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As a long-time supporter and advertiser with the Bowlers Journal International, Turbo is delighted to share and support the BJI Generation Next, a new magazine feature that recognizes outstanding youth bowlers and future ambassadors of the sport. The athletes recognized here were featured in a recent issue of the BJI.

Bowlers can apply for Generation Next by submitting the following information to tracklwright@aol.com: Name, e-mail address, Age, Average, High Game, High Series, Bowling Accomplishments and Extra Curricular Activities. Eligibility Requirements: All certified USBC High School and College bowlers will be considered. Upon selection by BJI, bowlers will be asked to submit photo, similar to those featured on this page.

Turbo is firmly committed to helping support and educate youth bowlers fostering growth and life-long participation in the sport. Be sure to visit our Coaching Section for more information on the Turbo Tech Collegiate Expo, the premier recruiting and educational program for high school bowlers and college coaches.



Jalen Mosley
Age: 16

This Indianapolis teen was the talk of the 2017 USBC Masters. No, he did not win. He did not even make the cut. But after posting a 1080 pinfall in the opening block of qualifying, a 216 average, USBC’s Matt Cannizzaro led that day’s press release by placing the spotlight on this talented high-school sophomore. Mosley, who got his entry into the Masters as a birthday gift, told Cannizzaro that he was “amazed” at his own performance as the field’s youngest player and said the experience of bowling the tournament was “really cool.” He has enjoyed success at the Junior Gold Championships in recent years, where he finished tied for third in the U15 division in 2015 and 36th in the same division last year.