's Doubles Champion, the 2004 and 2007 Buffalo Women's Bowler of the Year, a three-time Buffalo Men's Team Champion, a two-time Buffalo Women's Singles Champion, the 1991 Buffalo City Queens Champion, the 1995 Buffalo Women's Kick Off Champion, the 2011 Buffalo Women's All Events Champion. At the state level, Jeziorski has earned accolades that include the New York State Doubles Championship and New York State Team USA Championship in 1994, earning the bronze medal in the Women's Singles event and gold medal in the Mixed Team event at the 1994 Empire State Games, and being named the state's Women's Team Champion in 1995 and the Women's Queens Champion in 2003.

Outside of Buffalo and New York State, Jeziorski was the 2002 PWBA Miller Lite Midwest Regional Champion, 2003 Bowlers Journal International Doubles Champion and 2006 USBC Women's National Doubles Champion, also receiving recognition at the 1996 World Team Challenge Baltimore and for a pair of 2003 National Women's High Doubles games. She was also part of a doubles team in 2005 that set a record which stood for 11 years, and helped post the highest ever women's team even score at the 2010 USBC Nationals.