Champions Pro Shop
Champions Pro Shop is the affiliate pro shop for the United States Bowling Academy. The Pro Shop is managed by two time Team USA member Briley Haugh.
Champions Pro Shop is located inside Spare Time Entertainment bowling center located in Owatonna, Minnesota. Spare Time Entertainment bowling center is also the home center for the United States Bowling Academy.
Briley Haugh has a strong resume that he brings to Champions Pro Shop. He started teaching with the United States Bowling Academy at the age of 11. Briley has balanced his love for the game at a competitive level and and a teaching level ever since.
Haugh earned USBC Bronze coaching certification when he was 14, and two years later, became the youngest coach to receive USBC Silver certification.
Briley is also certified with the Dick Ritger Bowling Academy.
He has been a league organizer for Project A.B.L.E., assisting mentally-challenged adults with their weekly events, and a league organizer for Special Olympics.
In 2017, Briley was honored as the Youth Ambassador of the Year along with Mabel Cummins by the United States Bowling Congress. They each received a $1,500 scholarship.
The Youth Ambassador of the Year Award is presented annually to one male and one female United States Bowling Congress Youth member for their exemplary contributions to the sport of bowling, academic accomplishments and community involvement.
Briley has been a member of Team USA in 2017, 2020-2021 by earning his spot at the National Team Trials held in Las Vegas, Nevada.
In 2017, he earned four gold medals (doubles, mixed doubles, team, national all-events) and one bronze medal (all-events) at the Tournament of the Americas.
Briley bowled for Wichita State University for four years and in 2021 was part of the Men’s Team National Championship.
Briley graduated from Wichita State University in 2021 with a degree in Finance and Real Estate.