HOF – Dean Moosman*


1992 – Superior Performance — Amateur
Dean Moosman

Dean Moosman was an outstanding bowler in Toledo for 32 years. He has been proprietor for Varsity Lanes in Bowling Green for 15 years and is still winning titles.

Dean won seven Bowling Green city titles from 1978 to 1990 and held the city high average for seven years. His highest league average was 225 in 1975-76 season and he has bowled several 300 games with many 700 series.

Dean won eight city titles in the Toledo B.A. and carried a 202 lifetime average in the Toledo Blade traveling League over 29 years.

In 1977 Dean bowled on the nation’s second highest scoring team with a 741 series of the 3660 total score.

Dean has won numerous state and national titles. A few were: the prestigious Ohio State Majors Tournament in 1970 and 1972, Ohio State match game team title in 1975 and singles title in 1976. He has two national Elks titles and the Haggerty Classic scratch singles title with 1257 for five games, the fourth highest series in the tournament history.

In the A.B.C. tournaments he carried a composite average of 198 over 26 years and was in the top 20 for 10 years. He was named the Ohio State Majors All-Star Team in 1970 and 1971.

Dean was inducted into the Toledo Hall of Fame in 1978 and Bowling Green Hall of Fame in 1992.

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