Head Coach Whitnall Area Bowling Club
USBC Silver Certified Coach
Functional Movement Screen Certified
Member of USBC Coaches Association
Member of National Strength and Conditioning Association
Member of Association of Applied Sport Psychology
Bachelor’s Degree in Kinesiology with a minor is Psychology
Master’s Degree in Kinesiology with emphasis in Sport Psychology
Jeremy has been an avid bowler his entire life competing as a collegiate bowler for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee, head coaching for Whitnall High School, and assistant coach for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. As a bowler for the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Jeremy was an Academic All-American, 2x GLBC 1st Team All-Conference, holds team records for singles tournament wins and high average for a season.
He obtained a master’s degree in kinesiology with an emphasis on sport psychology and is currently working on becoming a Certified Mental Performance Consultant (CMPC) through the Association of Applied Sport Psychology (AASP). He is also working on completing the requirements to become a certified strength and conditioning coach through the National Strength and Conditioning Association.
Jeremy's qualifications and experience allows him to work with a wide range of bowlers from beginning to advanced players. With the use of SPECTO, Torch and other tools at Lucky Lanes Jeremy is able to help bowlers with:
Finite adjustments to physical game
Building a bowling ball arsenal
Advanced lane adjustments
Matching ball surfaces to lane conditions
Advanced mental game concepts
Establishing a practice plan to develop and expand a bowler's options in competition.
Jeremy is currently working on his own game in conjunction with coaching to start competing on the PBA regional tour part time. Jeremy’s uses experiences as a competitive and collegiate bowler to create tailored coaching experiences for bowlers. Jeremy uses his life, bowling, and educational experiences to provide unique and holistic coaching experiences for each bowler. He enjoys the challenges of tailoring his coaching to each bowler as every person has different needs to further their performance goals. With that said, his motto is “quality over quantity” and believes that each lesson or program should make a bowler FEEL better and more confident about their game.