2021 Pros

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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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Mike Fagan

Las Vegas, NV

Personal: Pronounced FAY-ghan…Married to Emily…Formerly from Patchogue, N.Y., now making his home in Berkeley, Calif…Lists his toughest opponent as Chris Barnes…Serves as PBA Player Committee Chairman and is on the USBC Board of Directors.

2015: Started 2015 season with second- place finish in DHC Japan Invitational losing to Chris Barnes 206-196 in title match…Finished sixth in Bahrain International Open.

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Jeff Walther

DV8 Staff since 2011

1 CBA title

5 time CBA all-star team

106 300 games

50 800 Series

Brady Stearns

Ebonite Staff

Bowled the 33rd USBC sanctioned 900 Series

PBA regional title – the mermaid lanes Midwest open

5CBA titles

3 Third Street Brewhouse Challenge series titles

2 ND Bowling majors

Briley Haugh

Wichita State Shocker bowling team

Youngest to become silver level coach

Jr. Team USA member

2017 Youth Ambassador of the Year award

Erik Vermilyea

2-time USBC Open Championships Eagle winner

Team USA 2005

Junior Team USA 2004 and 2005

Junior Gold National Champion 2003

2016 Minnesota Masters Champion

Amanda Vermilyea

4-time Team USA member 2004-2007

4-time Junior Team USA member 2003-2006

NCAA National Champion at University of Nebraska 2004, 2005

2007 Division 1 NTCA Player of the year

4 time all American 2004-2007