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Amleto Monacelli

Carrer: Won his first PBA Tour title in the 1987 Japan Cup…Made 16 telecasts and finished second seven times before winning his first title…Won a career-best four titles in 1989…Won 1989 Tour Players Championship for his only major title…Made his first television appearance in three years by finishing fifth in 2009 U.S. Open...Won Etonic PBA Senior U.S. Open in 2012 in just his third Senior Tour tournament on his way to earning Senior Rookie of the Year honors...Owns one PBA Regional title.

Career Standard Titles (18): 1987 – Tokyo, Japan; 1988 – Las Vegas, Nev.; 1989 – Tucson, Ariz.; Wichita, Kan.; Mixed doubles, Reno, Nev.; 1990 – Wichita, Kan.; Mixed doubles, Reno, Nev.; Columbus, Ohio; 1991 – Peoria, Ill.; Grand Prairie, Texas; 1992 – Taylor, Mich.; Edmond, Okla.; 1994 – Lexington, Ky.; Sayville, N.Y.; 1995 – Tokyo, Japan; 1997 – Chesapeake, Va.; Bay City, Mich.; 2005 – Fairlawn, Ohio.

Career Major Titles (1): 1989 Touring Players Championship, Taylor, Mich.

Awards: PBA Player of the Year (1989, 1990)… Harry Smith Point Leader Award (1989, 1990)… George Young High Average Award (1990)… PBA Hall of Fame (1997)...PBA Senior Rookie of the Year (2012)

Amleto Monacelli Professional Bowler

PBA Hall of Fame
USBC Hall of Fame

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