Home Center: LeFevre's Family Bowl (Saginaw, MI)
Career PBA 300 Games: 9
Personal: Resides in Saginaw with wife Jennifer and daughter Hannah Rose…Hobbies are golf and hunting…First job was working at a Blockbuster Video store…Favorite music performer is Blake Shelton…Favorite movie is Happy Gilmore...Won 2002 Andy Varipapa Tournament in Long Island, N.Y.
Career: In 2019 finished fourth in PBA Gene Carter's Pro Shop Open losing to eventual winner Ryan Ciminelli 224-214 in opening stepladder match... Finished seventh in 2019 PBA World Championship...In 2018 won Barbasol PBA Players Championship by beating Jason Belmonte in championship match 259-239 in title match for second major and third career tour title. Was member of Sysco Philadelphia Hitmen team that finished second in Oceanview at Falmouth PBA League Elias Cup Finals. Earned second Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award winner...In 2017, finished fourth in FireLake PBA Tournament of Champions losing to Dom Barrett in second stepladder match, 235-202. Finished fourth in PBA Chameleon Championship. Finished eighth in Oklahoma Open...In 2016 finished second in PBA World Championship losing to EJ Tackett 246-180 in title match. Earned Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award...Had best finishes of eighth and 13th in 2015...In 2014 had best finish of fourth in USBC Masters...In 2012-13 won WSOB V Scorpion Championship for second career title defeating amateur Marshall Kent in title match 221-216. Won semifinal match tying Josh Blanchard 232-232 and surviving five-frame sudden death roll-off, the longest in Tour history...Made third consecutive TV appearance in WSOB V by finishing fifth in PBA World Championship. Lost to Pete Weber in opening match 258-237...In 2011-12 season finished second to Osku Palermaa in Kuwait Open, the first international event to award a PBA title under new PBA/WTBA alliance. He was defeated 267-232 and 268-226 in two-game stepladder final match...In 2010-11 season finished second to Mika Koivuniemi in 2011 Tournament of Champions (269-207)and earned $100,000. Had two other television appearances--fourth place finishes in GEICO Shark Championship and Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championship...Won 2009 PBA World Championship for first Tour title, defeating 2008-09 Player of the Year Wes Malott, 244-228, in championship match. “Storybook win” resulted in enormous national media attention including a feature in Sports Illustrated, network television exposure and major national newspaper features…Had two other television appearances including third-place in Scorpion Championship, and fifth place in Don and Paula Carter Mixed Doubles with partner Jodi Woessner...Finished third in 2009 PBA Tour Trials to earn first Tour exemption. Decided to try for Tour exemption after being laid off from job with General Motors...Owns five PBA regional titles.
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