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- 2011-12 Chris Schenkel PBA Player of the Year | Past Winners
- 2011-12 Harry Golden Rookie of the Year
- 2011-12 Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award
- 2012 Senior Rookie of the Year | Past Winners
- 2012 Dick Weber Sportsman of the Year | Past Winners
- 2011-12 Regional Tour Awards | Past Winners
- 2012 Senior Player of the Year | Past Winners
Geoff Reiss - CEO
Reiss joined the PBA as Vice Chairman in March 2011 after previously holding several positions at ESPN, was CEO at Associated Content, and was Senior Vice President/General Manager of Newsweek's digital division. While at ESPN, Reiss managed the launch of ESPN.com, NFL.com, NBA.com, and NASCAR Online.
He also was Senior Vice President/General Manager of ESPN the Magazine, and managed ESPN's relationships with Electronic Arts, Microsoft, and The Tribeca Film Festival. He developed and acquired the Peabody Award-winning Dan Klores documentary Black Magic. He started his media career at Spy magazine.
Reiss was born in Manhattan, N.Y., and grew up in Huntington where he bowled as a youth at the now-defunct Century Lanes. He is a graduate of Stony Brook University with a degree in political science. He currently resides in Westchester County, N.Y., with his wife Anna and two teenage sons.
Tom Clark - PBA Commissioner
Tom Clark became the PBA’s Vice President and COO on March, 28, 2008, after serving as the Vice President of Marketing and Communications for the United States Bowling Congress. Clark, who was promoted to Deputy Commissioner in 2009, then PBA Commissioner in 2011.
Prior to his position as Vice President for the USBC, Clark was the organization’s director of communications from April 2005 until July 2006. Clark came to USBC headquarters after a successful career in journalism. From 2000-2005 he was a sports assignment editor for USA Today, the nation’s highest-circulated newspaper. At USA Today, Clark directed the golf and tennis coverage, assisted on NBA and NFL coverage and was the lead editor five consecutive years on the national-award winning USA Today Super Bowl Bonus Section.
Prior to USA Today, Clark worked in the Media General newspaper chain as the executive editor of the Hickory (N.C.) Daily Record (1999-2000); managing editor of the Manassas (Va.) Journal Messenger (1997-1999), and sports editor of the Potomac (Woodbridge, Va.) News (1995-1997). He was a contributing sports writer for the Syracuse (N.Y.) Herald Journal from 1988-1992. From 1992-1995, Clark owned and operated the Syracuse Sporting Times, a bi-weekly magazine.
Clark has won numerous national and state journalism awards including Best Feature Story in 1995 and Best Page Design in 1996 by the Associated Press Sports Editors and the 1998 Virginia Press Association Sweepstakes for best newspaper in its circulation category. Clark graduated from Buffalo State College in 1992 with a degree in journalism. He bowled collegiately for four years at Buffalo State, winning the east region Association of College Unions International title in 1990 and advancing to the national singles championship in Reno, Nev. Clark was named Bowlers Journal International magazine’s “Person of the Year” in the bowling industry for 2005 for his efforts in bringing publicity to the game.
Clark also has been honored by the bowling industry as winner of the Billiard and Bowling Institute of America Industry Service Award (2008) and the USBC Joyce Deitch Trailblazer Award (2009).
Clark, a native of Syracuse, N.Y., resides in Muskego, Wis., with his wife Kelli and two children.
Kirk von Krueger - Deputy Commissioner
Kirk von Krueger became PBA Deputy Commissioner on Nov. 1, 2011 after 16 years of experience with the organization in several tournament administration positions.
A former PBA member and Tour player, von Krueger joined the organization in 1982 and was a regular on the regional circuit where he won six titles and was a former Western Region Player of the Year. He competed on the PBA Tour from 1992-95 where had a best finish of third.
In 1995, he joined PBA as Assistant Tournament Director and a year later became Tournament Director. In 2002, he became Director of the PBA Tour and was later promoted to the position of Vice President and Director of PBA Tours in 2009.
Von Krueger served in the Navy from 1971-92 as an air traffic controller. In 1975 he was the all-Navy Bowling Champion.
He and wife Mary have four grown children. They reside in the Pensacola, Fla., area.