Join us in congratulating the 2021 PBA Jr. and Gazmine Mason Foundation Scholarship recipients:

"I’m so proud to see the positive response and number of applications we received for the first-ever PBA Jr. and Gazmine Mason Foundation Scholarship, “said Gazmine Mason. “The majority of these youth bowlers haven’t competed in a PBA Jr. tournament and to give them an opportunity is just amazing. I wish them lots of luck!”

Tori Richardson (12) – Waterloo, IA     Tyler Galbreath (15) – San Antonio, TX

Brianna McCall (13) – Houston, TX        Aaliyah Friend (16) – Winston-Salem, NC

Bryan McCall (13) – Houston, TX           Caroline Lewis (16) – Kenosaha, WI

Kai Strothers (13) – Plainfield, NJ         Nila Dulcio (16) – Sugar Hill, GA

Daveon Bickcom (15) – Chicago, IL       Allie Williams (17) – Philadelphia, MS

Diamond Gist (15) – Hammond, IN       Daniel Hong (17) – Fullerton, CA

Essence Collins (15) – Aurora, CO         Emmanuel McPherson (17) – Green Bay, WI

Jasmine Hall (15) - Huntsville, AL         Kieryn Knox (17) – West Orange, NJ

Jewel Johnson (15) – Harrisburg, PA    Stephanie Hong (17) – Fullerton, CA   

King Simmons (15) – Chicago, IL          Walther Lents (17) – Daytona Beach, FL

Michael Jones (15) – Laurel, MD            Kendall Battles (18) – Philadelphia, PA

The PBA and Gazmine Mason launched the PBA Jr. and Gazmine Mason Foundation Scholarship together in an effort to advocate for more representation in the sport.

“The inaugural PBA Jr. and Gazmine Mason Foundation class is an inspiring group of diverse youth bowlers with bright futures ahead,” said Colie Edison, CEO of the PBA. “Each and every one is deserving of this opportunity and I look forward to seeing these talented bowlers compete at an elite level.”

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