PBA League Rescheduled for September 26-28; Miami Waves and Phoenix Fury Teams Drafted

by kwarner2 July 8, 2020 09:21

New York, NY – The Professional Bowlers Association has completed its roster of twelve teams to compete in the 2020 PBA League Elias Cup with the addition of 10 of the world’s best female bowlers to the Miami Waves and Phoenix Fury.

The twelve teams now split into two divisions, Carter and Anthony, will take to the lanes at *Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME, on September 26-28, with hometown team Portland Lumberjacks, looking to defend the prestigious Elias Cup. Bowling’s most thrilling team event was postponed due to Covid-19 health and safety precautions.

The seeding round will take place on September 26, followed by eight hours of live competition broadcasted on FS1 in four telecasts on consecutive days as follows:

PBA Elias Cup: Quarterfinals – Sunday, September 27, 12 p.m. ET on FS1
PBA Elias Cup: Quarterfinals – Sunday, September 27, 7 p.m. ET on FS1
PBA Elias Cup: Semifinals – Monday, September 28, 7 p.m. ET on FS1
PBA Elias Cup: Finals – Monday, September 28, 9 p.m. ET on FS1

After winning the coin toss, Phoenix Fury selected two-time, reigning PWBA Player of the Year Shannon O’Keefe as the first pick of the special PBA League Draft, followed by 5-time PWBA Champion Danielle McEwan to the Miami Waves. The draft was conducted virtually live on FloBowling with 35 eligible players based on 2019 PWBA Points. The two new 5-player rosters were selected in order (listed below), followed by 2020 full rosters.

  1. Shannon O’Keefe, Phoenix Fury
  2. Danielle McEwan, Miami Waves
  3. Liz Johnson, Phoenix Fury
  4. Dasha Kovalova, Miami Waves
  5. Jordan Richard, Phoenix Fury
  6. Clara Guerrero, Miami Waves
  7. Stefanie Johnson, Phoenix Fury
  8. Liz Kuhlkin, Miami Waves
  9. Maria José Rodriguez, Phoenix Fury
  10. Missy Parkin, Miami Waves

2020 PBA League Division Line-Ups and Rosters

Carter Division:

Dallas Strikers
Manager: Norm Duke
Norm Duke
Tommy Jones
Bill O'Neill
Brad Miller
Nick Pate

Philadelphia Hitmen
Manager: Jason Couch
Dom Barrett
Tom Smallwood
Shawn Maldonado
Jason Sterner
Matt Ogle

Brooklyn Styles
Manager: Johnny Petraglia
Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Brad Angelo
Rhino Page
BJ Moore
Thomas Larsen

Silver Lake Atom Splitters
Manager: Mark Baker
Chris Barnes
Jesper Svensson
Tom Daugherty
Chris Via
AJ Chapman

Las Vegas High Rollers
Manager: Amleto Monacelli
Francois Lavoie
Andrew Anderson
AJ Johnson
Richie Teece
Ildemaro Ruiz

Phoenix Fury
Manager: Kim Terrell-Kearney
Shannon O’Keefe
Liz Johnson
Jordan Richard
Stefanie Johnson
Maria José Rodriguez

Anthony Division:

NYC KingPins
Manager: Carolyn Dorin-Ballard
Pete Weber
Marshall Kent
Kyle Sherman
Darren Tang
Osku Palermaa

Motown Muscle
Manager: Del Ballard
EJ Tackett
Anthony Simonsen
Josh Blanchard
Mitch Hupe
Matt McNiel

Portland Lumberjacks
Manager: Tim Mack
Wes Malott
Kyle Troup
Kris Prather
Martin Larsen
Packy Hanrahan

L.A. X
Manager: Andrew Cain
Jason Belmonte
Jakob Butturff
Stu Williams
Patrick Girard
Anthony Lavery-Spahr

Brew City Ballers
Manager: Marshall Holman
Sean Rash
Ryan Ciminelli
Dick Allen
Christopher Sloan
Zeke Bayt

Miami Waves
Manager: Bob Learn Jr.
Danielle McEwan
Dasha Kovalova
Clara Guerrero
Liz Kuhlkin
Missy Parkin

*Location subject to change due to local government restrictions.

About the PBA
The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated to the sport of bowling and its professional competition, with thousands of members and millions of fans throughout the world. The PBA plays host to bowling’s biggest tournaments from the Go Bowling! PBA Tour, PBA Regional Tour, and PBA50 Tour. In 2019, the PBA was acquired by Bowlero Corporation, the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling entertainment centers with more than 300 locations throughout North America. For more information, please visit PBA.com.

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Two Women's Professional Bowling Teams Join the 2020 PBA League Elias Cup

by kwarner2 June 23, 2020 08:49

(JUNE 23, 2020) - Today, the Professional Bowlers Association announces that two new, all-women's professional bowling teams will join the race for the 2020 PBA League Elias Cup, increasing the number of teams in this year’s event to twelve.

The Phoenix Fury, managed by PWBA champion Kim Terrell-Kearney, and Miami Waves, managed by PBA champion Bob Learn Jr., will be the first all-women's teams in the PBA League’s history, since its founding in 2013. While female pros Kelly Kulick (NYC KingPins), Liz Johnson (Portland Lumberjacks) and Danielle McEwan (Motown Muscle) have been on previous team rosters in past years, this is the first time the PBA will include all-women team rosters. No women are currently on any of the other 10 team PBA League rosters.

A special draft between the two new clubs will take place on Tuesday, July 7, at 4 pm ET on FloBowling. The top 35 players on the 2019 PWBA Points List will be eligible to be drafted onto the new teams 5-player rosters.

The 2020 PBA League Elias Cup tournament, to be broadcast live on FS1, is being rescheduled due to COVID-19 health and safety precautions, for this coming fall at Bayside Bowl in Portland, Maine. An announcement on scheduling will be made soon.

Two expansion clubs had already been added to the PBA League for 2020. The Brew City Ballers and Las Vegas High Rollers joined the League and took part in the annual player draft in May. All of the other team rosters are set.

The new divisional lineups with the addition of the two new women's teams:

Carter Division
Dallas Strikers (Manager Norm Duke)
Philadelphia Hitmen (Manager Jason Couch)
Brooklyn Styles (Manager Johnny Petraglia)
Silver Lake Atom Splitters (Manager Mark Baker)
Las Vegas High Rollers (Manager Amleto Monacelli)
Phoenix Fury (Manager Kim Terrell-Kearney)

Anthony Division
NYC KingPins (Manager Carolyn Dorin-Ballard)
Motown Muscle (Manager Del Ballard)
Portland Lumberjacks (Manager Tim Mack)
L.A. X (Manager Andrew Cain)
Brew City Ballers (Manager Marshall Holman)
Miami Waves (Manager Bob Learn Jr.)

The Portland Lumberjacks are defending Elias Cup champions.

The top 35 players from the 2019 PWBA Points list, eligible to be drafted by the Phoenix Fury and Miami Waves:

1 Shannon O'Keefe 148,125
2 Danielle McEwan 117,085
3 Dasha Kovalova 109,970
4 Liz Johnson 84,325
5 Clara Guerrero 83,190
6 Jordan Richard 80,795
7 Missy Parkin 78,512.5
8 Liz Kuhlkin 77,650
9 Stefanie Johnson 74,945
10 Maria José Rodriguez 70,170
11 Bryanna Coté 69,135
12 Shannon Pluhowsky 67,480
13 Cherie Tan 66,875
14 Josie Barnes 62,310
15 Tannya Roumimper 60,780
16 Birgit Poppler 55,905
17 Diana Zavjalova 55,047.5
18 Valerie Bercier 52,162.5
19 Kelly Kulick 50,420
20 Sydney Brummett 50,325
21 Verity Crawley 48,815
22 Giselle Poss 44,000
3 Sandra Gongora 43,402.5
24 Shayna Ng 42,550
25 Julia Bond 40,970
26 Erin McCarthy 37,300
27 Rocio Restrepo 36,065
28 Ashly Galante 33,680
29 Jen Higgins 32,705
30 Gazmine Mason 32,570
31 Lindsay Boomershine 31,370
32 Daria Pajak 30,845
33 Jodi Woessner 29,395
34 Katelyn Simpson 29,235
35 Daphne Tan 27,105
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PBA League Draft Results

by kwarner2 May 18, 2020 11:50

(May 18, 2020) - The expansion Las Vegas High Rollers selected two-time US Open champion Francois Lavoie with the first pick of the PBA League Draft powered by BowlerX Sunday, which was conducted virtually, live on FloBowling.

The Draft, originally scheduled for March 15 in Las Vegas at the PBA WSOB, was postponed due to COVID-19.

A highlight of the Draft was the complete 5-player construction of two expansion teams, the High Rollers and Brew City Ballers.

In all, 26 players were drafted to the 10 League teams, as eight of the original clubs were able to protect three players from their 2019 rosters. Fifty-two players were eligible to be drafted based on their points standing in PBA Tour competition over the past two years.

Of note, nine of the 26 players selected during Tuesday's Draft are international PBA players, increasing the number to 13 of the 50 players on 2020 rosters.

All 10 PBA League team managers made their selections remotely to the FloBowling audience, with PBA League Commissioner Tom Clark presiding over the draft from his home in Wisconsin. Most players selected appeared via Zoom to comment on being chosen.

The defending champion Portland Lumberjacks manager Tim Mack filled his roster with Sweden's Martin Larsen and two-handed lefty Packy Hanrahan, joining Kyle Troup, Kris Prather and 2019 Mark Roth MVP Award winner Wes Malott.

The PBA League Elias Cup tournament, originally scheduled for July at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME, was postponed due to COVID-19 and will be rescheduled back in Maine, for later this year.

Below is order selected, followed by 2020 full rosters:

2020 PBA League Draft selections in order
1. Francois Lavoie, Las Vegas
2. Sean Rash, Brew City
3. Ryan Ciminelli, Brew City
4. Andrew Anderson, Las Vegas
5. AJ Johnson, Las Vegas
6. Dick Allen, Brew City
7. Jason Sterner, Philadelphia
8. BJ Moore, Brooklyn
9. Mitch Hupe, Motown
10. Chris Via, Silver Lake
11. Darren Tang, NYC
12. Brad Miller, Dallas
13. Patrick Girard, L.A.
14. Martin Larsen, Portland
15. Packy Hanrahan, Portland
16. Anthony Lavery-Spahr, L.A.
17. Nick Pate, Dallas
18. Osku Palermaa, NYC
19. AJ Chapman, Silver Lake
20. Matt McNiel, Motown
21. Thomas Larsen, Brooklyn
22. Matt Ogle, Philadelphia
23. Christopher Sloan, Brew City
24. Richie Teece, Las Vegas
25. Ildemaro Ruiz, Las Vegas
26. Zeke Bayt, Brew City

2020 PBA League Rosters

Las Vegas High Rollers
Manager: Amleto Monacelli
Francois Lavoie
Andrew Anderson
AJ Johnson
Richie Teece
Ildemaro Ruiz

Brew City Ballers
Manager: Marshall Holman
Sean Rash
Ryan Ciminelli
Dick Allen
Christopher Sloan
Zeke Bayt

Philadelphia Hitmen
Manager: Jason Couch
Dom Barrett
Tom Smallwood
Shawn Maldonado
Jason Sterner
Matt Ogle

Brooklyn Styles
Manager: Johnny Petraglia
Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Brad Angelo
Rhino Page
BJ Moore
Thomas Larsen

Motown Muscle
Manager: Del Ballard
EJ Tackett
Anthony Simonsen
Josh Blanchard
Mitch Hupe
Matt McNiel

Silver Lake Atom Splitters
Manager: Mark Baker
Chris Barnes
Jesper Svensson
Tom Daugherty
Chris Via
AJ Chapman

NYC KingPins
Manager: Carolyn Dorin-Ballard
Pete Weber
Marshall Kent
Kyle Sherman
Darren Tang
Osku Palermaa

Dallas Strikers
Manager: Norm Duke
Norm Duke
Tommy Jones
Bill O'Neill
Brad Miller
Nick Pate

L.A. X
Manager: Andrew Cain
Jason Belmonte
Jakob Butturff
Stu Williams
Patrick Girard
Anthony Lavery-Spahr

Portland Lumberjacks
Manager: Tim Mack
Wes Malott
Kyle Troup
Kris Prather
Martin Larsen
Packy Hanrahan

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PBA League competition Dates Postponed, Will Return to Maine in the Fall

by kwarner2 May 14, 2020 05:49

PBA League Draft powered by BowlerX is on for this Sunday, May 17 live on FloBowling

(May 13, 2020) - The 2020 PBA League Elias Cup tournament, originally scheduled for July 20-23 at Bayside Bowl in Portland, ME, has been postponed due to COVID-19. The team event will be rescheduled for the fall at Bayside Bowl, which has hosted the finals annually since 2015. Official announcement of the new dates will be made soon.

This Sunday, May 17, the 2020 PBA League Draft powered by BowlerX will be held virtually, live at 7 pm ET, on FloBowling. The Draft, which originally had been scheduled for March 15 in Las Vegas before being postponed, will find each of the 10 team managers selecting players to fill out their rosters. Twenty-six spots are available in the five-round Draft, with 52 PBA players eligible to be chosen. Expansion teams Las Vegas high Rollers and Brew City Ballers own the first six picks in the snake Draft, and will fill their full 5-player team rosters.

The other eight teams, including defending champion Portland Lumberjacks, will make two selections during the Draft to fill out their rosters. Each of the eight original teams (Portland, L.A. X, Dallas Strikers, NYC KingPins, Silver Lake Atom Splitters, Motown Muscle, Brooklyn Styles and Philadelphia Hitmen) have previously protected three players from their 2019 rosters (listed below).

PBA League Drafting order, by round, for May 17:

Round 1:
1. Las Vegas
2. Brew City

Round 2:
1. Brew City
2. Las Vegas

Round 3:
1. Las Vegas.
2. Brew City.
3. Philadelphia.
4. Brooklyn.
5. Motown.
6. Silver Lake.
7. NYC.
8. Dallas.
9. L.A.
10. Portland

Round 4:
1. Portland.
2. L.A.
3. Dallas.
4. NYC.
5. Silver Lake.
6. Motown.
7. Brooklyn.
8. Philadelphia.
9. Brew City.
10. Las Vegas.

Round 5:
1. Las Vegas.
2. Brew City.

By team, the protected players secure on 2020 PBA League 5-player team rosters:

Motown Muscle, manager Del Ballard
EJ Tackett Anthony Simonsen
Josh Blanchard

Philadelphia Hitmen, manager Jason Couch
Dom Barrett Tom Smallwood
Shawn Maldonado

Brooklyn Styles, manager Johnny Petraglia
Walter Ray Williams Jr. Brad Angelo
Rhino Page

Dallas Strikers, manager Norm Duke
Norm Duke Tommy Jones
Bill O'Neill

L.A. X, manager Andrew Cain
Jason Belmonte
Jakob Butturff
Stu Williams

Portland Lumberjacks, manager Tim Mack
Wes Malott
Kyle Troup
Kris Prather

Silver Lake Atom Splitters, manager Mark Baker
Chris Barnes
Jesper Svensson
Tom Daugherty

NYC KingPins, manager Carolyn Dorin-Ballard
Pete Weber
Marshall Kent
Kyle Sherman

Brew City Ballers, manager Marshall Holman
Expansion team

Las Vegas High Rollers, manager Amleto Monacelli
Expansion team

Draft-eligible players, listed by 2019-2020 rolling points standings :

  • 5 Sean Rash Montgomery, Ill. 41,360.00
  • 13 Francois Lavoie, Canada 28,660.50
  • 17 Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C. 24,622.50
  • 19 AJ Johnson, Oswego, Ill. 24,165.50
  • 20 Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo. 23,990.00
  • 22 Darren Tang, Las Vegas 22,138.00
  • 25 Nicholas Pate, Inver Grove Heights, Minn. 18,440.00
  • 27 Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich. 17,838.00
  • 30 AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa 16,887.50
  • 31 BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa. 16,378.00
  • 32 Mitch Hupe, Canada 16,185.50
  • 33 Jake Peters Henderson, Nev. 15,325.00
  • 34 Thomas Larsen, Denmark 15,288.00
  • 35 Jason Sterner, Rochester, NY 15,278.00
  • 36 Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas 14,672.50
  • 37 Ryan Ciminelli Lancaster, S.C. 14,500.50
  • 38 DJ Archer Friendswood, Texas 14,290.00
  • 39 Chris Via Springfield, Ohio 14,115.00
  • 40 Zacharay Wilkins, Canada 14,090.50
  • 41 Osku Palermaa, Finland 13,615.00
  • 42 Patrick Girard, Canada 13,455.00
  • 43 Andres Gomez, Colombia 12,080.00
  • 44 Sam Cooley, Australia 11,723.00
  • 45 Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn. 11,320.00
  • 46 Michael Tang, San Francisco 11,065.00
  • 47 Richard Teece, England 10,620.00
  • 49 Patrick Hanrahan, Wichita, Kan. 10,440.00
  • 50 Christopher Sloan, Ireland 10,415.00
  • 51 Martin Larsen, Sweden 10,390.00
  • 52 Greg Ostrander, Brick, N.J. 9,588.00
  • 53 Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind. 9,337.50
  • 54 Arturo Quintero, Mexico 8,628.00
  • 55 Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas 8,562.50
  • 56 Greg Young Viera, Fla. 8,490.00
  • 57 Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky. 8,447.50
  • 58 Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn. 8,300.00
  • 59 Nick Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill. 8,183.00
  • 60 Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela 7,752.50
  • 61 Matt Sanders, Indianapolis 7,340.00
  • 62 Kenneth Ryan, Farmingdale, NJ 7,235.00
  • 63 Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas 6,915.00
  • 65 Kamron Doyle, Brentwood, Tenn. 6,623.00
  • 66 Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio 6,445.00
  • 67 Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio 6,358.00
  • 68 Brian Robinson, Morgantown, W.Va. 6,332.50
  • 69 Graham Fach, Canada 6,152.50
  • 70 Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y. 5,872.50
  • 71 Michael Davidson, Versailles, Ohio 5,770.00
  • 72 Jake Rollins, Glen Rock, N.J. 5,758.00
  • 73 Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio 5,733.00
  • 74 Michael Martell, Brooklyn, N.Y. 5,628.00
  • 75 Pontus Andersson, Sweden 5,455.00
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Professional Bowlers Association Sets Live Broadcast for the 2020 PBA League Draft Powered by BowlerX on May 17 Only on FloSports

by kwarner2 May 13, 2020 05:36

Over 50 Elite Eligible Players Available To Fill 26 Spots On 10 Teams Across The Country Including 2 All New Expansion Teams

Virtual Draft To Be Remotely Produced By FloSports For Broadcast on FloBowling; Coverage Begins At 7:00 PM Eastern

AUSTIN, Texas (May 10, 2020) – FloSports, the innovator in live sports streaming and original content, will stream the Professional Bowlers Association ‘2020 PBA League’ draft powered by BowlerX live on May 17. Due to COVID-19, the draft will be remotely produced by FloSports with managers making selections for their teams from their home locations. In total, over 50 elite draft-eligible professional bowlers will be available to fill 26 spots on 10 teams located across the country, including two all-new expansion teams. Coverage begins at 7:00 PM Eastern on FloBowling.

The PBA League, established in 2013 by the Professional Bowlers Association, features 5-player teams of the top bowlers in the world historically competing on eight original teams including Portland Lumberjacks, L.A. X, Dallas Strikers, NYC KingPins, Silver Lake Atom Splitters, Motown Muscle, Brooklyn Styles and Philadelphia Hitmen. The League will be adding two expansion clubs this season, the Las Vegas High Rollers and the Brew City Ballers (Milwaukee), bringing the number of teams to 10.

To be eligible for the draft, players must be ranked in the top 75 from a rolling PBA points list of 2019 and 2020 events. Headlining the list of eligible players are PBA champions Sean Rash, Francois Lavoie, Dick Allen, Andrew Anderson, BJ Moore, Jake Peters, Thomas Larsen, Jason Sterner, Ryan Ciminelli, DJ Archer, Osku Palermaa, Andres Gomez, Richard Teece, Ronnie Russell, Matt Ogle, Matt Sanders, Graham Fach, Ryan Shafer and Chris Loschetter. A full draft-eligible list is below.

PBA Tour Commissioner, Tom Clark, will preside over the draft. FloSports will produce this year’s PBA League Draft using a 12-person production team each working remotely in Austin, TX and other cities around the country. This year’s broadcast, available only on FloBowling, includes a 20-minute preshow featuring a preview of the draft as well as analysis and commentary from FloSports reporters and other guests. The League Draft show will include pre-taped packages, live interviews, video from team manager home offices as well as player reactions. This will be the second year FloSports has broadcast the PBA League draft.

The draft order, complete list of eligible players and current PBA team managers and players are listed below.

DRAFT ORDER (Snake draft)
Round 1:
1. Las Vegas
2. Brew City

Round 2:
1 (3). Brew City
2 (4). Las Vegas

Round 3:
1 (5). Las Vegas
2 (6). Brew City
3 (7). Philadelphia
4 (8). Brooklyn
5 (9). Motown
6 (10). Silver Lake
7 (11). NYC
8 (12). Dallas
9 (13). L.A.
10 (14). Portland

Round 4:
1 (15). Portland
2 (16). L.A.
3 (17). Dallas
4 (18). NYC
5 (19). Silver Lake
6 (20. Motown
7 (21). Brooklyn
8 (22). Philadelphia
9 (23). Brew City
10 (24). Las Vegas

Round 5:
1 (25). Las Vegas
2 (26). Brew City

DRAFT ELIGIBLE PLAYERS (listed in order by PBA points 2019-2020):

  • 5 Sean Rash Montgomery, Ill. 41,360.00
  • 13 Francois Lavoie, Canada 28,660.50
  • 17 Dick Allen, Lexington, S.C. 24,622.50
  • 19 AJ Johnson, Oswego, Ill. 24,165.50
  • 20 Brad Miller, Lees Summit, Mo. 23,990.00
  • 22 Darren Tang, Las Vegas 22,138.00
  • 25 Nicholas Pate, Inver Grove Heights, Minn. 18,440.00
  • 27 Andrew Anderson, Holly, Mich. 17,838.00
  • 30 AJ Chapman, Manchester, Iowa 16,887.50
  • 31 BJ Moore, Greensburg, Pa. 16,378.00
  • 32 Mitch Hupe, Canada 16,185.50
  • 33 Jake Peters Henderson, Nev. 15,325.00
  • 34 Thomas Larsen, Denmark 15,288.00
  • 35 Jason Sterner, Rochester, NY 15,278.00
  • 36 Anthony Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas 14,672.50
  • 37 Ryan Ciminelli Lancaster, S.C. 14,500.50
  • 38 DJ Archer Friendswood, Texas 14,290.00
  • 39 Chris Via Springfield, Ohio 14,115.00
  • 40 Zacharay Wilkins, Canada 14,090.50
  • 41 Osku Palermaa, Finland 13,615.00
  • 42 Patrick Girard, Canada 13,455.00
  • 43 Andres Gomez, Colombia 12,080.00
  • 44 Sam Cooley, Australia 11,723.00
  • 45 Mykel Holliman, Collierville, Tenn. 11,320.00
  • 46 Michael Tang, San Francisco 11,065.00
  • 47 Richard Teece, England 10,620.00
  • 49 Patrick Hanrahan, Wichita, Kan. 10,440.00
  • 50 Christopher Sloan, Ireland 10,415.00
  • 51 Martin Larsen, Sweden 10,390.00
  • 52 Greg Ostrander, Brick, N.J. 9,588.00
  • 53 Ronnie Russell, Marion, Ind. 9,337.50
  • 54 Arturo Quintero, Mexico 8,628.00
  • 55 Sean Lavery-Spahr, Pasadena, Texas 8,562.50
  • 56 Greg Young Viera, Fla. 8,490.00
  • 57 Matthew Ogle, Louisville, Ky. 8,447.50
  • 58 Matthew McNiel, Minneapolis, Minn. 8,300.00
  • 59 Nick Kruml, Downers Grove, Ill. 8,183.00
  • 60 Ildemaro Ruiz, Venezuela 7,752.50
  • 61 Matt Sanders, Indianapolis 7,340.00
  • 62 Kenneth Ryan, Farmingdale, NJ 7,235.00
  • 63 Nathan Bohr, Austin, Texas 6,915.00
  • 65 Kamron Doyle, Brentwood, Tenn. 6,623.00
  • 66 Zeke Bayt, Westerville, Ohio 6,445.00
  • 67 Brandon Novak, Chillicothe, Ohio 6,358.00
  • 68 Brian Robinson, Morgantown, W.Va. 6,332.50
  • 69 Graham Fach, Canada 6,152.50
  • 70 Ryan Shafer, Horseheads, N.Y. 5,872.50
  • 71 Michael Davidson, Versailles, Ohio 5,770.00
  • 72 Jake Rollins, Glen Rock, N.J. 5,758.00
  • 73 Chris Loschetter, Avon, Ohio 5,733.00
  • 74 Michael Martell, Brooklyn, N.Y. 5,628.00
  • 75 Pontus Andersson, Sweden 5,455.00

CURRENT PBA LEAGUE TEAM ROSTERS
*Note: Three protected players from 2019

Motown Muscle
Manager: Del Ballard
EJ Tackett
Anthony Simonsen
Josh Blanchard

Philadelphia Hitmen
Manager: Jason Couch
Dom Barrett
Tom Smallwood
Shawn Maldonado

Brooklyn Styles
Manager: Johnny Petraglia
Walter Ray Williams Jr.
Brad Angelo
Rhino Page

Dallas Strikers
Manager: Norm Duke
Norm Duke
Tommy Jones
Bill O'Neill

L.A. X
Manager: Andrew Cain
Jason Belmonte
Jakob Butturff
Stu Williams

Portland Lumberjacks
Manager: Tim Mack
Wes Malott
Kyle Troup
Kris Prather

Silver Lake Atom Splitters
Manager: Mark Baker
Chris Barnes
Jesper Svensson
Tom Daugherty

NYC KingPins
Manager: Carolyn Dorin-Ballard
Pete Weber
Marshall Kent
Kyle Sherman

Las Vegas High Rollers (expansion team)
Manager: Amleto Monacelli

Brew City Ballers (expansion team)
Manager: Marshall Holman

About the PBA
The Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) is the world’s preeminent organization dedicated to the sport of bowling and its professional competition, with thousands of members and millions of fans throughout the world. The PBAplays host to bowling’s biggest tournaments from the Go Bowling! PBA Tour, PBARegional Tour, and PBA50 Tour. In 2019, the PBA was acquired by Bowlero Corporation, the world’s largest owner and operator of bowling entertainment centers with more than 300 locations throughout North America. For more information, please visit PBA.com and BowleroCorp.com.

About FloSports
Founded in 2006, FloSports is a venture-backed subscription video streaming service dedicated to sports, offering live and on-demand access to hundreds of thousands of competition events across 25+ vertical sport categories in the US and abroad. FloSports’ mission is to give underserved sports the love they deserve. With a growing library of more than 300,000 hours of premium content including news, expert commentary, films, documentaries and more, FloSports has established itself as an innovator and leader in sports streaming. Finally, your sport has a home. For more information, please visit: flosports.tv.

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