Greg Goetz, a native of Washington, D.C., has been one of the Nation's Capital Area Bowling Association's premier bowlers for over 20 years. A partial list of Greg's accomplishments:Back to Hall of Fame
- Two PBA regional titles, including the first by an area bowler.
- Member of a Top 10 ABC Tournament team three times, including a second place finish at Niagara Falls in 1983.
- Made the ABC Tournament 10-year average list for five years.
- Three sanctioned 300 games (one in a PBA event) and two series of 817.
- PBA representative for the Eastern Region for six years (1985-1990).
- A five-time NCABA Top 10-ranked bowler.
- Frequent finalist in the MWBPA Invitational Tournament, including a second-place finish.
- Member of the University of Pittsburgh bowling team that went to the national collegiate championships.
- Winner of two local Don May Tournament titles-one scratch and one handicap.
- Member of the 1982 Virginia State All-Star Team.
- Regular finalist and a champion in the Virginia All-Star Scratch Tournaments held monthly in the 1970s and early 1980s.
- 1983 BOWL Magazine Tournament scratch doubles champion (with Roger Cooper).
Greg Goetz's excellent bowling credentials make him an outstanding and well-deserved addition to the NCABA Hall of Fame.