Seattleā€™s Jesuit College Prep School Since 1891

Girls Bowling

Program Philosophy

Welcome Panther Bowlers and bowling fans! The 2023-24 season will be here soon with hopes of adding a 3rd banner to the wall!

Our practice and match facility continues to be West Seattle Bowl.  For the past 7 seasons they have been top notch hosts and great supporters of our program!

Our goal every season is a team berth in the State Tournament regardless of the team's bowling experience.  Last season we fell short of our goal to state, but this year instead of 1 returning starter we will have 3 and several others ready to help fill the other two spots each match to improve our chances!

There are several open spots each season for a chance to be a part of a fun, challenging, and competitive team. If you are not confident in your bowling game, but are interested in being a part of the team, this program has the tools to help you improve your game both mentally and physically!  

There will be two meetings before the season starts if you have any interest in joining. Stay tuned to the daily announcements for more details.

Contact Coach Massoth if you seek additional information or to declare interest in joining the team. 

Meet the Program Head 

Program Head Mike Massoth is entering his 8th bowling season with Seattle Prep and 11th overall. Previously Coach Massoth ran the Bothell High School boys and girls bowling program from 2004-2006 leading the girls and boys to two State tournament appearances. In 2017 Mike earned the Coaches USBC Bronze Credential. In 2021 Mike was the recipient of the WIAA Sportsmanship award at the conclusion of the State Championships.  

Prior to coaching, Mike bowled collegiately for Washington State University, helping his team to one invitational title. 

Coach Massoth also serves as Coach Engel's long-time assistant coach in our baseball program (11th season)

Email Coach Massoth

 

History

State Championships

State Finishes

2019 - 8th Place
2018 - 8th Place

Metro Championships

District Championships

2019
2018