Age: 28

On Tour Since: 2019

Hometown: Cranston, Rhode Island

Style: Right

GG is a 4X gold medalist and the first African American (man or woman) to win singles and all-events gold medals for Team USA. She graduated from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln with a degree in Business Administration and a minor in Informatics. Upon graduation, GG decided that more respect and visibility were required for her sport. Therefore, she vowed to be a global ambassador for the sport of bowling and launched her company Got Game, LLC in 2018. Not only is she an ambassador for the sport of bowling, but she's an advocate for all other non-traditional sports that don't get the recognition they deserve. GG has a foundation, the Gazmine Mason Foundation that fosters education, health, and nutrition to disadvantaged youth and individuals through the sport of bowling. Learn more about GG and follow her at

Career Highlights

PWBA Titles

2020 PWBA East Providence Regional, Rumford, R.I.

2019 PWBA East Hartford Regional, East Hartford, Conn.


Runner-up at 2019 Go Bowling! PWBA Regional Showdown

Runner-up at 2019 CP3 PBA Celebrity event

Runner-up in Diamond Doubles at 2018 USBC Women's Championships

2015, 2016 and 2017 NTCA third-team All-American (Nebraska)

Member of 2015 NCAA Bowling Championship winner (Nebraska)

Other Achievments

One gold medal (team) and one bronze medal (trios) at 2021 PANAM Bowling Elite Championships

Two gold medals (singles, all-events) to become the first African-American to win both events during Team USA competition at the 2016 World Bowling Youth Championships

Two silver medals (doubles, team) and one bronze medal (Masters) at 2016 World Bowling Youth Championships

Holds all-events record at World Bowling Youth Championships (4,100 total at 2016 event)

One gold medal (singles) and four silver medals (trios, all-events, team, Masters) at 2015 Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Championships