Mike Fagan


I started bowling at age 6 at East Meadow Bowl on Long Island. I was taken out of middle school to be on my high school bowling team and have been working hard to get better ever since. I bowled in college at St. John's University and after graduating joined the PBA and have been bowling professionally since 2002. Every experience from junior bowling to traveling around the globe has kept me learning and continuing to grow as a player.

Some of the things I enjoy doing are working out, playing the piano and going to concerts. My taste in music ranges from Billy Joel to Taking Back Sunday. I root hard for the New York Jets and Mets even though its an uphill battle. My degree was in Finance so I also keep an eye on stocks & currency markets. The country with my favorite cuisine is Japan.


  • 5 PBA National titles including 2 major titles (1-PBA World Championship, 1-USBC Masters)
  • 5-Time Team USA Member
  • International Accomplishments: Won silver medal (team) in 2013 WTBA World Bowling Championships...Won silver in trios (with Sean Rash, Marshall Kent), five-player team with Chris Barnes, Bill O'Neill, Sean Rash and Tommy Jones) and Masters in 2014 WBA Men's World Championship in Abu Dhabi
  • Teamed with Kelly Kulick to win 2013 World Games Mixed Doubles for the U.S's first bowling gold medal in the 23-year history of bowling's involvement in the games
  • Won team gold, trios, silver and singles bronze in 2011 PABCON Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico

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