PBA Tour Scoring Records

 

Sept. 1, 2013

Total Pins
ROUND-ROBIN MATCH PLAY
OTHER SCORING RECORDS
TV RECORDS
EARNINGS AND TITLES
MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS

TOTAL PINS


5-GAME BLOCK
1,350, Joel Reyes (Fountain Valley, CA, 2007) 

6-GAME BLOCK
1,635, Norm Duke (Peoria, IL, 1994);
Dave Wodka (Wichita, KS, 1998)

7-GAME BLOCK
1,883, Rhino Page (Baltimore, MD, 2007)

8-GAME BLOCK
2,165, Billy Hardwick (Japan, 1968)

9-GAME BLOCK
2,468 Eugene McCune (Las Vegas, 2010)

10-GAME BLOCK
2,536    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

12-GAME BLOCK
3,083, Mike Aulby (Baltimore, MD, 1996)

14-GAME BLOCK
3,647 Eugene McCune (El Paso, TX, 2005)

15-GAME BLOCK
3,787    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

16-GAME BLOCK
4,116, Cassidy Schaub (Wichita, KS, 2009)

18-GAME BLOCK
4,696, Norm Duke (Peoria, IL, 1994)

20-GAME BLOCK
4,983    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

24-GAME BLOCK
6,109, Pete Weber (Las Vegas, NV, 1996)

25-GAME BLOCK
6,168    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

26-GAME BLOCK
6,783, Mike Aulby (Peoria, IL, 1995)

32-GAME BLOCK
8,016, Michael Machuga (Wichita, KS, 2009)

32-GAMES (with bonus pins)
8,166, Michael Machuga (Wichita, KS, 2009)

33-GAME BLOCK
8,189    Jason Belmonte, Allen Park, MI 2014)


33-GAME BLOCK (with bonus pins)
8,239    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

34-GAME BLOCK
8,740, Mike Aulby (Peoria, IL, 1995)

40-GAME BLOCK
10,081, Michael Machuga (Wichita, KS, 2009)

40-GAMES (with bonus pins)
10,411, Michael Machuga (Wichita, KS, 2009)

41-GAME BLOCK
10,047    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

41-GAME BLOCK (with bonus pins)
10,377    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

42-GAME BLOCK
10,544, Mike Aulby (Peoria, IL, 1995)

42 GAMES (with bonus pins)
11,124, Mike Aulby (Peoria, IL, 1995)

48-GAME BLOCK
11,888, Patrick Allen (Wichita, KS, 2009)

48 GAMES (with bonus pins)
12,308, Patrick Allen, Wichita, KS, 2009)

49-GAME BLOCK
11,911    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI 2014)

49-GAME BLOCK (with bonus pins)
12,451    Jason Belmonte (Allen Park, MI)

56-GAME BLOCK
13,540, Parker Bohn III (Las Vegas, NV, 1999)

56 GAMES (with bonus pins)
13,990, Parker Bohn III (Las Vegas, NV, 1999)

64-GAME BLOCK
14,924, Parker Bohn III (Akron, OH, 1999)

64 GAMES (with bonus pins)
15,479, Parker Bohn III (Akron, OH, 1999)


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ROUND-ROBIN MATCH PLAY



HIGH SCORE FOR 24TH QUALIFIER (18 games)
4,231, Rick Steelsmith and Matt Smith (Erie, PA., 1999)

TWENTY-FOURTH PLACE (MATCH PLAY) TO TITLE
Dave Soutar (Buffalo, NY, 1974);
Larry Laub (Adelphi, MD, 1979);
Pete Couture (Syracuse, NY, 1980);
Wayne Webb (Windsor Locks, CT, 1981);
Steve Martin (Buffalo, NY, 1982);
Les Zikes (Waukegan, IL, 1983);
Pete Weber (Windsor, Ontario, 1984);
Dale Eagle (Seattle, WA, 1986);
Brian Voss (Merritt Island, FL, 1989);
Mike Aulby (Atlantic City, NJ, 1989);
Mike Aulby (Edmond, OK, 1989);
Pete Weber (Indianapolis, IN, 1991);
Bryan Goebel (Peoria, IL, 1994);
Walter Ray Williams Jr. (Rochester, NY, 1995)

BEST MATCH GAME RECORD (16-game format)
16-0, Mike McGrath (Paramus, NJ, 1969)

BEST MATCH GAME RECORD (18-game format)
16-2, Wes Malott (West Babylon, NY, 2008)

BEST MATCH GAME RECORD (24-game format)
22-2, George Pappas (Kansas City, MO, 1974)

HIGHEST FIRST PLACE MARGIN (after match play)
770 pins, Dave Davis (42 games, Palatine, IL, 1980)

HIGH AVERAGE FOR 32-GAME TOURNAMENT
247.50, Chris Barnes (Vernon Hills, IL, 2007)

HIGH AVERAGE FOR 42-GAME TOURNAMENT
251.28, Mike Aulby (Peoria, IL, 1995)

HIGH AVERAGE, 48-GAME TOURNAMENT
247.67, Patrick Allen (Wichita, KS, 2009)

HIGH AVERAGE, 56-GAME TOURNAMENT
241.78, Parker Bohn III (Las Vegas, NV, 1999)

TOP 24 FINISHES, SEASON
28, Harry Smith and Dick Weber (1963)

BEST TOP 24 QUALIFYING PERCENTAGE, SEASON
89.7%, Mark Roth (1977)

CONSECUTIVE TOP 24 FINISHES
23, Dick Weber (1963)

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OTHER SCORING RECORDS



CONSECUTIVE 200s, INDIVIDUAL
79, Mike Scroggins, over two tournaments (Council Bluffs, IA; Milwaukee, WI, 2005)

200s IN ONE TOURNAMENT, INDIVIDUAL
56, John Denton (Sterling Heights, MI, 1980)

CONSECUTIVE 300s
3, Norm Duke, over two rounds (North Brunswick, NJ, April, 10, 1996)

300s IN SIX-GAME BLOCK, INDIVIDUAL
3, Charlie Standish (Peoria, IL, 1995)

300s IN SEVEN-GAME BLOCK, INDIVIDUAL
2, Michael Haugen Jr. (Council Bluffs, IA, 2005)
   Jason Couch (Council Bluffs, IA, 2005);
   Mika Koivuniemi (Hammond, IN, 2006);
   Ryan Shafer (Vernon Hills, IL, 2006);
   Tim Criss (Baltimore, MD, 2006)
   Brian Kretzer (Norwich, CT, 2008)
   Parker Bohn III (Las Vegas, 2013)

300s IN EIGHT-GAME BLOCK, INDIVIDUAL
3, Dave D’Entremont (Peoria, IL, 1995)

300s ONE TOURNAMENT, INDIVIDUAL
4, Walter Ray Williams Jr. (Mechanicsburg, PA, 1993);
Dave D’Entremont (Peoria, IL, 1995);
John Bauerle Jr. (Erie, PA, 1999)

300s ONE TOURNAMENT, ALL PLAYERS
31, Wichita, KS, 2009

300s ON PBA TOUR IN ONE SEASON, ALL PLAYERS
210 (1993)

300s IN ONE SEASON, INDIVIDUAL
8, Kelly Coffman (1994);
Dave D’Entremont (1995);
Eric Forkel (1995);
Steve Hoskins (1998);
Parker Bohn III (1999)

300s, INDIVIDUAL (includes PBA Tour, PBA50 Tour and regionals)
93 Walter Ray Williams Jr.

CONSECUTIVE TOURNAMENTS WITH
AT LEAST ONE 300

3, Jim Stefanich (Waukegan, IL; Grand Rapids, MI; South Bend, IN, 1972);
Steve Wunderlich (Garden City, NY; Windsor Locks, CT; Akron, OH, 1986);
Mike Miller (Taylor, MI; Torrance, CA; and Las Vegas, NV, 1990-91);
John Mazza (Las Vegas, NV, 1996; Reno, NV; Austin, TX, 1997);
Randy Pedersen (Grand Rapids, MI; Springfield, PA; Syosset, NY, 2002)

THREE-GAME SERIES
889, Jason Hurd (Tournament of Champions, Overland Park, KS; 1999)

HIGH AVERAGE, SEASON
228.81, Jason Belmonte (2012-13)

300-300 TIES IN MATCH PLAY
(300-300) Tom Baker vs. Pete Weber (Denver, CO, 1981);
Purvis Granger vs. Norm Duke (Las Vegas, NV, 1987);
David Ozio vs. Mike Edwards (San Antonio, TX, 1993);
Doug Wallace vs. Norm Duke (Kennewick, WA, 1995)

BIGGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY, ROUND ROBIN MATCH PLAY
172 pins, Larry Laub, 299; Mark Estes, 118 (Waukegan, IL,
1975)

MOST STRIKES TO OPEN TOURNAMENT
23, Jim Tilton (Windsor, Ontario, Canada, Aug. 4, 1985)

MOST CONSECUTIVE GAMES, SAME SCORE
8 (202), Stan Kodish (Toledo, Ohio, March 9, 1988)

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TV RECORDS

PERFECT GAMES ON NATIONAL TV (23)
1) Jack Biondolillo vs. Les Schissler, 216 (Akron, OH, April 1, 1967);
2) John Guenther vs. Don Johnson, 189 (San Jose, CA, Feb. 1, 1969);
3) Jim Stefanich vs. Glenn Carlson, 243 (Alameda, CA, Jan. 5, 1974);
4) Pete McCordic vs. Wayne Webb, 249 (Torrance, CA, Jan. 31, 1987);
5) @ Bob Benoit vs. Mark Roth, 255 (Grand Prairie, TX, Jan. 23, 1988; first game bowled on TV);
6) @ Mike Aulby vs. David Ozio, 279 (Wichita, KS, July 31, 1993);
7) Johnny Petraglia vs. Walter Ray Williams Jr., 194 (Toledo, OH, March 5, 1994);
8) Butch Soper vs. Bob Benoit, 236 (Reno, NV, July 12, 1994);
9) C.K. Moore vs. Parker Bohn III, 192 (Austin, TX, Feb. 2, 1996);
10) Bob Learn Jr. vs. Johnny Petraglia, 279 (Erie, PA, April 6, 1996);
11) Jason Queen vs. Bobby Fleetwood, 225 (Huntsville, AL, May 3, 1997; first game bowled on TV);
12) Steve Hoskins vs. Walter Ray Williams Jr., 234 (Rochester, NY, Oct. 15, 1997);
13) Parker Bohn III vs. Chris Sand, 246, and Mike Mullin, 191 (Reno, NV, May 9, 1998);
14) Steve Jaros vs. Ricky Ward, 200 (Chattanooga, TN, Feb. 13, 1999);
15) Mike Miller vs. Danny Wiseman, 266, and Tim Criss, 224 (Reno, NV, June 20, 1999);
16) Norm Duke vs. Walter Ray Williams Jr., 213 (Tacoma, WA, Jan. 5, 2003);
17) Mika Koivuniemi vs. Jason Couch, 248 (Windsor Locks, CT, Dec. 7, 2003);
18) Tony Reyes vs. Parker Bohn III, 215 (Taylor, MI, Nov. 5, 2006);
19) Ryan Shafer vs. Jeff Carter, 228 (Indianapolis, IN, March 18, 2007);
20) Rhino Page vs. Tae Hwe Jeong (Tokyo, Japan, April 25, 2009);
21) Jason Belmonte vs. Brian Kretzer, 231, and Mike Fagan, 220 (Las Vegas, Nov. 19, 2011)
22) Chris Barnes vs. Jason Belmonte, 215, and Sean Rash, 182 (Las Vegas, Nov. 19, 2011)
23) Sean Rash vs.  Chris Loschetter, 236 (Shawnee, OK, May 24, 2014)
@ - 300 game in title match.

PERFECT GAMES ON NATIONAL TV, PBA MAJOR CHAMPIONSHIP FINALS (4)
1) Jack Biondolillo vs. Les Schissler, 216 (PBA Tournament of Champions, Akron, OH, April 1, 1967);
2) Johnny Petraglia vs. Walter Ray Williams Jr., 194 (PBA National Championship, Toledo, OH, March 5, 1994);
3) Jason Queen vs. Bobby Fleetwood, 225 (USBC Masters, Huntsville, AL, May 3, 1997);
4) Parker Bohn III vs. Chris Sands, 246, and Mike Mullin, 191 (USBC Masters, Reno, NV, May 9, 1998)

HIGHEST SCORING MATCH ON NATIONAL TV
579, Mike Aulby, 300; David Ozio, 279 (Wichita, KS, 1993);
Bob Learn Jr., 300; Johnny Petraglia, 279 (Erie, PA, 1996)

HIGHEST SCORING TITLE MATCH ON NATIONAL TV
579, Mike Aulby 300, David Ozio 279 (Wichita, KS, 1993)

LARGEST MARGIN OF VICTORY ON NATIONAL TV
199, Mika Koivuniemi (299) vs. Tom Daugherty (100), PBA Tournament of Champions (Las Vegas, 2011)

MOST CONSECUTIVE STRIKES, CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND
18, Ryan Shafer (Indianapolis, 2007);
Pete Weber (Louisville, KY, 2001)

LOWEST SCORE ON NATIONAL TV
100, Tom Daugherty (Las Vegas, NV, 2011)

HIGHEST LOSING SCORE ON NATIONAL TV
280, Norm Duke (Peoria, IL, 1994)

LOWEST WINNING SCORE ON NATIONAL TV
157, Dennis Jacques (Windsor, Canada, 1983)

LOWEST COMBINED MATCH SCORE ON NATIONAL TV
296, Dennis Jacques 163, Joe Staton 133 (Anaheim, CA, 1983)

TWO-GAME SERIES ON NATIONAL TV
570 (300, 270), Bob Learn Jr. (Erie, PA, 1996)

THREE-GAME SERIES ON NATIONAL TV
850 (300, 270, 280), Bob Learn Jr. (Erie, PA, 1996)

FOUR-GAME SERIES ON NATIONAL TV
1,129 (300, 270, 280, 279) Bob Learn Jr. (Erie, PA, 1996)

HIGHEST COMPOSITE AVERAGE FINALS ON NATIONAL TV
276.50, averaged by five bowlers in four matches (Erie, PA, 1996)

MOST TV APPEARANCES CAREER
182, Walter Ray Williams Jr.

MOST TV APPEARANCES SEASON
15, Earl Anthony (1975, 1981);
Walter Ray Williams Jr. (1993)

CONSECUTIVE TV APPEARANCES
5, Don Johnson (over two seasons, 1971-72);
Earl Anthony (1981);
Chris Barnes (2000);
Walter Ray Williams Jr., 2x (2000, 2001);
Jason Couch (2001)

MOST CONSECUTIVE SEASONS WITH AT LEAST ONE TV APPEARANCE
26, Walter Ray Williams Jr. (1986-2011)

LONGEST TV WINNING STREAK
16, Jim Pencak (1989-91)

LONGEST TV LOSING STREAK
10, Marshall Holman (1981-82);
Steve Jaros (1993-97)

MOST COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IN TV FINALS
4, Scorpion Championship, 2010 (Korea, Canada, Australia, U.S.); 
Shark Championship, 2010 (Australia, Finland, Canada, U.S.)

7-10 SPLIT CONVERSIONS, NATIONAL TV (3)
1) Mark Roth (ARC Alameda Open, Alameda, CA, 1980)
2) John Mazza (Florida Open, Sunrise, FL, 1991)
3) Jess Stayrook (Tucson Open, Tucson, AZ, 1991)

MOST TELECASTS ONE SEASON, NO TITLES
12, Chris Barnes (2000)

MOST CAREER TELECASTS, NO SINGLES TITLES
23, Gil Sliker (1978-88);

MOST CAREER TELECASTS IN MAJOR EVENTS
26, Pete Weber

CAREER TV WINNING PERCENTAGE (MIN. 10 APPS.)

.733 (22-8), Jim Pencak 
.703 (38-16), Tommy Jones

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EARNINGS AND TITLES


MOST TITLES IN CAREER
47, Walter Ray Williams Jr.

MOST TITLES IN ONE SEASON
8, Mark Roth (1978)

MOST CONSECUTIVE TITLES (SINGLES ONLY)
3, Dick Weber (1959-60*)
Dick Weber (1961)
Johnny Petraglia (1971#)

* - Over two seasons
# - Tournament leader in all three events

MOST EARNINGS LIFETIME
$4,144,672, Walter Ray Williams Jr.

PBA TOUR EARNINGS, SEASON
$419,700, Walter Ray Williams Jr. (2002-03)

ROOKIE EARNINGS, SEASON
$84,811, Rhino Page (2008)

MOST EARNINGS IN ONE SEASON WITHOUT A TITLE
$153,306, Pete McCordic (1987)

MOST CASHES, SEASON
34, Tommy Hudson (1977)

MOST MAJOR TITLES IN CAREER
10 Earl Anthony and Pete Weber

MOST MAJOR TITLES IN SEASON
2, Bob Strampe (1964)
Wayne Zahn (1966)
Mike Limongello (1971)
Earl Anthony (1974)
Mark Roth (1984)
Mike Aulby (1989)
Mike Aulby (1995)
Walter Ray Williams Jr. (2002-03)
Doug Kent (2006-07)
Norm Duke (2007-08)

* - Over two seasons
# - Tournament leader in all three events

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MISCELLANEOUS RECORDS



MOST GAMES BOWLED IN ONE SEASON
1,300, Walter Ray Williams Jr. (1993)

CONSECUTIVE TOURNAMENT APPEARANCES
239, Harry Sullins (July, 1986 - August, 1993)

MOST PBA TOUR EVENTS, CAREER
840, Tom Baker  (1976-2013)

HIGHEST AMATEUR FINISH, PBA TOUR EVENT
1st, Brian Zeisig (West Babylon, NY, 2010)
      Yong-Jin Gu, South Korea (Scorpion Championship, Las Vegas, 2010) 
      Brett Wolfe (USBC Masters, 2003)
      Brian Boghosian (USBC Masters, 1999)

CONSECUTIVE DECADES WITH AT LEAST ONE PBA TITLE
(PBA Tour, Senior and/or Regional)
6   Johnny Petraglia
     Dick Weber (includes one regional title)
5    Dave Soutar
      Wayne Webb
      Henry Gonzalez
      George Pappas
      Dale Eagle

MOST COUNTRIES REPRESENTED IN A PBA TOUR EVENT
21   World Series of Bowling 2013, Las Vegas

WORLD SERIES OF BOWLING RECORDS (THRU 2012)

MOST TELEVISION APPEARANCES
13  Jason Belmonte

ALL-TIME EARNINGS
$191,190 Jason Belmonte

300 GAMES 4
4 Bill O’Neill 
  Dom Barrett
  Jason Belmonte

MOST TITLES
3 Jason Belmonte
   Bill O’Neill

ANIMAL PATTERN AND WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP COMBINED AVERAGE
223.19 Sean Rash (475 games)

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP AVERAGE
232.21 Sean Rash (192 games)

2013 PBA LEAGUE FINALS RESULTS

2013 PBA League Elias Cup Finals
Woodland Bowl, Indianapolis

Final Standings:
1, NYC WTT KingPins presented by GEICO (Tommy Jones, Jack Jurek, John Szczerbinski, Scott Norton, Pete Weber, Kelly Kulick), $75,000.
2, Motown Muscle (DJ Archer, Jesse Buss, Tom Smallwood, Ronnie Russell, Mike Fagan, Mike Scroggins), $30,000.
3, Dallas Strikers (Bryon Smith, Amleto Monacelli, Rhino Page, Mike Machuga, Norm Duke, Mike Wolfe), $20,000.
4, BROOKLYN STyLES (Walter Ray Williams Jr., Jason Sterner, Ryan Ciminelli, Ryan Shafer, Sean Rash, Tom Hess), $10,000.

Stepladder Finals (Baker format):
Match One – Dallas Strikers def. BROOKLYN STyLES, 217-172.
Semifinal Match - Motown Muscle def. Dallas Strikers, 216-190.
Championship (two games, total pinfall - New York City WTT KingPins (202-238) def. Motown Muscle (181-226), 440-407.