Angelo in Hunt for First Title

by PBA Editor September 17, 2004 19:00
The 2003-04 PBA World Point Rankings leader is up to his old tricks again, as Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., leads the Dydo Drinco Japan Cup 2004 after the first two sessions of round robin match play Saturday at the Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel Bowling Center. Angelo, who was 5th after the first eight-game match play session earlier in the day, finished Friday with a 12-4 match play record and a 228.31 average. He shot a high game of 299 on the day, and was ranked no less than 3rd throughout Friday evening’s eight-game session. “The pins were very generous to me today,” said Angelo, who is looking for his first career PBA Tour title. “I happened to bowl the right people at the right time.” Tommy Jones, Mauldin, S.C., is 35-pins behind Angelo with a 3,618 16-game pinfall and an 11-5 record. Japan’s Akio Harada is 3rd with 3,631 and a 10-5-1 record while PBA Hall of Famer Amleto Monacelli is 4th with 3,657 and a 9-7 mark. Defending champion Chris Barnes is 9th after going 9-7 with a 224.87 average. Six-time PBA Tour title winner Steve Jaros was in the top 10 through the first 10 games, but fell to 20th, finishing with a 213.68 average and an 8-8 record. The 32 bowlers return Sunday for 16 more games of round robin match play. The top 9 bowlers will advance to the final round Monday. The top five bowlers will be a lock for the televised finals while the 6th through 9th place bowlers will bowl one game prior to the show to determine the final spot. SECOND ROUND ROBIN MATCH PLAY SESSION (Pos., name, round-robin match play record, 16-game pinfall. Thirty bonus pins awarded for each match play victory. Fifteen bonus pins awarded for each match play tie.) 1, Brad Angelo, 12-4-0, 3,653. 2, Tommy Jones, 11-5-0, 3,618. 3, Akio Harada, 10-5-1, 3,631. 4, Amleto Monacelli, 9-7-0, 3,657. 5, Isao Yamamoto, 10-6-0, 3,627. 6, Mika Koivuniemi, 11-5-0, 3,559. 7, Minoru Sendan, 9-7-0, 3,609. 8, Robert Smith, 8-8-0, 3,632. 9, Chris Barnes, 9-7-0, 3,598. 10, Doug Kent, 11-5-0, 3,528. 11, Pete Weber, 11-5-0, 3,485. 12, Jason Couch, 9-7-0, 3,538. 13, Hiroshi Ohashi, 10-6-0, 3,498. 14, Tae-Hwa Jeong, 8-7-1, 3,520. 15, Brian Voss, 8-8-0, 3,519. 16, Michael Haugen Jr., 8-8-0, 3,487. 17, Atsushi Takahashi, 8-8-0, 3,482. 18, Yoshiki Osawa, 8-8-0, 3,467. 19, Shigeyuki Mizuno, 6-10-0, 3,520. 20, Steve Jaros, 8-8-0, 3,419. 21, Takeo Sakai, 5-11-0, 3,506. 22, Tamiki Miike, 7-9-0, 3,446. 23, Mike Scroggins, 8-8-0, 3,314. 24, Mike Machuga, 7-9-0, 3,340. 25, Takeshi Taniguchi, 9-7-0, 3,279. 26, Lonnie Waliczek, 5-11-0, 3,395. 27, Danny Wiseman, 7-9-0, 3,318. 28, Yoshimi Kitaoka, 3-13-0, 3,318. 29, Yukio Yamazaki, 7-9-0, 3,295. 30, Nobuyuki Chou, 5-11-0, 3,244. 31, Tohru Nishikawa, 5-11-0, 3,236. 32, Patrick Allen, 3-13-0, 3,288.
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Qualifying is Completed

by PBA Editor September 16, 2004 19:00
Seventeen of 20 PBA Tour members have advanced to the round of 32, round robin match play in the Dydo Drinco Japan Cup 2004, after qualifying was completed Friday at the Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel Bowling Center. Tommy Jones, last year’s runner up, was the top qualifier finishing with a 6,403 27- game pinfall, including averaging 239.00 over nine games on Friday. “The tournament’s not even halfway over, so (my position) doesn’t really matter,” said Jones, Mauldin, S.C. “They treat you so well here that you want to put on a good show for the fans.” PBA Tour members took the top 10 qualifying spots, as Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., finished 2nd with 6,277 and Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., was 3rd with 6,263. Defending champion Chris Barnes finished 12th with 5,990 while the 2004 PBA Player of the Year Mika Koivuniemi, Hartland, Mich., was 25th with 5,895. Two-time PBA Tour title winner Lonnie Waliczek, Wichita, Kan., was 33rd through 26 games, but shot 234 in his final game to lift him to 27th place with 5,888. PBA Hall of Famer and 39-time PBA Tour title winner Walter Ray Williams Jr., was 55th with 5,750. Williams is the only PBA Tour member to compete in each of the 20 Japan Cups the PBA has been involved with. Other PBA members failing to make the cut included Hugh Miller, Seattle, who was 58th with 5,727 and Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., who finished 47th with 5,810. The 32 remaining bowlers will have their qualifying totals cleared and will begin round-robin match play Saturday. The six-bowler stepladder televised finals will be held Monday, Sept. 20. THIRD ROUND QUALIFIER (Pos., name and 27-game pinfall. Top 32 advance. Finishers 33-44 earn $1,000 and finishers 45-63 earn $700. PBA members are in bold.) 1. Tommy Jones 6,403 2. Patrick Allen 6,277 3. Brad Angelo 6,263 4. Michael Haugen Jr. 6,179 5. Steve Jaros 6,118 6. Danny Wiseman 6,104 7. Amleto Monacelli 6,024 8. Pete Weber 6,008 9. Robert Smith 6,008 10. Doug Kent 5,998 11. Minoru Sendan 5,994 12. Chris Barnes 5,990 13. Tamiki Miike 5,963 14. Tae-Hwa Jeong 5,963 15. Takeshi Taniguchi 5,962 16. Isao Yamamoto 5,954 17. Michael Machuga 5,954 18. Brian Voss 5,951 19. Hiroshi Ohashi 5,940 20. Yoshimi Kitaoka 5,932 21. Shigeyuki Mizuno 5,925 22. Mike Scroggins 5,916 23. Takeo Sakai 5,907 24. Jason Couch 5,898 25. Mika Koivuniemi 5,895 26. Yoshiki Osawa 5,892 .27. Lonnie Waliczek 5,888 28. Yukio Yamazaki 5,882 29. Atsushi Takahashi 5,881 30. Nobuyuki Chou 5,880 31. Akio Harada 5,873 32. Touru Nishikawa 5,869 33. Kageyuki Amano 5,866 34. Toshio Umeda 5,859 35. Subaru Nagano 5,856 36. Hidenori Shibata 5,852 37. Shigenori Sakata 5,846 38. Shyoji Kawada 5,843 39. Kouichi Kawada 5,842 40. Yasuyuki Sadamatsu 5,840 41. Susumu Nakazawa 5,838 42. Shinichiro Tamai 5,831 43. Kunihiko Nishimura 5,828 44. Toshifumi Kojima 5,823 45. Koichi Takahashi 5,822 46. Takamasa Ohta 5,815 47. Ryan Shafer 5,810 48. Hisayoshi Nishida 5,805 49. Akiyoshi Hokura 5,801 50. Hideyuki Okano 5,786 51. Akihiko Hara 5,762 52. Hiroshi Nagatani 5,758 53. Ryota Ichihara 5,755 54. Junichi Yajima 5,750 55. Walter Ray Williams Jr. 5,750 56. Masahiro Suto 5,736 57. Yutaka Mori 5,733 58. Hugh Miller 5,727 59. Akira Matsuda 5,725 60. Byeong-Yeol Moon 5,696 61. Takashi Masuda 5,649 62. Toshitaka Shinozaki 5,623 63. Shuzo Harada 5,563
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Allen Keeps Top Spot

by PBA Editor September 15, 2004 19:00
YOKOHAMA, Japan – Patrick Allen, Tarrytown, N.Y., continued his torrid pace in the Dydo Drinco Japan Cup 2004, averaging 232.66 over nine games Thursday to finish with a 4,308 18-game pinfall after the first two rounds at the Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel Bowling Center. Allen, one of four left-handed PBA Tour members competing this week, began Thursday with a 174 before rebounding with scores of 234, 248 and 237. The two-time PBA Tour title winner holds a 56-pin lead over Tommy Jones, Mauldin, S.C., who finished with 4,252. “I’m just trying to bowl as well as I can to get to the top 32,” said Allen. “I think the lanes are pretty easy on both sides. The easier the lane condition, the less the lefties will have to move around. If the lanes start out easy on both sides, the left side should be easier in the long run.” PBA Tour members hold the top five spots heading into Friday’s action with Brad Angelo, Lockport, N.Y., 3rd with 4,216. Brian Voss, a 22-time PBA Tour title winner from Alpharetta, Ga., is 4th with 4,171 while left-hander Jason Couch, Clermont, Fla., is 5th with 4,104. Pete Weber, St. Ann, Mo., improved his ranking by 45 spots on day two, finishing 15th overall with 4,011 after averaging 230.88 over nine-games Thursday. All 20 PBA Tour pros competing this week advanced to Friday’s action, with Ryan Shafer, Elmira, N.Y., narrowly making the round of 63 by finishing 62nd with 3,831. After the top 63 bowlers play another nine-game qualifying set Friday, the field will be cut to the top 32 for round-robin match play Saturday. The six-bowler stepladder televised finals will be held Monday, Sept. 20. SECOND ROUND QUALIFIER (Pos., name and 18-game pinfall. Top 63 advance. PBA Tour bowlers are bolded.) 1. Patrick Allen 4,308 2. Tommy Jones 4,252 3. Brad Angelo 4,216 4. Brian Voss 4,171 5. Jason Couch 4,104 6. Shinichiro Tamai 4,091 7. Tae-Hwa Jeong 4,079 8. Steve Jaros 4,075 9. Michael Haugen Jr. 4,056 10. Lonnie Waliczek 4,055 11. Michael Machuga 4,035 12. Minoru Sendan 4,024 13. Takeshi Taniguchi 4,019 14. Takeo Sakai 4,017 15. Pete Weber 4,011 16. Amleto Monacelli 4,006 17. Robert Smith 4,001 18. Nobuyuki Chou 3,995 19. Danny Wiseman 3,989 20. Atsushi Takahashi 3,984 21. Akihiko Hara 3,983 22. Isao Yamamoto 3,982 23. Yasuyuki Sadamatsu 3,953 24. Takashi Masuda 3,951 25. Mike Scroggins 3,948 26. Hiroshi Ohashi 3,947 27. Yoshimi Kitaoka 3,941 28. Susumu Nakazawa 3,936 29. Shyoji Kawada 3,919 30. Hidenori Shibata 3,918 31. Shigenori Sakata 3,913 32. Koichi Takahashi 3,912 33. Subaru Nagano 3,905 34. Chris Barnes 3,904 35. Yoshiki Osawa 3,903 36. Shigeyuki Mizuno 3,902 37. Touru Nishikawa 3,902 38. Kouichi Kawada 3,902 39. Yukio Yamazaki 3,902 40. Yutaka Mori 3,894 41. Doug Kent 3,891 42. Toshio Umeda 3,887 43. Takamasa Ohta 3,886 44. Akiyoshi Hokura 3,883 45. Junichi Yajima 3,879 46. Kageyuki Amano 3,878 47. Hideyuki Okano 3,877 48. Mika Koivuniemi 3,876 49. Toshitaka Shinozaki 3,876 50. Toshifumi Kojima 3,873 51. Shuzo Harada 3,873 52. Tamiki Miike 3,869 53. Ryota Ichihara 3,854 54. Hugh Miller 3,854 55. Akira Matsuda 3,853 56. Byeong-Yeol Moon 3,853 57. Hiroshi Nagatani 3,852 58. Kunihiko Nishimura 3,851 59. Akio Harada 3,845 60. Hisayoshi Nishida 3,837 61. Walter Ray Williams Jr. 3,836 62. Ryan Shafer 3,831 63. Masahiro Suto 3,827 Missed Cut 64. Naoharu Okabe 3,827 65. Yoshiyuki Takei 3,827 66. Manabu Mochida 3,824 67. Hyeok-Yong Kweon 3,821 68. Yoshihiro Gima 3,818 69. Masahiro Yoshino 3,813 70. Yasuhiko Fujiwara 3,813 71. Yong-Jin Gu 3,810 72. Masashi Ono 3,799 73. Shuichi Araki 3,797 74. Takashi Kudou 3,797 75. Takayuki Yoshikawa 3,792 76. Masanao Ifuku 3,783 77. Kazuhiro Nakano 3,783 78. Takayuki Kobori 3,782 79. Akihiro Kojima 3,778 80. Hiroshi Yamamoto 3,773 81. Ryo Nishimura 3,772 82. Akihiro Sunako 3,770 83. Tae-Seon Yang 3,769 84. Jin-Kyu Lee 3,760 85. Kengo Tagata 3,757 86. Seong-Yu Kang 3,755 87. Takao Asakura 3,753 88. Shigemi Ohwada 3,746 89. Tomoyuki Sasaki 3,744 90. Shigeyuki Wakamoto 3,741 91. Fumitaka Teramura 3,741 92. Tomoaki Uchiyama 3,740 93. Yoichi Hirayama 3,739 94. Yuuji Toyoda 3,739 95. Norio Kuroda 3,737 96. Fumimasa Tokukura 3,736 97. Ryuusei Azuma 3,735 98. Jin Ohtomo 3,733 99. Tsuyoshi Sato 3,732 100. Hiroyuki Kuretake 3,729 101. Takashi Taniai 3,723 102. Akio Ishihara 3,723 103. Robert Lee 3,723 104. Kunio Yoshikawa 3,722 105. Toshitake Uetake 3,722 106. Wataru Segawa 3,720 107. Yoshihiro Kaji 3,717 108. Tomokatsu Yamashita 3,711 109. Tsutomu Kagaya 3,710 110. Takeshi Suda 3,708 111. Takashi Ohyauchi 3,707 112. Yoshihiro Sakuraba 3,706 113. Yasuhiro Uemura 3,702 114. Shigehito Hajikano 3,700 115. Masayuki Seiriki 3,688 116. Masayuki Kurobane 3,683 117. Takashi Mekaru 3,682 118. Yasuharu Tsuno 3,682 119. Kazuhisa Koike 3,682 120. Takanori Shigesaki 3,675 121. Muneyasu Furugen 3,675 122. Naoyuki Iguchi 3,675 123. Takayuki Kato 3,672 124. Toshifumi Sumitomo 3,672 125. Joe Jolly 3,672 126. Teruyuki Obara 3,666 127. Masahiko Harada 3,662 128. Hiroto Kimura 3,661 129. Jyunpei Inoue 3,653 130. Makoto Kodama 3,652 131. Nobuaki Takahashi 3,650 132. Yoshinori Minami 3,646 133. Susumu Endo 3,644 134. Takayuki Suzuki 3,641 135. Masahiro Arimizu 3,640 136. Tatsuyuki Kataoka 3,631 137. Kyoji Yoshino 3,623 138. Yong-Hwan Byun 3,623 139. Koichiro Tamaki 3,620 140. Eiji Takahashi 3,619 141. Daisuke Kobori 3,616 142. Taro Syoji 3,609 143. Kinta Yano 3,608 144. Yoshinari Matsumura 3,603 145. Keisuke Aita 3,594 146. Kentaro Toi 3,593 147. Makoto Yokouchi 3,590 148. Daisuke Honda 3,577 149. Atsuo Arishima 3,573 150. Yoshihumi Egashira 3,572 151. Takatoshi Mizutani 3,568 152. Takamitsu Suzuki 3,568 153. Hiromasa Yamamoto 3,552 154. Yasushi Kurokawa 3,550 155. Mitsuru Mochizuki 3,550 156. Hirotsugu Kawanishi 3,545 157. Hiroyo Saito 3,541 158. Young-Pil Kim 3,527 159. Kenji Ogura 3,522 160. Young-Choon Song 3,521 161. Tatsuya Nagai 3,497 162. Ippei Ohgi 3,497 163. Tsuyoshi Nakane 3,488 164. Takashi Tanaka 3,486 165. Kazunori Tokue 3,477 166. Takayuki Taniyama 3,467 167. Tamio Shiokawa 3,466 168. Haruo Kimoto 3,462 169. Akifumi Takashiro 3,460 170. Noboru Hayashi 3,454 171. Kouji Hashimoto 3,450 172. Kunihiko Yokobe 3,436 173. Yoshinobu Konishi 3,421 174. Keigo Tanaka 3,416 175. Ikuo Senba 3,412 176. Fumihiro Hasegawa 3,412 177. Shinichi Ohnuma 3,406 178. Hiroshi Katsuta 3,375 179. Shinichi Shimura 3,374 180. Yuuki Ishikawa 3,366 181. Hidenori Masuko 3,360 182. Kazushi Ogawa 3,339 183. Takuya Murakami 3,302 184. koji Shibuya 3,158 185. Akihiro Nakatani 3,148 186. Naoyuki Takamatsu 3,107 187. Koji Kubota 3,079 188. Tohru Sakuma 3,014 189. Takashi Matsumoto 2,986 190. Akihiro Sakurai 2,981 191. Masakatsu Ohtsuka 1,679 192. Daisuke Yamashita 1,587
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PBA Visits Medford, Ore. For Fourth Straight Year; Tickets Now On Sale

by PBA Editor September 14, 2004 19:00
Tickets for the 2004 PBA Earl Anthony Classic are now on sale. The 2004 PBA Earl Anthony Classic will be held at Lava Lanes in Medford, Ore. Wednesday, Dec. 8 through Sunday, Dec. 12. ESPN will broadcast the final rounds live at 10 a.m. PST on Sunday, Dec. 12 Individual ticket prices for the tournament range from $10 - $35 per day or a week-long pass for $45 (which does not include a ticket to the televised finals). Sunday’s finals ticket prices range from $15 - $60. Also on sale are PBA Pro-Am packages ranging from $89 - $199. The official PBA Pro-Ams will be held at Lava Lanes. Tickets for the PBA Earl Anthony Classic, as well as all Pro-Ams throughout the PBA Tour season, can be purchased three ways: • Online at the PBA’s official website, www.pba.com • Over the phone, at 1-866-PBA-PRO-AM (1-866-722-7762) or at Lava Lanes, 541-245-2755. • In person at Lava Lanes in Medford, Ore. The PBA kicks off its season with the Miller High Life Masters presented by the American Bowling Congress in Milwaukee, Wisc., Sunday, Oct. 24. One of four Majors, the Miller High Life Masters presented by the American Bowling Congress’ finals will air live from Miller Park on ESPN, Oct. 31, at Noon CST.
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Allen Awesome in Japan

by PBA Editor September 14, 2004 19:00
Bowling over 7,700 miles away from his hometown of Tarrytown, N.Y., PBA Tour member Patrick Allen used a 2,214 nine-game pinfall to take the lead after the first round Wednesday in the Dydo Drinco Japan Cup 2004 at Shin Yokohama Prince Hotel Bowling Center. Allen, who is bowling in his second Japan Cup, averaged 246.00 on the day. He opened up his set with scores of 236, 235 and 254. He shot high games of 268 in games five and six before finishing up with scores of 234, 267 and 247. The lanes are pretty easy to get to the pocket for a lot of people. Some people had a tough time carrying, but I had my fair share of breaks, said Allen, a two-time title winner on the PBA Tour. PBA Tour members hold the top seven spots after the first round, with last years runner-up, Tommy Jones, Mauldin, S.C., 2nd with 2,156. Left-hander Jason Couch is 3rd with 2,147 while Robert Smith, Thousand Oaks, Calif., is 4th with 2,128. The 2003-04 PBA World Point Rankings leader, Brad Angelo, is 5th with 2,126. Defending champion Chris Barnes, Flower Mound, Texas, sits in 33rd place with 1,976. The highest ranking Japanese Pro-Bowler Association member is left-hander Atsushi Takahashi, who is 8th with 2,082. The 192-bowler field which consists of PBA Tour, JPBA Tour , Korean Professional Bowlers Association members as well as amateurs, will return Thursday to bowl an additional nine games of qualifying. The field will be cut to the top 63 bowlers, who will bowl nine more games of qualifying on Friday. The six-bowler stepladder televised finals will be held Monday, Monday, Sept. 20. FIRST ROUND QUALIFIER (Pos., name and 9-game pinfall. PBA Tour bowlers bolded.)

1. Patrick Allen 2,214 2. Tommy Jones 2,156 3. Jason Couch 2,147 4. Robert Smith 2,128 5. Brad Angelo 2,126 6. Lonnie Waliczek 2,102 7. Mike Scroggins 2,085 8. Atsushi Takahashi 2,082 9. Isao Yamamoto 2,076 10. Brian Voss 2,071 11. Kouichi Kawada 2,060 12. Hugh Miller 2,060 13. Michael Machuga 2,058 14. Steve Jaros 2,057 15. Amleto Monacelli 2,053 16. Shinichiro Tamai 2,032 17. Shigenori Sakata 2,027 18. Hidenori Shibata 2,027 19. Shuzo Harada 2,026 20. Yasuyuki Sadamatsu 2,024 21. Walter Ray Williams Jr. 2,023 22. Kazuhiro Nakano 2,022 23. Minoru Sendan 2,012 24. Yukio Yamazaki 2,012 25. Akiyoshi Hokura 2,008 26. Shyoji Kawada 2,004 27. Akihiko Hara 1,998 28. Yoshiki Osawa 1,997 29. Tamiki Miike 1,994 30. Michael Haugen Jr. 1,992 31. Yoshimi Kitaoka 1,978 32. Koichi Takahashi 1,977 33. Chris Barnes 1,976 34. Tae-Hwa Jeong 1,972 35. Ryota Ichihara 1,970 36. Toshifumi Kojima 1,968 37. Touru Nishikawa 1,962 38. Manabu Mochida 1,962 39. Fumimasa Tokukura 1,961 40. Yuuji Toyoda 1,960 41. Tomoaki Uchiyama 1,957 42. Danny Wiseman 1,957 43. Yoshihiro Gima 1,956 44. Toshio Umeda 1,956 45. Doug Kent 1,954 46. Seong-Yu Kang 1,954 47. Kageyuki Amano 1,951 48. Takeo Sakai 1,948 49. Nobuyuki Chou 1,947 50. Shigeyuki Mizuno 1,946 51. Takayuki Yoshikawa 1,942 52. Takamasa Ohta 1,942 53. Yoshiyuki Takei 1,941 54. Masahiro Yoshino 1,941 55. Yasuhiko Fujiwara 1,941 56. Takashi Kudou 1,941 57. Takayuki Suzuki 1,940 58. Keisuke Aita 1,934 59. Jin Ohtomo 1,933 60. Pete Weber 1,933 61. Hisayoshi Nishida 1,933 62. Ryan Shafer 1,929 63. Akio Harada 1,927 64. Takeshi Taniguchi 1,926 65. Hiroshi Ohashi 1,925 66. Masanao Ifuku 1,924 67. Takashi Masuda 1,923 68. Masashi Ono 1,922 69. Kinta Yano 1,919 70. Junichi Yajima 1,918 71. Mika Koivuniemi 1,913 72. Yutaka Mori 1,912 73. Yong-Jin Gu 1,911 74. Hiroshi Nagatani 1,909 75. Ryo Nishimura 1,909 76. Jin-Kyu Lee 1,909 77. Kunihiko Nishimura 1,906 78. Akira Matsuda 1,905 79. Toshitaka Shinozaki 1,904 80. Yoshihiro Sakuraba 1,903 81. Masayuki Kurobane 1,902 82. Hyeok-Yong Kweon 1,901 83. Masayuki Seiriki 1,901 84. Toshifumi Sumitomo 1,899 85. Hideyuki Okano 1,895 86. Tsutomu Kagaya 1,894 87. Tomoyuki Sasaki 1,893 88. Taro Syoji 1,893 89. Yoshihiro Kaji 1,892 90. Ryuusei Azuma 1,890 91. Kunio Yoshikawa 1,890 92. Susumu Nakazawa 1,888 93. Masahiro Suto 1,887 94. Kentaro Toi 1,886 95. Shigehito Hajikano 1,886 96. Shuichi Araki 1,886 97. Muneyasu Furugen 1,886 98. ‚i‚‚… ‚i‚‚Œ‚™ 1,885 99. Kengo Tagata 1,884 100. Masahiko Harada 1,884 101. Naoyuki Iguchi 1,884 102. Takao Asakura 1,882 103. Shigemi Ohwada 1,874 104. Tae-Seon Yang 1,873 105. Tomokatsu Yamashita 1,871 106. Takayuki Kobori 1,871 107. Takashi Taniai 1,870 108. Makoto Kodama 1,869 109. Takamitsu Suzuki 1,868 110. Naoharu Okabe 1,867 111. Norio Kuroda 1,863 112. Akihiro Sunako 1,857 113. Akio Ishihara 1,851 114. Eiji Takahashi 1,851 115. Hiroshi Yamamoto 1,849 116. Toshitake Uetake 1,846 117. Kyoji Yoshino 1,846 118. Takayuki Kato 1,844 119. Yasuhiro Uemura 1,843 120. Masahiro Arimizu 1,838 121. Byeong-Yeol Moon 1,837 122. Tsuyoshi Sato 1,836 123. Yoichi Hirayama 1,835 124. Takeshi Suda 1,834 125. Subaru Nagano 1,829 126. Fumihiro Hasegawa 1,829 127. Jyunpei Inoue 1,824 128. Kazuhisa Koike 1,823 129. Hiromasa Yamamoto 1,822 130. Kenji Ogura 1,822 131.Takanori Shigesaki 1,820 132. Shigeyuki Wakamoto 1,819 133. Robert Lee 1,815 134. Daisuke Honda 1,814 135. Yasuharu Tsuno 1,812 136. Koichiro Tamaki 1,810 137. Takashi Mekaru 1,808 138. Haruo Kimoto 1,807 139. Teruyuki Obara 1,806 140. Hiroyuki Kuretake 1,804 141. Young-Pil Kim 1,799 142. Hirotsugu Kawanishi 1,798 143. Susumu Endo 1,797 144. Tamio Shiokawa 1,796 145. Hiroyo Saito 1,794 146. Wataru Segawa 1,793 147. Hiroto Kimura 1,792 148. Takashi Ohyauchi 1,791 149. Daisuke Kobori 1,790 150. Makoto Yokouchi 1,785 151. Tatsuyuki Kataoka 1,780 152. Tatsuya Nagai 1,779 153. Yong-Hwan Byun 1,779 154. Takatoshi Mizutani 1,778 155. Nobuaki Takahashi 1,774 156. Yasushi Kurokawa 1,770 157. Ikuo Senba 1,766 158. Akihiro Kojima 1,754 159. Kunihiko Yokobe 1,748 160. Tsuyoshi Nakane 1,745 161. Ippei Ohgi 1,745 162. Akifumi Takashiro 1,743 163. Mitsuru Mochizuki 1,742 164. Hidenori Masuko 1,741 165. Yoshinari Matsumura 1,741 166. Yoshihumi Egashira 1,737 167. Kouji Hashimoto 1,734 168. Yoshinobu Konishi 1,732 169. Shinichi Shimura 1,726 170. Yoshinori Minami 1,724 171. Shinichi Ohnuma 1,721 172. Takayuki Taniyama 1,712 173. Hiroshi Katsuta 1,712 174. Atsuo Arishima 1,712 175. Kazunori Tokue 1,702 176. Noboru Hayashi 1,693 177. Keigo Tanaka 1,691 178. Fumitaka Teramura 1,687 179. Yuuki Ishikawa 1,686 180. Masakatsu Ohtsuka 1,679 181. Takuya Murakami 1,662 182. Kazushi Ogawa 1,652 183. Takashi Tanaka 1,645 184. Young-Choon Song 1,638 185. Koji Shibuya 1,609 186. Akihiro Nakatani 1,588 187. Daisuke Yamashita 1,587 188. Naoyuki Takamatsu 1,582 189. Takashi Matsumoto 1,568 190. Akihiro Sakurai 1,545 191. Koji Kubota 1,498 192. Tohru Sakuma 1,467
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