Class: 5th Year

Major: Sport Management

Minor: Communication

Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada


  • 2022 Junior Team USA
  • 2022 NCBCA Honorable Mention All-American
  • 2022 SWIBC VI All-Tournament Team, 2nd
  • 2021 SWIBC III All-Tournament Team, 5th
  • 2021 SWIBC IV All-Tournament Team, 4th
  • 2021 Jayhawk Collegiate Classic All-Tournament Team, 3rd
  • 2021 Junior Team USA
  • 2020 Junior Team USA
  • 2019 SWIBC II All-Tournament Team, 3rd

2022-2023 Season: Rock competed and started in every event for the Shockers, ending the year averaging 205 for 40 games. Rock qualified for the Intercollegiate Singles Championships and made a run, finishing 6th. At the end of the season, Rock was an integral part of the 2023 National Championship team, his second with the Shockers. He also won the 2022 PBA Houston Emerald Bowl Southwest Regional.

Junior: Rock competed in every event for the Shockers and ended the year averaging 212 over 55 games. He made four All-Tournament teams: Jayhawk Collegiate Classic (3rd), SWIBC III (5th), SWIBC IV (4th) and SWIBC VI (2nd). Rock earned a place on the NCBCA Honorable Mention All American Team at the end of the season. He also took on the leadoff role as the Shockers finished second in the Intercollegiate Team Championships at the end of the year.

Sophomore: In the shortened season, Rock averaged 205 in six events for the Shockers. He cracked the top ten in three separate occasions. At the end of the season in the Intercollegiate Team Championships, Rock was the leadoff as the Shockers brought home the national championship.

Freshman: Rock earned his place on the selected team through tryouts in the fall. He then competed in eight events with the Shockers and averaged 199 over 33 games. He finished third at the SWIBC II event, earning a spot on the All-Tournament Team.

Personal: Rock is the son of Tina and Terrance Rock of Las Vegas, Nev. He graduated from Liberty High School prior to coming to Wichita State. Rock found Wichita State through his coach, former Shocker Jake Peters. At the Junior Gold Championships, he has always finished in the top 30. Due to his finishes at Junior Gold, he has earned a place on Junior Team USA three times, in 2020, 2021 and 2022. Rock owns 18 300 games and six 800 series. Rock won the 2022 PBA Houston Emerald Bowl Southwest Regional.