CEDAR RAPIDS — The Cedar Rapids USBC Bowling Association will induct three new members into his Hall of Fame on Oct. 28 — Tricia Nederhiser, Tim Moffett and Mat Fowler.
Nederhiser got her start in 1988, bowling youth leagues in Clinton at the age of 12. She moved to Cedar Rapids in 1994, finishing her youth career. She has been bowling in adult leagues since 1995 and has lit up the lanes since by rolling seven 300 games. She had an 836 series in 2005, which is the second highest in the association’s history for women.
She has averaged better than 200 for 10-plus years with her highest being 214.
Moffett started bowling in Cedar Rapids in 1981 at May City Bowl and Don Mar in Mount Vernon. He also helped coach youth leagues at both centers. He has had much success in league play with eight 300 games and five 800 series. His highest average is 231.
Moffett’s tournament success is second to none. He won six City Senior tournament titles, one City tournament team title, five Senior Scratch bowling association titles and finished third in the state tournament in singles with an 805 series. He still is showing he’s a force to be reckoned with in the senior leagues. tearing them up by holding averages of 221 and 222.
Fowler has been bowling in Cedar Rapids for last 20 years and has shown to be a force on the lanes. He has 19 300 games, six 299 games, one 298 and seven 800 series, with a high of 837 in 2002-2003. That was the highest in the association that year. He has a high average of 232.
Fowler received his Silver Coaching Level in 2017 and has, for the last six years, been an assistant coach at Jefferson High School.
To nominate a Hall of Fame candidate, contact any of the Hall of Fame committee member or anyone on the association board.
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l Lane Lafler is a director with the Cedar Rapids USBC Bowling Association Board and Hall of Fame committee member.