MORGANTOWN \u2014 There aren\u2019t many things in life that are perfect and even less so in sports. However, one Morgantown resident, Amanda Greene, has more than her fair share of perfect moments on the bowling lanes.\r\nThe 27-year-old Romney native recently rolled a flawless game and etched her name among the area\u2019s elite as only the second female to do so in the 57-year history of Suburban Lanes. But if you ask her, it was almost business as usual.\r\n\u201cI\u2019ve bowled several before, but I still get nervous,\u201d she said. \u201cOnce you get eight or nine strikes in a row and you have that one frame left, I was probably shaking a little bit. But you just half to calm yourself down a little and really focus.\u201d\r\nOn the surface, Greene, who is a member of the Scratch Classic League at Suburban Lanes, appears to be someone who just enjoys bowling, but once you dig deeper, you\u2019ll find that bowling runs in her veins.\r\n\u201cMy dad has owned a bowling alley my entire life so it was how I was raised,\u201d she said. \u201cI bowled all through grade school, through college, and eventually as a professional.\r\nGreene went to St. Louis on a college scholarship for bowling and was on tour the past few years with the Professional Women\u2019s Bowling Association full time and not to mention a 2015 national title.\r\nGreene admits that her journey to the professional bowling ranks wasn\u2019t something she planned but was more of a feeling she had inside.\r\n\u201cBowling is something I\u2019ve always done. It\u2019s always been a part of my life and always will be,\u201d she said. \u201cEverything was always the next step. Go to college and bowl, then go on tour against the best. I wanted to bowl and continually get better, so I just kept with it.\u201d\r\nGreene has become one of the premiere performers in the Morgantown league that features bowlers from West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland, and manager Justin Malik said that she is something see.\r\n\u201cI think she enjoys showing up the men,\u201d he said, jovially. \u201cI think with her experience and background it can certainly be intimidating. You\u2019re going against someone who has been on tour and won a national title. There\u2019s no one else here who can say that.\u201d\r\nFor now, Greene only displays her talent for the locals and has temporarily retired from the professional level to focus on her education at WVU College of Law.\r\nWhen asked if she had any advice for amateur bowlers out there, she had one simple reply.\r\n\u201cCome see me.\u201d\r\nYou can catch Greene during league play Thursday evenings, at Suburban Lanes.