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Coach Randy Stoughton and Team Aruba Dominate Champion of Champions

The Aruba National Women’s Team won 6 medals at the Champion of Champions in Brazil under Coach Randy Stoughton.

Thashaina Seraus from Aruba led all events with an average of 219.38 while winning Gold in Singles, Silver in Doubles, Bronze in Masters and Gold in All Events. Kamilah Dammers won the Silver medal in Doubles as well as the Gold in the Masters. 

Randy Stoughton, is a USBC Gold Level Coach at the Kegel Training Center and started coaching Team Aruba this season. The team has won medals in every event he had coached. Coach Stoughton also serves as the head coach of the Webber International Women’s Team.

The event consisted of two players from each of the PABCON federations.  Webber alumni players that participated were Matt Russo (USA), Marcelo Suartz (Brazil), Kamilah Dammers (Aruba), and Stephanie Martins (Brazil). 

Other Webber players that earned medals include Matt Russo that swept Gold on the men’s side, winning every event and Marcelo Suartz who earned Silver in Doubles.  Stephanie Martins won bronze in doubles. 

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Posted on October 29, 2018 and filed under Webber.

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.

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.