Pete Weber

Superior Performance

Pete Weber
City: St. Ann
State: MO
Inducted: 2002

Weber established a record never to be broken when he rolled a 300 in his first USBC-certified adult league game at age 15. Since then, he went on to become one of the best-known players in PBA history, surpassing his legendary father Dick in 2001 when he won his 27th pro title. They are the second father-son duo to earn USBC Hall of Fame induction. The right-hander became the third $2 million winner and was a 10-time Bowling Magazine All-American. He finished second twice in the USBC Masters. Weber was the youngest player to complete the PBA's Triple Crown, and he is the only player to win the U.S. Open five times.