Allyse Leonard is the program director for the club. She is also a former assistant coach for the women. Allyse began her bowling career at Westerville South High School and continued competing at the collegiate level at The Ohio State University. As a freshman at Ohio State she was a member of the women’s bowling team that qualified for the Intercollegiate Team Championships in 2007. As a senior she was named first team All-Conference in the AHIBC. Allyse earned her bachelor’s degree in Business Administration – Finance from the Fisher College of Business at Ohio State in 2010.
Quincy Walker is the men's head coach and a former assistant coach for the men and former women's head coach. He is involved in the youth bowling program at The Columbus Square Bowling Palace and volunteers his time to the Central Ohio USBC to assist in running the Columbus City Bowling Tournament and Central Ohio Youth Week. Quincy started his bowling career in Cleveland, OH and, as a youth bowler, competed in JTBA events. During his eight years of military service, he served in the Gulf War in 1991 and Bosnia in 1993. Quincy earned his Associate’s Degree in Computer Networking from ITT Technical Institute. Quincy is also a silver certified coach.
Jon Leonard is an asisstant coach and former head coach of the women's team. He was previously one of the men's assistant coaches, helping lead them to the Boom Intercollegiate Club National Championship. Jon has been bowling since he was in 8th grade. During his career, he earned 3 state tournament titles in juniors. He also bowled for Ohio State for two years, placing on 2 all-tournament teams, while earning his bachelor's degree in Food Science in 2010.
Kyler McDonald is our women’s head coach. He graduated from The Ohio State University in 2016 with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. He bowled for Ohio State while he was pursuing his degree and was club president for three years. His hometown is Englewood, Ohio and bowled for Vandalia Butler High School.