Belmo's 227 Average Leads PBA Tour This Season

With just the U.S. Open remaining, Jason Belmonte leads the PBA Tour in average with 227.30 for 471 games.

Belmonte, who is the leading contender for 2019 PBA Player of the Year, has competed in 18 events so far this season, which is less than anyone else in the Top 10.

EJ Tackett has bowled 589 games on the national tour this season and sits in second with a 221.53 average. Lefty Jakob Butturff is third on the list with a 220.46 average for 512 games.

Here’s a look at the Top 50 (minimum of 10 events) in average so far this season on the PBA Tour: 

Pos.NameEventsTotal GamesAverage
1Jason Belmonte18471227.3
2EJ Tackett25589221.53
3Jakob Butturff23512220.46
4Norm Duke19421219.15
5Sean Rash25508218.56
6Bill O'Neill23485218.54
7Dom Barrett23465218.48
8Kristopher Prather24491217.66
9Tom Daugherty23506217.57
10Anthony Simonsen24503217.52
11Kyle Troup23425217.26
12Kyle Sherman20470217.24
13AJ Johnson22396216.81
14BJ Moore13281216.7
15Marshall Kent25474216.27
16Wes Malott22442215.76
17Brad Miller23430215.1
18Jake Peters15304214.94
19Josh Blanchard22412214.51
20Chris Barnes23486214.35
21Dick Allen21415213.95
22Jesper Svensson20340213.86
23Rhino Page19408213.74
24Francois Lavoie19344213.69
25AJ Chapman21385213.66
26Anthony Lavery-Spahr21383213.55
27Tommy Jones22411213.54
28Nicholas Pate20371213.5
29Martin Larsen11211213.35
30Darren Tang23373212.57
31Zacharay Wilkins18343212.3
32Ildemaro Ruiz10186212.25
33Sam Cooley20342211.88
34Tom Smallwood19344211.6
35Brad Angelo18342211.55
36Shawn Maldonado22391211.54
37Mitch Hupe19307211.51
38Andrew Anderson25454211.43
39Andres Gomez21365211.1
40Stuart Williams24395210.92
41Kurt Pilon11180210.88
42Jason Sterner21352210.84
43Thomas Larsen18313210.63
44Chris Loschetter13225210.42
45DJ Archer23409210.16
46Nick Kruml19287210.15
47Greg Ostrander18268210.01
48Osku Palermaa20331209.96
49Ryan Ciminelli17275209.82
50Matthew Ogle11202208.67

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