Home Center: AMF Thruway Lanes (Cheektowaga, NY)
Age 31 - 3/7/1986
Career PBA 300 Games: 11
Personal: Married to Chelsie...Holds degree in construction engineering and project management from Erie Community College…Favorite sport is football…First job was as construction laborer…Favorite musical performer in Eminem…Favorite movie is Ocean’s 11…Favorite TV show is Bones…Bowling hero is Parker Bohn III.
2016: Won PBA Xtra Frame Parkside Lanes Open defeating J.R. Raymond 232-221 in title match for second title of the season and seventh of his career...Won bowlingball.com Maine Shootout for sixth Tour title by defeating Tommy Jones 240-208 in title match...Finished second in Barbasol Players Championship losing to Canadian Graham Fach 279-244 in championship match...Finished second in Xtra Frame Storm Open losing to EJ Tackett in title match 217-210.
Career: In 2015, won U.S. Open by defeating Dom Barrett 236-223 to claim his fourth Tour title and first major...Won WSOB Viper Championship for third win of the season and fifth of his career by defeating Kim Bolleby of Thailand in championship match 237-209 Finished third in Rolltech PBA World Championship losing semifinal match 247-237...Defeated Anthony Pepe 269-211 in title match to win Xtra Frame South Point Open for third title...Finished fourth in 2015 Barbasol Tournament of Champions losing to Sean Rash in second stepladder match 300-214...In 2014 finished second in WBT Thailand losing to Osku Palermaa in championship match 243-224 and finished fifth in USBC Masters losing opening match 227-214...In 2012-13 won WSOB V Chameleon Championship as top qualifier defeating Dom Barrett 258-203 in title match for second career Tour title...Finished second in WSOB V Viper Championship losing to Chris Barnes 230-212 in title match...In 2011-12 finished second in season-ending Tournament of Champions losing to winner Sean Rash in the title match 239-205. Was last chance for a lefthander to win in 2011-12 season marking the first time that a lefthander had not won a title during a Tour season since 1962...Also had second-place finish in Ricart Ford Open for only other TV appearance during the season and finished 10th in PBA World Championship...In 2010-11 season after competing on Tour for four seasons, won first PBA Tour title in One A Day Earl Anthony Memorial...Other TV appearance was third in GEICO Mark Roth Plastic Ball Championship...Had a break-out season in 2009-10 after two previous years of bowling TQRs…Bowled in 17 Tour events, cashed in nine, made match play six times and advanced to championship round four times…Best finishes were seconds in Cheetah Championship (lost best-of-seven-game title match to Norm Duke) and Viper Championship (lost in title match to Rhino Page, 268-246…Finished third in USBC Masters for best career finish in a major…Also tied for third in Go Rving Match Play Championship…Finished third in 2009 PBA Regional Players Invitational to earn his first PBA Tour exemption for 2010-11…Won his first PBA title as a member in PBA East Regional Roto Grip Open in Catskill, N.Y...Owns 11 PBA Regional titles.
|2017 South Region||0||0||0||0||0||0.00||$0.00|
|2017 Southwest Region||1||1||1||0||0||242.38||$850.00|
|2017 Central Region||1||0||0||0||0||203.63||$0.00|
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