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2011 Eagle Service Team Ranking - Top 100
This is for members that have not served in the US Military or in Homeland Security
(clicking on the member's ID will give complete angler history)
   
Place Name MemberID Service District Events Points
1
Andy Lake
ASC 96 18 3178
3
Kenny Carroll
ASC 99 11 3177
4
Bobby Stanfill
ASC 96 6 3171
5
Calvin Hewitt
ASC 18 7 3162
6
Ronald Ellis Burt
ASC 17 9 3149
8
Bobby Clark
ASC 17 13 3135
9
Phillip Anderson
ASC 18 13 3127
10
Sean Anderson
ASC 18 10 3115
11
Trevor Stevenson
ASC 44 9 3098
13
Grady Melton Jr
ASC 26 6 3087
13
Shannon Jordan
ASC 18 6 3087
17
John Axsom
ASC 96 6 3070
18
Monte Morgan
ASC 15 13 3054
19
Curtis Temples
ASC 96 12 3047
21
Randy Heath
ASC 72 9 3040
22
Tony Sheppard
ASC 18 8 3035
23
Ralph E. Smith
ASC 106 6 3032
26
Cole Winn
ASC 96 6 3006
27
Steven Christie
ASC 96 7 3005
29
Daniel Richey
ASC 96 10 2989
30
Zac Udock
ASC 58 7 2984
32
Mark Abbott
ASC 96 6 2971
36
Ron Nutter Jr
ASC 93 6 2962
37
Gene Parker
ASC 14 6 2953
39
Don Warren
ASC 13 11 2941
40
Raymond Trudeau
ASC 23 18 2940
42
Robert Rogers lll
ASC 29 6 2934
43
Chris Sample
ASC 18 6 2931
44
Mark Crosby
ASC 72 14 2930
45
Jeff Holland
ASC 23 6 2924
47
Kevin Fulmer
ASC 96 7 2919
49
Scott Peterman
ASC 72 8 2899
53
Michael SHANE York
ASC 72 6 2869
55
Gene Townsend
ASC 12 9 2858
56
Don Stanley
ASC 94 6 2856
57
Andrew Bray
ASC 7 7 2848
58
Kevin Knotts
ASC 96 11 2840
62
George Salov
ASC 64 6 2824
64
Andy Nowyorkas Jr
ASC 7 8 2801
65
Greg Colburn
ASC 72 10 2800
68
Scott McLamb
ASC 99 9 2782
69
Charles Boyte
ASC 18 11 2767
70
Eric Schell
ASC 17 8 2750
73
James Richmond
ASC 16 9 2745
74
Don Sprinkle
ASC 102 8 2741
75
David Koski
ASC 125 10 2733
77
Randall Woodham
ASC 72 16 2725
78
Chris Hudson
ASC 106 11 2724
83
Jordan Carter
ASC 82 10 2712
87
Eric Craft
ASC 58 11 2689
88
Rick Young
ASC 102 8 2683
89
James Stone
ASC 96 7 2682
90
Terry Morris
ASC 18 7 2681
91
Barry Descaro
ASC 94 6 2669
94
Joseph Kastner
ASC 18 9 2664
98
Michael Garlen
ASC 29 18 2637
99
Evan Buller
ASC 26 9 2633
100
Robert Andrew Robinson
ASC 32 9 2628
101
Jeffrey Zesiger
ASC 19 9 2623
102
Rick Smith
ASC 13 6 2618
105
Don Perkins
ASC 40 9 2608
109
Mark Richardson
ASC 96 7 2580
112
James Zaleski
ASC 58 11 2567
112
James G Barnhill Jr
ASC 16 11 2567
114
James Smith
ASC 12 8 2565
117
Chris Gramling
ASC 18 7 2557
119
James Sumerel
ASC 117 7 2532
120
Al Fortner
ASC 96 6 2531
122
J B Wicker
ASC 96 8 2522
124
Craig Alderman
ASC 4 7 2510
127
Eric Staggs
ASC 75 6 2495
131
Charlie Gray
ASC 93 6 2480
133
Bubba Thorne
ASC 114 12 2464
133
Don Moers
ASC 51 13 2464
136
Carl Cox
ASC 126 10 2451
141
Walter SCOTT Sheffield
ASC 12 17 2424
143
Gruen VonBehrens
ASC 68 7 2402
143
Robert McSweeny
ASC 13 9 2402
146
Jim Windham
ASC 72 6 2393
155
Conrad Guttenfelder
ASC 44 10 2363
156
Richard Fanning
ASC 29 9 2354
158
George Smith
ASC 27 9 2338
162
Al Berkley
ASC 13 7 2316
163
John Jones
ASC 68 10 2306
166
Richard Chambless
ASC 7 6 2296
169
Matthew Bennett
ASC 39 9 2274
170
Jim Holsonback
ASC 29 11 2273
171
Kevin Jackson
ASC 49 9 2271
172
Mark Inman
ASC 13 9 2257
174
James Gause
ASC 82 8 2242
178
Earl Purcell Jr
ASC 96 9 2214
179
Allen Peters
ASC 117 7 2213
181
Joseph Johnson
ASC 30 8 2201
183
Bennie Lee
ASC 72 7 2200
184
Jeff Gause
ASC 82 7 2198
188
Bobby Sims
ASC 18 8 2168
190
Tony Postell
ASC 26 6 2148
192
Michael Bailey
ASC 5 9 2147
195
Tonnie Tucker
ASC 14 9 2139
198
Bobby Standridge
ASC 25 12 2124
What is a Competition Team?

This is a special ranking of members based their group designation. Members that ever served in the military they are placed in that military branch’s service team or in the Homeland Security Service Team. If the member never served in the military they are placed either in the Eagle (Non Military) or the Lady Angler service team.

Why have service teams? This allows the rank members within their group. For example: Who is the top Army Angler? With this ranking method the top 5 from each service team receive special awards and recognition at the ABA national championship.

Must I have served in the military to be in one of the military service teams? Yes, if you have never served in the military you can still be in the associate or the lady angler service team.

Can I be in any service team I want to be in? No, you must have been belong or been in either a military branch or in the case of the Homeland Security Team you must be serving or veterans of the Coast Guard, Fire Fighter, Law Enforcement or a Registered EMT (Registered Emergency Medical Technician)

ABA Service Teams

  • Army (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Navy (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Air Force (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Marine (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Coast Guard (include those now serving in or veterans)
  • Homeland Security (Coast Guard, Fire Fighters, Law Enforcement, Registered EMT)
  • Eagle (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces)
  • Lady Anglers (Members that have not served in the Military Armed Forces

 

 

 

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