PWBA pro Bowler and coach
Place of Birth
Bournemouth, Dorset, UK
Savannah, GA, USA
Went To University
Webber International University
Joined Pro Tour
For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Verity Crawley, and I am a professional Ten-Pin Bowler.
Although currently living in USA, I was born and raised in Bournemouth on the South Coast of England, UK.
At the age of 5, I began bowling, and I was immediately hooked. Having joined the local Youth Bowling Club, my fascination grew and I progressed to playing a league every single Saturday morning.
I wasn’t the only member of my family who bowled though! My brother was also a bowler in the same Youth Bowling Club, and I quickly gained a strong drive to be as good as him – not only did this lead to my enrolment in tournaments, but it meant my game flourished.
At the age of 12, I first competed for Junior Team England at the United World Games in Vienna, and I won a silver medal. From here, I knew bowling would be part of my future.
In 2012, I competed at the European Youth Championships in Denmark, shot a perfect game, won the singles event and won medals in all events and team. From here everything changed; doors were opened, and I began to path the way to my future.
As I finished Sixth Form (College), I moved to USA to pursue my education and bowl at collegiate level for Webber International University in Central Florida. Whilst studying at Webber, I won three national championship titles and an abundance of individual titles.
One year after graduating, I took the plunge; I joined the Professional Women’s Bowling Association and became the first British female to become a professional bowler.
In my first year on tour, I made two TV finals (finishing second in both), and was named Runner Up for Rookie of the Year. The following year, I also made another two TV shows.
Now in my third year as a professional bowler, I am committed and driven towards winning my first PWBA event.
wHERE IS VERITY NOW?
Although I am based in Savannah, Georgia, bowling takes me all over North America and around the world.
Below you can see where I am right now.
2018 PWBA Tournament Average
2018 PWBA Perfect Games
Sponsors: Columbia 300, Kegel Training Center, VISE, Apparel EFX, BowlerX.com
Assistant coach at Savannah College of Art and Design, 2019 NAIA National Champions
Winner of the Charleston 8 game sweeper
#4 Seed at PWBA Twin Cities Open, finishing 2nd
Ranked 17th in the world
#1 Seed at PWBA Sonoma County Open, finishing 2nd
Fifth at Pepsi PWBA St. Petersburg-Clearwater Open with a 300 game
300 game at the PBA/PWBA Mixed Doubles
300 game at Louisville Open
Ranked 11th in the world
#1 seed at the PWBA Detroit Open finishing 2nd
Runner up at the PWBA Fountain Valley Open
USBC Intercollegiate Team Champion with Webber International, named all-tournament team
NSCA All-American, Strength and Conditioning Athlete of the Year
NAIA First Team All-American
High qualifier and 300 game at the USBC Queens
High qualifier at the USBC Intercollegiate Singles Championship, finished 3rd
First place and 300 game at USBC Singles Sectionals
NAIA All-Tournament Team
NAIA National Championship with Webber International University
NAIA Second Team All-American
Competitor at the World Youth Championships in Hong Kong for Team England
Winner of the Tenpin Team Challenge
Winner of the YAC Lincoln Singles
NAIA (National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics) National Championship with Webber International University
BTBA (British Tenpin Bowling Association) Junior Bowler of the Year
European Youth Champion (gold medal in singles), bronze in all events and team, with a 300 game
Winner of the Junior London International
Triple Crown – 2 gold, 2 bronze medals
NAYBC Masters Champion
Winner of the YAC Singles
Youth European Tour Champion
Here are some images from the world of bowling.
What People Say About Me
What People Say About Me
“There are no failures, only continuous opportunities to learn and improve”
– Verity Crawley