Verity Crawley – PWBA PROFESSIONAL BOWLER AND COACH from Bournemouth, Dorset, UK.


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. In 2019, I made one show.

Now in my fourth year as a professional bowler, I am committed and driven towards winning my first PWBA event.

Career Highlights


  • 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;
  • NCBCA All-American;
  • 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;

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