A championship is always a great place to get your first career victory. That’s exactly…
Talk about a packed weekend. There were two Minor events (BASS Open on Lake Erie…
A day after receiving a new No. 1 in the Majors, the Minors get a new No. 1, too.
Brent Ehrler is making a case to be No. 1 again after winning at Lewis Smith. Plus, MANY more moves after a busy weekend.
Jacob Wheeler makes his long-awaited debut. And guess what? He’s in the top 10! Plus, we update the Women’s World Ranking after the LBAA Championship.
We check in on the Minors and Women rankings after a weekend that featured three tournaments between the two divisions.
With three tournaments in the last two weeks, the drought is finally over, meaning we can see how the Minors-Only and Women’s rankings have changed.
Pam Martin-Wells and Kim Bain-Moore continue to battle it out atop the Women’s World Ranking.