AMF Babylon Lanes (West Babylon, NY)
Age 32 - 11/4/1980
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Career PBA 300 Games: 15
Personal: Pronounced FAY-gen…Likes to spend time at the beach and occasionally play poker…Formerly from Patchogue, N.Y., now making his home in Dallas...Lists his toughest opponent as Chris Barnes…Two-time member of Team USA including 2011...Won team gold, trios silver and singles bronze in 2011 PABCON Championships in Guadalajara, Mexico...Won fifth Europeon Bowling Tour title in Munich, Germany in 2012...If he wasn't a professional bowler, he'd be a financial advisor…Favorite CD is “Late Registration” by Kanye West.
2012-13: Finished third in Bayer Advanced Aspirin World Bowling Tour Men's Final, in first event of 2012 GEICO PBA World Series of Bowling, losing to Chris Barnes in semifinal match, 258-244...Finshed fourth in Viper Champion losing to Mika Koivuniemi in opening TV match, 214-150.
Career: Owns four Tour titles...Won second career and first individual title by capturing the Dick Weber Open in Fountain Valley, Calif. in 2009-10 season…Had two other television appearances including second in Shark Championship and third in DyDo Japan Cup…First title was PBA Exempt Doubles Classic in 2007-08 with Danny Wiseman …Win came in his 108th career event…Finished third in the 63rd U.S. Open in 2006, his best career finish in a major …Had a career-high four 300 games during the 2007-08 season, tied for second on Tour...Owns one PBA Regional title...Staged a 30-pin comeback to win his first career major by winning the 2012 Alka-Seltzer Plus Liquid Gels USBC Masters defeating Chris Barnes 246-213 in championship match. Win was his third PBA Tour title...In 2012 won Brunswick Euro Challenge by defeating Johkinen Joonas of Finland 279-193 in championship match for fourth Tour title. Finished second in U.S. Open losing to Pete Weber in title match 215-214. Finished fourth in season-ending Tournament of Champions.
Career Standard Titles (3): 2007-08 – Doubles (with Danny Wiseman), Las Vegas, Nev.; 2009-10 - Dick Weber Open, Fountain Valley, Calif.; 2011-12 - Brunswick Euro Challenge, Saint Maximin, France.
Career Major Titles (1): 2011-12 - USBC Masters, Las Vegas.
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