Age: 26

On Tour Since: 2021

Hometown: Aurora, Illinois

Style: Right

I recently graduated from the University of St. Francis in Joliet, IL with a degree in Substance Abuse Counseling. With this degree, I work as a counselor part-time as well as compete on the PWBA Tour. I am super hard working and competitive and always want to be surrounded by people who live by these traits. I was raised with the if you want it, work hard and go get it mentality. Outside of the bowling center. I am very adventurous and love traveling. Sending time with friends and family is also something very important to me. As far back as I can remember I had a bowling ball in my hand. I grew up in the bowling centers because my parents and grandparents bowled in a few leagues together. Bowling runs in the family so naturally, I fell in love with the game. I would go practice every week with my Dad and Grandpa for years and years. Eventually, I got serious with it and bowled well in high school. Throughout my collegiate career, I wanted to pursue bowling at the next level and now I'm competing on my rookie season of the PWBA. I can't wait to dive into this journey and continue to work hard. I want to be the best athlete I can be and improve on my game with every opportunity I can get. I'm excited to see what my journey looks like on the PWBA Tour!

Career Highlights


2018-2019 and 2019-2020 NCBCA first-team All-American (St. Francis-Illinois)

2018-2019 and 2019-2020 NAIA first-team All-American (St. Francis-Illinois)/p>

2018-2019 NCBCA Most Valuable Player (St. Francis-Illinois)

2018-2019 NAIA Player of the Year (St. Francis-Illinois)

Third-place finish at 2018 Junior Gold Championships

Member of 2017 NAIA National Championships winner (St. Francis-Illinois)

2017 NCBCA Rookie of the Year (St. Francis-Illinois)

2016-2017 NCBCA honorable mention All-American (St. Francis-Illinois)

2016-2017 NAIA second-team All-American (St. Francis-Illinois)