The dates for the 2019 USBA 3-Cushion National Championship are changing.
We have just been notified of a conflict with the Pan American Championship. Since the USBA always sends its champion to compete in our confederation event, and possibly qualify for the World Championship, we are working to find a new date that will not conflict with the official CPB event and give our players a chance to perform on the International stage.
The room will be the same: US Bida in Houston, Texas. The new dates will be posted here. Please check back.
Qualifier events will continue to be scheduled. See schedule of confirmed dates below and in our Tournament Info calendar section.
The 2019 USBA Leadership Team
The USBA is currently under the leadership of a three-member executive board: consisting of Doug Deitel of Texas, Jay Karahan of Texas and Andy Janquitto of Maryland. Their contact information can be found at on the Leadership Page. The executive board will guide the USBA as it plans and conducts the Three-Cushion National Championship Tournament this June in Houston, Texas.
USBA 3-Cushion National Championship - Confirmed Players
Players entered in the 2019 Champioship
The top four finishers from 2018 are invited to return. Players who win a qualifier receive a paid entry to the tournament. Players who compete in but do not win a qualifier may enter the event for a reduced entry fee of $300. All other USBA members may enter and play in the national championship by paying the standard entry fee of $500. The event will be held at US Bida in Houston, Texas. US BIda has eight Verhoeven tables and can easily accommodate a large fieldd of 48 players or more!
1 Miguel Torres
2 Pedro Piedrabuena
3 Hugo Patino
4 Frank Torres
As the list fills up the Tournament Director may cut off entries and create a wait list. Please enter as early as you can to ensure a spot!
To enter the event, or for any questions, please contact Andy Janquitto - CLICK HERE!
Rankings as of March 2014
Written by USBA Admin
The rankings represent player performance and participation over the past 12 months. Not all tournaments have averages kept. Bear this in mind if you see a player's average listed. It is not necessarily a true average and only represents events over the past 12 months where averages were actually kept. The player's average listed DOES NOT NECESSARILY INDICATE THE PLAYER'S LEVEL OF ABILITY!
Starting in February of 2012, only a player's best-five performances within the past 12 months are counted in the rankings.
If a tournament shows a player with "0" ranking points, it means that the player was NOT a current USBA Member when they played in the tournament.