Home Center: Mel's Lone Star Lanes (Georgetown, TX)
Career PBA 300 Games: 11
Personal: Native of England now living in Phoenix, Ariz., with wife Tina (Stickney)a former collegiate standout at Texas A&M and son Brady...Holds a degree in accounting…Favorite sport is cricket…Favorite movie is Pulp Fiction…Favorite food is filet mignon...Used money won in “high roller” events to finance his Tour Trials bid in 2008-09...Most memorable bowling moment was winning the 2007 World Ranking Masters...All-time sports hero is Michael Jordon...Was England's Crown Green Bowls national junior champion at age 14.
2019: Finished second in Lubbock Sports Shootout losing to Jakob Butturff in title match 194-188.
Career: In 2018 won Tulsa Open for second career tour title by defeating top qualifier Andrew Anderson 237-215 in title match. Finished second in PBA-WBT Thailand losing to Danielle McEwan in title match 225-218. McEwan did not receive a PBA title by accepting handicap pins. Finished fourth in Brunwick Euro Challenge. Finished seventh in Barbasol PBA Players Championship...In 2017 finished third Xtra Frame Jonesboro Open losing to eventual winner Francois Lavoie 232-196 in semifinal match...In 2015 finished third in season-opening DHC PBA Japan Invitational. Lost to Chris Barnes in semifinal match 300-225...Had productive 2014 season with several top five finishes. Finished third in PBA World Championship, losing to eventual winner Mike Fagan 219-206 in semi-final match...Finished second to fellow countryman Dom Barrett in Qatar Open losing in two game championship match 395-388...Finished third in Kuwait International Open losing to second-place finisher Dom Barrett, 243-202 in semifinal match...Finished third in PBA World Championship after being eliminated by eventual winner Mike Fagan in semifinal match 219-206...Won PBA Viper Open in 2011-12 season for first career PBA Tour title and to become first player from England to win a Tour title...Won 2007 WTBA World Ranking Masters…Has won international titles in nine countries…Has 300 games in 12 different countries…Finished sixth in 2009 PBA Tour Trials...In 2009-10 season, had three top 10 finishes with a career-best of sixth in Cheetah Championship...In 2010-11 competed in only half the season with best finish of 15th in One A Day Earl Anthony Memorial...In 2012-13 Finished third in USBC Masters losing to Wes Malott in semifinal match 202-185...Finished third in WSOB V Viper Championship losing to Chris Barnes 200-171 in semifinal match...Owns three PBA regional titles.
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