Bill O'Neill

Langhorne, PA

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Levittown Lanes (Levittown, PA)
Age 33 - 10/21/1981

Bowls Joined Titles* Tour Earnings Total Earnings
2005 6 $698,747.00 $698,747.00
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*Note: Statistics will be updated for each tournament after it airs on television. Click here for the PBA Tour TV schedule.

Career PBA 300 Games: 21

Personal: Married to Christi...Four-time first team All-American at Saginaw Valley State University... Six-time member of Team USA including 2014...Three-time Bowling Writers Association of America Collegiate Bowler of the Year (2001, ’03, ‘04)…National Collegiate Bowling Coaches Association Most Valuable Player in 2002-03 and 2003-04…Nickname is "The Real Deal"...Gold medal winner in all-events, trios, team and Masters bronze in 2011 PABCON Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico...Became first non-Finnish winner of Ballmaster Open in Helsinki in 2012...Won 2012 PABCON Championships gold medals in doubles, five-player team and individual all-events silver in trios and a bronze in the Masters finale...Won gold (singles), silver (team) and bronze (trios) in 2013 WBA World Bowling Championships...Won team silver (with Mike Fagan, Chris Barnes, Sean Rash and Tommy Jones) in 2014 WBA Men's World Bowling Championships in Abu Dhabi.

2014: Won Badger Open for fifth career PBA Tour title by defeating Brian Valenta in 243-235... Finished third in Bear Open losing to eventual winner Ronnie Russell 215-212 in semifinal match...Finished third in Emir Cup in Doha, Qatar losing to New Hui Fen of Singaport in semifinal two-game match 489-387...While not a PBA title, won Summer Swing King of the Swing special event by defeating Sean Rash 245-181 in championship match.

Career: In 2012-13 won his fourth Tour title in the Alka Seltzer Plus Cold Cheetah Championship for fourth career title by sweeping all three stepladder matches that included a 243-192 win over Mike Wolfe in the championship match. Finished second in Lucas Oil Wolf Open losing to Chris Loschetter 264-231 in championship match...Won third career title in Pepsi Viper Championship in 2010-11...Had a breakout season in 2009-10 season with the first two Tour titles after six seasons on Tour…Won the Chameleon Championship and his first major, the Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open…Was second to Walter Ray Williams Jr. in earnings with a career-high $147,275…Tied Williams in PBA Player of the Year points race, but lost tie-breaker in overall Tour points…Made five television appearances which also included two thirds and a fourth…Named the 2005-06 PBA Rookie of the Year…Finished sixth as an amateur in the 62nd U.S. Open; became a PBA member the next week…Finished 10th in the 2005 PBA Tour Trials to earn the final exemption for the 2005-06 season and his first PBA Tour exemption…Owns 12 PBA Regional titles.

Career Standard Titles (4): 2009-10 - Allen Park, Mich. (Chameleon Championship); 2010-11, Las Vegas (Viper Championship); 2012-13 - Las Vegas (Cheetah Championship); 2014 - Badger Open, Shawnee, Okla.

Career Major Titles (1): 2009-10 – Lumber Liquidators U.S. Open, Indianapolis.

Awards: PBA Rookie of the Year (2005-06).

Video Highlights:

Season* Events Cashes Match Play TV Finals Titles Avg Earnings
2014 Season 18 14 6 4 2 221.74 $85,996.00
2012-2013 Season 25 20 9 3 1 223.99 $79,461.00
2011-2012 Season 13 11 7 2 0 225.85 $39,510.00
2010-2011 Season 12 12 9 4 1 220.24 $97,290.00
2009-2010 Season 19 18 10 5 2 219.21 $147,275.00
2008-2009 Season 20 20 18 7 0 222.96 $91,680.00
2007-2008 Season 19 19 13 1 0 216.92 $46,275.00
2006-2007 Season 19 19 12 1 0 219.56 $48,180.00
2005-2006 Season 20 18 11 1 0 215.06 $61,080.00
2004-2005 3 1 0 0 0 204.80 $2,000.00
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