||President through July 31, 2013
Director through July 31, 2013
Elected by Athletes Advisory Council
Andrew Cain of Phoenix, who was re-elected president by the board in June 2012, is a three-time member of Team USA (2002, 2003, 2005) and was a member of Junior Team USA in 2001. He finished fourth in the 2007 Dick Weber Classic, his first event after joining the Professional Bowlers Association. He went on to win 2007-08 PBA Western Region Player and Rookie of the Year awards, and subsequently earned an exemption on the Lumber Liquidators PBA Tour for 2008-09. Cain started bowling at age 6 and had his first 300 game at age 12. He finished 10th in the first Junior Gold Championships in 1998, credentials that helped him earn the 1999 Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow Award. He was a two-time first-team All-American at Arizona State University. In 2001, Cain was named Bowling Writers Association of America Amateur Bowler of the Year, an award he would win again in 2005, and was runner-up for BWAA Collegiate Bowler of the Year. As a member of Team USA, he won three gold medals at the 2005 FIQ/WTBA American Zone Championships, a bronze medal in singles at the 2005 World Games, and he won five gold medals and one silver at the Tournament of the Americas. He also brought home a silver medal from the 2003 WTBA World Championships and was a semifinalist in the 2002 AMF World Cup. Cain, a USBC Silver coach, was a member of the Team All-Events champion at the 2011 USBC Open Championships. He has rolled numerous 300 games and has an 868 high series.