Belmonte Has Strong Start After Two Rounds to Take PBA Players Championship Lead

by Jerry Schneider February 13, 2019 12:23

COLUMBUS, Ohio  – Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte got off to a strong start in his bid to win a record 11th career PBA major title, averaging 234 after two rounds Wednesday to lead the PBA Players Championship at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

The 35-year-old Belmonte finished with a 2,817 12-game pinfall total, firing 1,508 in the first six-game round earlier in the day with games of 268, 279, 267, 245, 231 and 218, followed by 1,309 in the second round with games of 232, 209, 214, 204, 193 and 257.

“The lanes got really tricky starting at the end of the first round,” said the 19-time tour winner. “The friction was really building up in the middle of the lane, so it was time to make an adjustment. You had to go way right or way left. My strength is moving left so that’s what I did.

“At this point in the tournament I’m not trying to necessarily shoot 260 every game,” he added. “The guys are playing the lanes quite a bit differently, so you just have to find that part of the lane where you can be most effective.”

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 to tie Earl Anthony and Pete Weber with 10 majors . He is also trying to become the first three-time winner of the Players Championship.

Belmonte holds a 50-pin lead over defending champion Tom Smallwood of Saginaw Mich., in second with 2,767. 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.

Coming off a third-place finish in the Tournament of Champions, four-time tour winner Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., finished third after two rounds with 2,723.  Kent also finished third in the 2018 Players Championship.

Qualifying continues with the third round at 10 a.m. on Thursday with a cut to the top 24 players who will advance to the first match play round at 6 p.m. 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 follow all rounds of qualifying and match play 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, Wednesday

SECOND ROUND RESULTS (after 12 games)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 2,817.
2, Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Mich., 2,767.
3, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 2,723.
4, Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, N.C., 2,719.
5, Tom Daugherty, Riverview, Fla., 2,709.
6, Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo., 2,658.
7, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 2,639.
8, AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa, 2,632.
9, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 2,631.
10, Patrick Girard, Canada, 2,628.
11, Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio, 2,624.
12, Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 2,618.
13, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 2,614.
14, Zachary Wilkins, Canada, 2,613.
14, Kristopher Prather, Plainfield, Ill., 2,613.
16, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 2,607.
17, Connor Pickford, Charlotte, N.C., 2,606.
18, Anthony Simonsen, Little Elm, Texas, 2,599.
19, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 2,596.
20, Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio, 2,595.
21, Christopher Sloan, Ireland, 2,593.
22, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 2,590.
23, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 2,584.
24, Jake Rollins, Glen Rock, N.J., 2,580.
25, Stuart Williams, England, 2,578.
26, Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 2,575.
27, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 2,568.
28, DJ Archer, Spring, Texas, 2,565.
29, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 2,564.
30, Jason Sterner, Fayetteville, Ga., 2,557.
31, Osku Palermaa, Finland, 2,556.
32, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 2,555.
33, Martin Larsen, Sweden, 2,553.
34, (tie) Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind., and Nicholas Pate, Inver Grove Heights, Minn., 2,549.
36, (tie) Zachery Tackett, Huntington, Ind., and Norm Duke, Clermont, Fla., 2,544.
38, (tie) Chris Barnes, Double Oak, Texas, and Francois Louw, South Africa, 2,543.
40, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 2,540.
41, Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela, 2,539.
42, Aaron Lorincz, Center Line, Mich., 2,535.
43, Shota Kawazoe, Japan, 2,527.
44, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 2,522.
45, (tie) Rafiq Ismail, Malaysia, and Shawn Maldonado, Houston, 2,511.
47, Kurt Pilon, Sterling Heights, Mich., 2,508.
48, AJ Johnson, Oswego, Ill., 2,506.
49, Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 2,502.
50, (tie) Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., and Brian Robinson, Morgantown, W.Va., 2,500.
52, Mike Wolfe, New Albany, Ind., 2,496.
53, Nick Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill., 2,486.
54, Billy Rogers, Mesquite, Texas, 2,483.
55, Richie Teece, England, 2,477.
56, Kyle Sherman, O'Fallon, Mo., 2,473.
57, (tie) Gaetan Mouveroux, France, and Tim Foy Jr., Seaford, Del., 2,469.
59, Dom Barrett, England, 2,468.
60, Ryan Ciminelli, Clarence, N.Y., 2,459.
61, Francois Lavoie, Canada, 2,454.
62, Mike Coffey, Melbourne, Fla., 2,451.
63, Cody Shoemaker, Hanover, Pa., 2,450.
64, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 2,446.
65, BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa., 2,444.
66, Andrew Cain, Phoenix, 2,443.
67, Dwight Adams, Greensboro, N.C., 2,439.
68, (tie) Sam Cooley, Australia, and Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn., 2,437.
70, Graham Fach, Urbana, Ohio, 2,435.
71, (tie) Michael Tang, Johnstown, Ohio, and Joe Bailey, Wooster, Ohio, 2,432.
73, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 2,430.
74, (tie) Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., and Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 2,428.
76, (tie) Michael Davidson, Versailles, Ohio, and Chris Via, Springfield, Ohio, 2,425.
78, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 2,420.
79, (tie) John Furey, Howell, N.J., and Jean Perez, Puerto Rico, 2,419.
81, Mitch Hupe, Canada, 2,417.
82, Johnathan Bower, Middletown, Pa., 2,411.
83, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 2,401.
84, Jimmy Cook, Indianapolis, 2,394.
85, Tom Hess, Urbandale, Iowa, 2,391.
86, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Oxford, Fla., 2,389.
87, Annop Arromsaranon, Thailand, 2,387.
88, (tie) Rhino Page, Orlando, and Charlie Brown Jr, Grandville, Mich., 2,377.
90, Geoffrey Young, Roanoke, Texas, 2,368.
91, Kim Bolleby, Sweden, 2,365.
92, Jim Pratt, Avondale, Ariz., 2,361.
93, Jakob Butturff, Tempe, Ariz., 2,358.
94, Kamron Doyle, Brentwood, Tenn., 2,349.
95, Joe Paluszek, Bensalem, Pa., 2,347.
96, (tie) Greg Young, Viera, Fla., and David Harold, Columbus, Ohio, 2,345.
98, Kyle Bigelow, Troy, Ohio, 2,334.
99, Justin Knowles, Okemos, Mich., 2,321.
100, Samuel DeWitt, Pittsburgh, Pa., 2,311.
101, Matt Kuba, Chicago Ridge, Ill., 2,305.
102, Pontus Andersson, Sweden, 2,304.
103, JR Raymond, Clinton Twp., Mich., 2,298.
104, Chris Colella, Indianapolis, Ind., 2,292.
105, Kyle Gillum, Columbus, Ohio, 2,282.
106, Arturo Quintero, Mexico, 2,281.
107, Jason Lundquist, Columbus, Ohio, 2,280.
108, Matt Sanders, Indianapolis, 2,277.
109, Andrew Suscreba, Clifton, N.J., 2,276.
110, JoJoe Yannaphon, Thailand, 2,265.
111, Michael Haugen Jr., Phoenix, 2,257.
112, Keven Williams, Springfield, Mo.,, 2,247.
113, Stephen Pavlinko, Sewell, N.J., 2,246.
114, Justin Wyman, Fairport, N.Y., 2,220.
115, Patrick Hanrahan, Wichita, Kan., 2,217.
116, Brandon Robertson, Venice, Fla., 2,179.
117, Joshua Weiner, Hilliard, Ohio, 2,142.
118, Michael Baker, Moline, Ill., 2,128.
119, Eduardo Astiazaran, Mexico.., 2,119.
120, Tristan Butler, Fort Wayne, Ind., 2,070.

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Pittsburgh’s Samuel Dewitt III Leads 15 Players into PBA Players Championship Field After PTQ

by Jerry Schneider February 12, 2019 11:42

COLUMBUS, Ohio – Samuel Dewitt III of Pittsburgh, Pa., will lead a field of 15 players into the PBA Players Championship when qualifying for the second major championship of the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour season gets underway Wednesday at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

Dewitt finished the pre-tournament qualifier Tuesday with a six-game 1,371 pinfall total (228.5 average) with games of 246, 187, 276, 200, 259 and 203 to out-distance Mykell Holliman of Collierville, Tenn., in second with a 1,261 pinfall.

Kyle Bigelow of Troy, Ohio beat Steve Pavlinko of Sewell, N.J., 235-182, in a one-game roll-off to earn the final advancing spot after tying with a 1,120 pinfall.

To review the Players Championship field, click here: https://www.pba.com/Rosters/Details/2762

Qualifying in the Players Championship begins on Wednesday with six-game rounds at 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET. Qualifying continues with the third round at 10 a.m. on Thursday with a cut to the top 24 players advancing to robin match play round Thursday at 6 p.m., and Friday at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. After 42 games, the top five players will advance to Sunday’s live stepladder finals on FS1 at 1 p.m. ET.

Jason Belmonte, the winner of last week’s PBA Tournament of Champions for a record-tying 10th major title, will be trying to become the sole all-time majors leader with a win in the Players Championship.

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

The Players Championship will also feature a $1 million bonus if a player can bowl a 300 game in Sunday’s title match.

Fans can follow all rounds of qualifying and match play 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, Tuesday

Pre-Tournament Qualifier (after 6 games; top 15 advance to Wednesday’s qualifying)

1, Samuel DeWitt III, Pittsburgh, Pa., 1,371.
2, Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn., 1,261.
3, Jason Lundquist, Columbus, Ohio, 1,252.
4, Geoffrey Young, Roanoke, Texas, 1,236.
5, Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas, 1,228.
6, Aaron Lorincz, Center Line, Mich., 1,215.
7, A.J. Rice, Salem, Ala., 1,212.
8, David Harold II, Columbus, Ohio, 1,206.
9, Zachery Tackett, Huntington, Ind., 1,185.
10, Brian Robinson, Morgantown, W.Va., 1,171.
11, Brandon Robertson, Venice, Fla., 1,158.
12, Patrick Hanrahan, Wichita, Kan., 1,137.
13, Joe Bailey, Wooster, Ohio, 1,135.
14, Justin Knowles, Okemos, Mich., 1,129.
15, Kyle Bigelow, Troy, Ohio, 1,120.

Bigelow won one-game roll-off 235-182 to advance to Players Championship field

Failed to advance:

15, Stephen Pavlinko Jr., Sewell, N.J., 1,120.
17, Tim Pfeifer, Oakdale, Pa., 1,114.
18, Cody Shoemaker, Hanover, Pa., 1,104.
19, Kenneth Ryan, Morganville, N.J., 1,097.
20, Anthony Franz, Mount Vernon, Ohio, 1,077.
21, Charles Yancey, Marion, Ohio, 1,073.
22, Scott McIntire Jr., North Royalton, Ohio, 1,068.
23, Mike Eaton Jr., Wyoming, Mich., 1,056.
24, Richard McCormick, Cincinnati, Ohio, 991.
25, CL Smith, Rynoldsburg, Ohio, 869.

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Belmonte Wins PBA Tournament of Champions for 10th Major to Tie Weber and Anthony on All-time Majors List

by Jerry Schneider February 10, 2019 17:35

FAIRLAWN, Ohio – Australian two-hander Jason Belmonte won his third PBA Tournament of Champions title Sunday to record his 10th PBA Tour major title, tying him with Hall of Famers Pete Weber and the late Earl Anthony for first on the all-time major titles list.  

The 35-year-old Belmonte defeated 2017 Tournament of Champions winner EJ Tackett of Bluffton, Ind., 225-196, in the title match of PBA’s signature tournament at AMF Riviera Lanes to also tie Hall of Famers Jason Couch and Mike Durbin for most Tournament of Champions titles. Belmonte, a four-time PBA Player of the Year had previous Tournament of Champions wins back-to-back in 2014 and 2015.

“It’s madness,” said Belmonte, who was top qualifier for the stepladder finals. “To work so hard at your craft means the world to be here at this moment. “It hasn’t completely sunk in and to have my name next to Pete and Earl is an overwhelming feeling right now.

_MGL6075“Never in my wildest dreams did I think I would achieve this,” he added. “It doesn’t seem real to have my name on that list of two of the greatest bowlers of all time.”

In the title match, Belmonte started with the first four strikes before leaving a 10 pin in the fifth frame, which he missed. Despite the open frame, Belmonte held a 19-pin lead and Tackett could not take advantage of that opportunity to mount a challenge.

The Tournament of Champions also offered a $1 million bonus if a player bowled a 300 game in the title match.

“I started off with five good shots and was pretty calm for the most part,” Belmonte said. “I did feel the nerves on that spare shot and rushed it. I pride myself on making 10 pins but my heart was racing and I think I was trying a little too hard to get that frame over with.”

_MGL6094Belmonte, who won his 19th career tour title, also became the youngest to reach the 10 major milestone. Anthony won his 10th major at 46 and Weber at 50. It also took Belmonte 12 years since becoming a PBA member in 2008 to win 10 majors which is also a record. It took Anthony 16 years and Weber 35 years.

Tackett, who was trying for his 13th career title and third major, qualified third for the finals and won matches against three-time tour winner Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Ariz., 264-236, in the second match, and four-time tour winner Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., 238-192, in the semifinal match to advance to the title match against Belmonte.

In the opening stepladder match, Blanchard beat Sean Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena, Texas, 190-180, to advance to the second match against Tackett. Lavery-Spahr, a four-time regional winner who qualified fifth for the finals, earned his spot in the Tournament of Champions field through a pre-tournament qualifier.

It won’t be long before Belmonte will have an opportunity to break the majors record when the Go Bowling! PBA Tour travels to Columbus, Ohio for the season’s second major – the PBA Players Championship – Feb. 12-17 at Wayne Webb’s Columbus Bowl.

“Now that I’ve won 10 I can’t wait to get to 11,” Belmonte said. “If I get to 11 I’ll be able to put my total focus on bowling and not so much about the records.”

The $ 1 million bonus title match bonus remains in effect for the Players Championship with the finals televised live on FS1 Feb. 17 at 1 p.m. ET.

PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
AMF Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio, Sunday

Final Standings:

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, $50,000.

2, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., $25,000.

3, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., $13,000.

4, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., $11,000.

5, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, $10,000.

Playoff Results:

Match One: Blanchard def. Lavery-Spahr, 190-180.

Match Two: Tackett def. Blanchard, 264-236.

Semifinal: Tackett def. Kent, 238-192.

Championship: Belmonte def. Tackett, 225-196.

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Belmonte Will Bowl for 10th Major Title as Top Qualifier for PBA Tournament of Champions Stepladder Finals

by Jerry Schneider February 8, 2019 20:38

FAIRLAWN, Ohio  – As top qualifier for the stepladder finals of the 54th PBA Tournament of Champions, four-time PBA Player of the Year Jason Belmonte of Australia will have to win one match in Sunday’s live FOX telecast for his 10th PBA Tour major which would tie him for the majors record with PBA Hall of Famers Pete Weber and Earl Anthony.

The finals telecast will air Sunday on FOX at 4:30 p.m. ET from AMF Riviera Lanes.

The 35-year-old two-hander from compiled a 16-8 match play record and 10,097 42-game pinfall total, including match play bonus pins, at the end of Friday’s final match play round to finish 224 pins ahead of four-time tour winner Marshall Kent of Yakima, Wash., who qualified second for the finals with a 9,873 pinfall and 18-6 match play record.

“When you have a big lead you can get complacent so my goal was just to keep a good steady pace,” said Belmonte who owns 18-time PBA Tour titles and averaged 229 for the tournament. “If I could just bowl some solid 220s or 230s and win a few matches along the way, the other guys were going to have to shoot 250s and 260s consistently to catch me and that’s hard to do.”

For Belmonte and whoever ends up as his opponent in the title match there will be more on the line than winning a major title as the Tournament of Champions will be the first of four tournaments during the 2019 Go Bowling! PBA Tour season that will pay a $1 million bonus if a player bowls a 300 game in the title match.

Belmonte will also be trying for his third Tournament of Champions title, which would tie him with Jason Couch and Mike Durbin for most titles in PBA’s signature tournament that requires a player to own a PBA title to compete. Belmonte, who finished fourth in 2018, won the Tournament of Champions back-to-back in 2014 and 2015.

“I just have to do my job to the best of my ability, hit my target and bowl the 10 best possible frames I can,” Belmonte said. “The priority is to win the tournament, but hopefully I can start with at least a few strikes to make it exciting.”

The 26-year-old Kent will be making his first telecast appearance of 2019 and will be trying for his first major title.

Also making his first telecast appearance of the season, 26-year-old EJ Tackett of Bluffton, Ind., a 12-time tour winner including the 2017 Tournament of Champions, won his last seven matches of the final eight-game match play round Friday to take the No. 3 seed for the finals. The 2016 PBA Player of the Year finished with a 14-10 match play record and 9,766 pinfall.

Qualifying fourth for the finals was three-time tour winner Josh Blanchard of Mesa, Ariz., with a 13-10-1 match play record and 9,658 pinfall.

Sean Lavery-Spahr of Pasadena, Texas, who qualified fifth for the finals will try to duplicate what 2018 Tournament of Champions winner Matt O’Grady did last season and that is qualify for the tournament through a pre-tournament qualifier and win all four stepladder matches for the title. Lavery-Spahr, a four-time PBA regional winner, had a 10-13-1 record and 9,608 pinfall.

PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
AMF Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio, Friday

SIXTH ROUND RESULTS

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

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 16-8, 10,097.
2, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 18-6, 9,873.
3, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 14-10, 9,766.
4, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 13-10-1, 9,658.
5, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 10-13-1, 9,608.
6, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 11-13, 9,565, $7,000.
7, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 13-11, 9,548, $6,000.
8, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 14-10, 9,531, $5,000.
9, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 16-7-1, 9,528, $4,500.
10, Dom Barrett, England, 15-9, 9,477, $4,400.
11, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 13-11, 9,421, $4,300.
12, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 13-11, 9,390, $4,200.
13, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 12-11-1, 9,378, $4,100.
14, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 12-12, 9,338, $4,000.
15, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 12-10-2, 9,297, $3,900.
16, Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 11-11-2, 9,257, $3,800.
17, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 7-17, 9,215, $3,700.
18, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 10-14, 9,117, $3,600.
19, Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., 9-15, 9,088, $3,500.
20, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 9-14-1, 9,028, $3,500.
21, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 11-13, 9,015, $3,300.
22, Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., 7-16-1, 8,994, $3,200.
23, Rhino Page, Orlando, 9-15, 8,986, $3,100.
24, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 8-16, 8,948, $3,000.

300 games – Sean Lavery-Spahr

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Another 6-2 Record Helps Belmonte Retain Healthy Lead in PBA Tournament of Champions After Second Match Play Round

by Jerry Schneider February 8, 2019 13:09

FAIRLAWN, Ohio - As the PBA Tournament of Champions heads into tonight’s final match play round, four-time PBA Player of the Year and two-time Tournament of Champions winner Jason Belmonte maintained his healthy lead with a 12-4 overall match play record for two rounds. He went 6-2 in this morning’s second match play round at AMF Riviera Lanes finishing with an 8,189 pinfall total including bonus pins.

He holds 248-pin lead over four-time regional winner Sean Lavery-Spahr in second, who went 6-2 in Friday’s first match play round to bring his overall match play record to 8-7-1 with a 7,950 pinfall.

Belmonte, who is trying to win a record-tying 10th major and third TOC, won with games of 253, 269, 216, 235, 248, 176, and ended the round losing with games of 179 and 216.

Lavery-Spahr, who earned his spot in the TOC through a pre-tournament qualifier, won with games of 206, 245, 300, 200, 233 and 299 and lost with games of 195 and 182.

Rounding out the top five heading into this evening’s final match play round are four-time tour winner Marshall Kent (12-4), 7,950; Darren Tang, who also advanced through the PTQ (9-7) 7,761 and two-time tour winner Michael Machuga (8-8), 7,760. Tang jumped from 15th after yesterday’s first match play round.

In sixth, just one pin back is 2016 PBA Player of the Year and 2017 Tournament of Champions winner EJ Tackett (7-9) 7,759.

After tonight’s final match play round, the top five players will be determined for Sunday’s live TOC FOX telecast at 4:30 p.m. ET.

PBA TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS

AMF Riviera Lanes, Fairlawn, Ohio

FIFTH ROUND RESULTS

(after 34 games. Field returns this evening for final match play round)

1, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 12-4, 8,198.
2, Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas, 8-7-1, 7,950.
3, Marshall Kent, Yakima, Wash., 12-4, 7,890.
4, Darren Tang, Las Vegas, Nev., 9-7, 7,761.
5, Michael Machuga, Erie, Pa., 8-8, 7,760.
6, EJ Tackett, Bluffton, Ind., 7-9, 7,759.
7, Josh Blanchard, Mesa, Ariz., 7-9, 7,742.
8, Dom Barrett, England, 11-5, 7,702.
9, Andres Gomez, Colombia, 9-7, 7,678.
10, Sean Rash, Montgomery, Ill., 11-5, 7,670.
11, Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pa., 9-7, 7,594.
12, Jake Peters, Henderson, Nev., 8-8, 7,585.
13, Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky., 9-6-1, 7,564.
14, Mitch Beasley, Clarksville, Tenn., 8-8, 7,510.
15, Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio, 8-7-1, 7,450.
16, Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, S.C., 8-7-1, 7,446.
17, Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 4-12, 7,422.
18, Jon Van Hees, Charlestown, R.I., 7-9, 7,394.
19, Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich., 5-10-1, 7,341.
20, Thomas Larsen, Denmark, 8-8, 7,332.
21, Cristian Azcona, Puerto Rico, 6-9-1, 7,295.
22, Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C., 6-10, 7,277.
23, Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y., 5-11, 7,241.
24, Rhino Page, Orlando, 4-12, 7,157.

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