Anthony Chapman started bowling at age 12, but he began to concentrate more on his bowling skills following a football injury to his left arm that ended his career as the quarterback for DeMatha High School. Since that time, he has accomplished a great deal as a bowler:

Anthony, a member of the Greater Washington Bowling Senate Hall of Fame, won the Nation’s Capital Area Masters scratch event five times, has rolled 22 perfect games and 14 800 series (with a high of 836), and he carried the highest individual average for regular team members in the NCABA the past two seasons, averaging 238 in the RTR league at Rinaldi’s Riverdale Bowl for 69 games in 2002-2003 and 238 for 67 games in 2003-2004.

Anthony Chapman has demonstrated excellence on the lanes locally, nationally, and around the world. He is an outstanding addition to the NCABA Hall of Fame.

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