||Managing Director, IBC Youth Development
Chad Murphy was named International Bowling Campus Managing Director of Youth Development in January 2012. Prior to being elevated to his new role, Murphy spent nearly two years as Director of Youth for the Bowling Proprietors' Association of America and then IBC Director of Youth. Murphy is a veteran of the bowling industry. He worked for Columbia Industries from 1998 to 2007, and moved to Ebonite International as brand manager for Columbia 300 in 2007 when Ebonite acquired the brand in an asset purchase from Columbia Industries. He worked at Ebonite International until March 2010 before accepting a position with BPAA. Murphy started as a Technical Tour Representative on the Professional Bowlers Association and Professional Women's Bowling Association tours for Columbia 300 before moving to roles in sales, marketing and lead product manager for Columbia's research and development team servicing Track International, Circle Athletics, Dyno-thane and Columbia 300. Murphy is an accomplished bowler. In 1998, he was a member of Team USA and earned a silver medal at the 1998 World Tenpin Team Cup in Amsterdam. Murphy also was part of the Ebonite Nitro/r's team that won two Grand Championships at the Brunswick World Team Challenge Series in 1994 and 1996. In addition, Murphy also is part owner of Wichita Bowling Supply, which has three locations servicing the bowling community. Murphy is married to the former Jennifer Daugherty, who also was a member of Team USA and a part of two collegiate national championships for the University of Nebraska. Jennifer has the distinction of being the first scholarship athlete within the sport of bowling at the NCAA level. The Murphys have two children, Joshua and Noah.
Stu Upson | Jon-Paul Estes | Eric Kearney | Brian Lewis | Susan Merrill
Chad Murphy | Jason Overstreet | Mike Spridco | Neil Stremmel | Kevin Terry | Pete Tredwell