Mount Kisco, N.Y.
Brunswick Deptford Lanes (Deptford, NJ)
Age 44 - 9/23/1970
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Personal: Nickname "P.A."...Enjoys golfing in his spare time…Lists Walter Ray Williams Jr. as his toughest opponent…Favorites include New York style pizza (food), mint chocolate chip (ice cream) and Shawshank Redemption (movie)…Has superstitions but will not share them with anyone…Named to the Team USA “Dream Team” in 2008...Five-time member of Team USA including 2012...Won team and doubles gold medal and trios silver in 2011 PABCON Championships...Won team gold medal in 2012 PABCON Championships.
2015: Finished seventh in Barbasol Tournament of Champions.
Career: Battled knee problems for most of 2009-10 season and went winless for the first time since 2002-03...Owns 13 PBA Tour titles including two majors…2009 Tournament of Champions title was his second major and one of three titles won during the 2008-09 season…Had a career-best season in 2004-05, winning three titles including the PBA World Championship and earning PBA Player of the Year honors…Two of his titles that season came in back-to-back weeks…Also finished in the top five in all four majors that season - one of just two bowlers in history to accomplish that feat…His $350,740 in earnings in 2004-05 stands as the second-highest single-season total all-time…Became the PBA’s 36th millionaire in 2007…Won his first title in the 2001 Greater Detroit Open…Owns 22 PBA Regional titles.
Career Standard Titles (11): 2001-02 - Taylor, Mich.; 2003-04 - Springfield, Pa.; 2004-05 - Dallas, Texas; Birmingham, Ala.; 2005-06 - Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Wyoming, Mich.; 2006-07 - Reno, Nev.; Council Bluffs, Iowa; 2007-08 – Baltimore, Md.; 2008-09 – Reno, Nev.; Tokyo, Japan.
Career Major Titles (2): 2005 Denny’s World Championship, Ypsilanti, Mich.; 2009 H&R Block Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas.
Awards: PBA Player of the Year (2004-05)… Harry Smith Point Leader Award (2004-05).
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