2019 Pros

Parker Bohn III

Jackson, NJ

Personal: Parker Morse Bohn III (pronounced BONE)… Resides in Jackson, N.J., with wife Leslie and children Justin, Brandon and Sydney…Bohn’s other sons, Parker IV and Evan, live in Tennessee… Has his own fan club, the Bohn Zone, and website, www.parkerbohn.com…Would like to be an architectural engineer if he was not a professional bowler…Bohn is the brother-in-law of PBA champion Doug Kent (Doug’s wife Chrissie and Parker’s wife Leslie are sisters…Named to the Team USA “Dream Team” in 2008…Is a sales representative for Brunswick.

2017: Won Dave Small’s Championship Lanes Classic for fourth career PBA50 Tour title… Also finished second in PBA50 Players Championship and third in UnitedHealthcare Sun Bowl In The Villages.

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2018 Pros

Tom Daugherty

Tampa, FL

Personal: Resides in Riverview Fla… Has three daughters Camryn and twins Cayce and Courtney… Also has a son Kody… When not on tour is the owner of tdbowling.com…Operates two pro shops in Brandon and Lutz, Fla…In his free time he enjoys spending it with his kids, playing golf and watching sports.

2018: Finished 11th in PBA Tournament of Champions and Barbasol PBA Players Championship.

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Robert Smith

Ventura, CA

Personal: Won 1992 USBC Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow Award…Won the 1993 U.S. Amateur Championship at age 19, youngest to do so…Member of Team USA in 1994 and 1995…Named first team Collegiate All-American at San Diego State University in 1993…Nickname is “Maximum Bob” because he has one of the highest rev rates on Tour, and has been tracked throwing the ball 34 miles per hour…Can get as many as 27 revolutions per shot (average Tour pro throws the ball 18 miles per hour with 16 revolutions)…Likes to golf…Enjoys watching pro and college basketball and is a big UCLA and L.A. Lakers fan.

Career: Owns seven PBA Tour titles, including the 2000 U.S. Open and the 2002 Japan Cup…Earned a career-best $116,943 over 29 events during the 2001-02 season…Won two titles each in 2000 and 2003-04… Broke a three-year title drought in 2007-08, winning his seventh career title…Owns nine PBA Regional titles.

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Matthew McNiel

Minneapolis, MN

Personal: Works as a corporate security specialist…Hobbies are playing the piano and travel…Has a masters degree in criminal justice…Favorite musical performers Elton John and Billy Joel.

Career: While not a PBA Tour title, was member of 2015 PBA Team Challenge champions…Finished 13th in 2015 PBA Xtra Frame Southpoint Las Vegas Open…Best PBA Tour finish was fifth teaming with Anthony Pepe in 2016 Mark/Roth Marshall Holman Doubles Championship…Owns two PBA regional titles.

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Adam Barta

Youngstown, OH

Hammer Staff

3 Time USBC Open Championships Eagle Winner

Petersen Classic Winner

2 Guinness Book World Records; Most strikes thrown in one hour – 191, Most pins knocked down in one hour – 2708

’15-’16 National high average – 253.8

201 300 games

152 800 series

John Hommes

Minneapolis, MN

Ebonite Staff

Runs Right and Left Pro Shop at Bowlero in Blaine, MN

Minneapolis USBC Hall of Fame

40 300 games

22 800 series

Josh Hepp

Alton, IA

Brunswick Staff

Solstice Sports Gear Staff

Notable PBA finishes; 2nd in the 2009 Midwest Midco Regional, 5th in the 2013 Midwest Midco Regional

South Dakota State Record High Series – 880

91 300 games

61 800 series

PBA man crush – Tommy Jones

Matt Smallin

Minot, ND

Notable PBA finishes; 4th 2009 PBA Midwest Region Thunder Bowl Open, 3rd 2011 Midwest Region Midco Open

NDBowling.com majors; 2 KFYR TV Classic titles, Morris Anderson Memorial Shootout title

27 300s 10 800s

Is a former professional wrestler, “The Russian Concussion”

Bean Haugh

Motiv Staffer

Qualified 13th at 2018 USBC Masters as a youth

Top 5 at JBT main event

3 MJBT titles

3 time all state

Jeff Walther

DV8 Staff

1 CBA title

5 time CBA all-star team

104 300 games

49 800 Series

Matt Meyer

Alexandria, MN
Bergie’s Pro Shop

Storm Staff

2nd at 2007 TAT Nationals

4 CBA Titles

58 300s 1 PBA 300

26 800s high of 878

He’s a big Scooby Doo fan!