Marshall Kent

 

Marshall Kent

Yakima, Wash.

Age 25

PBA Career 300 games: 12

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Joined
2014
Titles*
4
Career Earnings
$349,188.00

2018: Finished third in Roth-Holman Doubles Championship with EJ Tackett...Finished third in Barbasol PBA Players Championship losing to Tom Smallwood 225-224 in semifinal match...Finished second in Go Bowling! 60th Anniversary Classic losing to Jakob Butturff 254-144 in title match...Finished fifth in season-opening DHC Japan Invitational losing to Anthony Simonsen 248-244 in opening stepladder match.

Career: In 2017 won Grand Casino Hotel & Resort PBA Oklahoma Open for fourth career title and second of the season. Defeated Chris Barnes 194-188 in title match for first win on national television...Won Xtra Frame Lubbock Sports Open for third PBA Tour title by defeating EJ Tackett in title match 233-194...Finished second in MainQuarterly.com Roth/Holman Doubles with partner EJ Tackett losing in championship match to Kyle Troup and Jesper Svensson 279-195...Finished fourth in PBA Shark Championship...In 2016 won second Tour title as member of Merica Rooster Illusion team that won PBA Team Challenge...Finished fifth in Kingdom of Bahrain Open and ninth in USBC Masters...As top qualifier finished second in U.S. Open losing to Francois Lavoie 228-194 in title match...In 2015 Finished eighth in Bahrain International Open. Finished second in PBA Wolf Open losing to Kyle Troup 215-195 in championship match. Finished ninth in U.S. Open. Finished tied for third with Thomas Larsen in Qatar Open losing winner Cameron Weier in semifinal two-game match 542-516...Earned 2014 Harry Golden Rookie of the Year honors...Won 2014 Saudi Arabia Kingdom International Open for first PBA Tour title. Defeated No. 4 qualifier Mike Fagan 243-237 to advance to the championship match. Defeated Martin Larsen 257-206 in championship match...Finished fourth in Badger Open losing to Brian Valenta in second stepladder match 236-165…Finished fourth in 2013 U.S. Open as an amateur losing to eventual winner Wes Malott 200-193 in opening match…Owns five PBA regional titles...Bowling as an amateur in 2013 Scorpion Championship, finished second to winner Tom Smallwood in championship match 216-213.

Career Statistics

Season* Events Cashes Match Play CRA Titles Avg Earnings
2018 Go Bowling! PBA Tour 8 7 5 3 0 223.81 $55,182.50
2017 21 17 9 3 2 221.53 $114,280.00
2016 28 18 7 1 1 219.29 $77,670.00
2015 23 16 8 1 0 218.04 $56,792.50
2014 13 9 3 1 1 217.03 $32,528.00
2012-2013 6 3 2 1 0 215.18 $12,735.00

*Note: Statistics will be updated for each tournament after it airs on television. Click here for the PBA Tour TV schedule.

Titles and Achievements

PBA standard titles: (4)

2014 - Saudi Arabia
2016 - PBA Team Challenge, Las Vegas
2017 - Lubbock, Texas, Shawnee, Okla.

Other Awards:
2014 Harry Golden Rookie of the Year.

Other Achievements:
Finished second in 2018 WBT men's finals losing to Jason Belmonte 10-8 in sudden-death roll-off after tying at 267 in title match...Won 2017 World Bowling Championships team gold medal...Finished third in 2017 World Bowling Tour Finals...Won 2016 men's Team USA Trials to earn fifth consecutive Team USA berth...Earned seventh straight Team USA berth in 2018...Won 2016 PABCON men's Masters gold medal and teamed with Ronnie Russell to win doubles silver medal...Earned trios, all events gold, team silver and doubles bronze in 2015 PABCON Championships...Five-time member of Team USA…Two-time Collegiate Player of the Year (2011-12 and 2012-13)
bowling for Robert Morris-Illinois College…Won 2013 Brunswick Euro Challenge…2011-12 Collegiate Rookie of the Year…Won team gold medal and trios silver medal in 2012 PABCON Championships…Finished second in 2012 QubicaAMF World Cup…Won two gold medals in singles and team and two silver medals doubles and all events and bronze medal in 2012 World Youth Championships…Won gold medal in trios and silver medal in team in 2011 PABCON Youth Championships…2012 Russian Open Champion...Won trios silver medal with Mike Fagan, Sean Rash and Marshall Kent in 2014 WBA Men's World Championships in Abu Dhabi.

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