Results: 2020 PBA Oklahoma Open Qualifying Round 1

PBA Oklahoma Open - Qualifying Round 1

PosNameHometownSquadGamesTotal
Pinfall
+/-
200
Average
1Sam CooleyAustraliaA6
1435+235239.17

2Ryan CiminelliLancaster, S.C.B6
1407+207234.50

3Kristopher PratherPlainfield, Ill.A6
1390+190231.67

4Darren TangLas VegasA6
1367+167227.83

5Kyle ShermanO'Fallon, Mo.A6
1362+162227.00

6DJ ArcherSpring, TexasA6
1360+160226.67

7Tom SmallwoodSaginaw, Mich.A6
1359+159226.50

8Greg YoungViera, Fla.B6
1352+152225.33

9Nicholas PateInver Grove Heights, Minn.B6
1350+150225.00

10Marshall KentYakima, Wash.B6
1347+147224.50

11Michael TangJohnstown, OhioA6
1345+145224.17

12Andrew AndersonHolly, Mich.A6
1343+143223.83

13Jesper SvenssonSwedenB6
1342+142223.67

14Brad MillerLees Summit, Mo.B6
1341+141223.50

15Patrick GirardCanadaB6
1334+134222.33

16Matt SandersEvansville, Ind.A6
1331+131221.83

17Tom DaughertyRiverview, Fla.A6
1329+129221.50

18Jason BelmonteAustraliaB6
1325+125220.83

18Osku PalermaaFinlandB6
1325+125220.83

20AJ ChapmanManchester, IowaB6
1324+124220.67

20Shawn MaldonadoHoustonA6
1324+124220.67

22Jakob ButturffTempe, Ariz.A6
1321+121220.17

23Francois LavoieCanadaB6
1320+120220.00

24Dino CastilloHighland Village, TexasA6
1318+118219.67

25Jaroslav LorencCzech RepublicB6
1313+113218.83

26Sean RashMontgomery, Ill.A6
1310+110218.33

26Mitch HupeWichita, Kan.B6
1310+110218.33

28Patrick HanrahanWichita, Kan.B6
1309+109218.17

28Michael MartellBrooklyn, N.Y.A6
1309+109218.17

30Dick AllenLexington, S.C.A6
1300+100216.67

31Greg OstranderBrick, N.J.A6
1292+92215.33

32Thomas LarsenDenmarkB6
1288+88214.67

33Bill O'NeillLanghorne, Pa.B6
1280+80213.33

34Dom BarrettEnglandB6
1278+78213.00

35Jim PrattAvondale, Ariz.A6
1275+75212.50

36Michael DavidsonVersailles, OhioA6
1274+74212.33

36Keven WilliamsSpringfield, Mo.,A6
1274+74212.33

38Mykel HollimanCollierville, Tenn.A6
1273+73212.17

39Jake PetersHenderson, Nev.B6
1262+62210.33

39Stuart WilliamsEnglandB6
1262+62210.33

41Nate GarciaPort St. Lucie, Fla.B6
1260+60210.00

42Nick KrumlDowners Grove, Ill.A6
1259+59209.83

42Graham FachUrbana, OhioA6
1259+59209.83

44EJ TackettBluffton, Ind.A6
1256+56209.33

45Ildemaro RuizVenezuelaB6
1255+55209.17

45Russ OviattSioux Falls, S.D.B6
1255+55209.17

45Kyle TroupTaylorsville, N.C.B6
1255+55209.17

48Wesley Low Jr.Palmdale, Calif.B6
1254+54209.00

49Tom HessGranger, IowaB6
1253+53208.83

50Zac TackettHuntington, Ind.A6
1243+43207.17

51Zeke BaytWesterville, OhioA6
1238+38206.33

52Anthony SimonsenLittle Elm, TexasA6
1234+34205.67

53Kim BollebySwedenB6
1233+33205.50

54Richard TeeceEnglandA6
1229+29204.83

55Arturo QuinteroMexicoB6
1228+28204.67

56Mattt RussoFariview Heights, Ill.B6
1227+27204.50

57Anthony Lavery-SpahrPasadena, TexasB6
1226+26204.33

58Matthew OgleLouisville, Ky.A6
1224+24204.00

59Jason SternerRochester, N.Y.A6
1220+20203.33

60Ronnie RussellMarion, Ind.A6
1219+19203.17

61Mike CoffeyMelbourne, Fla.B6
1217+17202.83

62Sean Lavery-SpahrPasadena, TexasB6
1210+10201.67

63Nathan BohrAustin, TexasB6
1207+7201.17

63David KrolNixa, Mo.A6
1207+7201.17

65Tommy JonesSimpsonville, S.C.A6
1206+6201.00

66BJ MooreGreensburg, Pa.B6
12000200.00

67Kyle DusterPhoenix, Ariz.B6
1199-1199.83

68Pontus AnderssonSwedenB6
1195-5199.17

69Connor PickfordCharlotte, N.C.B6
1191-9198.50

70Andrew SuscrebaClifton, N.J.A6
1188-12198.00

71Kamron DoyleBrentwood, Tenn.A6
1185-15197.50

72Kenneth RyanFarmingdale, N.J.A6
1181-19196.83

72Brandon CurtisManson, N.C.A6
1181-19196.83

74Brandon NovakChillicothe, OhioA6
1177-23196.17

75Martin LarsenSwedenB6
1173-27195.50

76Ryan BurksKansas City, Mo.A6
1165-35194.17

77Gary Faulkner Jr.Memphis, Tenn.B6
1156-44192.67

78Corey UmbrelloWestminster, Mass.B6
1154-46192.33

78Walter Ray Williams Jr.Oxford, Fla.B6
1154-46192.33

80Chris BarnesDouble Oak, TexasB6
1146-54191.00

80Christopher SloanIrelandB6
1146-54191.00

82Chris ViaSpringfield, OhioA6
1139-61189.83

83AJ JohnsonOswego, Ill.B6
1107-93184.50

84Matt KubaChicago Ridge, Ill.A6
1095-105182.50

85Zacharay WilkinsCanadaB6
1074-126179.00

86Brian RobinsonMorgantown, W.Va.A6
1067-133177.83

87Deo BenardHenderson, Nev.A6
1046-154174.33

88Justin WymanFairport, N.Y.A6
975-225162.50



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