- Home Town: Avon, Ohio
- Birth Date: 5/24/1980
- Throws: Right
- Ball Weight: 15 lbs.
- 300 Games: 50
- 800 Series: 19
- Career Regional Titles: 11
- Career National Titles: 1
- Career Earnings: $569,462
- Positive Axis Point: 5 3/8" by 3/8" up
I began bowling at the age of 10 when my uncle took me to the bowling center during the summer time. It was 25 cents a game to bowl and I instantly became hooked. I competed in a lot of sports when I was younger, but become more and more focused on bowling as I grew up. Bowling has been my entire life and I am thankful every day that I get to bowl for a living.
It's an honor to be a part of the Storm team. They are the best in the business and they truly the Bowlers Company!
When I am not bowling I like to watch movies and read books. Unlike most bowlers I don't golf much and I am truly terrible at it. I do, however, play a mean game of Air Hockey. I am a Cleveland Browns fan and a die hard Cubs fan. I also have grey hair on the sides of my head as a result of being a Cubs fan. It's a love/hate relationship to say the least. My wife Erin is a collegiate National Champion. I never had the honor of winning a collegiate title and Erin holds this over my head ever chance she gets.
Bowling runs in our family to say the least.
Pronounced LOW-shet-er…Lives in Avon with wife Erin…Nickname is "C-Lo"…Favorite sports team is the Chicago Cubs…If he wasn't a bowler he would like to be theCubs’ general manager…Lists "Harry Potter" series as his favorite books, "Braveheart" as his favorite movie and spaghetti as his favorite food…Member of Junior Team USA in 2000 and 2001…Wife Erin bowled at Central Missouri State...Won Kuwait Open and finished second in Qubica AMF Open in 2011...Owns two Europeon Bowling Tour titles.
2015: Finished seventh with Ronnie Russell in Mark Roth/Marshall Holman Doubles.
Career: In 2012-13 after nine years and 154 tournaments Loschetter won the Lucas Oil Wolf Open in Milwaukee for first PBA Tour title beating Bill O'Neill 264-231 in championship match...Backed up win with fourth-place finish in Lucas Oil Bear Open losing to Dan MacLelland in second TV match 223-200...Finished fifth in 2013 U.S. Open...Finished fourth in 2012-13 season-opening Cheetah Championship...Finished third in 2013 Summer Swing GEICO King of the Swing special event...Has four career runner-up Tour finishes…Finished second in the 2005 Denny's World Championship in his first TV appearance,losing to eventual PBA Player of the Year Patrick Allen…Led the 2005 PBA Tour Trials to earn his first exemption for the 2005-06 campaign…Owns 12 PBA Regional titles…Had three top 10 finishes in 2009-10 which included best finishes of fifth, sixth and seventh...Finished fifth in USBC Masters and 11th in Tournament of Champions in 2011-12...In 2014 finished third three times coming in the Kingdom International Open, Brunswick Euro Challenge, Oklahoma Open. Also finished fifth in Wolf Open.
PBA Standard Titles (1): 2012-13- Lucas Oil Wolf Open, Milwaukee.
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When practicing I like to work on a variety of releases. I like to play a lot of different parts of the lane so I take a lot of time to make sure I am sharp playing straight as well as hooking it. I do a lot of one and three step drills to keep my swing loose and my timing correct. I bowl at a six lane center in Oberlin, OH. My coach, Tom Reid, always takes the time to put patterns for me. He also keeps an eye on my game to make sure I am in time and throwing it well. I usually practice every day of the week except for Tuesday. I am lucky to have such a great coach and a great center to practice at.