Simonsen Wins PBA Players Championship to Become Youngest to Win Two PBA Major Titles

by Jerry Schneider February 17, 2019 14:27

COLUMBUS, Ohio  – Anthony Simonsen, a 22-year-old two-hander from Little Elm, Texas, won the PBA Players Championship Sunday to become the youngest player to win two PBA major titles while denying Australia’s Jason Belmonte a record 11th career major crown.

In a battle between two players who use a two-handed delivery, Simonsen, the No. 2 qualifier for the stepladder finals, beat Belmonte, the top qualifier, 232-212 in the title match at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

The 35-year-old Belmonte, who was also trying for his second consecutive major title after winning last week’s PBA Tournament of Champions, held a three-pin lead in the fifth frame of the title match when Simonsen left a 4-6-7-9-10 split after being distracted by a cell phone. Both players then threw strikes from the sixth through the ninth frames but Belmonte left the door open for Simonsen when he left a pocket 7-10 split on the first shot of the 10th frame.

CF6Q7453 (1)“I had to reset after I heard the cell phone but it really just came down to a bad shot,” said Simonsen about his first ball in the fifth frame. “I was still confident I could refocus, get back to throwing good shots and execute the way I needed to.

“I was fortunate to get the momentum back and be able to keep the pressure on Jason,” added Simonsen. “I had the feeling that if he didn’t strike at some point, I could take advantage of the opportunity.”

PBA Hall of Famer Billy Hardwick held the previous record for youngest to win two majors when he won the 1965 Tournament of Champions for his second major at 23 years and 259 days.

Simonsen, whose Players Championship win was his sixth career tour title, became the youngest player to win a PBA Tour major when he won the 2016 USBC Masters at age 19.

“To have a second major at this point in my career, I’m speechless,” Simonsen said. “Jason is the guy everyone is gunning for and as a fellow two-hand player, he’s an inspiration.”

Belmo reactionFor Belmonte, who was also trying for a 20th career title, the 7-10 in the 10th frame was his second of the match after also leaving one in the fourth frame.

“I threw the ball the way I wanted to,” said the four-time PBA Player of the Year. “This game has its good breaks and bad breaks and they just didn’t go my way this time.”

Belmonte won last week’s Tournament of Champions for his 10th major title to tie Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony for first on the all-time majors list.

A win for Belmonte would have also made him the first to win three Players Championship titles. He won in 2011 and 2017 and joins Dave Ferraro, Dennis Horan Jr. and Steve Hoskins as two-time winners of the event.

The stepladder finals started with two-hander and three-time tour winner Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., beating EJ Tackett of Bluffton, Ind., who was trying for his third major and 13th career tour title, 255-245.

Troup then threw three strikes in the 10th frame of the second match to beat two-time tour winner and No. 3 qualifier DJ Archer of Spring, Texas, 194-193, to advance to the semifinal against Simonsen. Simonsen dominated the semifinal, beating Troup 259-202 to advance to the title match against Belmonte.

The 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour travels to Woodland Bowl in Indianapolis for the Go Bowling! Indianapolis Open Feb. 19-24. The $1 million title match bonus will again be in effect if a player can bowl a 300 game in the title match of the stepladder finals which will be televised live on FS1 Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. ET.

PBA PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP
Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, Sunday

Final Standings:

1, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, $50,000.

2, Jason Belmonte, Australia, $25,000.

3, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., $13,000.

4, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, $11,000.

5, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., $10,000.

Playoff Results:

Match One: Troup def. Tackett, 255-245.

Match Two: Troup def. Archer, 194-193.

Semifinal: Simonsen def. Troup, 259-202.

Championship: Simonsen def. Belmonte, 232-212.

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Belmonte Will Try for Record 11th PBA Major Title as Top Seed For PBA Players Championship Finals

by Jerry Schneider February 15, 2019 20:14

COLUMBUS, Ohio – For the second consecutive week, Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte will have the opportunity to make bowling history as he tries for a record 11th PBA major title from the top seed of the PBA Players Championship stepladder finals.     

The 35-year-old Belmonte earned the top seed for Sunday’s finals after finishing Friday’s final match play round at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl with a 17-7 overall match play record and 10,183 42-game pinfall total.  

The finals will air live on FS1 Sunday at 1 p.m. ET and will carry with it a $1 million bonus if Belmonte or his opponent can bowl a 300 game in the title match.

Belmonte, who averaged 230 and led all six rounds of the tournament, won last week’s PBA Tournament of Champions for his 10th major to tie Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony on the all-time PBA majors list.

A win in the Players Championship would also make Belmonte the event’s first three-time winner. The four-time PBA Player of the Year who won the event in 2011 and 2017, is currently tied with Dave Ferraro, Dennis Horan and Steve Hoskins with two Players Championship titles.

“I really feel like I know where the ball is going every single frame,” said Belmonte, who earned his third consecutive top seed in the Players Championship. “These past couple weeks are probably some of the best weeks I’ve ever bowled in my life. It’s really nice when you feel like you are physically executing and the pins are also falling.”

“I’d love to get 11 now, just get it out of the way and done, and that’s exactly what my game plan is going to be,” the 19-time tour winner added. “I want to come out, throw the exact same shots I’ve been throwing all week and hopefully I’ll raise the crown again.”

Belmonte is one of three players who uses the unique two-handed delivery to make the finals.

Coming all the way from 21st heading into Thursday’s first match play round, two-hander Anthony Simonsen of Little Elm, Texas, posted a 17-6-1 record and finished with a 10,014 pinfall to earn the No. 2 seed for the finals.

The 22-year-old Simonsen, who became the youngest player to win a major when he won the 2016 USBC Masters at age 19, is trying for his second major and sixth career title.

Another Texan, two-time tour winner DJ Archer of Spring, Texas, who is trying for his first major, compiled an 18-5-1 match play record and 9,763 pinfall to qualify third for the finals.

EJ Tackett, of Bluffton, Ind., will try for his third major and 13th career tour title from the No. 4 seed after finishing with a 15-9 record and 9,744 pinfall.

Tackett finished second in last week’s Tournament of Champions, losing to Belmonte 225-196 in the title match.

Kyle Troup of Taylorsville, N.C., the third two-hander to make the finals field, qualified fifth for the finals with a 12-12 match play record and 9,736 pinfall.

In sixth heading into the final position round match, Troup, a three-time tour winner, earned his way into the finals with a 246-192 win over 2018 Players Championship winner Tom Smallwood of Saginaw, Mich., who ended up finishing seventh.

PBA PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, Friday

SIXTH ROUND RESULTS (after 42 games. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins. Top five players advance to Sunday’s stepladder finals on FS1)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 17-7, 10,183.
2, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, 17-6-1, 10,014.
3, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, 18-5-1, 9,763.
4, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 15-9, 9,744.
5, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 12-12, 9,736.
6, Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 17-7, 9,703, $7,000.
7, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 13-10-1, 9,665, $6,000.
8, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 11-12-1, 9,613, $5,000.
9, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 10-13-1, 9,571, $4,500.
10, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 13-11, 9,568, $4,200.
11, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 14-9-1, 9,522, $4,000.
12, Zachary Wilkins, Canada, 13-11, 9,507, $3,800.
13, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 12-12, 9,481, $3,600.
14, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 13-11, 9,457, $3,500.
15, Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., 11-12-1, 9,453, 3,400.
16, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 11-13, 9,447, $3,300.
17, Stuart Williams, England, 13-10-1, 9,383, $3,200.
18, AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, 7-16-1, 9,331, $3,200.
19, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 10-14, 9,140, $3,100.
20, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 7-17, 9,059, $3,000.
21, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 10-14, 9,030, $2,900.
22, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 5-18-1, 8,957, $2,800.
23, Kristopher Prather, Plainfield, Ill., 7-17, 8,926, $2,700.
24, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 7-17, 8,637, $2,600.

300 games – Kyle Troup

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Belmonte Has Commanding Lead Heading Into PBA Players Championship Final Match Play Round

by Jerry Schneider February 15, 2019 12:09

Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte went 8-0 in Friday’s first match play round to extend his lead in the PBA Players Championship heading into tonight’s final round that will determine the top five for Sunday’s live stepladder finals at 1 p.m. ET on FS1.

Belmonte, who is trying for a PBA record 11th major and 20th career tour title, takes a 13-3 overall record and 8,244 34-game pinfall into tonight’s final round.

Belmonte won with games of 245, 268, 227, 197, 247, 217, 235 and 244.

Trailing Belmonte by 215 pins with a 12-3-1 record (including 7-1 today) and 8,029 pinfall is another two-handed standout Anthony Simonsen.

Simonsen, who became the youngest player to win a major when he won the 2016 USBC Masters at age 19, is trying for his second major title and sixth career title.

Two-time tour winner DJ Archer also put together an 8-0 record early Friday to move into third with a 7,872 pinfall. Archer has a 13-2-1 record after two rounds of match play.

Defending champion Tom Smallwood holds down the fourth spot with a 9-6-1 overall match play record and 7,835 pinfall.

Smallwood defeated Belmonte 259-239 in the title match of last year’s Players Championship at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl for his second major and third career tour title.

In fifth is another two-hander, three-time tour winner Kyle Troup, who has a 9-7 record and 7,804 pinfall.

Tonight’s final match play round gets underway at 6 p.m. ET.

PBA PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, Friday

FIFTH ROUND RESULTS (after 34 games. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins. All players return for Friday’s final match play round)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 13-3-0, 8,244.
2, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, 12-3-1, 8,029.
3, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, 13-2-1, 7,872.
4, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 9-6-1, 7,835.
5, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 9-7-0, 7,804.
6, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 9-7-0, 7,796.
7, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 10-6-0, 7,791.
8, Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 12-4-0, 7,756.
9, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 7-8-1, 7,710.
10, Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., 7-8-1, 7,664.
11, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 8-8-0, 7,639.
12, AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, 5-10-1, 7,632.
13, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 8-8-0, 7,623.
14, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 8-8-0, 7,618.
15, Stuart Williams, England, 8-7-1, 7,559, $100.
16, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 6-10-0, 7,512.
17, Zacharay Wilkins, Canada, 7-9-0, 7,497.
18, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 7-9-0, 7,458.
19, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 6-10-0, 7,456.
20, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 7-9-0, 7,326.
21, Kristopher Prather, Plainfield, Ill., 5-11-0, 7,287.
22, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 3-12-1, 7,279.
23, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 4-12-0, 7,238.
24, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 5-11-0, 7,129.

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Belmonte Recovers From Slow Start in First Match Play Round to Regain Lead in PBA Players Championship

by Jerry Schneider February 14, 2019 19:41

COLUMBUS, Ohio  – After losing his first two matches and falling as far down as seventh, Australia’s Jason Belmonte finished strong by posting a 5-3 record to regain his lead after the first match play round of the PBA Players Championship Thursday at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

Trying for a record 11th PBA major title, Belmonte finished the day with a 6,124 26-game pinfall total, which includes 30 bonus pins for each match win, to hold a 127-pin lead over defending champion Tom Smallwood of Saginaw, Mich., in second who had a 6-2 match play record and 5,997 pinfall.

Smallwood beat Belmonte 259-239 in the title match of the 2018 Players Championship for his second major and third career tour title.

Belmonte, who won the PBA Tournament of Champions last Sunday for his 10th major to tie Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony for first on the all-time list, won with games of 257, 225, 268, 289 and 249 and lost with games of 186, 205 and 186 in the first match play round.

“I got off to a bad start because I was playing the lanes the way I wanted to play them and not the way the conditions dictated I should play them,” said the two-time Players Championship winner. “I was having trouble getting the big games down the stretch, but fortunately, I was able to get a run at the end of the round.

“Generally, the lanes are playing tight down lane and there’s not enough friction to get a consistent roll into the pocket,” Belmonte, a four-time PBA Player of the Year added. “You just have to learn from your experience throughout the tournament and pull out whatever tricks you can to get the ball to the pocket consistently.”

Four-time PBA Tour winner Anthony Simonsen of Little Elm, Texas, rode 6-1-1 record and averaged 233.5 in the first match play round to surge from 21st into third with a 5,959 pinfall. Simonsen, who became the youngest to win a major when he won the 2016 USBC Masters at age 19, is trying for his second major title.

PBA Hall of Famer Chris Barnes of Double Oak, Texas, compiled a 7-1 record and 5,905 pinfall to move into fourth while Brad Miller of Lees Summitt, Mo., finished the day in fifth with a 4-4 record match play and 5,893 pinfall.

Match play continues Friday with rounds at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET which will determine the top five players for Sunday’s live stepladder finals on FS1 at 1 p.m. ET. The Players Championship, the second major of the Go Bowling! PBA Tour season, will offer a $1 million bonus if a player can bowl a 300 game in Sunday’s title match.

Fans can catch all the match play action on through PBA’s online streaming partner, FloBowling. For schedule and subscription information visit FloBowling.com.

PBA PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, Thursday

FOURTH ROUND RESULTS (after 26 games. Includes match play record and total pinfall including bonus pins)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 5-3, 6,124.
2, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 6-2, 5,997.
3, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, 6-1-1, 5,959.
4, Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 7-1, 5,905.
5, Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., 4-4, 5,893.
6, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 3-4-1, 5,831.
7, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 3-5, 5,807.
8, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 4-4, 5,802.
9, Zacharay Wilkins, Canada, 6-2, 5,795.
10, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 4-4, 5,794.
11, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, 5-2-1, 5,790.
12, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 5-3, 5,788.
13, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 4-4, 5,768.
14, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 4-4, 5,758.
15, Stuart Williams, England, 4-3-1, 5,733.
16, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 4-4, 5,726.
17, AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, 2-6, 5,717.
18, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 3-5, 5,712.
19, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 4-4, 5,615.
20, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 1-7, 5,578.
21, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 2-6-0, 5,575.
21, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 4-4, 5,575.
23, Kristopher Prather, Plainfield, Ill., 2-6, 5,550.
24, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 2-6, 5,487.

300 games – Stuart Williams

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Belmonte, Miller Tie for Qualifying Lead as Players Championship Field is Cut to 24 for Match Play

by Jerry Schneider February 14, 2019 12:47

COLUMBUS, Ohio  – Brad Miller of Lees Summit, Mo., made a run in the final qualifying round of the PBA Players Championship Thursday to tie Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte for the lead as the field is cut to 24 players who will advance to tonight’s first match play round at 6 p.m. ET.   

Miller bowled a 1,292 pinfall for six games, with games of 279, 248, 254, 212, 225 and 233 in the third round of qualifying, to finish with a 4,109 18-game overall pinfall (228 average) to share the lead with Belmonte who was the leader after the first two rounds.

“I wasn’t real confident coming into the tournament but gained confidence as the tournament went on,” said Miller. “I like the condition (PBA 45-foot Dragon) we’re bowling on this week but wasn’t sure I could take advantage of it because I haven’t been bowling well the last couple weeks.

“I’m anticipating it’s going to be kind of a grind going forward,” the 28-year-old Miller added. “In some ways the tournament is just beginning. It’s easy to go down in the standings but it’s hard to go up.”

Miller has made a steady climb after starting the tournament in 21st after the first round and sixth after the second round.

Miller has a best tour finish of second which came in the Mark Roth-Marshall Holman Doubles Championship earlier this season with doubles partner Kyle Sherman.

Finishing third heading into match player is defending champion Tom Smallwood of Saginaw, Mich., with a 4,074 pinfall. Smallwood, a three-time tour winner defeated Belmonte 259-239 in the title match of the 2018 Players Championship for his second major and third career tour title.

Trying for a record 11th PBA major title, Belmonte struggled as the third round progressed, starting with 258 but then following up with games of 216, 213, 215, 209 and 181.

Belmonte is also trying for his second consecutive major title on the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour, after winning his third PBA Tournament of Champions title last Sunday for his 10th career major to tie Pete Weber and Earl Anthony on the all-time list. With a win he can also become the first three-time winner of the Players Championship.

Also making a run was 10-time tour winner Wes Malott who was 29th after the first round but finished fourth after the third round with, 4,057. Just three pins behind in fifth is three-time tour winner Kyle Troup with 4,053.

After this evening’s first match play round, match play continues Friday with rounds at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. which will determine the top five players for Sunday’s live stepladder finals on FS1 at 1 p.m. ET. The Players Championship will offer a $1 million bonus if a player can bowl a 300 game in Sunday’s title match.

Fans can catch all the match play action on through PBA’s online streaming partner, FloBowling. For schedule and subscription information visit FloBowling.com.

PBA PLAYERS CHAMPIONSHIP

Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl, Columbus, Ohio, Thursday

THIRD ROUND RESULTS (after 18 games. Top 24 advance to first match play round)

1, Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., 4,109.
1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 4,109.
3, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 4,074.
4, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 4,057.
5, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 4,053.
6, AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, 4,040.
7, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 4,019.
8, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 4,006.
9, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 3,998.
10, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 3,987.
11, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 3,985.
12, Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, 3,980.
13, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 3,949.
14, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, 3,935.
15, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 3,926.
16, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 3,920.
16, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 3,920.
18, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 3,912.
19, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 3,909.
20, Stuart Williams, England, 3,899.
21, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, 3,896.
22, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 3,882.
23, Zacharay Wilkins, Canada, 3,876.
24, Kristopher Prather, Plainfield, Ill., 3,854.

Failed to advance:
25, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 3,845, $2,000.
26, Nicholas Pate, Inver Grove Heights, Minn., 3,844, $1,700.
27, Patrick Girard, Canada, 3,838, $1,650.
28, Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 3,835, $1,575.
28, Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 3,835, $1,575.
30, Kyle Sherman, O'Fallon, Mo., 3,834, $1,500.
31, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 3,821.
31, Christopher Sloan, Ireland, 3,821.
33, Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 3,819.
34, Francois Louw, South Africa, 3,818.
35, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 3,806.
36, Nick Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., 3,793.
37, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 3,791.
38, Jake Rollins, Glen Rock, N.J., 3,790.
39, Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 3,780.
40, Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 3,776.
40, Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 3,776.
40, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 3,776.
43, Aaron Lorincz, Center Line, Mich., 3,766.
44, Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., 3,763.
45, Mike Coffey, Melbourne, Fla., 3,754.
46, AJ Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 3,752.
47, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 3,750.
48, Kurt Pilon, Sterling Heights, Mich., 3,749.
49, BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa., 3,740.
49, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 3,740.
51, Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 3,739.
52, Jason Sterner, Fayetteville, Ga., 3,719.
53, Brian Robinson, Morgantown, W.Va., 3,714.
54, Jakob Butturff, Tempe, Ariz., 3,705, $100.
55, Mitch Hupe, Canada, 3,703.
55, Richie Teece, England, 3,703.
57, Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, 3,702.
58, Dom Barrett, England, 3,700.
59, Ryan Ciminelli, Clarence, N.Y., 3,695.
60, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 3,694.
61, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 3,686.
62, Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., 3,684.
63, Zachery Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 3,681.
64, Jim Pratt, Avondale, Ariz., 3,679.
64, John Furey, Howell, N.J., 3,679.
66, Michael Tang, Johnstown, Ohio, 3,677.
67, Shota Kawazoe, Japan, 3,667.
68, Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 3,665.
69, Gaetan Mouveroux, France, 3,657.
70, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 3,654.
71, Chris Via, Springfield, Ohio, 3,653.
72, Billy Rogers, Mesquite, Texas, 3,652.
73, Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn., 3,640.
74, Jean Perez, Puerto Rico, 3,636.
74, Michael Davidson, Versailles, Ohio, 3,636.
76, Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., 3,631.
77, Joe Bailey, Wooster, Ohio, 3,629.
78, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 3,627.
79, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 3,619.
80, Rhino Page, Orlando, 3,605.
81, Dwight Adams, Greensboro, N.C., 3,602.
82, Kyle Bigelow, Troy, Ohio, 3,601.
83, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 3,592.
84, Jimmy Cook, Indianapolis, 3,591.
85, Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., 3,588.
86, Geoffrey Young, Roanoke, Texas, 3,587.
87, Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 3,586.
88, Graham Fach, Urbana, Ohio, 3,579.
89, Justin Knowles, Okemos, Mich., 3,578.
90, Sam Cooley, Australia, 3,575.
91, Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 3,561.
92, Kamron Doyle, Brentwood, Tenn., 3,559.
93, Andrew Cain, Phoenix, 3,554.
94, Cody Shoemaker, Hanover, Pa., 3,550.
95, Andrew Suscreba, Clifton, N.J., 3,528.
95, David Harold, Columbus, Ohio, 3,528.
97, Kim Bolleby, Sweden, 3,527.
98, Matt Kuba, Chicago Ridge, IL, 3,519.
99, Chris Colella, Indianapolis, Ind., 3,511.
100, JR Raymond, Clinton Twp., Mich., 3,498.
101, JoJoe Yannaphon, Thailand, 3,494.
102, Patrick Hanrahan, Wichita, Kan., 3,491.
103, Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., 3,483.
103, Charlie Brown Jr, Grandville, Mich., 3,483.
105, Greg Young, Viera, Fla., 3,481.
106, Kyle Gillum, Columbus, Ohio, 3,474.
107, Jason Lundquist, Columbus, Ohio, 3,464.
108, Samuel DeWitt, Pittsburgh, Pa., 3,458.
109, Matt Sanders, Indianapolis, 3,437.
110, Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, 3,428.
111, Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 3,403.
112, Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 3,392.
113, Keven Williams, Springfield, Mo.,, 3,345.
114, Brandon Robertson, Venice, Fla., 3,292.
115, Joshua Weiner, Hilliard, Ohio, 3,280.
116, Justin Wyman, Fairport, N.Y., 3,274.
117, Eduardo Astiazaran, Mexico.., 3,256.
118, Michael Baker, Moline, Ill., 3,145.
119, Tristan Butler, Fort Wayne, Ind., 3,088.
120, Stephen Pavlinko, Sewell, N.J., 2,451.

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