Jason Belmonte Takes Lead After First Day of Kia PBA Tournament of Champions Match Play

By Matt Stevens
February 26, 2021

Belmo Posts 8-4 record to move to the top of the leader board through 36 games

Jason Belmonte seized the lead in the 2021 Kia PBA Tournament of Champions after the first two rounds of match play. Belmonte, who was in second place through 24 games of qualifying, won eight of his 12 matches today in taking over the lead.

For the full recap click here to read the report from Jeff Goodger.

Match play resumes tomorrow on FloBowling for Australian subscribers with round three set to get underway at 4:00am AEDT and round four at 10:00am AEDT. To subscribe, visit FloBowling.com.

At the conclusion of the final round of match play, the top five players will advance to the stepladder finals airing Monday the 1st of March in Australia at 5:00am on FloBowling.com

Kia PBA Tournament of Champions Standings Through 36 Games

  • Jason Belmonte +1,635
  • Anthony Simonsen +1,598
  • Tom Smallwood +1,547
  • Sean Rash +1,418
  • Tom Daugherty +1,394
  • François Lavoie +1,346
  • Jesper Svensson +1,341
  • Bill O’Neill +1,263
  • Nick Pate +1,249
  • Michael Davidson +1,248
  • Kyle Troup +1,219
  • Wes Malott +1,205
  • Jake Peters +1,183
  • Kris Prather +1,155
  • BJ Moore +1,152
  • Cristian Azcona +1,130
  • Brandon Novak +1,118
  • Jakob Butturff +1,048
  • Tommy Jones +1,046
  • Dick Allen +1,009
  • Richie Teece +956
  • Trevor Roberts +818
  • Shawn Maldonado +762
  • Andrew Anderson +720

Full Kia PBA Tournament of Champions standings

For all the latest results and standings head to www.pba.com and www.flobowling.com

Credit to the PBA for image


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