16 U.S. Juniors Head to Shanghai for WPA World Junior 9-Ball Championships
September 23, 2015 (Denver, CO): The 2015 Billiard Education Foundation (BEF) Junior National 9-Ball Championships qualified 16 billiard student-athletes to represent North America as part of Team USA at the upcoming WPA (World Pool-Billiard Association) Junior 9-Ball Championships. The prestigious annual world event will be held in Shanghai, China November 13-18, 2015.
Through the support of the Billiard Congress of America, the BEF continues to coordinate international travel and participation for this tournament for the past two decades.
The following players will proudly represent our country this year:
1. Chris Robinson, age 17 (Ventura, CA)
2. Joshua Franklin, age 17 (Creve Coeur, IL)
3. Zachary Gurganus, age 18 (Marrieta, GA)
4. Nickolas Kline, age 17 (Prescott Valley, AZ)
5. Manny Perez, age 17 (Kansas City, KS)
6. Jacob Watson, age 17 (Tyler TX)
7. April Larson, age 15 (Bloomington, MN)
8. Emily Herpel, age 15 (Freehold, NY)
9. Hannah Hohn, age 17 (Ethan SD)
10. Michelle Jiang, age 15 (Harvard, MA)
11. Hailey Fullerton, age 15 (Lake Park, MN)
12. Ashley Fullerton, age 14 (Lake Park, MN)
13. Nathan Childress, age 14 (N. Chesterfield, VA)
14. Kaiden Hunkins, age 13 (Waukesha, WI)
15. Lukas Fracasso-Verner, age 15 (Wallingford, CT)
16. Daniel Sardoncillo, age 14 (Puyallup, WA)
Fundraisers are being held around the country to support these fine players on their quest for a world title. For more information on the ways you can help them on their journey, contact the BEF office at (303) 926-1039 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the Billiard Education Foundation (BEF)
The BEF was formed in 1993 as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit charity committed to promoting a lifelong love of pool and building the next generation of players through youth programs and academic scholarships. Visit billiardeducation.org or call (303) 926-1039 to learn more about junior billiard programs in your area.
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