Laurentian Lanes (Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Age 30 - 3/11/1985
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Personal: Married to Kristy...Have baby daughter Harper Lynn...Native of Windsor, Ontario...Has Bachelors degree in Sociology from Saginaw Valley State University...Accomplished career in amateur ranks, three-time Collegiate Player of the Year; two-time Intercollegiate Team Championship winner with Saginaw Valley State; three-time ITC MVP...2011 PABCON Masters champion representing Canada; 2006 WBA World Youth Doubles champion; 2004 American Zone Youth Singles champion; 2006 Canadian Bowler of the Year; 2011 Canadian National Champion...Won singles gold medal in 2014 Men's WBA World Championship in Abu Dhabi...Teamed with Francois Lavoie to win doubles gold medal for Canada in 2015 Pan Am Games. Also earned bronze medal in singles.
2015: Finished 10th in Barbasol Tournament of Champions and 24th in USBC Masters.
Career: In 2014 finished fourth in Barbasol Tournament of Champions defeating Pete Weber 259-211 in opening stepladder match then losing to Wes Malott 248-199 in second match.
...In 2012-13 made first TV appearance of the season in PBA World Championship finishing fifth. Lost in PBA World Championship to eventual winner Parker Bohn III 226-218 in opening match...Made second TV appearance of the season in Lucas Oil Bear Open finishing third... Finished second in 2010 Shark Championship, losing to Osku Palermaa in title match, 175-149...Had sixth-place finish in both the Tournament of Champions and U.S. Open in 2011...Also had fifth-place finish in Scorpion Championship...Finished fourth in 2012 USBC Masters for best finish in a major. Lost in opening match to Bryon Smith 252-212...Owns one PBA Regional title.
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