New Kegel Connection Pro Shop - Naples, FL

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Lake Wales, FL – November 2017: A new Kegel Connection Pro Shop will open in Bowland Woodside in Naples, Florida in November 2017.  Tyler Armour has joined the Kegel team as the new Pro Shop Manager of Kegel Connection – Naples.

 

Kegel Connection Naples will feature a full spectrum of modern coaching tools and pro shop services. The location has a Specto Ball Tracking System and will soon have a Torch Lane Targeting Light.  The shop will include a full supply of inventory on hand to help customers match up to today’s challenging conditions.   Skip Forsyth will remain on staff to help with coaching and ball drilling as needed. 

 

Tyler Armour has dedicated over 20 years of his life to the sport of bowling and joined his first youth league in 1996. Since then, he has rolled four 300's, three 800 series, and recently won the 2014 NJCAA National Championship with his team at Vincennes University where he studied Bowling Industrial Management and Technology. With his degree, he pursued a management position at Champlain Lanes where he served as a Pro Shop Technician. Currently, Armour is a DV8 Regional Staffer.  “I look forward to continuing to dedicate my time to the game that has given me so much,” Tyler shares.

 

Del Warren, VP of the Kegel Training Center says “We are excited about this opportunity both for Kegel and Tyler.  Tyler has shown a love for the sport that fits in perfectly to our culture.  We look forward to working with the bowlers in the Naples area.”

Posted on November 1, 2017 and filed under Webber.

Webber ends Successful Season with Year End Banquet

The 2016-17 Webber Warriors bowling season has come to a close, and to celebrate the success of the season, a banquet was held at Kegel Training Center on Tuesday, April 27th.

Every year, the coaches award players based on their performance and efforts for the season. The four categories for the awards are as follows: Patient & Present, Constant Learning, Strive for Excellence, and the Bill Heath Webber Way.  Both the men’s and women’s teams award these categories respectively.  This year’s recipients included:

Patient & Present: 
·         Cory Lenz & Caitlyn Johnson

Constant Learning:
·         Ramon Hilferink & Stephanie Vetero

Strive for Excellence:
·         Aaron Yuratovich & Becca Czlapinski 

Bill Heath Webber Way:
·         Giorgio Clinaz & Taylor Bulthuis

 

 

 

In addition to a meal provided by the university, guests and the team watched a recap video of memories from the season, as well as the final shots of the round 8 match to send the men’s and women’s teams to the televised finals of the Intercollegiate Team Championships.

Congratulations to the winners of these prestigious awards! For those seniors graduating, best of luck in your future endeavors. Once a warrior, always a warrior. For those who are returning next season, have a great summer and practice hard.

Posted on May 8, 2017 and filed under Webber.

Kegel Coaching Staff Dominates BJI Top 100 List

Bowlers Journal International has honored ten (10) Kegel Coaches as part of their annual Top 100 Bowling Coaches list which was published in the October 2016 edition of their revered journal.  In other words, Kegel Coaches dominate the Top 100 Coaches roster, accounting for 10% of the membership list.  Many of the Kegel Coaching staff have also been on the Top 100 Bowling Coaches list for several years.

This year the Kegel Coaches honored were Ruben Ghiragossian, Onder Gurkan, Alexander Gurkov, Audrey Rollins Leitch, Maryfran Milbank, Vernon Peterson, Brent Sims, Randy Stoughton, Del Warren, and Richard Wiltse.

The world renowned Kegel Training Center in Lake Wales, Florida was founded by the late John Davis who had a dream of developing a premier training facility where bowlers of all ages and all levels could come and sharpen their bowling skills.  One of the requirements of that dream was to have a group of top coaches to guide students in achieving their bowling goals.  Mr. Davis chose Del Warren as the current Vice President of the Training Center and Randy Stoughton as the Head of Coaching.  The Kegel Training Center was the first bowling training center in the world and with 10 coaches on the Bowlers Journal International Top 100 Coaches list, it is clear that the Kegel Training Center is the premier bowling training center in the world.  Congratulations to all our coaches who werehonored by Bowlers Journal International.

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Posted on October 13, 2016 .

Webber Women win 2016 ITC Championship

WICHITA, KS – It was a long road for the Lady Warriors but they battled through many opponents and found themselves 2016 National Champions!

Coming out of the qualifying rounds the Lady Warriors were ranked #1 overall. They quickly advanced past #16 St. Francis of Illinois by rolling a 227, 214, 237 and a 184. The second round is where it became a long road for the Lady Warriors. They faced #9 McKendree and lost sending them to the consolation bracket. From there they played #4 SFA and won rolling a 195, 185, 208, 222, 243 and a 254. They advanced to #5 Delaware St. where they won by rolling a 202, 191, 187, 133, 206, 190 and a 201. #13 Florida State was the next opponent to fall to the Warriors by them rolling a 189, 197, 278, 278 and a 226. With that win, they advanced to meet up yet again with #9 McKendree in round 7. The Lady Warriors needed to win twice against #9 McKendree to advance to the championship. They did just that defeating them with a score of 229, 191, 193, 231, 251, 178 and a 181 followed by, 197, 213, 181, 231, 242, 199 and a 229. They then faced off against the #3 ranked Wichita State for the National Championship. Webber International University defeated them by rolling 177, 230, 203 and a 238. For a complete breakdown of the bracket please visit http://scores.bowl.com/2016-itc/2016_womens_bracket.pdf

Congratulations to the 2016 National Champions the Webber International University Lady Warriors! This is the Warriors 4th National Championship. Thank you!!! Go Warriors!!!!

Posted on April 24, 2016 .

Webber Bowling Makes ITC Nationals

STRATFORD, Nj.- Webber International University's men's and women's bowling teams were in New Jersey this weekend where they both qualified for the Intercollegiate Team Championships to be held in Wichita, Kansas in April. Along with this four bowlers qualified for the Intercollegiate Singles Championships.

 

The sectionals team competition consisted of 64 baker games across two days. On the first day, the women shot a total of 6166 putting them in second place going into Sunday. With a score of 6,285 for 32 games on Sunday, the women put up a total score of 12451. Placing them second, 12 pins behind McKendree.

 

On the men's side, the Warriors shot 6695 for the first 32 games, putting them in second place behind Urbana. On Sunday, the men had a total of 6,758 to combine for a total score of 13,453 for 64 games. Qualifying them for nationals in second place, 202 pins behind Urbana.

 

Posted on March 14, 2016 and filed under Webber.

John Davis Elected to Polk County Sports Hall of Fame

Lake Wales, FL - February 26, 2016: Kegel Founder, John Davis, has been inducted posthumously into the Polk County Sports Hall of Fame.  Davis, along with his wife Linda and the late David Jennings, founded Kegel in 1981 and he dedicated his life to improving the game of bowling. Davis enters the Hall of Fame in the Contributor category for his efforts and commitment to the sport.

In 1995 Davis opened the first training facility for bowling, the Kegel Training Center, which up to today brings bowlers and coaches from around the world to the Lake Wales facility.   Under his guidance, Kegel was the first independent lane maintenance company to take care of the lanes for the PBA Tour. Davis’ curiosity and innovative spirit were the driving forces behind the company he founded, the products they make, and the services they provide to their customers. 

The Hall of Fame induction ceremony will be held June 14th at The Lakeland Center and will be part of the annual Polk County All Sports Awards banquet. For more about John Davis, click here.

Posted on March 5, 2016 .

Heather D’Errico of BowlFit to join Kegel Training Center Staff for 2016

Kegel Training Center is proud to announce the addition of Heather D’Errico, founder of BowlFit, as an advisory staff member.  D’Errico will be making appearances at events at the Training Center to give seminars on mobility, injury prevention, functional strength training, and conditioning as it pertains to the sport of bowling. 

“For far too long the importance of this aspect of the sport has been overlooked and we hope we can make more bowlers aware of the stress placed on the body during competition and how to prepare in order to become an elite bowler”, stated Heather. 

Heather began BowlFit in 2014 with a mission to provide education about fitness for bowlers and training programs to the bowling community.  Del Warren said of the partnership, “Her vision, like ours, is to improve the image of our sport by making bowlers become true athletes in every sense of the word.  Her expertise will help KTC to provide students with education on what to do on AND off the lanes to truly excel for years to come.”

Heather obtained a Master’s degree in Exercise Science while assistant coaching for the bowling team and interning with the head strength and conditioning coach at the University of Central Missouri.  She then obtained her CSCS (Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association.  Just this fall she became a Certified Functional Strength Coach and continues to train all athletes and general fitness clients at Next Level Strength and Conditioning in Fairport, NY. 

Currently Heather runs the website www.bowlfit.com where bowlers can go to request a customized BowlFit training program to perform on their own with the help of her video demonstrations and guidance.  She also writes articles for Bowling this Month and is partnered with Bowling Revolutions to provide BowlFit seminars at clinics around the world. 

Follow BowlFit on social media:

Facebook: www.facebook.com/BowlFit

Twitter: @BowlfitDOTcom

Instagram: @bowlfit

YouTube: Heather D’Errico

 

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About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.

Posted on February 13, 2016 .

Webber Alumni Faulkner Wins PBA World Championship

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Reno, NV – Webber International Alumni, Gary Faulkner Jr., won the 2015 Rolltech PBA World Championship hosted by the National Bowling Stadium in Reno, NV.  Gary was a member of the Webber Warriors from 2009 until 2013.

This was the first TV appearance for Gary as a professional, but he had previously anchored the 2012 Warriors, helping them win the ITC title.

Gary made it to the championship match by first defeating Scott Norton 262-218 throwing 10 strikes in his first 11 shots.  Match 2 came down to the 10th frame with Gary defeating Ryan Ciminelli 247-237. 

The championship match finished 216-178 with Gary winning the title over Tournament Leader EJ Tackett. 

About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.

About Webber International University

WIU was established in 1927 as one of the nation’s first business schools for women; Webber International University now hosts men and women from some 47 different nations.  The University offers degrees exclusively in the areas of business at the Associates and Bachelors levels in traditional day, night and weekend, and on-line formats.  For more information, please visit www.webber.edu  or www.webberathletics.com for more information about the bowling program.

Posted on December 18, 2015 .

Success at 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto

The Pan Am Games took place July 21-25 in Toronto.  Aumi Guerra from the Dominican Republic won the silver medal.  KTC VP and coach Del Warren is the head coach of the Dominican Republic team.

Marcelo Suartz, an alumni of the Webber International Bowling Team won the gold in the singles event.  Marcelo bowled for the Warriors for four seasons.

Aumi was beat by Team USA Shannon Pluhowsky in the final match by a score of 223-212.  Aumi was fourth after qualifying and beat out Liz Johnson in the first match to move on to the final match.

Marcelo defeated Venezuela's Amleto Monacelli to capture the gold medal.  Marcelo won the final match by a margin of 201-189.   He qualified second to the home country Dan Maclelland.  He defeated Team USA Devin Bidwell in the first round on his way to the medal.

Full standings can be found at: http://results.toronto2015.org/IRS/en/bowling/schedule-and-results.htm

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Posted on July 25, 2015 .

Kegel Coaches in Chicago

LAKE WALES, FL – Monday, June 22, 2015. Kegel coaches Del Warren and Randy Stoughton will be at the Turbo Tech Collegiate Expo in Chicago, Illinois from July 8th-10th. Following this event, Del Warren and Rick Wiltse will be at Junior Gold from the 11th -17th July. Both events are ideal for high school bowlers and parents to discuss future opportunities as well as receive coaching and advice.

Whilst at the Turbo Tech Collegiate Expo, Del Warren will be doing a presentation on “How to build a championship bowling team”. Randy Stoughton will be discussing lane topography and how it affects ball reaction.  This is a great chance to develop your knowledge on the sport of bowling.

If you are interested in bowling for Webber International University or want to find out more about what college bowling entails, two coaches will be at the collegiate experience, at Double Tree bowling center on July 11th.

About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.

About Webber International University

WIU was established in 1927 as one of the nation’s first business schools for women; Webber International University now hosts men and women from some 47 different nations.  The University offers degrees exclusively in the areas of business at the Associates and Bachelors levels in traditional day, night and weekend, and on-line formats.  For more information, please visit www.webber.edu  or www.webberathletics.com for more information about the bowling program.

 

Posted on June 22, 2015 .

Webber's Verity Crawley leads Qualifying for the 2015 Queens, 3 others make cut

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Congratulations to Verity for leading qualifying at the 2015 Queens.  

LAKE WALES, FL – Wednesday, May 20, 2015. At last week’s USBC Queens, hosted in Green Bay, Wisconsin, four out of six Webber International University bowlers and alumni qualified in the top 63. The four players advanced to the double elimination match play.

 Verity Crawley (pictured), a junior at Webber, just 20 years of age, dominated the field for 15 games of qualifying averaging 235.93. Unfortunately, she fell short in match play, losing both her matches. Diana Zavjalova who won the Queens in 2013, qualified in 6th place, and after winning a few matches, she finished in the top 10.

We would like to congratulate Webber bowlers and alumni: Amber Ottilige, Ashly Galante, Desiree Negron, Diana Zavajalova, Stephanie Martins and Verity Crawley on how they performed at this major event. The USBC Queens was the first event on the new Professional Women’s Bowling Association tour (PWBA). The tour is running throughout the summer, giving women an opportunity to show their bowling skills and compete against one another.  

About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.

 About Webber International University

WIU was established in 1927 as one of the nation’s first business schools for women; Webber International University now hosts men and women from some 47 different nations.  The University offers degrees exclusively in the areas of business at the Associates and Bachelors levels in traditional day, night and weekend, and on-line formats.  For more information, please visit www.webber.edu  or www.webberathletics.com for more information about the bowling program.

Posted on May 17, 2015 .

Kamilah Dammers Sets Record and Wins Gold

LAKE WALES, FL – November, 2014: Kamilah Dammers from Aruba recently broke the singles record while competing in the Central American Games.  She shot 1516 for 6 games to finish singles with the gold medal.  She also finished with a silver medal in the Masters.  Kamilah is a senior at Webber International University and trains with the coaches of the Kegel Training Center.

While competing, Kamilah broke or tied a total of 8 records:

High Game Singles – 300, High Series Singles – 1516, High 3 Game Series Team Event – 725, High Series Team Event – 1365, High Game Trios – 279, High Series Trios – 1415, High Game All Events – 300, and High Series All Events 5465.

The Central American and Caribbean Games, Veracruz 2014 are a regional sporting event much like the Olympics. Teams compete in 36 sports.  About 5,700 athletes from 31 countries in the region participated in 46 disciplines, showing over a million spectators what was an international multi-sport fiesta. This event shows off the love of sport through culture, passion and excitement. 

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About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com.

About Webber International University

WIU was established in 1927 as one of the nation’s first business schools for women; Webber International University now hosts men and women from some 47 different nations.  The University offers degrees exclusively in the areas of business at the Associates and Bachelors levels in traditional day, night and weekend, and on-line formats.  For more information, please visit www.webber.edu  or www.webberathletics.com for more information about the bowling program.

Posted on December 6, 2014 .

Webber International University to Partner with Columbia 300

Webber International University’s Bowling Program has agreed to a new sponsorship with Columbia 300. 

In recent years, Webber’s Bowling program has built a strong relationship with Ebonite International through the use of their Ebonite Brand products. To better align with Ebonite International’s brand strategy, and attract the highest quality players, Webber and EBI have decided that Columbia 300 will be the brand that makes the most sense. 

Del Warren, Head Coach of Webber, says, “Since April 2008 Webber International and Ebonite International has partnered resulting in winning 6 National Championships with bowlers such as Diana Zavjalova, Marcelo Suartz, and Gary Faulkner; the plan is to continue this streak of success with Columbia.”

Though Webber’s new relationship will be with Columbia 300, they will still have access to other EBI brands such as Ebonite, Track and Hammer.  “We are thankful that EBI is working with us to ensure our bowlers have the best products to suit their needs,” shares Warren. 

Bugsy Kelly, Ebonite International’s Group Marketing Director for Communications says, “Ebonite International has a great history with the Webber Warriors and we’re excited to take this next step in being a part of their continued success. Columbia 300’s youthful, energetic brand position, with an emphasis on performance, makes it a perfect match for the collegiate experience and the Webber Warriors.”

Posted on September 17, 2014 .

Audry Mullan to Run Kegel Connection PSL

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Lake Wales, FL – September 10, 2014: The Kegel Connection Pro Shop in Port St. Lucie, FL will have a new manager as of September 13, 2014.  Audry Mullan will take over this facility, located inside Super Play USA, which features a full spectrum of modern coaching tools and pro shop services. 

Mullan has managed pro shops in Richmond/Fredericksburg, Virginia for over 20 years.  She is a USBC Bronze certified coach and an IBPSIA certified ball driller. 

“In my 25 years of knowing Audry, she has shown me that she has the highest level of competence in all the critical areas that are needed to be a ball driller and coach in today’s environment,” says Del Warren, VP of the Kegel Training Center.  “I know that she will fit very well into the Kegel culture.”

In addition to her industry certifications, Mullan has many years of personal bowling experience.  She is a Virginia State Hall of Famer for Outstanding Performance and finished 2nd in the Queens tournament in 1997.  She also finished 4th at the Hammer’s Players Championship in 1998. She has earned 16 300-games and a high set of 803.  For 9 consecutive years from 1997-2006, she had the high Women’s average for the State of Virginia.

“I am excited for the opportunity to work for Kegel and future we can build together. I know I can bring my years of experience to increase the level of customer service and help my customers succeed,” says Mullan.

 

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About Kegel Training Center

The Kegel Training Center, first known by the name HERBIES was opened in 1997 in Sebring, FL.  This private ten lane facility was the first of its kind.  In 2004, the Kegel Training Center was moved to its current location in Lake Wales, FL and now features twelve fully adjustable lanes.  The KTC coaches players from all over the world and serves as the Training Facility for the Webber International University bowling teams.   For more information, please visit www.kegeltrainingcenter.com

Posted on September 12, 2014 .

Kegel Training Center to Be Used for Ball Reviews

Bowlers Journal International has partnered with Vernon Peterson to provide Ball Reviews for Bowlers Journal. All tests will be performed at Kegel's state of the art testing and training facility, the Kegel Training Center, located in Lake Wales, FL. Ball Reviews will begin in the February issue of Bowlers Journal.

“We are excited that Vernon will do all of the testing here at the Kegel Training Center. The objective data will aid the consumers in seeing the specific differences in each product which is critical information when choosing a ball for yourself or your customer,” says Del Warren, VP of the Kegel Training Center.

The Kegel facility was designed with a focus on research and testing and includes many features that will enhance the feedback Peterson is able to supply. The KTC is a private training facility offering the world’s most level playing environment due to the installation of 12 fully adjustable lanes. Peterson will have full use of C.A.T.S (Computer Aided Tracking System), which can be used to analyze accuracy, consistency, and control by monitoring rev rate, ball speed, entry angle, and other details. BowlersMap will also be available for any necessary visual analysis using specialized video equipment.

While performing ball reviews, a Kegel Sanction® Technology Lane Machine will be used to apply the selected pattern(s) and Kegel’s Process Verification Procedure will be followed. This will maintain the integrity of each test and ensure the reviews are done in a consistent manner.

Peterson’s overall goal will be to use the tools of the Training Center to make the bowling ball the only variable resulting in the most accurate evaluations.

Vernon Peterson is a USBC Silver Coach and 3-time Team USA member. In addition to conducting ball reviews, Peterson runs a Kegel Connection Pro Shop at Cypress Lanes in Winter Haven, FL. Vernon has been an employee of Kegel for over 10 years, however, his reviews and opinion are that of his own, and will not necessarily express the opinion of Kegel.

Posted on June 8, 2014 .

KYPS Year End Event w/Prize

The Kegel Youth Point Series End of Year Tournament was held at the Kegel Training Center on Saturday, May 17th.  Eight upper division boys and 4 upper division girls received spots in match play semifinals by virtue of their points accumulation over the year.  These players were given the opportunity to bowl on Saturday to practice on the WTBA Atlanta sport pattern that will be used throughout the tournament while other entrants qualified for an equal number of boys and girls division spots for match play on Sunday.

In the Under 14 Division, Wyatt Smith was the top seed by points accumulation and he was joined by Joey Goodwin, Daniel Bolan and Christopher Smith.  For the girls, Crystal Elliott was top seed and she was joined by Kyra Smith.  These players went head to head in a best of 3 game format.  Crystal Elliott claimed the Under 14 Girls title by ending her match in the first two games with scores of 219 and 182 to defeat Kyra Smth.

In the boys semifinal series, Wyatt Smith defeated Christopher Smith in a match that went the full 3 games.  The boys struggled on the changing Atlanta pattern and the high game was only 169 by Christopher Smith who came up short of the win overall.  In the meantime, Joey Goodwin outlasted Daniel Bolan who began by winning game 1 and then failed to dominate as Goodwin rolled to a win with games of 195 and 187.  That set up the Championship match between top seed Wyatt Smith and Joey Goodwin.  Goodwin came out winning in game 1, while Wyatt Smith came back with a sound victory in game 2.  The deciding game was closely contended with Goodwin just edging out Smith with a 204 to 200 finish.

The Upper Division match play was conducted on Sunday, May 18th and it proved to be a very exciting day.  For the boys, semifinals matches between Michael Coffey and David Lance andDavid Daniels and Tyler James started off the day.  Daniels defeated James in two straight games 207 & 219) and Lance defeated Coffey after three games finishing with 255 and 268.

In the girls division, Katie Stark defeated Adrianna Stacy in three games with a final game of235 while Jessica Mellott defeated Devon Metcalf in two straight games rolling a high game of 234.

The Upper Division Championship matches were between Jessica Mellott and Katie Stark for the girls and David Lance versus David Daniels for the boys.  Jessica Mellott rolled to victory in three games with high scores of 223 and 216.  David Lance won the shootout against David Daniels in three games defeating Daniels in game three by a score of 236 to Daniels’ 226.  Both matches were close and were decided in the ninth and tenth frames.

Overall, an exciting day of bowling on a difficult WTBA lane pattern.   The Year End Tournament  matches are typical of the challenges that young bowlers face when they compete in KYPS.  Top level players bowling on world class conditions.  If you haven’t tried KYPS, consider testing your skills in the fall season.  If you already bowl KYPS, invite a friend and get a free CATS report at your next tournament.

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Posted on June 8, 2014 .

Kegel Connection Pro Shop to Open in Sunrise, FL

Lake Wales, FL – April 2, 2014: A new Kegel Connection Pro Shop will be replacing the pro shop located inside Strikers Family Sports Complex in Sunrise, Florida. The location will be an extension of the Kegel Training Center and act as a satellite training facility featuring a full spectrum of modern coaching tools and pro shop services. 

Along with other Kegel Connection Pro Shops, this new location will operate with an emphasis on making the sport better by providing high level coaching and the best of customer service. “Our coaches are trained with an understanding of the modern game to help you bring your game to its full potential,” says Del Warren, VP of the Kegel Training Center.

This location will be equipped with the Kegel Computer Aided Tracking System (C.A.T.S.) as well as video analysis. These tools will facilitate high quality lessons and allow bowlers to accurately identify the best bowling balls to fit their needs and style. This location will also have a Precision Ovalmatic machine drill press, bowling ball resurfacing machine, and ball spinner.

Mitchell Shumway, the new Head Coach and Pro Shop Manager at this location, is a USBC certified Coach from Orlando, Florida. Over the past 8 years, Mitchell has taught Saturday morning youth programs as well as led the Varsity men’s bowling team at Oviedo High School for 3 years as assistant coach and for 2 years as head coach.

As a pro shop operator he has been in the business for over 6 years in bowling centers such as Boardwalk Bowl and Colonial Lanes, both located in Orlando, Florida. He started out at the Kegel Training Center as a youth bowler and acquired his pro shop training and certification under KTC Head Coach, Randy Stoughton. As a bowler he is a current PBA member. His bowling resume includes 17 honor scores and he was formerly on the 900 Global bowling staff. He has competed on the PBA Regional level for the last two years and has bowled around the country as a youth and adult bowler.

Posted on June 8, 2014 .

Teen Masters Qualifer 2014

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Bowler DOB Gender State City Dexter Hotel G 1 G2 G 3 G 4 G5 G 6 Tot G 7 G 8 G 9 G10 G11 G 12 Tot 12 G
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1 Mellott, Jessica 06/28/1996 F FL Lauderhill Yes Yes 217 211 139 189 191 178 1125 205 157 212 167 164 160 1065 2190
2 Nealon, Krystina 10/29/1996 F FL Coral Springs Yes Yes 163 188 179 213 197 227 1167 155 121 183 178 175 173 985 2152
3 Miksa, Ember 03/29/1996 F FL Winter Springs 118 157 179 188 200 147 989 163 201 209 157 164 181 1075 2064
4 Jones, Katelyn 06/09/1999 F FL Oviedo Yes 166 165 172 172 177 194 1046 185 170 133 190 147 136 961 2007
1 James, Tyler 06/30/1997 M FL Deltona Yes 243 180 207 213 231 222 1296 191 189 201 188 226 189 1184 2480
2 Lance, David 09/30/1995 M FL Merritt Island Yes 165 224 180 204 179 236 1188 221 202 226 246 213 183 1291 2479
3 Daniels, David 4/25/1998 M FL Sebring Yes 188 196 168 157 189 235 1133 231 199 165 190 236 202 1223 2356
4 Drennen, Mark 12/22/1995 M FL Ocoee Yes 215 206 157 177 170 182 1107 180 222 215 200 186 181 1184 2291
5 Juhasz, Joe 02/22/1998 M FL Ormond Beach Yes Yes 215 165 195 182 170 225 1152 155 179 180 156 137 233 1040 2192
6 Montanye, Brian 10/14/1996 M FL Titusville Yes 185 220 157 167 162 145 1036 179 151 170 171 162 181 1014 2050
7 Wisler, Justin 01/01/1997 M FL Davenport Yes 147 165 196 190 152 177 1027 187 148 151 200 156 160 1002 2029
8 Kimmel, Bryan 11/12/1997 M FL Apollo Beach Yes 143 210 172 205 153 169 1052 136 123 168 181 166 196 970 2022
9 Przychocki, Thorsten 12/05/1996 M FL Sebring Yes 188 183 162 161 146 186 1026 187 164 117 122 205 201 996 2022
10 Nagel, Nicholas 08/17/1998 M FL Land O' Lakes Yes Yes 177 139 217 177 159 151 1020 143 144 139 154 130 191 901 1921
11 LaForty, Zayne 01/05/1999 M FL Clermont Yes 138 178 192 135 178 141 962 186 124 114 181 170 177 952 1914
12 Klouda, Michael 06/11/1998 M FL Lake Worth Yes Yes 147 137 148 173 134 172 911 162 212 131 168 128 163 964 1875
Posted on June 7, 2014 .