Parker Bohn III
Parker Bohn III owns 32 career PBA Tour titles. He won a career-best five titles in 1999 and again in 2001-02, earning the PBA Player of the Year Award in both seasons. He shot a nationally-televised 300 game in the 1998 USBC Masters in Reno. Bohn currently ranks fourth on the all-time PBA earnings list with $2,789,447. A USBC Silver coach, he resides in Jackson, N.J., with his wife Leslie and children Justin, Brandon and Sydney. Other children include Parker IV and Evan, who reside in Tennessee.
Hank Boomershine is a USBC Gold coach who has been a part of the Bowlers Journal International Top 100 Coaches since 2007. He has been an executive for ball manufacturers Storm and Roto-Grip since 2002, and was a pro shop operator for 14 years until 2000. He currently is Vice President of Sales/Marketing for Storm and serves on the Storm coaching staff, conducting clinics worldwide.
Jeff Lizzi is a USBC Silver coach with 20 years of experience as a professional bowler. During that time, he has won 26 regional titles and one national title, the Brunswick World Open. Now the owner of Star Lanes in Sandusky, Ohio, Lizzi has been coaching for more than 10 years.
Susie Minshew is a USBC Gold coach, a two-time United States Olympic Committee Bowling Coach of the Year, and chairs the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America Coaching Committee. She has her own coaching company, Strikeability LLC, and has been teaching bowling full time since 1994.
Jim O'Reilly is a USBC Silver coach and has been coaching for 38 years. He's a Ritger Level II coach, high school girls head coach and USBC Youth coach. He also teaches clinics with various bowling coaching associates all over the country.
David O'Sullivan is a USBC Silver level coach who conducts clinics and gives lessons full-time in addition to competing all over the world. A Morehead State alum, he became won the USBC Team Trials Championships in 2007. He was a member of Junior Team USA in 2004 and Team USA in 2007 and 2008.
A USBC Silver coach, Missy Parkin has been coaching for more than 10 years and has been voted one of the top 100 coaches by Bowlers Journal International four times. She won the first Junior Olympic Gold Championships in Las Vegas in 1998 and was named the collegiate MVP in the men's division while competing at Cal State Fullerton. She was the first woman to win two PBA Regional titles and holds the record for the highest finish by a woman in the history of the USBC Masters and PBA U.S. Open. Missy and her husband, Drew, reside in Laguna Hills, Calif.
Spigner is a USBC Gold coach and has been a prominent coach at camps and schools throughout the country for more than three decades. He earned three PBA titles during 13 years on the national tour, and finished second in two majors. At the Open Championships, he has 12 career top-10 finishes, including one title. His performance on the lanes earned him a spot in the USBC Hall of Fame in 2001.
Rick Steelsmith, who joined the USBC Hall of Fame in 2013, is a USBC Silver coach and the head teaching professional for JOMA Bowling Company. During his 20-year professional career, he won two of bowling's major championships, the 1988 USBC Masters and 1997 PBA World Championship. He is a five-time medalist for Team USA and two-time champion at the USBC Open Championships.