Troy Trumps All

Troy Wollenbecker has a little more incentive than most bowlers to succeed this week in the 2005 BowlersParadise.com Classic at Stardust Bowl I.

The 27-year-old led Wednesday’s Denny’s PBA Tour Qualifying Round with a 1,621 seven-game pinfall, while the health of his Tour sponsor, Melissa Schroeder, weighed on his mind.

“I talk to her every day I’m gone, every chance I get,” Wollenbecker (Toledo, Ohio) said of Schroeder, who is battling cancer. “It would be a big week for her and for me if I could gain some points.”

Wollenbecker, looking to gain an exemption for the 2006-07 Tour season as the top non-exempt bowler in the 2005-06 PBA World Point Rankings, began his day with scores of 268 and 277. After shooting 190 in game five, he responded with a 246 in game six before ending his day with a 191.

A two-time PBA Regional Tour title winner, Wollenbecker used a Brunswick Smoking Inferno before switching to a Viper Zone in game five.

Amateur Jason Wojnar (Chicago) was the top non-PBA member, finishing 2nd overall with 1,579. Wojnar beat out fellow amateur Bob Hale (Louisville, Ky.) for the amateur spot into Thursday’s round of 64, as Hale finished 3rd overall with 1,531.

Left-handers Eric Forkel (Las Vegas) and Dennis Horan Jr. (Temecula, Calif.) finished 4th and 5th with 1,525 and 1,511, respectively.

PBA member Michael Zicha (Streamwood, Ill.) was 7th overall with 1,497 while Jeff Carter (Springfield, Ill.) grabbed the final spot in tomorrow’s round of 64, finishing 8th with 1,496.

Normally, the top four non-exempt PBA members advance, but with exempt bowler Chris Barnes skipping this week’s event, five PBA members and the top amateur advanced into tomorrow’s round of 64.

The final four will bowl for the $40,000 top prize and an exemption for the 2006-07 Denny’s PBA Tour season on Sunday. ESPN will air the final rounds live on Sunday, Dec. 4 at Noon CST.

Notes
Jason Wojnar is the first amateur to advance from the Denny’s PBA Tour Qualifying Round into a standard event twice in his career. He was the top amateur in last season’s 2004 Chicago Open. Amateurs are permitted to advanced to the qualifier to the standard event once a season.







Rob Glaser – Board Member

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Fred Schreyer – PBA President and CEO

Fred Schreyer became PBA President and CEO on September 1, 2005 after serving as PBA Commissioner for over two years. Schreyer oversees all aspects of the PBA’s business operations and maintains primary responsibility for the negotiation of sponsorship agreements and financial arrangements.

Schreyer has been with the PBA full-time since October, 2002, when he became Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel, but has been affiliated with the league since September, 2000 as its legal counsel.

Schreyer has over 25 years in the sports industry including Director of Sports Marketing at Nike from 1987-1992 and the founder of Nike’s Sports Management division in 1992.

Schreyer was a member of the law firm of Rosenfeld, Meyer & Susman in Beverly Hills from 1979-1987 before moving on to his seven-year career at Nike. He was the Founding Partner and Owner of Pyramid Sports in which he served as a consultant to many of the leading companies in the sports business (Logo Athletic, Met-Rx, adidas and Arizona State University) and represented athletes in a variety of sports (Troy Aikman, Jason Williams, LeBron James, Gary Payton, Richard Jefferson, Natalie Williams and Tiffeny Milbrett).

Schreyer received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan in 1975 and received his J.D. degree from UCLA School of Law in 1978.







Wichita State’s Sydney Brummett Is 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Recipient

CHICAGO – The Professional Bowlers Association has announced that Wichita State University Shocker bowling star Sydney Brummett of Fort Wayne, Ind., is the winner of the 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Award.

Brummett, entering her junior year majoring in health science/pre-nursing, was a member of the second-place 2016 Intercollegiate Team Championships women’s team. Her Shockers women’s team earned its berth in the ITC Championship by winning the 2016 sectional qualifier.

Named to four all-tournament teams during the 2015-16 season, the two-time Junior Team USA member was a 2015-16 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association first team All-American after earning second team honors and rookie of the year for the 2014-15 season.

Among her other bowling accomplishments are Masters gold, team silver and trios silver medals in the 2015 PABCON Youth Championship, a 17th-place finish in the 2016 USBC Queens and a third-place finish in the 2015 Junior Gold Championships. The 20-year-old right hander also is a three-time Indiana Female Bowler of the Year.

“I’m very thankful to receive the Billy Welu Scholarship because it will heavily affect not just my academic career in nursing by helping me continue my education at Wichita State, but also help me grow myself in the sport of bowling,” she said. “My experience at Wichita State has allowed me the opportunity to grow as an athlete and as a person. Going forward I hope to reach new goals in the sport by competing internationally and on the PWBA Tour.” 

The Fort Wayne, Ind. native has a 3.45 grade point average and has been an academic All-American since 2014. She has been an active volunteer for youth bowling serving as an Indiana State USBC youth board member and vice president, and as chairperson of the organization’s food drive committee. She also is an active advocate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and breast cancer awareness initiatives in her hometown. 

The $1,000 scholarship award was established to annually recognize a college student who combines outstanding bowling talents with academic excellence. Welu, who passed away in 1974, was best known for his expert analysis alongside legendary ABC broadcaster and PBA Hall of Famer Chris Schenkel on the “Pro Bowlers Tour” series. Welu was a two-time PBA Tour champion and a member of the PBA Hall of Fame’s inaugural induction class in 1975.

BILLY WELU SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS

2016 – Sydney Brummett (Wichita State)

2015 – Ramon Hilferink (Webber International)

2014 – Melanie Hannon (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2013 – Katie Thornton (Webber International)

2012 – Danielle McEwan (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2011 – Kristina Frahm (Maryland Eastern Shore)

2010 – Kim Yioulos (Pikeville)

2009 – Elizabeth Seibel (Penn State)

2008 – Heather D’Errico (Robert Morris-Illinois)

2007 – Ricki Williams (Wichita State)

2006 – Jerrod Reece (Creighton University)

2005 – Mandy Pezzano (U of Penn)

2004 – Holly Pusok (University of Houston)

2003 – Robby Spigner (Indiana University)

2002 – N/A

2001 – Jennie Snoddy (Notre Dame College of Ohio)

2000 – Jackie Edwards (Cal State-Fresno)

1999 – Steven Svetlik (University of Illinois-Chicago)

1998 – Nicholas Hoagland (Indiana University)

1997 – Preston Brunswig (Wichita State)

1996 – Brenda Dosher (University of Southern Indiana)

1995 – Michael Lamont (University of Florida)

1994 – Joe Ciccone (Erie Community College)

1993 – N/A

1992 – Stephen Dale Jr. (Northeastern University)

1991 – Kari Murph (Morehead State)

1990 – Kimberly Berke (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

1989 – Ronni Shehorn (San Jose State)

1988 – Julie Powell (University of Michigan)             

1987 – N/A

1986 – Paul Kaib (University of Florida)

1985 – Curt Pezzano (University of Miami (Fla))

1984 – Michelle Mullen (University of Illinois)

1983 – Jeri Edwards (Penn State)

1982 – Patricia Bowie (Arizona State)







Wichita State’s Sydney Brummett Is 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Recipient

The Professional Bowlers Association has announced that Wichita State University Shocker bowling star Sydney Brummett of Fort Wayne, Ind., is the winner of the 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Award.

Brummett, entering her junior year majoring in health science/pre-nursing, was a member of the second-place 2016 Intercollegiate Team Championships women’s team. Her Shockers women’s team earned its berth in the ITC Championship by winning the 2016 sectional qualifier.

Named to four all-tournament teams during the 2015-16 season, the two-time Junior Team USA member was a 2015-16 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association first team All-American after earning second team honors and rookie of the year during the 2014-15 season.

Among her other bowling accomplishments are Masters gold, team silver and trios silver medals in the 2015 PABCON Youth Championship, a 17th-place finish in the 2016 USBC Queens and a third-place finish in the 2015 Junior Gold Championships. The 20-year-old right hander also is a three-time Indiana Female Bowler of the Year.

“I’m very thankful to receive the Billy Welu Scholarship because it will heavily affect not just my academic career in nursing by helping me continue my education at Wichita State, but also help me grow myself in the sport of bowling,” she said. “My experience at Wichita State has allowed me the opportunity to grow as an athlete and as a person. Going forward I hope to reach new goals in the sport by competing internationally and on the PWBA Tour.” 

The Fort Wayne, Ind. native has a 3.45 grade point average and has been an academic All-American since 2014. She has been an active volunteer for youth bowling serving as an Indiana State USBC youth board member and vice president, and as chairperson of the organization’s food drive committee. She also is an active advocate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and breast cancer awareness initiatives in her hometown. 

The $1,000 scholarship award was established to annually recognize a college student who combines outstanding bowling talents with academic excellence. Welu, who passed away in 1974, was best known for his expert analysis alongside legendary ABC broadcaster and PBA Hall of Famer Chris Schenkel on the “Pro Bowlers Tour” series. Welu was a two-time PBA Tour champion and a member of the PBA Hall of Fame’s inaugural induction class in 1975.

BILLY WELU SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS

2016 – Sydney Brummett (Wichita State)

2015 – Ramon Hilferink (Webber International)

2014 – Melanie Hannon (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2013 – Katie Thornton (Webber International)

2012 – Danielle McEwan (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2011 – Kristina Frahm (Maryland Eastern Shore)

2010 – Kim Yioulos (Pikeville)

2009 – Elizabeth Seibel (Penn State)

2008 – Heather D’Errico (Robert Morris-Illinois)

2007 – Ricki Williams (Wichita State)

2006 – Jerrod Reece (Creighton University)

2005 – Mandy Pezzano (U of Penn)

2004 – Holly Pusok (University of Houston)

2003 – Robby Spigner (Indiana University)

2002 – N/A

2001 – Jennie Snoddy (Notre Dame College of Ohio)

2000 – Jackie Edwards (Cal State-Fresno)

1999 – Steven Svetlik (University of Illinois-Chicago)

1998 – Nicholas Hoagland (Indiana University)

1997 – Preston Brunswig (Wichita State)

1996 – Brenda Dosher (University of Southern Indiana)

1995 – Michael Lamont (University of Florida)

1994 – Joe Ciccone (Erie Community College)

1993 – N/A

1992 – Stephen Dale Jr. (Northeastern University)

1991 – Kari Murph (Morehead State)

1990 – Kimberly Berke (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

1989 – Ronni Shehorn (San Jose State)

1988 – Julie Powell (University of Michigan)             

1987 – N/A

1986 – Paul Kaib (University of Florida)

1985 – Curt Pezzano (University of Miami (Fla))

1984 – Michelle Mullen (University of Illinois)

1983 – Jeri Edwards (Penn State)

1982 – Patricia Bowie (Arizona State)







New York’s Adam Zimmerman, South Carolina’s Breanna Clemmer Win Teen Masters Championships

(Above from left, 2016 Teen Masters winners_Breanna Clemmer, Mabel Cummins (U14), Kirk Mowl (U14) and Adam Zimmerman)

TAMARAC, Fla.  – Adam Zimmerman of Deer Park, N.Y., and three-time Junior Team USA member Breanna Clemmer of Clover, S.C., won the boy’s and girls’ division titles in the Teen Masters High School Bowling Championships at Sawgrass Lanes Friday.

Zimmerman, 17, finally overtook Dawson Maier of Hampton, Va., late in the final round of match play. Protecting a 17-pin lead going into the final game, he threw a critical string of four strikes to win that match, 220-188, and clinch the boys’ title with a 42-game total of 9,475 pins. Maier, who had led since round two, finished 109 pins behind.

“After mixed pairs (round three of qualifying), I probably had the best block I’ve ever had and that’s when I realized I had a chance to catch (Maier),” Zimmerman said of his fourth round, when he averaged 239.8 for six games to advance from seventh to second. “I just needed to make the right moves and that’s what I did.”

Zimmerman, a two-handed player, was bowling in the Teen Masters for the seventh consecutive year. His best previous finish was eighth place in 2015.

Clemmer, 18, moved into the lead during the first round of match play Thursday and then ran away from the field during Friday’s final two rounds. Leading by 151 pins at the start of Friday’s final 12 games, Clemmer expanded her final margin of victory to 392 pins over Adrianna Stacy of Sebring, Fla. Clemmer, the 2015 USBC Junior Gold champion and 2015 Junior Gold runner-up, finished her first Teen Masters tournament with a 13-4-1 match play record and 9,029 pins. She was the only girl in the field to average 200 (205.3).

“I think after game five in match play, I decided if I really wanted it, I had to go for it,” Clemmer said. She also said her future collegiate coach, McKendree University’s Shannon O’Keefe, an active competitor on the Professional Women’s Bowling Association Tour during the summer months, “really pushed me hard to be better; she’s definitely been my biggest influence.”

Kirk Mowl of Ormond Beach, Fla., and Mabel Cummins of Elburn, Ill., were the boys’ and girls’ U14 division winners as the highest finishing players in their age group. Each was guaranteed $2,000 scholarships.

The 20th annual Teen Masters High School Bowling Championships included 42 games of qualifying and match play on Professional Bowlers Association-caliber long- and short-oil lane conditioning patterns, plus a choice of two low-technology bowling balls which required players to focus on skill vs. technology.

The Teen Masters was conducted in cooperation with the PBA which provided live coverage of the entire event on its Xtra Frame online video streaming service. For subscription information, visit pba.com and click on the Xtra Frame link.

Gary Beck, founder of Killer B Promotions which owns and operates the Teen Masters, also announced the 2017 tournament will be conducted in Richmond, Va.

TEEN MASTERS HIGH SCHOOL BOWLING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Sawgrass Lanes, Tamarac, Fla., July 8

(Money listed is scholarship prize money)

BOYS’ DIVISION

Final Standings (after 42 games, including match play bonus pins):

1, Adam Zimmerman, Deer Park, N.Y., 14-4, 9,475, $6,000.
2, Dawson Maier, Hampton, Va., 11-7, 9,366, $3,000.
3, Tyler Gromlovits, Junction City, Kan., 14-4, 9,102, $2,000.
4, Andy Campbell, Fort Thomas, Ky., 7-11, 8,996, $1,500.
5, Sean Wilcox, Altamonte Springs, Fla., 10-8, 8,932, $1,000.
6, Connor Egan, East Northport, N.Y., 8-10, 8,873, $900.
7, Igar Rodriguez, Miami, Fla., 10-8, 8,862, $800.
8, Kennon McFalls, Gastonia, N.C., 9-9, 8,821, $700.
9, Benjamin Hardin, Tampa, Fla., 11-7, 8,782, $600.
10, Jacob Shockley, Ocean City, Md., 8-10, 8,744, $500.
11, Tom Hankey, Great Barrington, Mass., 9-9, 8,733, $440.
12, Andrew Hall, Westborough, Mass., 4-14, 8,667, $430.
13, Brandon Magennis, Fort Mill, S.C., 11-7, 8,644, $420.
14, Charlie Forero, Miami, Fla., 9-9, 8,637, $410.
15, Hunter Kempton, Buzzards Bay, Mass., 8-10, 8,608, $400.
16, Ryan Winters, Livonia, Mich., 7-11, 8,596, $390.
17, Kenneth Merrick, Port St Lucie, Fla., 6-12, 8,465, $380.
18, Steven Welsh, Patchogue, N.Y., 6-12, 8,453, $370.

GIRLS’ DIVISION

Final Standings (after 42 games, including match play bonus pins):

1, Breanna Clemmer, Clover, S.C., 13-4-1, 9,029, $6,000.
2, Adrianna Stacy, Sebring, Fla., 13-5, 8,637, $3,000.
3, Caitlyn Johnson, Beaumont, Texas, 10-6-2, 8,614, $1,750.
4, Crystal Elliott, Melbourne, Fla., 9-8-1, 8,562, $1,000.
5, Bryanna Leyen, Perry Hall, Md., 11-7, 8,554, $800.
6, Madison Janack, Myrtle Beach, S.C., 8-10, 8,482, $750.
7, Natalie Koprowitz, Girard, Ill., 9-8-1, 8,334, $600.
8, Jenna Williams, Homosassa, Fla., 8-9-1, 8,273, $500.
9, Megan Eaglehouse, Cibolo, Texas, 7-11, 8,231, $400.
10, Emma Dockery, Ravenna, Ohio, 9-9, 8,222, $300.
11, Leanne Vastbinder, Winter Park, Fla., 10-8, 8,206, $250.
12, Sarah Florence, Egg Harbor City, N.J., 10-8, 8,163, $225.
13, Samantha Johnson, Apopka, Fla., 7-10-1, 8,148, $200.
14, Cayla Hicks, Salem, Va., 9-9, 7,996, $180.
15, Mabel Cummins (14u), Elburn, Ill., 3-13-2, 7,965, $2,000.
16, Patricia Rosales, Orlando, Fla., 7-10-1, 7,900, $160.
17, Heather Trapp, Chester, Va., 7-11, 7,864, $140.
18, Mallory Liversedge, Meridian, Idaho, 7-11, 7,826, $130.







Wichita State’s Sydney Brummett Is 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Recipient

The Professional Bowlers Association has announced that Wichita State University Shocker bowling star Sydney Brummett of Fort Wayne, Ind., is the winner of the 2016 PBA Billy Welu Scholarship Award.

Brummett, entering her junior year majoring in health science/pre-nursing, was a member of the second-place 2016 Intercollegiate Team Championships women’s team. Her Shockers women’s team earned its berth in the ITC Championship by winning the 2016 sectional qualifier.

Named to four all-tournament teams during the 2015-16 season, the two-time Junior Team USA member was a 2015-16 National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association first team All-American after earning second team honors and rookie of the year during the 2014-15 season.

Among her other bowling accomplishments are Masters gold, team silver and trios silver medals in the 2015 PABCON Youth Championship, a 17th-place finish in the 2016 USBC Queens and a third-place finish in the 2015 Junior Gold Championships. The 20-year-old right hander also is a three-time Indiana Female Bowler of the Year.

“I’m very thankful to receive the Billy Welu Scholarship because it will heavily affect not just my academic career in nursing by helping me continue my education at Wichita State, but also help me grow myself in the sport of bowling,” she said. “My experience at Wichita State has allowed me the opportunity to grow as an athlete and as a person. Going forward I hope to reach new goals in the sport by competing internationally and on the PWBA Tour.” 

The Fort Wayne, Ind. native has a 3.45 grade point average and has been an academic All-American since 2014. She has been an active volunteer for youth bowling serving as an Indiana State USBC youth board member and vice president, and as chairperson of the organization’s food drive committee. She also is an active advocate for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and breast cancer awareness initiatives in her hometown. 

The $1,000 scholarship award was established to annually recognize a college student who combines outstanding bowling talents with academic excellence. Welu, who passed away in 1974, was best known for his expert analysis alongside legendary ABC broadcaster and PBA Hall of Famer Chris Schenkel on the “Pro Bowlers Tour” series. Welu was a two-time PBA Tour champion and a member of the PBA Hall of Fame’s inaugural induction class in 1975.

BILLY WELU SCHOLARSHIP AWARD WINNERS

2016 – Sydney Brummett (Wichita State)

2015 – Ramon Hilferink (Webber International)

2014 – Melanie Hannon (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2013 – Katie Thornton (Webber International)

2012 – Danielle McEwan (Fairleigh Dickinson)

2011 – Kristina Frahm (Maryland Eastern Shore)

2010 – Kim Yioulos (Pikeville)

2009 – Elizabeth Seibel (Penn State)

2008 – Heather D’Errico (Robert Morris-Illinois)

2007 – Ricki Williams (Wichita State)

2006 – Jerrod Reece (Creighton University)

2005 – Mandy Pezzano (U of Penn)

2004 – Holly Pusok (University of Houston)

2003 – Robby Spigner (Indiana University)

2002 – N/A

2001 – Jennie Snoddy (Notre Dame College of Ohio)

2000 – Jackie Edwards (Cal State-Fresno)

1999 – Steven Svetlik (University of Illinois-Chicago)

1998 – Nicholas Hoagland (Indiana University)

1997 – Preston Brunswig (Wichita State)

1996 – Brenda Dosher (University of Southern Indiana)

1995 – Michael Lamont (University of Florida)

1994 – Joe Ciccone (Erie Community College)

1993 – N/A

1992 – Stephen Dale Jr. (Northeastern University)

1991 – Kari Murph (Morehead State)

1990 – Kimberly Berke (University of Nebraska-Lincoln)

1989 – Ronni Shehorn (San Jose State)

1988 – Julie Powell (University of Michigan)             

1987 – N/A

1986 – Paul Kaib (University of Florida)

1985 – Curt Pezzano (University of Miami (Fla))

1984 – Michelle Mullen (University of Illinois)

1983 – Jeri Edwards (Penn State)

1982 – Patricia Bowie (Arizona State)







PBA West Region Leaders Through November 29, 2005

2006-2007 Denny’s PBA Tour Points
(From April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006.
Top point finisher receives an exemption to the 2006-2007 Denny’s PBA Tour.
2005-2006 Denny’s PBA Tour Players do not receive points for the 2005-2006 PBA Regional Tour.)
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PBA South Region Leaders Through November 29, 2005

2006-2007 Denny’s PBA Tour Points
(From April 1, 2005 through March 31, 2006)
Top point finisher receives an exemption to the 2006-2007 Denny’s PBA Tour.
2005-2006 Denny’s PBA Tour Players do not receive points for the 2005-2006 PBA Regional Tour.
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Brian LeClair Awarded Commissioner’s Exemption

PBA Commissioner and CEO Fred Schreyer announced today Brian LeClair has been awarded the Commissioner’s Exemption for the 2005 Empire State Classic, Dec. 14-18, at Spare Time – Clifton Park in Clifton Park, N.Y. The finals will take place Sunday, Dec. 18 live on ESPN at 1 p.m. EST.

LeClair (Athens, N.Y.) has been a PBA member since 1984, competing in more than 300 Denny’s PBA Tour events over his 21-year career. He’s bowled 25 career 300 games and has made five nationally-televised finals appearances. He finished second twice in 1996, losing in the title match of the Track Synergy Open and the Showboat Invitational, both times to Walter Ray Williams Jr.

The eight-time PBA Regional Tour title winner has made over $500,000 in total career PBA earnings. He most recently won the 2005 East Region Edgewood Lanes Open, and currently leads the PBA East Region points race with 167,254 points, more than 50,000 points ahead of Jim Tomek Jr., who is second. Should LeClair hold on to the lead, he would gain one of seven exemptions for the 2006-07 Denny’s PBA Tour season through the Regional Tour.

“I feel very honored that Fred has selected me. I’m sure it wasn’t the easiest decision and I appreciate being selected,” said LeClair. “Being on Tour all these years, and not having won yet, it makes me feel good to have a chance to bowl in my area and support the tournament. I’m really looking forward to it.”

LeClair was exempt for the 2004-05 Tour season, but finished 49th in the 2004-05 PBA World Point Rankings, just missing out on an exemption for 2005-06. His highest finish last season came in the 62nd U.S. Open presented by Odor-Eaters, where he finished 18th.

This week, the Denny’s PBA Tour is in Hammond, Ind., for the 2005 BowlersParadise.com Classic. The live ESPN televised finals will take place Sunday, Dec. 4 at Noon CST.







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