Players entered in the 2020 National Champioship
1 Hugo Patiño
returning 2019 champion
2 Miguel Torres
returning 2019 runner up
3 John Park
returning 2019 4th place
4 Mazin Shooni
former (2006) champion
|5 Gilbert Najm|| |
6 Sonny Cho
former (2005) champion
|7 Song Lim||8 Young Kyu Lee||9 Tae Kyu Lee|
|10 Raymon Groot||11 Lloyd Wallace||12 Julian Molina|
|13 Sang Jin Lee||14 Kang Lee||15 Camilo Medina|
|16 John Duque||17 Carlos Ramos||18 Jerry Jerone|
|19 Abel Calderon||20 Yim Kyung Soo||21 Demetrios Tilaverides|
|22 Michael Kang||23 Young Gull Lee||24 Woong Shin|
|25 Mike Chen||26 Sun Shin||27 Andres Fernandez|
|28 Jesus Quinonez||29 Marc Smith||30 Jairo Lenis|
|31 Charles Delorme||32 Vass Vassi||33 Jim Watson|
|34 Walid Elkhouly||35 Edward Gomez||36 Rich Vitzthum|
To enter the event, or for any questions, please contact Andy Janquitto - CLICK HERE!
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The 2020 USBA National Championship will be held February 27 - March 1 at Carom Cafe Billiards in Flushing, New York. Players can gain entry by invitation (returning champion and top players), direct (paid) entry, or by winning a spot in a National Qualifier Tournament. Here are the results from the latest qualifiers.
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The first USBA National Qualifier of 2020 was held at Carom Café Billiards in Flushing New York on Sunday January 12, 2020. First and second place finishers in four groups will compete in the USBA National Championship.
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Ties USBA Championship Record With Run of 18
At US Bida in Houston, Texas, Hugo Patiño won his fourth USBA three-cushion national title, defeating defending champion Miguel Torres, 40-32, in the finals. Multiple-time champion Pedro Piedrabuena finished third, and local player John Park finished fourth. But the story of the tournament was Patiño’s majestic run of 18 from the break in the finals. Patiño’s streak tied the USBA record set by Mazin Shooni in Miami in 2006 for the longest run in a national championship. For his victory, Patiño won $3250 and another $100 for the high run.