WESLEY LOW, JR SELECTED AS 2016 STAR OF TOMORROW WINNER
This year’s Star of Tomorrow is awarded to WESLEY LOW, JR. He is presently a student at Wichita State University working toward a degree in Business. He would like to pursue his love of bowling by becoming a professional bowler. He is also hoping to pursue a job in the bowling industry using the business degree that he will have. While in High School he maintained a grade point average of 3.6 and was Palmdale’s Highland High School Valedictorian and Golden State Seal Merit Award Recipient. He currently has a Grade Point Average of 3.76 at Wichita State University and holds a 244 average. He has 12 800 series with a high of 833, and has bowled 12 300 games. You can follow Wesley’s outstanding bowling performance on Twitter: @WesleyLow
Young, 2-handed lefty standout Wesley Low Jr., at age 15, became the youngest bowler ever to win a PBA Regional title – breaking a 34-year-old record set by PBA Hall of Famer Pete Weber in 1979 – when the two-handed competitor from Palmdale, Calif., defeated Deeronn Booker of Anaheim, Calif., 299-234, to win the PBA Non-Champion West tournament at South Point Bowling Center in Las Vegas on Friday, March 29, 2013.
Low, who bowls with two hands from the left side of his body, finished third in the same non-champions event in 2012.
Low, who turned 18 on April 27, 2015 won his second PBA Regional, going 9-3 in match play and totaling 5,028 for 20 games to take the PBA Earl Anthony West/Northwest Memorial at Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl, PBA reported. Low finished 166 pins ahead of Josh Blanchard.
When not bowling Wesley enjoys fishing and golfing. His favorite food is Chipotle. You will find just about any genre of music in his iTunes library.
Low is currently tied for the most JAT titles at 21.
- 3-Time Junior Team USA Member (2013, 2014, 2015)
- 12th 2011 USBC Junior Gold Championship (U20)
- 1st 2011 U14 Teen Masters Championship
- 3rd 2012 PBA West Region South Point Non Champions
- 2013 PBA South Point West Region Non Champions winner
- 2013 Trios Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Champion Silver Medalist
- 2013 Tournament of the Americas – Five gold medals and one silver at
- 2013 All Events Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Champions Silver Medalist
- 2013 Doubles Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Champions Gold Medalist
- 2013 Team Pan American Bowling Confederation Youth Champions Gold Medalist
- Two gold medals (team, doubles) and two silver medals (trios, all-events) at 2013 PABCON Youth Championships
- 1st 2013 PBA South Point West Region Non Champions Champion
- 12th 2013 USBC Team USA Trials
- 1st 2013 USBC Junior Gold Championship (U20) Champion
- 3rd 2013 PBA West Region Fog City
- 2014 World Bowling Youth Championships – Two gold medals (team, all-events), two silver medals (singles, Masters) and one bronze medal (doubles)
- 1st 2014 10th Annual Chris Barnes Thanksgiving Youth Classic Champion
- 1st 2014 California Pepsi State Championships U20 Division Champion
- 2nd 2014 Junior World Team Challenge
- 2nd 2014 USBC Junior Gold Championship (U20)
- 3rd 2014 Teen Masters National Championships
- 2014 Doubles CGSE World Youth Championships Bronze Medalist
- 2014 Singles CGSE World Youth Championships Silver Medalist
- 2014 Masters CGSE World Youth Championships Silver Medalist
- 2014 Team CGSE World Youth Championships Gold Medalist
- 2014 All- Events World Youth Championships Gold Medalist
- 2015 PABCON Youth Championships – Three gold medals (trios, team, all-events), two silver medals (singles, doubles) and one bronze medal (Masters)
- 1st 2015 PBA Earl Anthony West/Northwest Memorial Classic Champion
- 2nd 2015 PBA Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort Championship
- 1st 2016 PBA Earl Anthony West/Northwest Memorial Classic Champion