Visitor hits point to Weber as PBA’s top story Pete Weber’s fi fth U.S. Open title,
which vaulted him ahead of his late father Dick Weber and the late, great Don Carter, was bowling’s top story in 2012 according to the Professional Bowlers Association. The PBA determined its list of top
stories based on the number of hits each story received on pba.com. More than 2.3
million fans visited the site in 2012, accounting for more than 20 million page views. Weber’s shining moment, punctuated
by his memorable post-victory rant, “Who do you think you are? I am!” (right) was followed by news of PBA player Tony Reyes’ tragic death in an automobile accident.
MOST-VISITED NEWS STORIES ON PBA.COM IN 2012 01 Pete Weber’s fifth U.S. Open title. 02 Tony Reyes’ death in an automobile accident. 03 2012-13 PBA Tour season expansion. 04 Rhino Page’s selection as the first pick in the PBA League Draft. 05 14-year-old Kamron Doyle cashing in the U.S. Open. 06 Mike Fagan securing the top seed at the U.S. Open. 07 Media coverage surrounding the U.S. Open. 08 Chris Barnes earning top spot in the USBC Masters. 09 Norm Duke’s 35th career title at the Detroit Open. 10 Eugene McCune’s successful defense of his PBA Cheetah Open title. TOUCH A HEADLINE ABOVE TO READ THE STORY
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