Home Center: Brunswick Zone Mesa (Mesa, AZ)
Career PBA 300 Games: 12
Personal: Wife Aimee...Has two children...Collegiate star with Wichita State University and California State - Fresno…Four-time Collegiate All-American (2005-2007 CSU-Fresno, 2008-2010 Wichita State)…Two-time Intercollegiate Team Championships winner (2009, 2010)…Sat out 2007-08 season due to transfer from CSU-Fresno to Wichita State…Owns four Collegiate individual titles (2009 Las Vegas Invitational and Kegel Collegiate Classic, 2006 Collegiate Shootout and Camarillo Tournament).
2019: Finished fourth in PBA Tournament of Champions losing to EJ Tackett 264-236 in second stepladder match...Finished tied for 17th in PBA Playoffs.
Career: In 2018 had best finish of seventh in FloBowling Tulsa Open...In 2017 Won Xtra Frame Reality Check Classic for third career Tour title by defeating AJ Johnson in title match 232-204...Earned 2015 Steve Nagy Sportsmanship Award...Won 2015 Brunswick Euro Challenge for first PBA Tour title by defeating Sin Li Jane of Malaysia 248-211 in championship match. Just nine days later won his second title in the Maine Shootout by defeating Jason Belmonte in three-game championship match 2-1...In 2012-13 finished third in WSOB V Scorpion Championship losing to eventual winner Tom Smallwood in semifinal match 232-232 and after a five-frame sudden death roll-off, the longest in PBA Tour history...Also finished second in Lucas Oil Badger Open which is also his career best finish to date. Lost in championship match to Jake Peters 245-212...The 2011-12 Rookie of the Year gained notoriety by taking a spill on ESPN telecast of Mike Aulby Division final of World Series of Bowling where he finished 16th…Rebounded to record four top-10 finishes during the season which included a season’s best third in Cheetah Open, sixth in Detroit Open seventh in Shark Open and 10th in U.S. Open…Owns 10 PBA regional titles.
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