ARLINGTON, Texas – The United States Bowling Congress Hall of Fame will welcome at least four new members when the 2023 class is inducted April 26 during the USBC Convention in Las Vegas.
The USBC Hall of Fame Committee recently elected Jill Weber of Burlington, Wisconsin, and Mike Rose Jr. of Orlando, Florida, in the Outstanding USBC Performance category, Ron Mohr of Las Vegas in the Veterans category and Jamie Brooks of Fort Worth, Texas, in Meritorious Service.
In addition to the four electees, the USBC Hall of Fame Committee selected seven bowlers – two women and five men – for the Superior Performance ballot that will be distributed to a national panel of USBC Hall of Fame members, USBC Board members and veteran bowling writers.
Named to the women’s national ballot are Diandra Asbaty of Chicago and Missy Parkin of Laguna Hills, California.
Selected for the men’s national ballot are Dave Ferraro of Kingston, New York; Bryan Goebel of Shawnee, Kansas; Wes Malott of Fort Wayne, Indiana; Randy Pedersen of Orlando, Florida; and Mike Scroggins of Amarillo, Texas.
Weber, a right-hander, is a three-time champion at the USBC Women’s Championships.
Her first title came in 2002 when her team, High Roller-Cherry Hills, N.J., won the Classic Team title with a then-record score of 3,327. Weber contributed 741 to that total.
Two years later, the same team won the same title with a nearly identical total. This time, High Roller-Cherry Hills, N.J., totaled 3,320, with Weber contributing 706.
The last of Weber’s trio of Women’s Championships victories came in 2008 as she teamed with Gina Daroszewski to win the Classic Doubles title. Weber rolled games of 192, 259 and 246 for a 697 series, while Daroszewski added 748. The team’s total of 1,445 was 29 pins better than their nearest competitor.
In addition to her three Women’s Championships wins, Weber finished third in the 1993 USBC Queens and owns 10 more top-10 finishes in her 27 appearances at the Women’s Championships.
Rose earned induction in his first year on the ballot on the strength of four Eagles won at the USBC Open Championships.
Rose, a 51-year-old right-hander, collected his first Open Championships victory in 2007, when he totaled 2,198 to capture the title in Regular All-Events. Rose shot 687 in team, 724 in doubles and 787 in singles (where he finished seventh).
Eagle No. 2 came in 2015 as part of Team NABR. The group captured the…
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