I was first introduced to bowling at a family birthday when I was around 3 years old. As expected, I don’t remember much from the day, but it must have been pretty fun because I was hooked from day 1. I bowled in leagues with family for a few years until it was time to start competing. My dad happened to stumble upon the Southwest Junior Bowlers Tour when I was about 9, and that was pretty much it. A good amount of my early childhood memories were spent with my dad, on road trips to the next tournament or spending a ton of hours in the bowling alley preparing for one. However, I physically matured rather quickly and soon found myself interested in other sports through middle school and most of high school, not leaving any time for bowling. Then, my junior year, I decided to bowl a scratch tournament just for fun. I’m pretty sure I finished dead last, but my love for the sport was re-sparked. I continued to improve through the end of high school and then attended Grand Canyon University to further my education and bowl for coach Canfield. In the two years I spent bowling for that program, I was forced to learn teamwork in an largely individual sport. I also learned more about the game in that short time span than I had ever learned before. We found a great amount of success in those years, even qualifying and competing in the collegiate national tournament my sophomore year, finishing T-9th in the country that year. I have truthfully fallen in love with this sport and I hope to continue to improve my knowledge and my game everyday!
- 2018-19 Club Collegiate 2nd Team All-American
- Florida Open Collegiate Singles Champion
- Sin City Invitational Singles Champion
- 4x Collegiate Singles Top 5
- 300’s - 29
- 800’s - 4