|Hometown:||East Providence, R.I.|
|High School:||East Providence High School|
SENIOR SEASON (2017-18): Saw action in 45 individual games ... knocked down 8,858 pins for a 196.84 per game average ... earned All-Tournament accolades at the Kutztown Invitational (third team) and Big Red Invite ... registered pinfalls of 1,000+ in three different events ... recorded a total pinfall of 1,074 for a 214.80 average to finish 13th and earn Third-Team All-Tournament nod ... posted a pinfall of 1,095 at the Big Red Invite with an average of 219 per game to finish fifth in the individual standings ... recorded a high game of 298 at the Kutztown Invitational as team bowled an 1,156 in a win over Franklin Pierce University ... ranked 14th in the Southland Bowling League in overall scoring average at 19.796 pins per frame ... posted a 49.9% strike percentage in Baker matches to rank eighth in the SBL ... placed fourth in the league in Baker Double Percentage at 53.44% ... led the SBL with a 49.42% strike percentage by leadoff bowlers in Baker format ... had the 14th best Player Composite Performance Index in the league at 61.58% ... bowled in all three matches of the NCAA Tournament with scores of 196, 216, and 202.
JUNIOR SEASON (2016-17): Appeared in 52 matches as a junior ... registered total pinfall of 10,512 for a 202.15 average ... claimed NTCA Third-Team All-American honors ... earned All-Tournament honors at Big Red Invitational with a pinfall of 1,161 and 232.20 per match average to finish fourth in individual standings ... finished fourth in the NCAA Tournament individual standings with a total pinfall of 1,487 for a 212.40 per game average with a high game of 255 ... bowled in all four matches at Southland Bowling League Tournament and had a high game of 223 in the event ... ranked eighth in regular-season scoring average in all formats in Southland Bowling League with a 20.229 per frame average ... achieved a ranking of sixth in SBL in individual strike percentage during regular season in all formats at 50% ... ranked seventh in regular-season matches in Southland Bowling League in first ball 9+ percentage at 75.4% and was sixth in first ball average with 9.043 pins per frame.
SOPHOMORE SEASON (2015-16): Bowled in 47 games as a sophomore ... averaged 194.47 pins per game and had a total pinfall of 9,140 ... earned all-tournament honors at the Southland Bowling League Championship ... knocked down 1,443 pins in the NCAA Tournament for a 206.1 per game average that placed 15th.
FRESHMAN SEASON (2014-15): Tied for team lead in games bowled at 48 ... had third-best average pinfall on the team with 202.15 ... made the all-tournament team in first collegiate tournament at the Fairleigh Dickinson Jamboree with 2,264 pins, good for ninth place ... became fourth freshman in program history to earn NTCA All-American honors with a Honorable Mention at the conclusion of regular season ... earned a spot on Junior Team USA and finished first among age-eligible bowlers with 6,104 pins and 146 ranking points at the Team USA Trials in Las Vegas, Nev.
HIGH SCHOOL: Providence Senate Junior program's most accomplished athlete of all time … 9-time Ocean State High Average recipient … 10-time Ocean State All-Events scratch champion … led team to four straight Ocean State Travel League Championships as team captain and player-coach … 6-time Junior Gold qualifier … finished 20th at Junior Gold in 2013.
PERSONAL: Born March 30, 1996 ... daughter of Monica Scott and Marty Jones ... majoring in electrical engineering ... parents run the Providence Senate Junior Program ... brothers, Justin and Jalen, are successful bowlers ... mom, Monica, is a USA Junior Olympic Level Two Certified coach and was named as national Coach of the Year by the National Bowling Association (TNBA) ... dad, Marty, is a United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Silver Level Certified Coach, 6-time Bowlers Journal International Top 100 Coach, and a TNBA and USBC national Coach of the Year ... high average of 226, high game of 300, and high series of 811 ... enjoys reading and running.