LA Tech bowling inks Junior USA Team member

Annalise Obryant

Courtesy of LA Tech Athletic Communications

Annalise Obryant signed a National Letter of Intent to join the Louisiana Tech women’s bowling team on Thursday, Nov. 17. 

“Annalise will be coming to Louisiana Tech next year,” said Tech head coach Matt Nantais. “She has had a lot of success throughout her career, and we are looking for her to make an immediate impact once she gets here in the fall. Her work ethic is second to none so she will fit right in with what we do here.”

Obryant, a native of Ball Ground, Georgia, joins LA Tech’s bowling team after a long list of accomplishments. During her career, she’s bowled 300 twice, with a high series of 789. Starting in 2015, she has competed at the Junior Gold National Championships where she finished first in 2018 and 2019.  Obryant is a four-time Youth Open National Champion as well as a two-time Storm Youth Champion 18U and a seven-time Georgia State Pepsi Champion. 

In 2015, 2017, 2018, and 2019, Obryant finished first in the Georgia Youth Bowlers Tour. She also competed in the 2016-2017 15U USA Team Bowling Regional where she took home another championship. While participating in the International Tournament of America’s Medalist, she earned seven silver medals and five gold medals. 

Obryant collected the Georgia State All Events Girls Scratch Champion title in 2019 along with the Bowl4Life 15U Girls Champion title. She’s qualified for the PBA Junior National South Championship as well. Obryant was named the BYBT Bowler of the Year in 2014-15 and 2015-16 as well as named the Georgia Bowler of the Year in 2019. She was also named a member of the 2018-19 Georgia Youth Hall of Honor. For five consecutive years, Obryant has been a member of the Junior USA Team. 

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