Today, we announce the signing of one of the very best young bowlers in the country: Madison Janack.
Madison is a supremely talented player out of Myrtle Beach, SC. She currently bowls collegiately for Wichita State University, where she is presently one of the best collegiate players in the country.
Before her time at WSU, Janack was an accomplished youth player, both locally and nationally.
In her area, Janack was a star. She was one of the top bowlers — male of female — in her region. She has won innumerable tournaments in her area and numerous accolades, as well, including Pepsi Tournament titles in 13, 14, 15, and 2017.
At the national level, Janack has had success in all of the major events: Junior Gold and Teen Masters. She has finished top 20 in her respective division on five separate occasions. And in 2018, she became a member of Jr. Team USA as well as winning the USBC Youth Open Singles Championship.
After her time at WSU has come to an end, Janack hopes to bowl on the PWBA tour, and we at CoolWick are here to help her in any way necessary on her way to the top level of the sport.
Resides: Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Born: June 6, 2000
High School: Carolina Forest
College: Wichita State (fall of 2018)
Years on Junior Team USA (1): 2018
– 2018 Youth Open Championships U20 girls singles scratch champion (including 300 game)
– 2017 Bowl4Life/Logo Infusion Athlete of the Year
– 2016-17 12Bagger YBT U20 Bowler of the Year
– Third-place finish at 2017 Junior Gold Championships
– Seventh-place finish at 2015 Junior Gold Championships (U15)
– Ninth-place finish at 2014 Junior Gold Championships (U15)
– 19th-place finish at 2013 Junior Gold Championships (U15)
– Two-time Bowl4Life Scholarship series champion
– Four-time South Carolina Pepsi champion
– Five-time South Carolina Interstate All-Star Team Bowler of the Year
– Two-time South Carolina/North Carolina/Georgia Interstate All-Star Bowler of the Year
– Four-time South Carolina Youth Female High Average Award winner
– South Carolina Youth Female record holder for high series (833)
– Seven-time Timothy Spencer Rice Tournament champion
– Four-time 12Bagger YBT champion
– Six-time Tough Shots Tour champion
– Two-time Tough Shots Tour Bowler of the Year