Mexico Man Named New Head Bowling Coach at Central Methodist University
A Mexico man is taking the reins of the Central Methodist University bowling program.
Kevin Duncan is CMU’s new head coach.
The 55-year-old Duncan is an Edward Jones advisor in Mexico and has over 40 years of bowling experience.
He joined the Professional Bowlers Association in 2003, with a list of Top 100-place finishes in various open events.
He is also the owner of a pro shop in Mexico and has fifty-four 300 games to his credit.
Brett Fuemeler from Salisbury will serve as Kevin’s assistant coach.
Duncan and Fuemeler have been friends for a while and are already working on various aspects of the program, like scheduling, equipment and recruiting.
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