Class: Senior

Major: Information Technology and Management Information Systems

Hometown: St. Louis, Missouri


  • 2023 Team USA
  • 2023 US Amateur Runner-Up
  • 2023 Junior Team USA
  • 2023 SWIBC V All-Tournament Team, 3rd place
  • 2023 SWIBC VI All-Tournament Team, 2nd place
  • 2023 Hoosier Classic All-Tournament Team, 2nd place
  • 2022 Collegiate Shootout All-Tournament Team, 4th place
  • 2022 Intercollegiate Singles Championships Qualifier
  • 2022 PWBA Dallas Classic, 11th place
  • 2022 USBC Queens, 25th place
  • 2020 IHSA Singles State Champion
  • 2020 Southern Illinois High School Bowler of the Year
  • 2019 IHSA Team State Champion

2022-2023 Season: Orf played a big role on the Lady Shockers team, bowling in every event. She averaged 197 over 54 games. Orf earned All-Tournament Team honors on four separate occasions and finished in the top ten five times. At the end of the season, Orf played a huge role in the Lady Shocks third place national championship finish. During the season, Orf competed in the US Amateur and Team USA Trials. She earned a spot on Team USA 2023 after finishing second in the US Amateur.

Sophomore: Orf made a quick impact on the women’s team making the team through tryouts. She averaged 210 for 18 games in five events. She was the All-Tournament Team MVP in both SWIBC III and SWIBV IV. Orf was part of the team that brought home the national runner-up finish at the 2022 Intercollegiate Team Championships.

Personal: Orf is the daughter of Shiela and Ray Orf; she has one brother, Andrew. She came to Wichita State after graduating from O’Fallon Township High School and having a successful high school bowling career. She has since competed collegiately and dabbled in the PWBA, finishing 25th at one of bowling’s major championships, the USBC Queens, and 11th at the PWBA Dallas Classic. She owns five 300 games and one 800 series.