Bowler Profile 

Steve Kiernan
Career High Game:259MVBs:   4
Fall 2012 Season
Career High Series:   706#1 Power Rankings:   0
Titles Won:0#1 Head-to-Head:   1
Debut:Spring 2006
ToC Champ:0 (0 2nd)
Steve was a member of the 2nd place team Pocket Pounders.

This season he has been the Most Valuable Bowler 0 times and earned 0 #1 Power Ranked bowler and 1 #1 Head-to-Head bowler nods(s).

his latest scores put him in the # position for the week. Overall, he is cumulatively the # Power Ranked bowler in the league this season out of a field of 32 bowlers.

Box scores for Fall 2012

  Opponent Lanes G1 G2 G3 Series Hdcp. Avg.
Week 1 Split It and Hit It 47&48 163 181 204 548 591 182
Week 2 Turkey Hunters 43&44 (182) (182) (182) 546 589 182
Week 3 Mayan Apocalypse 45&46 (182) (182) (182) 546 589 182
Week 4 Ballz Out 43&44 165 173 259 597 640 190
Week 5 FTOP 41&42 162 200 178 540 564 187
Week 6 Bobby Belt and the... 47&48 198 187 213 598 629 190
Week 7 Sexual Chocolate 41&42 (190) (190) (190) 570 594 190
Week 8 FTOP 41&42 235 183 210 628 652 194
Week 9 Split It and Hit It 43&44 (194) (194) (194) 582 596 194
Week 10 Turkey Hunters 45&46 204 198 203 605 619 195
Week 11 Mayan Apocalypse 41&42 145 198 181 524 536 192
Week 12 Ballz Out 45&46 (192) (192) (192) 576 595 192
Week 13 FTOP 47&48 175 175 176 526 545 190
Week 14 Bobby Belt and the... 43&44 (190) (190) (190) 570 594 190
Week 15 Sexual Chocolate 47&48 (190) (190) (190) 570 594 190
Week 16 FTOP 41&42 190 190 190 570 594 190
TOTALS 2957 3005 3134 9096 9521 190

Steve Kiernan made his league debut in the Spring 2006 season.

Having rolled 126 games over the course of 4 seasons in his GutterAlley career, Kiernan carries a lifetime average of 183.

To date, Steve's highest game shot in league was a 259 bowled in Game #3 during Week #4 of the Fall 2012 session and his highest series in league was the 706 he rolled in Week #9 during the Spring 2013 season.

He has been named the Most Valuable Bowler 0 time(s) and the runner-up 4 time(s).

Steve has bowled for:
  -Spring 2013: Dragon Balls   (Avg: N/A)   (My profile for this team)
  -Fall 2012: Pocket Pounders   (Avg: 190)   (My profile for this team)
  -Fall 2007: Dios Mios   (Avg: 174)   (My profile for this team)
  -Spring 2007: T.B.D.   (Avg: 181)   (My profile for this team)
  -Spring 2006: Bowl Movement   (Avg: 180)   (My profile for this team)


Steve has unlocked the following Fall 2012 achievements...

Your highest game during the season, increments of 25. Your highest series during the season, increments of 25. Your current position in the league standings.
Rolled the High Game Scratch at least one week. Rolled the High Series Scratch at least one week. Rolled the High Game Handicap at least one week.
Victory! Your team swept another team. Losers! Your team was swept. Defeated a team scratch, no handicap necessary!
Your team's longest winning streak this season. Your team's longest losing streak this season. Beat Don Glasscock's Fall 2007 scores! Bested Sweep the Leg, Johnny's Fall 2009 scores!
Logged into
Your name appears on a Top 25 list! Voted for the Season Favorites.
Huge incremental drops in-between game scores! Shot well over your average! Increments of 25. Bowled below your average all 3 games in a single week.
You're all paid up for the season!
A listing (from most current to furthest back) of any write-up posts in which Steve has been mentioned:
  • Open Letter from Ken: Pat Searcy for the Hall of Fame... (Sep 9th, 2013) -

  • Spring 2013: And the winner is... (May 22nd, 2013) - The Spring 2013 Fun Night closed out the season with an awards ceremony announcing the winners of the individual achievements, season favorites, and the newest addition to the GutterAlley Hall of Fame...

  • The 11th Frame Week 14, Spring 2013 (May 6th, 2013) -

  • The 11th Frame - Week 9, Spring 2013 (Mar 28th, 2013) -

  • Hes Baaaaaaaaaaaack! (Mar 26th, 2013) - What do you get when you cross Steve Kiernan and a 2+ month absence from the bowling league? Why, a 700+ series...that's what! The impressive output from Steve keeps the team he subbed for firmly in first place while only one team in the league managed to find themselves upward bound in the first week of GutterAlley action after last week's position round. Ready to see how the rest of the league stacked up? Hop to it, then...

  • Fall 2012: And the winner is... (Dec 18th, 2012) - Mr. 300 himself – David Codding – was named this season's inductee into the GutterAlley Hall of Fame, becoming the 7th bowler to enter as the Fall 2012 season officially came to an end Tuesday night. Prize money was handed out to everyone during the semi-annual Fun Night. The winners for the individual achievements as well as the top picks for the season favorites were announced as the gang enjoyed a round of 9-pin tap and the various traditional trick shot challenges.

  • The Walking Ahead (Oct 30th, 2012) - On Devil's Night, mischief took place across the lanes as Week #10 made its way into the record books. Thirteen people raised their averages while the league standings continue to tighten up with the possibility of other teams overtaking the coveted first place spot. Ready to find out how it all went down? Let's go trick or treating, then.

  • Position Round Repositionings (Oct 16th, 2012) - With only two teams staying put, every other team found itself in a new spot on the league standings after the position round. Huge games and series were recorded across the board in what was probably the highest scoring midway point of any season in league history. Even Hall of Famer Scott "Scooter J" Murdock shot his first 600+ series. What in the hell are they putting in the beer on Tuesday nights?!?Ready to get the full recap? You know what to do.

  • Absolute Perfection (Oct 2nd, 2012) - One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Eight. Nine. Ten. Eleven. Twelve. Twelve strikes in a row. David Codding becomes the first person to roll a perfect game on league night. It doesn't get much better than that, folks. Actually, it cannot.

  • Rise of the Mayans (Sep 25th, 2012) - Week #5 saw some domination as three of the four matchups ended in opponents getting swept. Only one matchup was a real roller coaster thanks to an MVB performance from Teresa Deterding that ended in a 2-2 split. Five of the eight teams changed places in the league standings and two bowlers shot lights out to both surpass the highest series thrown this season so far. Hop on into this week's writeup to get the lowdown...

  • Kiernan Takes Over the Crown (Sep 18th, 2012) - When you have eight teams on a roster, you don't expect 75% of them to swap places on a single Tuesday. Well, Week #4 was that week. The highlight of the night, however, was Steve Kiernan throwing a 259 in Game #3 to take over the highest game thrown all season.

  • Three is a Magic Number (Aug 29th, 2012) - The new season. Eight teams. 32 bowlers. Initial week results? 3-1 for four teams, 1-3 for the others. Nothing like consistency to get things started, eh?The highlight of the night, though, was seeing Rob Kaszuba receiving his surprise replacement bowling ball after a mishap over the summer that destroyed his regular ball. Thanks to everyone who pitched in on the gift!

  • Welcome to the Fall 2012 Season! (Aug 22nd, 2012) - The Fall 2012 session of the VML Bowling League kicks off on Tuesday, August 28th. We're returning to 4-man teams vying for the championship title over the course of 16 nights on the lanes. Before we get started, we wanted to welcome our newest recruits and explain what they can expect in the league...

Steve is currently featured on 9 Top 25 lists:

The good...

In addition, teams of which Steve was a member are featured on 3 Top 25 lists:

The good...
The not so good...

Steve's Career Averages By Season (Minimum 12 games required):

Steve's Career Averages (All):

Steve's Lifetime Score Frequency:



Trouble logging in?
Please login above to see
the current standings.

Dana Babler, Aaron Hoyt, Amy Logan and Travis Kleiner

The bowling alley's operating hours are:

Monday:5PM - 12AM
Tuesday:12PM - 12AM
Wednesday:   4PM - 12AM
Thursday:5PM - 12AM
Friday:5PM - 2AM
Saturday:12PM - 2AM
Sunday:12PM - 2AM

Please keep these hours in mind if you need to pre- or post-bowl! Call (816) 221-8844 to schedule your pre/post bowling session!