Thursday, June 16, 2011

PBA Senior U.S. Open Enters Match Play on PBA Xtra Frame

"You always want to be as far up in the standings as you can get. I’d like to have a 200-300 pin lead, but I don’t have that. We still have a long way to go, but I’m just hoping I can keep throwing the ball well and win some matches. I’m looking forward to match play. I haven’t bowled round-robin match play for quite a while."
--Walter Ray Williams Jr.

The PBA Senior U.S. Open finished its qualifying rounds earlier today in Las Vegas, and after 18 games of qualifying, Walter Ray Williams Jr. sat solidly in first place, followed by Kevin Croucher, Bo Goergen, Wayne Webb, Harry Sullins, Brian Voss, Ron Mohr, and Eric Forkel. PBA Xtra Frame has begun its coverage of the first round of top 24, round-robin match play and will cover the rest of the tournament right through the final matches Friday night.

If you haven't subscribed yet, sign up and enjoy these great senior bowlers in the biggest senior event of the season. And if you're already subscribed, you know what to do tomorrow night. But if you can't watch it then, you can always catch it later in the archives.

Click here to read Bill Vint's summary of the qualifying rounds and see the top 24 and their pinfall.

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