I began bowling at the age of 10. It was summertime and it only cost 25 cents a game to bowl. To say I was immediately hooked would be an understatement. I would run home every Saturday after league and watch the PBA. From as early as I can remember all I’ve ever wanted to be was a professional bowler.
I was fortunate to have parents that cared so much about my success that they started running the Florida Youth Tour when it was getting ready to fold. From there I was fortunate enough to make Junior Team USA and attend the University of Nebraska. I went on to finish my degree at Florida State University.
Bowling has defined my life. I’ve met my wife, my best friends and almost every person I know due to the game of bowling. It’s taught me to be patient, to be humbled, and to work hard. I love this game and everything it has given me.
When I’m home I enjoy being somewhat of a stay at home dad to my son Emmett. I was lucky enough to meet my wife Erin through collegiate bowling. She’s beaten me more than a few times. I’m an avid Chicago Cubs fan and lover of baseball. In my free time I’m fortunate enough to be an assistant coach for the Avon Lake High School Team.
- 2016 - PBA Team Challenge, Las Vegas
- 2012-13- Lucas Oil Wolf Open, Milwaukee
- 2011 WBT Kuwait Open
- 2 – European bowling titles
- 2017 Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award winner
For full PBA statistics of Chris Loschetter, click here.