I started bowling when I was 12 with the spinner style, and I was averaging 140 with it. So I decided to hook the ball 2 years after. At the age of 15, I moved to United States for studying, and I started learning bowling with a lesson each week. Don Allen III of Vancouver, WA was my first ever coach in the states. I’ve improved 20 pins in average with his help. I moved to Arizona because I got accepted to Grand Canyon University, joined the bowling team and started my college bowling career. In 2019, GCU Bowling made the first appearance in ITC nationals and I was excited to be apart of that accomplihsment. I rarely bowl on house patterns and inleagues, but I feel myself improving every month and am looking for my first 300 and 800.
2014 China National Youth Championship Singles, Team Bronze Medal
2015 Member of Youth Team China, Attended Asian School Championship
2015 Washington State Youth Championship Scratch Division Doubles Champion
2017 China National Youth Championship Singles, Team and All Event Bronze Medal
2018 Glenfair Lanes Ponderosa Singles Classic Champion
2018 QubicaAMF World Cup China Representative
5 JBT Top 5s
1 Strike Force Tour Title
3 Collegiate Tournament Individual Top 5
Ranking top 10 youth bowlers in China for 4 years.
Years Bowling: 8
5 Year Average: 203