Bryanna Cote


I am a very out-going person who is not afraid to say what’s on the mind. Some people say that the truth hurts but telling the truth can also bring respect. I am not afraid to say how I feel or what I think on any matter. With me, what you see, is what you get!

Bowling has been my passion for most of my life and without it, I would not be the person I am today. I have bowled collegiately, internationally and professionally. Bowling has brought so many wonderful people into my life that I am thankful for each and every day. While bowling is a sport that no matter how much practice and hard work you put into it, it’s one that cannot be perfected. I work hard to become the best bowler I can be and the rest is up to the pins.

Outside of bowling, I love to stay at home with my dogs, Bucket and Teddie. Yes, Bucket… he is named after a spare. I also enjoy working out, playing cards, shopping and playing tennis. Although I am terrible at tennis, I enjoy it and enjoy watching it for hours. I also enjoy spending time with family. With as much travel as I do during the summer, it’s nice to just be home with my husband and dogs.

A quote that has stuck with me for a long time is: If you want big rewards, you have to take big risks. It would be nice if everything was just handed to you on a platter but sometimes you have to be willing to risk it all to succeed.


Favorite Food: Kraft Mac & Cheese
Fun Fact: Socks NEVER match


  • Years on Team USA (7): 2011, 2015-17, 2020-2022
  • 2019 PBA South Point Member/Non-Member Doubles w/Bryan Van Sickle (regional title)
  • 2018 10K Challenge winner
  • 1 of 4 players to cash in every event on the PWBA tour in 2019
  • 4 PWBA National title – 2016 PWBA Lexington Open, 2021 - PWBA ITRC Classic, Arlington, Texas; 2022 - PWBA BVL Classic, Rockville Centre, N.Y., PWBA Dallas Classic, Dallas; 2023 PWBA US Open Champion
  • Team USA Member – 2011, 2015, 2016, 2017
  • Jr Team USA Member – 2006-07
  • 17-time medalist in International competition while on Jr Team USA (8 Gold, 4 Silver, 5 Bronze medals)
  • 2-time NCAA Academic All-American at Central Missouri University
  • National Tenpin Coaches Association Division II Rookie of the Year - 2005
  • UCM Female Athlete of the Year – 2008
  • National Tenpin Coaches Association Division II Player of the Year - 2005-08
  • National Tenpin Coaches Association First Team All-American – 2005-08
  • UCM Athletic Hall of Fame – Team Inductee 2013 & 2018
  • UCM Athletic Hall of Fame – Individual Inductee 2015
  • 300 games – 18
  • 879 Career high series

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