San Bruno, Calif.
Age 42 - 10/24/1973
Career PBA 300 Games: 20
Personal: Tony Edward Reyes… Resides in San Bruno, Calif… Graduated from San Jose State University in 1998 with a degree in radio, television and film… Was on the San Jose State bowling team from 1992-95 and was named First Team All-America in 1993 and '95… Favorite sports teams include Oakland Raiders, San Francisco Giants and University of Michigan (in basketball and football)… Likes to play golf, travel, spend time with friends and play with his dog, a Shiba Inu named Oscar… Favorite TV show is SportsCenter.
Career: Owns one PBA Tour title after going winless in his first 144 career events… Fired the 18th nationally televised 300 game in Tour history in the semifinals of the 2006 Motor City Classic against Parker Bohn III went on to win the title with a 255-238 win over Wes Malott… He became just the third bowler in history to shoot 300 on TV en route to his first career title (Bob Benoit, 1988 C.K. Moore, 1996)… Is 10-11 in 12 career TV singles appearances with a 217.48 average… Owns five PBA Regional Tour titles, and has earned $70,083 in regional winnings… Has $477,497 in total PBA winnings.
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