KEGLER BOWLER OF THE MONTH
The purpose of this award is to honor a bowler for outstanding accomplishments during a calendar month.
PETE WEBER AS JUNE BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Pete Weber, St. Ann, Missouri, has been selected as the June 2015 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Weber threw a clutch tenth frame double to defeat Eric Forkel, Henderson, Nevada, 224-212, to win the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open, presented by Storm.
Starting as the fourth-seed in the four-man stepladder final, the PBA Hall of Famer downed Chris Warren, Grants Pass, Oregon, 224-202.
Weber then ousted defending Senior U.S. Open champion Norm Duke, Clermont, Florida, 247-190, setting up the final with Forkel. After averaging over 214 in qualifying, Weber maintained the pace in the 32-game match play portion, going 20-12, while not falling lower than sixth place. Weber now has four PBA50 Tour titles, including two majors. The 2013 PBA50 Rookie of the Year is the owner of 37 PBA Tour titles, including a record-tying ten majors.
With four remaining events on the PBA50 schedule, including the USBC Senior Masters, Weber is the leader on the competition points list for PBA50 Player of the Year. Others obtaining votes this month in very close were E. J. Tackett, winner of the PBA Xtra Frame Lubbock Sports Southwest Open presented by Storm, Graham Fach, winner of The Proprietors Cup IV, Andres Gomez, winner of the PBA XtraFrame Pensacola South Open, Amleto Monacelli, winner of the PBA50 Northern California Classic presented by MOTIV.
O'NEILL REIGNS AS MAY IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, has been selected as the May 2015 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
O'Neill downed reigning PBA Player of the year, Jason Belmonte, Australia, 247-172 for the PBA Oklahoma Open crown. O'Neill then defeated Tommy Jones, Simpsonville, South Carolina, 191-164, for the King of the Swing crown, featuring each of the four tournament winners and the top point getter of the PBA Summer Swing.
O'Neill led both qualifying and match play and was top seed of the PBA Oklahoma Open. The first match of the stepladder saw Patrick Allen, Mount Kisco, New York, oust Andres Gomez, Columbia, 211-200. Allen then downed the third-seed Jones, 225-215. The second-seeded Belmonte then ousted Allen, 237-203, setting up the title match with O'Neill.
In the King of the Swing television finals, top point getter Belmonte downed PBA Wolf Open winner and April IBMA Kegel Bowler of the Month honoree Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, North Carolina, 201-182. Third-seed and PBA Badger Open winner Ronnie Russell, Marion, Indiana, ousted Belmonte, 233-211. Second-seed and PBA Bear Open champ Jones bested Russell, 208-178. setting up the title match with O'Neill.
Others obtaining votes this month were Tommy Jones, winner of the PBA Bear Open, Liz Johnson, winner of the USBC Queens, Robin Romeo, winner of the USBC Senior Queens, and Kyle Troup, winner of the PBA Wolf Open.
TROUP TRIUMPHS AS APRIL BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Kyle Troup, Taylorsville, North Carolina, has been chosen as the April 2015 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Troup defeated top seeded Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, 210-182, in the finals of the Logo Infusion InsideBowling.com Open in St. Louis, Missouri.
The stepladder finals began with fifth seeded Ronnie Russell, Marion, Indiana, ousting fourth seeded Kenny Ryan, Chicago, 230-213. Third seed Shawn Maldonaldo, Houston, Texas, downed Russell, 229-200, in the second match. Troup, the second seed, outlasted Maldonaldo, 202-182, setting up the championship match with O'Neill.
Troup, with numerous titles in the PBA South Region in his young career, has been a regular on the PBA Tour the past few years and is slated for action in the upcoming PBA Summer Swing in Oklahoma. Troup is the son of eight-time PBA titlist Guppy Troup.
The Logo Infusion InsideBowling.com Open, held since 2012 and hosted by bowling promoter and InsideBowling.com CEO Mike Flanagan, features many touring pros and top amateurs from several different countries. It is contested on a demanding oil pattern, specifically designed for this tournament.
A total of 228 bowlers rolled twelve games for twelve match play positions, before cutting to the stepladder final.
Others obtaining votes this month were Parker Bohn III, winner of the PBA50 Pasco County Florida Open, Jack Jurek, winner of the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic presented by Columbia 300, and Mike Scroggins, winner of the PBA50 United Health Care Sun Bowl in the Villages presented by Radical.
MARCH BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Josh Blanchard, Gilbert, Arizona has been chosen as the March 2015 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
A unanimous choice by committee members, Blanchard won his first two PBA titles in a nine-day span.
His first title came in a 248-211 win over Sin Li Jane, Malaysia, for the World Bowling Tournament (WBT)/European Bowling Tour (EBT) 12 th Brunswick Euro Challenge. The second win was a 2-1 best-of-three win over Jason Belmonte, Australia, in the PBA XtraFrame Maine Shootout.
In the 12 th Brunswick Euro Challenge, the #2 seed Sin Li downed #3-seed Jesper Svensson, Sweden, 225-214 in the semifinal, setting up the championship match.
In the PBA XtraFrame Maine Shootout, the #48 Blanchard defeated #17 seed Wes Malott in the Round of 64, #16 seed Greg Ostrander in the Round of 32, #32 seed Jason Sterner in the Round of 16, #40 seed Bryon Smith in the Round of 8, and #28 seed Osku Palermaa in the Round of 4, in the 64-man field best-of-three tournament.
Blanchard, the 2011-12 PBA Rookie of the Year, lost only two games in the Maine Shootout, his opening game in the opening round match to Malott, and the middle game in the championship match to Belmonte.
Others obtaining votes this month were Brad Angelo, winner of the 12 th Kuwait.
JANUARY 2015 BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Mike Fagan, Fort Worth, Texas, has been chosen as the January 2015 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Fagan defeated top-seeded Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 252-212, for the PBA World Championship, earning his second major PBA title, and fifth overall.
The five-man stepladder finals began with fifth-seeded Stuart Williams, England, ousting fourth-seeded Todd Book, Russells Point, Ohio, 246-211. Williams then downed third-seeded Ronnie Russell, Marion, Indiana, 259-248. Second-seeded Fagan defeated Williams, 219-206, in the semifinal, setting up the title match with Malott.
After advancing to match play in the four events of the 2014 PBA World Series of Bowling by a mere ten pins, he jumped to seventh after the first eight games of match play. Fagan jumped to second place in the second match play round, winning seven of eight games, maintaining that spot through the third and final block of eight match play games for the television finals.
Despite a 109 th place finish in the PBA Scorpion Championship, Fagan placed 42 nd in the PBA Chameleon Championship, 18 th in the PBA Cheetah Championship presented by PBA Bowling Challenge Mobile Game, and eighth in the PBA Viper Championship, qualifying him in the PBA World Championship's 23 rd place spot for match play.
Others obtaining votes this month were Paul Moor, winner of the European Bowling Tour's 45 th Brunswick Ballmaster Open, Chris Barnes, winner of the DHL PBA Japan Invitational, Brian Voss, winner of the EBT 27 th Irish Open Championship presented by Seismic, and Kameron Doyle, men's Team USA 2015 Trials champion.
DECEMBER 2014 BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Marshall Kent, Yakima, Washington, has been chosen as the December 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Kent defeated Martin Larsen, Sweden, 257-206 for the Masters division title in the 8 th Kingdom International Open, also his first Professional Bowlers Association title.
The four-man bracket finals started with the top-seeded Kent ousting third-seeded Mike Fagan, United States, 243-237. The second-seeded Larsen got past Kuwait's Khaled Al Dubyyan, 224-174, to set up the championship match.
Kent also picked up a medal at the 2014 Men's World Bowling Championships with Team USA. He was part of the silver medal winning trios with Mike Fagan and Sean Rash, behind gold medalists Frederik Øhrgaard, Carsten Warming Hansen, and Thomas Larsen, Denmark
Kent at a very early point in his career has now claimed his fourth Kegel Bowler of the Month award. His previous awards were in July 2010, July 2012, and September 2012.
Others obtaining votes in extremely close voting this month were from the 2014 Men's World Bowling Championships. They were Kang Heewon, Korea, gold medal, Masters, Team, bronze medal, Doubles, Choi Bokeum, Korea, gold medal, Doubles, Team, bronze medal, Masters, Park Jongwoo, Korea, gold medal, Doubles, Team, bronze medal, Trios Mike Fagan, U.S., silver meal, Trios, All-Events, bronze medal, Masters.
NOVEMBER BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Dom Barrett, Colchester, Essex, England, has been chosen as the November 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Barrett defeated British countryman, Stuart Williams, 395-388, in a two-game total-pins match to successfully defend his championship in the 14th Qatar Open. The title is Barrett's fourth on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) tour and tenth on the European Bowling Tour (EBT).
The television stepladder finals started with the fourth-seeded Jones ousting fellow American Chris Barnes 255-205, then disposed second-seeded Jonas Jehkinen, Finland, 231-203, to set up the title match with Moor. Barrett's strong November performance included a fourth place finish in the PBA Viper Championship, a sixth place posting in the PBA Chameleon Championship, both in the recent PBA World Series of Bowling (WSOB), a 37 th place showing in the PBA Round 1 Japan Cup. Ironically, Barrett was the November 2013 IBMA Kegel Bowler of the Month, based on his PBA World Championship and WBT/EBT13 th Qatar Open victories. Others obtaining votes in very close voting this month were Park Kyung Shim, winner of the Round 1 Japan Cup, Clara Guerrero and Chris Barnes, men's and women's winners of the 50 th QubicaAMF World Cup, Mika Koivuniemi, winner of the PBA Viper Championship, and D.J. Archer, winner of the PBA Chameleon Championship.
OCTOBER BOWLER OF THE MONTH
Paul Moor, Beverly, Hull, England, has been chosen as the October 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Moor defeated Tommy Jones, United States, 265-217, for the European Bowling Tour (EBT) 12 th Columbia 300 Vienna Open in Vienna, Austria.
The television stepladder finals started with the fourth-seeded Jones ousting fellow American Chris Barnes 255-205, then disposed second-seeded Jonas Jehkinen, Finland, 231-203, to set up the title match with Moor.
Moor threw eleven strikes in his match with Jones, a third frame split the only blemish.
After qualifying in the 23 rd position, Moor climbed to eighth in the qualifiers Round 1, then averaged over 236 to take the lead after qualifiers Round 2 to become the top seed for the stepladder final.
The title is the 15 th EBT crown for Moor, is now two titles ahead of Osku Palermma, Finland, on the all-time EBT title list.
Others obtaining votes this month were Tore Torgeson, winner of the EBT Norwegian Open 2104 by Brunswick, Bjorn Einar Rudshagen, winner of the IDM Bucharest Open, and Serge Frouvelle, winner of the EBT 3 rd Ebonite Florence International.
SEPTEMBER BOWLER OF THE MONTH IS MISSY PARKIN
Missy Parkin, Laguna Hills, California, has been chosen as the September 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association.
Parkin won four gold medals at the 2014 Pan American Bowling Confederation (PABCON) Women's Championships in Cali, Columbia.
Besides leading Team USA in the team event, she and partner Kelly Kulick set a PABCON doubles record, and anchored the trios winning squad, and also captured the All-Events crown.
Parkin lead Team USA with a series of 761 and 691, good for a 242 average over
the six-game team event.
Her six-game doubles total was two pins shy of averaging 250, at 1,498. Kelly Kulick added 1,363 for a 2,861 total, winning by 107 pins over Aruba's Thashaina Seraus and Kamilah Dammers.
With trios teammates Shannon O'Keefe and Danielle McEwan, Parkin added a 1225 series to a trios six-game total of 3,885, only 25 pins better than Team USA silver medalist teammates Liz Johnson, Shannon Pluhowsky, and Kulick.
Parkin capped off the tournament by nabbing the All-Events crown with a 24-game total of 5,515, good for a 229 average Others receiving votes this month were Team USA teammates Danielle McEwan and Kelly Kulick, Jesper Svensson, winner of the European Bowling Tour QubicaAMF German Open, and Paul Moor, winner of the EBT Chandra Open.
PALMERAA CLAIMS AUGUST IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON, Texas - Osku Palermaa, Finland, has been chose asthe August 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Palermaa downed Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, New York, for the World Bowling Tour(WBT) 11th Thailand Open championship, 227-213, and 243-224. The win is also his fourth career Professional Bowlers Association(PBA) title. The eight-man stepladder final started with #6 seed Don Barrett, England ousting #7 seed Jason Sterner, Covington, Georgia, and #8 seed Dechochai Tinjiratip, Thailand, 257-235-218. Fourth seed Suh Sang Cheon, Korea,defeated fellow Korean, fifth-seeded Kim Byoung Suk, and Barrett, 234-217-204. Palermaa then defeated Cheon, 224-206, then #2 seed Naif Oqab, United Arab Emirates, 234-191, setting up the final match. The Finnish PBA star needed to defeat Ciminelli in two straight games for the title, the final WBT tournament of the 2014 season.
This is also Palermaa's second WBT/PBA International title,behind the 2012 Kuwait Open. His PBA U.S. titles are the 2010 PBA Geico Shark Championship and the 2011 PBA World Championship, the latter earning him his previous IBMA Kegel Bowler of the Month award. Others receiving votes this month were Walter Ray Williams,Jr., winner of the PBA50 Treasure Island Resort & Casino Open presented by Hammer, Craig Nidiffer, winner of the 11th New Mexico Open, and Jack Jurek, winner of the PBA50 South Shore Open presented by DV8.
ALLSTAR PLUHOWSKY IS JULY IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Shannon Pluhowsky, Dayton, Ohio, has been chose as the July 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Pluhowsky defeated Diana Zavjavola, Latvia, 225-212, for the Bowling Proprietors Association of America (BPAA) Women's All Star tournament. Zavjavola had a one-pin lead after eight frames until an open frame from not converting a 2-4-8-10 split, giving Pluhowsky a chance to close out the match and the title. The five-woman stepladder final began with Shannon O'Keefe, Arlington, Texas,downing Kelly Kulick, Union, N.J., 223-169. O'Keefe continued her hot streak besting Liz Johnson, Cheektowaga, N.Y.,237-175. Zavjalova outlasted O'Keefe in the semifinal, 236-207, setting up the title match with Pluhowsky. After placing third in the eighteen-game qualifying round, Pluhowsky posted a tournament-best 14-2 match play record to secure the top seed for the stepladder final. From1941 to 1970, the Women's All Star was the predecessor of Bowling's Women's U.S. Open, which will return in 2015.
Others receiving votes this month were Dom Barrett, winner of the European Bowling Tour 10th San Marino Open, Craig Nidiffer, winner of the 2014 High Roller,Mika Koivuniemi, winner of the EBT 5th Track Dream-Bowl Palace Open by Erdinger, and Bill McCorkle, winner of the PBA50 Dick Weber Super Senior Classic presented by Storm.
WALTER RAY MASTERS JUNE IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Walter Ray Williams, Jr. Ocala, Florida has been chosen as the June 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Williams,Jr. defeated Jack Jurek, Lackawanna, New York, 240-219, for the 2014 USBC Senior Masters title, for his first PBA50 major title. The 2013 PBA50 Player of the Year lead qualifying, averaging just over 237 for fifteen games. Winning five Winner's Bracket three-game double elimination matches ranging from 40 to 120 pins, Williams, Jr. then lost to Jurek 717-643 in the Winner's Bracket final, making Jurek tournament top seed and Williams,Jr. the second seed for the championship round. The five-man stepladder final began with Mike Edwards, Tulsa, Oklahoma besting Amleto Monacelli, Venezuela, 254-184. Edwards ousted defending champion Pete Weber,St. Ann, Missouri, 237-209. Williams, Jr., defeated Edwards, 237-214, setting up the title match with Jurek. Williams,Jr. also had top ten finishes in the other three PBA50 events in the month, a third place in the PBA50 Grants Pass Open, fifth in the Senior U.S. Open, and eighth in the PBA50 Northern California Classic.
Others receiving votes this month were Norm Duke, winner of the Suncoast PBA Senior U.S. Open presented by Dexter, Artistic Expressions #1 of Oklahoma City,Oklahoma, the USBC team leader with the five-man team USBC Open Championships new all-time record score of 3720, Diana Zavjalova, winner, All-Events and Masters divisions, 2014 European Women's Championships, and Tom Baker,winner of the PBA50 Northern California Classic.
O'NEILL CLAIMS MAY IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Bill O'Neill, Langhorne, Pennsylvania, has been chosen as the May 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. O'Neill won two events during the PBA Summer Swing, the PBA Badger Open, defeating Brian Valenta, Lockport, Illinois, 243-235. He then won the PBA Oklahoma's Grand Resort King of the Swing, downing Sean Rash, Montgomery, Illinois,245-181. The Badger Open stepladder final began with Valenta, in his first television stepladder finals, besting Mika Koivuniemi, Finland, 237-172. Marshall Kent, Yakima, Washington, was the next to fall, 236-165. Valenta won the semifinal 205-190, to set up the final match with O'Neill. In the Oklahoma's Grand Casino King of the Swing stepladder finals, Tommy Jones,Simpsonville, South Carolina, defeated Ronnie Russell, Marion, Indiana ,236-206. Sean Rash outlasted Jones, 257-212, and Jason Belmonte, Australia, 235-224 in the semifinal to set up the championship match. O'Neill added to his already impressive showing in the PBA Summer Swing finishing eighth in the PBA Wolf Open, fourth in the PBA Oklahoma Open, and third in the PBA Bear Open.
Others receiving votes this month were Jason Belmonte, winner of the PBA Oklahoma Open; Sean Rash, winner of the PBA Wolf Open, including the 25th TV 300 in a PBA stepladder finals; Ronnie Russell, winner of the PBA Bear Open; Thomas Larsen, winner of the European Bowling Tour 9th Istanbul Bowling Open; and Jesper Svensson, winner of the EBT Kegel Aalborg International 2014.
DUKE IS ROYAL AS APRIL IBMA BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Norm Duke, Clermont, Florida, has been chosen as the April 2014 Bowler Of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Duke had a solid month on the PBA50 Tour, posting a win at the PBA50 United Healthcare Sun Bowl in the Villages, presented by Radical, and a runner-up finish in the season-opening event, the PBA50 Pasco County Open. In his win, Duke defeated three fellow PBA Hall of Famers. He ousted Parker Bohn III in the quarterfinal, 255-238. Next was Pete Weber on the losing side of a 279-215 semifinal match, and then defeated Tom Baker, 256-228, for the title. The previous week saw Duke climb all the way to the championship match before falling to another PBA Hall of Famer, Amleto Monacelli, 259 -190. In a quest for three straight title match appearances, Duke bowled his way into the Round of 16 in the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic, presented by Columbia 300, before falling to Gary Morgan in the best-of-five match, 3-2.
Others receiving votes this month were Parker Bohn III, winner of the PBA50 Miller High Life Classic, presented by Columbia 300; Amleto Monacelli, winner of the PBA50 Pasco County Open; and Diana Zavjalova, women's division winner and Francois Lavoie, men's division winners at the 2014 Xbowling Intercollegiate Singles Championships.
LARSEN CLAIMS MARCH BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas – Thomas Larsen, Denmark, has been chosen as the March 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Larsen defeated Dom Barrett, England, 208-205, to win the World Bowling Tour 11th Kuwait International Open. This marks Larsen's second WBT/PBA title. The stepladder finals began with Stuart Williams, England, defeating two of the PBA's biggest stars. Sean Rash, Montgomery, Illinois, was the first to be dispatched, 256-200. Reigning PBA Player of the Year, Jason Belmonte, Australia, fell in the quarterfinal, 178-148. Barrett then downed Williams in the semifinal, 243-202, setting up the final match. Tournament rules stated the top-seeded Larsen had to be defeated twice for Barrett claim the title. The Danish bowler qualified fifth, averaging over 235, then dropped to 11th in match play before rebounding to the top seed in the stepladder finals. Larsen won his first WBT/PBA title, the WBT 1st Abu Dhabi Open in December 2013. His other top finishes were in the 2012 PBA World Series of Bowling, a 16th place finish in the Bowlers Journal PBA Scorpion Championship and a 24th place finish in the PBA World Championship.
Others obtaining votes this month were Marshall Kent, winner,WBT/EBT 11th Brunswick Euro Challenge; Shannon O'Keefe, winner, women's stepladder final, 11th Kuwait International Open; Mai Ginge Jensen and Pasi Uotila, winners of women's and men's divisions of the 7th European Bowling Tour Masters.
BELMO HISTORIC IN REPEAT AS FEBRUARY BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Jason Belmonte, Orange, New South Wales, Australia, has been unanimously chosen as the February 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Belmonte defeated E.J. Tackett, Huntington, Indiana, 221-177, for the USBC Masters title, for his ninth career and third major PBA title. He is only the third bowler to repeat as Masters champion; the first almost nearly a half-century. After leading qualifying, the Australian two-hander narrowly escaped the Contenders Bracket in the double-elimination match play, qualifying fifth for the five-man stepladder television finals. Starting from the number five position, he defeated Ryan Ciminelli, Cheektowaga, New York, 227-214, then Tom Smallwood, Saginaw, Michigan, 202-173. In the closest match of the day, Belmonte defeated Michael Haugen, Jr., Phoenix, in the semifinal, 235-234, setting up the championship match against Tackett. Belmonte joins USBC Hall of Famers Dick Hoover and Billy Welu as the only back-to-back winners of the USBC Masters. Hoover won in 1956 and 1957, Welu in 1964 and1965.
Others obtaining votes this month were Chris Barnes, winner ofthe H.H. Emir Cup; E. J. Tackett, runner up in the USBC Masters; and Kamilla Kjeldsen, winner of the European Bowling Tour 8th International Wroclaw Open.
BELMONTE NAMED JANUARY BOWLER OF THE MONTH
ARLINGTON,Texas - Jason Belmonte, Orange, New South Wales, Australia, has been chosen as the January 2014 Kegel Bowler of the Month by the International Bowling Media Association. Belmonte defeated Wes Malott, Pflugerville, Texas, 219-218 in the championship match, to win the PBA Barbasol Tournament of Champions for his eighth career and second major PBA title. The television stepladder finals started with Dan MacLelland, Saginaw, Michigan,defeating defending champion Pete Weber, St. Ann, Missouri, 259-211. Malott ousted MacLelland in the semifinal 243-199. The Texan then defeated Dom Barrett, Colchester, England, in the quarterfinal, 205-202, to set up the title match with the top-seeded Belmonte. The two-handed Australian star began the week being named as 2012-13 PBA Chris Schenkel PBA Player of the Year. He becomes one of a handful of bowlers to hold two major crowns at the same time. Belmonte won the USBC Masters in February 2013. Belmonte continues a winning streak of the IBMA Kegel Bowler of the Month honor by capturing the monthly award in each of the last four years. Previous wins in the streak have been November and December 2011, October 2012, and February 2013.
Others obtaining votes this month were Mika Koivuniemi, winner of the World Bowling Tour/European Bowling Tour 44th Brunswick Ballmaster Open; Brittni Hamilton and Chris Barnes, the women's and men's winners of the 2014 Team USA Trials.
December - Dom Barrett
November - Dom Barrett
October - Mika Koivuniemi
September - Diana Zavjalova
August - Kerry Painter
July - Liz Johnson
June - Pete Weber
May - Lennie Boresch, Jr
April - Walter Ray Williams, Jr
March - Pete Weber
February - Jason Belmonte
January - Tommy Jones
December - Mika Koivuniemi
November - Parker Bohn III
October - Jason Belmonte
September - Marshall Kent
August - Greg Young
July - Marshall Kent
June - Kelly Kulick
May - John Petraglia
April - Sean Rash
March - Osku Palermaa
February - Pete Weber
January - Mike Fagan
December - Jason Belmonte
November - Jason Belmonte
October - Liz Johnson
September - Shannon Pluhowsky
August - Dale Traber
July - Wendy Macpherson
June - Leanne Hulsenberg
May - Bill O'Neill
April - Dick Allen
March - Jason Couch
February - Norm Duke
January - Mika Koivuniemi
December - Stuart Williams
November - Wendy Macpherson
October - Bill O'Neill
September - Liz Johnson
August - Bill O'Neill
July - Marshall Kent
June - Mark Williams
May - Kelly Kulick
April - Kelly Kulick
March - Brian Kretzer
February - Bill O'Neill
January - Kelly Kulick
December - Tom Smallwood
November - Pete Weber
October - (None Chosen)
September - Bill O'Neill
August - Tammy Boomershine
July - Stefanie Nation
June - Wayne Webb
May - Joe Ciccone
April - Mike Scroggins
March - Chris Barnes
February - John Nolen
January - Patrick Allen
December - Parker Bohn III
November - Michelle Feldman
October - Norm Duke
September - Josie Earnest
August - Kim Terrell
July - Nick Morgan
June - Wayne Webb
May - Lynda Barnes
April - Lynda Barnes
March - Norm Duke
February - Norm Duke
January - Michael Haugen, Jr
December - Parker Bohn III
November - Walter Ray Williams, Jr
October - Liz Johnson/Sean Rash
September - Mika Koivuniemi
August - Tom Baker
July - Tom Baker
June - Rick Minier
May - Kelly Kulick
April - Tommy Jones
March - Pete Weber
February - Mike Mineman
January - Jason Couch
December - Norm Duke
November - Tony Reyes
October - Doug Kent
September - Walter Ray Williams, Jr
August - Jimmy Young
July - Tom Baker
June - Kelly Kulick
May - Tom Baker
April - Chris Barnes
March - Walter Ray Williams, Jr
February - Tommy Jones
January - Ritchie Allen
December - Pete Weber
November - Mike Scroggins
October - Tommy Jones
September - Tommy Jones
August - Liz Johnson
July - Stefanie Nation
June - Vince Mazzanti, Jr
May - Tom Baker
April - Patrick Allen
March - Tommy Jones
February - Chris Barnes
January - Patrick Allen
December - Brian Voss
November - Jason Hurd
October - Danny Wiseman
September - Tommy Jones
August - Shirley Levens
July - Rick Benard
June - Mike Edwards
May - David Ozio
April - (None Chosen)
March - Tom Baker
February - Pete Weber
January - Walter Ray Williams, Jr