Home Center: Beltline Lanes (Columbia, SC)
Career PBA 300 Games: 25
Personal: Resides in Columbia, S.C., with his wife Sarah and three children, Piper, Arabella and Declain…Cited fatherhood as reason for changing first name to Dick from Ritchie...Began bowling when he was six years old his step-father managed a bowling center in his hometown, and his mom is a bowler.
2018: Won Port Property Management Xtra Frame Open for fifth career title by defeating John Furey 269-226 and 247-235 in best-of-three championship match...Was member of Silver Lake Atom Splitters team that won PBA League Elias Cup.
Career: In 2017 won Xtra Frame Chesapeake Open for first title in six years by defeating Ryan Ciminelli 205-176 in title match. Finished third in MainQuarterly.com Roth/Holman Doubles with partner Zeke Bayt losing in semifinal match to Marshall Kent and EJ Trackett 248-228...In 2016 had best finish of ninth in Chameleon Championship...In 2015 Finished fourth in Xtra Frame Iowa Midwest Open losing to A.J. Johnson 231-209 in opening stepladder match...Was member of Bass Pro Shops Silver Lake Atom Splitters team that successfully defended its PBA League Elias Cup title...In 2014 finished fourth in PBA Bear Open losing to eventual winner Ronnie Russell in second stepladder match 195-192. Was best Tour finish since winning Dick Weber Playoffs in 2010-11 season...Won third PBA Tour title in season-ending (2010-11) Dick Weber Playoffs…Won his first title by going 2-0 in the finals of the 2002 Dallas Open, defeating Rick Steelsmith in the title match, 245-237…The Dallas win made him the 75th bowler in Tour history to win a title in his first television appearance…Second title came in the 2006 Motel 6 Phoenix Classic…Owns 21 PBA regional titles.
|2018 Go Bowling! PBA Tour||10||5||2||0||1||215.72||$36,905.00|
*Note: Statistics will be updated for each tournament after it airs on television. Click here for the PBA Tour TV schedule.