Richard Claims 14TH Title, Benites Wins 1ST in Grand Blanc

The 24th Annual Michigan Junior Master Association Grand Blanc Open moved into Galaxy Lanes of Grand Blanc, Michigan on April 25, 2015. The bowlers were challenged with 35 foot pattern which kept most of the score pretty close during qualifying.

Nathan Moszyk (Bay City, MI) and Jordan Richard (Tecumseh, MI) led the way for the boys and girls side by posting six game scores of 1314 and 1217 respectively. A total of 16 boys and 8 girls would advance to the bracket match play portion in the afternoon to see who would be crowned this year champions.

MJMA Hall Of Fame

(UPDATED 04/16/2015): Here you will find listed the names of individuals who won each tournament dating back to MJMA's inception.

Brandt & Scheuer Capture Second Titles in Kalamazoo

(UPDATED 4/16): The 27th Annual Michigan Junior Master Association Kalamazoo Open rolled into Pinz of Kalamazoo in Kalamazoo, Michigan on March 28, 2015. Brandon Gibson, a former MJMA member, and the whole team at Pinz played great hosts for the second time in our Kalamazoo history. The challenging 46 foot pattern kept a number of our members off balance but as always, a number of them found the right target zone and made enough spares in between to make the match play part of the event.

Richard Records 13th Title, Oullette 1st in Waterford

In what proved to be a memorable tournament, the Michigan Junior Masters Association rolled into Century Bowl in Waterford, Michigan on March 14-15, 2015 for the DV8 Waterford Open. Being the first event after the high school season, hopes were high for a full field of near 140 bowlers, unfortunately that was not the case. Eighty-three (83) bowlers stepped into the center that Saturday morning to test themselves on the tough condition that was being set as the challenge.

2015 Daniel C. Ottman Memorial Scholarship

It is that time of year once again for the Daniel C. Ottman Memorial Scholarship applications to go out to our members! Again this year, the MJMA will award at least one $1,000.00 scholarship in the name of our founder, Daniel C. Ottman, to a deserving individual from the organization. This scholarship is awarded based on numerous criteria that include Scholastic and Bowling performance, Community Service and a short essay that will need to be delivered no later than Sunday, May 17th, 2015. An independent panel made up of prominent people in the Michigan state bowling community will review the applications and make their decisions on this year’s winner(s).