2016 eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings – TaG – October 20

Lemke remains top driver heading into SuperNationals

Senior rookie Brandon Lemke leads the TaG Driver Rankings heading into the SuperNationals 20 (Photo: EKN)

EKN Driver Rankings logoThe 2016 season is coming to a close, and thus, so will the eKartingNews.com Driver Rankings. It has been an interesting year, especially in the TaG divisions across the United States. There has been no shortage of events, and at each, it seems to be the same drivers that are competing for the victory. No one in the currant top-10 has yet to win at the SKUSA SuperNationals in the 13 years of the X30 Senior / TaG Senior division with 27 of the current top-50 scheduled to compete at this year’s Las Vegas spectacular.

2015 SKUSA Pro Tour Junior champion Brandon Lemke has soared to the top of the EKN Driver Rankings in his first year. Thanks to a five-win championship at the United States Pro Kart Series, the Franklin Motorsports / Merlin driver heads into Las Vegas as the driver to beat for the top spot in the Driver Rankings. Behind him is last year’s #1 Brandon Jarsocrak. ‘Money’ has not seen the top of the podium at the national level since a victory during WKA Daytona KartWeek in December 2015. Second and third-place performances have kept him in the hunt for the top spot. The KartSport North America / Praga driver jumped ahead of Ryan Norberg to enter the SuperNationals in the second spot. Norberg lost a finish at the 2015 US Rotax Grand Nationals, thus dropping to third. The Orlando Kart Center / Tony Kart driver has led the SKUSA Pro Tour standings since the SpringNationals, entering with a comfortable advantage. As we have seen, anything can happen in Las Vegas.

Sitting fourth is 2014 #1 driver Jake Craig. It was a phenomenal season, earning the US Rotax Grand Nationals and the SKUSA Pro Tour championship that year. In August, Craig notched his second US Rotax Grand Nationals title in Sonoma, but is out of contention for the SKUSA Pro Tour crown this year. A SuperNationals victory still eludes his CV, and Craig is back aboard the Tony Kart brand that he dominated with in 2014. Had it not been for getting taken out in the second corner on SuperSunday that year, Craig could have done the SuperSweep.

Momentum is on the side for Braden Eves. The new Manufacturers Cup Series IAME Senior champion recorded four wins in July and September between WKA and USPKS competition. Each and every weekend, the MDD / Kosmic pilot is among the quickest on the track. Eves was among those in contention last year in his first time competing in the Senior category at the SuperNationals, until contact took him out early on SuperSunday. Eves is among the favorites heading into Las Vegas.

The Austin Garrison stock is on the rise as well. Since moving over to the CompKart operation in May, the partnership went through its growing pains, and now, they have built a strong tandem in TaG competition. The Florida driver placed runner-up at the SummerNationals on Saturday, and had a win taken away from a penalty at the USPKS finale. Having not participated at the SpringNationals, Garrison is out of the title chase, so he and CompKart are ‘all in’ for a victory at the SuperNationals.

Up to seventh in the standings is Senior rookie Zach Holden. Has it not been for Lemke’s season, Holden would be considered the top rookie of 2016. The Koene USA / Tony Kart driver won at WKA and USPKS this year, and is inside the top-10 in the SKUSA Pro Tour standings. Holden ran runner-up on SuperSunday in the TaG Junior main event, looking for another trip to the podium in his Senior SuperNationals debut.

Challenge of the Americas champion Christian Brooks is eighth as we near the end of the 2016 season. Brooks was the top rookie in 2015, placing fifth in the EKN Driver Rankings. The Nash Motorsportz pilot has been busy in 2016, racing in the Red Bull Global Rallycross Lites program, finishing fifth in the driver championship. Brooks was the lone Team USA driver to qualify for the main event at the Rotax Grand Finals in Italy last week, placing 24th in the world. Brooks stood on the podium in fifth for his SuperNationals Senior debut last year, looking for a similar end to the season.

Falling down to ninth is current Team USA Scholarship driver Kyle Kirkwood. The Florida driver lost his 2015 US Rotax Grand Nationals victory from the Driver Rankings total, thus the reason for his drop. His performance with PSL Karting / Birel ART has kept him within the top-10, and is the lead challenger in the SKUSA Pro Tour championship chase. Kirkwood is a former SuperNationals winner, earning the victory in S5 Junior Stock Moto back in 2013, finishing third in S2 Semi-Pro Stock Moto the next year. Not racing at last year’s SuperNationals, Kirkwood has room to improve his status in the EKN Driver Rankings.

Completing the top-10 is veteran TJ Koyen. The Wisconsin driver is set to hung up the helmet for full-time racing after roughly 15 seasons at the national level. His plans are to focus more attention to his business Oktane Visual as well as support the Innovative Performance operation in 2017 as driver coach. Koyen worked his way forward throughout the SummerNationals, claiming the runner-up finish following penalties. It was the first SKUSA podium since the SummerNationals 2013. With the SuperNationals as the swan song for Koyen, we hope nothing but the best for him during the week.


TaG #1 – Brandon Lemke
Eagle, Wisconsin

(Photo: EKN)

(Photo: EKN)

It is not unusual to see Senior rookies show speed and contend for victories during their early first season. Lemke has surpassed that, immediately becoming a front-running contender. After earning the WKA Winter Cup championship, Lemke went on to win five of the eight main events at the United States Pro Kart Series to earn the championship. The Franklin Motorsports / Merlin pilot went the entire WKA Manufacturers Cup Series program without a victory until the finale, winning the last round in New Castle to close out with a victory. Out of the SKUSA Pro Tour title chase, Lemke is gunning for a podium at the SuperNationals next month to finish out the EKN Driver Rankings in the #1 spot.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #2 9 3 1063
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #1 9 2 1068
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #2 9 1 1077
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #3 9 2 1058
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #4 9 1 1067
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #5 9 1 1054
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #6 9 1 1053

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 1.57
Average Points: 1062.9
Total Points: 7440

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TaG #2 – Brandon Jarsocrak
Shillington, Pennsylvania

(Photo: EKN)

(Photo: EKN)

Last year’s #1 is still in the hunt. It has been nearly 12 months without a major victory, winning in his Praga debut and KartSport North America first appearance. ‘Money’ has been a factor at nearly every event he’s attended, coming up short with a number of third-place results, finishing out the year with a runner-up at the WKA Man. Cup finale. No championships in either WKA or USPKS competition, the SKUSA Pro Tour title is a tough feat to accomplish, still mathematically in the hunt but out by 259 points. Last year’s ninth place finish was the first time in three years to make the main event. Now having felt the SuperSunday spectacular, Jarsocrak is going for nothing but the #1 spot.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SuperNationals 2015 10 9 1090
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #2 9 6 1031
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #1 9 3 1057
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #2 9 3 1055
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #3 9 3 1047
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #1 9 3 1070
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #2 9 5 1046

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.57
Average Points: 1056.6
Total Points: 7396

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TaG #3 – Ryan Norberg
Orlando, Florida

(Photo: EKN)

(Photo: EKN)

The shining sophomore of 2016 is Ryan Norberg. As a rookie in 2015, the Florida driver won his first race at the USPKS program and continued to develop behind the wheel. It was a season of jumping around between Ocala Gran Prix on the Tony Kart and Checkered Motorsports aboard a PCR. Securing a spot at Orlando Kart Center, Norberg has shined on the Tony Kart in all different programs. He finished top-five in USPKS and won the only two races in WKA competition. Norberg secured the Rok Cup USA championship and drove to a top-10 finish at the International Final in Italy last week. Now, the focus is on maintaining the SKUSA Pro Tour championship lead he has established with three victories in four races to become the seventh different Senior champion.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
SKUSA SpringNationals ’16 #1 9 1 1068
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #3 9 5 1026
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #4 9 2 1057
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #5 9 5 1012
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #1 9 1 1092
SKUSA SummerNationals ’16 #2 9 1 1090
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #8 9 4 1020

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 2.71
Average Points: 1052.1
Total Points: 7365

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TaG ‘On the Move’ – #11
Jake Donald
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

(Photo: EKN)

(Photo: EKN)

The last few months were very successful for the KartSport North America driver Jake Donald. A resident of Pittsburgh, two weekends at his home track helped to move him up the Driver Rankings. First was a double win weekend for the WKA Manufacturers Cup Series. The FA Kart driver then returned to the Pittsburgh International Race Complex for the USPKS weekend, claiming two podium finishes. Donald is not scheduled to compete at the SuperNationals, and finishes the 2016 season with a strong resume.

Point Breakdown

Race Rank Finish Points
WKA Man. Cup Series 2016 #1 8.5 6 982
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #5 9 8 980
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #6 9 8 979
WKA Man. Cup Series 2016 #7 8.5 1 965
WKA Man. Cup Series 2016 #8 8.5 1 965
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #7 9 3 1030
United States Pro Kart Series ’16 #8 9 2 1041

Inside the Stats
Average Finish: 4.14
Average Points: 991.7
Total Points: 6942


EKN Driver Rankings Calculation Process
The EKN Driver Rankings are calculated using a driver’s best finishes in major North American races. Assembled using events from the previous 12 months from the current date, we use a driver’s best seven finishes in TaG and six in Stock Moto to determine their overall current point total. With each new release, results posted from more than one year ago are discarded. To deliver our ranking list, we tabulate the results of all the national programs and selected regional programs. We have included the results for the major one-off events such as the SKUSA SuperNationals, the US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals, the Rock Island Grand Prix, and the Streets of Lancaster Grand Prix.

Each race is initially weighted based on the prestige and history of the event or series with a score of ten (10) being the highest attainable base ranking. For 2016, the SKUSA Pro Tour and US Rotax Max Challenge Grand Nationals receive a score of 10 in their initial weighting in the TaG category while the SuperNationals is the lone event in the Stock Moto division. A base ranking of nine (9) goes to the United States Pro Kart Series, Florida Winter Tour Rotax Max Challenge, Challenge of the Americas, Rock Island Grand Prix and California ProKart Challenge. Other national and regional program races were given a base ranking of either 8.5 or 8.

The EKN staff reserves the right to adjust the rankings of each event throughout the year. A minimum entry total for any events considered for the Driver Rankings program is five (5). If an event does not have at least five (5) drivers starting the race, those results will not be tabulated toward the Driver Rankings.

Added to these initial rankings are two variables that help confirm the true importance of an event to the ranking process – field size and field strength. A percentage of one weighting point is added for the size of the field, while the number of existing top 50 drivers entered offers another full point or fraction of a point. The sum of these numbers becomes the overall ranking for any race. Following a race, drivers receive points based on their finishing positions with 100 points earned for a win. Each subsequent position drops by one point with 99 points given to the second place driver and so on throughout the field. These points are then multiplied by the overall ranking to produce a driver’s final point total from each event. Using a driver’s best seven races in TaG, six for Stock Moto, we calculate each driver’s overall score and subsequent ranking.


EKN TaG Driver Rankings – as of October 20, 2016

Pos. Aug. 5 Plus/Minus Driver Races Score
1. 1 NC Brandon Lemke 26 7440
2. 3 1 Brandon Jarsocrak 28 7396
3. 2 -1 Ryan Norberg 23 7365
4. 4 NC Jake Craig 14 7360
5. 6 1 Braden Eves 27 7313
6. 7 1 Austin Garrison 20 7274
7. 8 1 Zach Holden 23 7222
8. 9 1 Christian Brooks 17 7147
9. 5 -4 Kyle Kirkwood 12 7072
10. 11 1 TJ Koyen 22 7000
11. 21 10 Jacob Donald 16 6942
12. 23 11 Bradley Zilisch 13 6880
13. 29 16 Armin Cavkusic 16 6863
14. 14 NC AJ Myers 9 6837
15. 17 2 David Ilavia 14 6815
16. 16 NC Nick Ramirez 11 6785
17. 10 -7 Elliot Finlayson 9 6783
18. 18 NC Alexander Kardashian 13 6774
19. 12 -7 Phillippe Denes 11 6770
20. 25 5 Nicky Hays 10 6748
21. 15 -6 Jonathan Kotyk 14 6733
22. 20 -2 Kellen Ritter 18 6730
23. 24 1 Coltin McCaughan 12 6661
24. 35 11 Billy Musgrave 9 6618
25. 32 7 Colby DuBato 10 6598
26. 27 1 Mike McAndrews 9 6591
27. 22 -5 Robby Seward 9 6577
28. 43 15 Kyle Dupell 16 6556
29. 28 -1 Nathan Adds 14 6556
30. 39 9 Max Hewitt 12 6549
31. 13 -18 Luke Selliken 7 6531
32. 38 6 Adam Smalley 13 6510
33. 26 -7 Walker Hess 15 6484
34. 30 -4 Calvin Ming 14 6483
35. 47 12 Dario Cangialosi 17 6463
36. 36 NC Abby McLaughlin 29 6439
37. 34 -3 Mick Gabriel 11 6420
38. 114 76 Andrew Bujdoso 12 6386
39. 33 -6 Michael Geringer 8 6364
40. 41 1 Derek Wang 10 6332
41. 45 4 Josh Hotz 21 6322
42. 88 46 Jordan Sherratt 7 6311
43. 42 -1 Nick Landi 12 6307
44. 44 NC Michael Michoff 7 6300
45. 46 1 Lane Vacala 25 6256
46. 85 39 Ryan Raffa 13 6234
47. 40 -7 Justin Neu 10 6229
48. 48 NC Luke van Herwaarde 11 6202
49. 49 NC Zach Pettinicchi 18 6201
50. 56 6 Josh Sarchet 9 6194
51. 50 -1 Scott Saunders 7 6107
52. 96 44 Michael Avansino 7 6098
53. 51 -2 Christopher Mann 8 6092
54. 53 -1 Spencer Kunz 10 6087
55. 52 -3 Julia Boos 16 6058
56. 60 4 Kyle Loh 14 6037
57. 104 47 Enzo Prevost 8 6005
58. 101 43 Olivia Horn 7 5992
59. 54 -5 Austin Schulz 10 5982
60. 160 100 Joseph Budzinski 10 5957
61. 55 -6 Adam Crepin 14 5932
62. 139 77 Rudy Agras 7 5906
63. 62 -1 Aaron Bromberek 16 5875
64. 58 -6 Charlie Jafari 8 5873
65. 82 17 Thomas Beaudoin 8 5852
66. 110 44 Antonio de Lis 7 5834
67. 61 -6 Brenden Baker 6 5831
68. 74 6 Andrew Wilson 11 5798
69. 57 -12 Brett Mitchell 10 5781
70. 64 -6 Leonardo Stoia 8 5773
71. 154 83 Roberto Perez 8 5773
72. 150 78 Dominic Giansiracusa 8 5751
73. 70 -3 Porter Weisensel 11 5744
74. 148 74 Jonathan Yobbagy 8 5723
75. 72 -3 Oliver Askew 6 5688
76. 83 7 Brendan Fabular 9 5686
77. 69 -8 Gary Roehl 11 5681
78. 84 6 Franco Carabretta 7 5678
79. 71 -8 Jim McKinney 6 5661
80. 63 -17 Kindra Hurlbert 7 5659
81. 65 -16 Monroe Jordan 8 5659
82. 90 8 James K Russell 8 5640
83. 153 70 AJ Zale 7 5623
84. 78 -6 Galo Barros III 10 5613
85. 75 -10 Miguel Mier 10 5593
86. 31 -55 Matt Johnson 6 5416
87. 118 31 Ethan Barrett 6 5350
88. 178 90 Garrett Johnston 6 5232
89. 79 -10 Michael Bovim 6 5115
90. 80 -10 Stirling Fairman 6 5102
91. 81 -10 Louie Pagano 5 5059
92. 106 14 Anthony Sawyer 6 5056
93. 144 51 Garrett Moran 6 4980
94. 130 36 Matt Stagl 6 4930
95. 155 60 Remo Ruscitti 6 4904
96. 142 46 Marcellus Dukes 6 4821
97. 68 -29 David Galownia 6 4812
98. 149 51 Rocco Cannata 6 4779
99. 195 96 Dominick Ferrara 6 4741
100. 67 -33 Nick Martin 6 4700
101. 89 -12 Darren Keane 5 4608
102. 19 -83 Andrick Zeen 5 4607
103. 92 -11 Gianfranco Mazzaferro 5 4474
104. 97 -7 Carson Kapica 5 4434
105. 122 17 Bradley Dezall 5 4421
106. 177 71 Cody Kelleher 5 4420
107. 76 -31 Matt Solarczyk 5 4376
108. 129 21 Jessica Dezall 5 4242
109. 99 -10 Victor Franzoni 5 4227
110. 100 -10 Jess Peterson 5 4218
111. 102 -9 Samuel Gerlof 5 4202
112. 103 -9 Logan Cusson 5 4167
113. 59 -54 Emily Hurlbert 5 4143
114. 105 -9 Austin Bialaski 5 4132
115. 66 -49 Darin Marcus 5 4054
116. 138 22 Simone Perego 5 4035
117. 108 -9 Marco Maestranzi 4 4023
118. 145 27 Matthew Paesch 5 4014
119. 136 17 Jamie McAllister 5 4011
120. 109 -11 Carlos Rodriguez Lopez 5 3988
121. 111 -10 Kirby Spraggins 5 3932
122. 274 152 Giovanni Shadd 5 3869
123. 87 -36 Worawong Komarakul 5 3845
124. 192 68 Andre Nicastro 4 3717
125. 115 -10 Stepanova Nekeel 4 3684
126. 93 -33 Michael Giessen 4 3637
127. 119 -8 Blake Hunt 4 3592
128. 120 -8 Noel Dowler 4 3574
129. 121 -8 Ryan Martin 4 3532
130. 94 -36 Dalton Dow 4 3512
131. 123 -8 Alain Sisdeli 4 3491
132. 175 43 Stephen Mallozzi 4 3437
133. 95 -38 Conner Ford 4 3436
134. 126 -8 Annie Breidinger 4 3433
135. 127 -8 Olin Galli 4 3421
136. 262 126 Kyle Apuzzo 4 3372
137. 77 -60 Derek Dignan 4 3357
138. 131 -7 Mateo Diaz 4 3306
139. 128 -11 Adam Rylance 4 3303
140. 194 54 Michael Lin 4 3299
141. 132 -9 Toni Breidinger 4 3294
142. 134 -8 Nathan Ratton 4 3266
143. 135 -8 Whitney Stevenson 4 3264
144. 137 -7 Austin Debord 4 3244
145. 143 -2 Kennan Hertzner 4 3238
146. 73 -73 Jarett Belge 4 3227
147. 140 -7 Jimmy Simpson 4 3223
148. 146 -2 Davey Hamilton Jr. 4 3206
149. 247 98 Zia Harvey 4 3206
150. 358 208 Alejandro Marquez 4 3202
151. 151 NC Zach Banks 4 3180
152. 152 NC Henry Brass 4 3176
153. 261 108 Alex Salsbury 4 3174
154. 186 32 Moises De Lavara 4 3166
155. 158 3 Jim Russell Jr. 4 3163
156. 193 37 Jason Angles 4 3125
157. 159 2 Alex Cognac 4 3100
158. 112 -46 Chase Dow 4 3090
159. 86 -73 Austin McCusker 3 3012
160. 162 2 Trenton Estep 3 2835
161. 163 2 David Vasquez 3 2795
162. 91 -71 Roger Ralston Jr. 3 2773
163. 164 1 Zachary Claman-Demelo 3 2744
164. 165 1 Rinus Van Kalmthout 3 2731
165. 166 1 Bryce Choquer 3 2671
166. 167 1 Nicholas Hornbostel 3 2642
167. 378 211 Nic LeDuc 3 2627
168. 172 4 Zach Rivera 3 2557
169. 173 4 Jesse Krill 3 2532
170. 224 54 Christian Cole 3 2502
171. 179 8 Gustavo Rafols 3 2491
172. 346 174 James Armas 3 2485
173. 226 53 Chris Maxson 3 2484
174. 352 178 Savannah Croutcher 3 2483
175. 107 -68 Brandon Collins 3 2479
176. 181 5 David Malukas 3 2458
177. 182 5 Justin Ovejero 3 2458
178. 246 68 Tom Dyer 3 2458
179. 133 -46 Andriy Tsyupka 3 2417
180. 185 5 Jarrett Duncovich 3 2411
181. 188 7 Yan Liang 3 2378
182. 169 -13 Gabe Bargas 3 2376
183. 156 -27 Joel Wishnewski 3 2376
184. 190 6 Haopeng Zhang 3 2347
185. 183 -2 Andre Irigoyen 3 2345
186. 275 89 Logan Mueller 3 2329
187. 198 11 AJ Allmendinger 2 1944
188. 113 -75 Austin Elliott 2 1935
189. 117 -72 Justice Lepe 2 1860
190. 201 11 Davide Greco 2 1859
191. 202 11 Cedrik Lupien 2 1849
192. 168 -24 Scott Kopp 2 1836
193. 161 -32 Mason Marotta 2 1834
194. 204 10 Jordon Lennox 2 1833
195. 205 10 Pedro Calbimonte 2 1818
196. 207 11 Roman De Angelis 2 1800
197. 116 -81 Sam Cate 2 1792
198. 208 10 Carlee Taylor 2 1786
199. 369 170 Breanna Miscione 2 1782
200. 209 9 Phillip Arscott 2 1773
201. 210 9 Ben Maxfield 2 1762
202. 211 9 Kyle Kalish 2 1760
203. 340 137 Colton Aldridge 2 1759
204. 212 8 Brendan Burcroff 2 1748
205. 213 8 Greg Osborne Jr. 2 1741
206. - - Edward Fortier 2 1738
207. 215 8 Dakota Pesek 2 1729
208. 216 8 Mauricio J. Hernandez Guillen 2 1726
209. 218 9 Nicolas Dapero 2 1719
210. 219 9 Tyler Bennett 2 1715
211. - - Jake Venberg 2 1714
212. - - Kiron Chakraborty 2 1709
213. 220 7 Sasha Brun-Wibaux 2 1708
214. 221 7 Dylan Palatin 2 1694
215. 199 -16 Jake French 2 1694
216. 187 -29 Mark Boos 2 1694
217. - - Carter Herrera 2 1692
218. - - Austin Wilkins 2 1689
219. 222 3 David Kalb Jr. 2 1680
220. 223 3 Diego Dominguez 2 1676
221. 170 -51 Jake Nielsen 2 1674
222. - - Dylan North 2 1672
223. 225 2 Alfred Gagliardi 2 1666
224. 227 3 John Berry 2 1662
225. 228 3 Michael Ilavia 2 1662
226. 229 3 Ryan Rush 2 1662
227. 230 3 Matteo Vigano 2 1660
228. 174 -54 Dallas Hollins 2 1657
229. 231 2 Laurentin Mardan 2 1654
230. 232 2 Xander Clements 2 1654
231. 233 2 Christian Vomir 2 1653
232. 371 139 Paige Evans 2 1653
233. 234 1 Adam Isman 2 1650
234. 235 1 Bryan Danieli 2 1650
235. 333 98 Carlos Calderon 2 1648
236. 236 NC Richard Lee 2 1647
237. 237 NC Javier Gonzalez 2 1645
238. 239 1 Sebastian Alvarez 2 1637
239. 240 1 Hans Thomsen 2 1635
240. 125 -115 Matt England 2 1634
241. 241 NC Dominic Tesoro 2 1629
242. 242 NC Jacob Astren 2 1629
243. 243 NC Shaun Hodgson 2 1629
244. 244 NC John Bonanno 2 1627
245. 176 -69 Chris Wilberg 2 1612
246. 249 3 Nicholas Leone 2 1609
247. 252 5 Chase Outcault 2 1602
248. 253 5 Pedro Cabrera 2 1601
249. - - Sean Mann 2 1599
250. 257 7 Alex Nowysz 2 1598
251. - - James Moeller 2 1596
252. 259 7 Paige Wallin 2 1594
253. 359 106 Ayrton Kazee 2 1593
254. 263 9 Brian Kynsi 2 1582
255. 267 12 Stan Crocker 2 1580
256. 268 12 Calen Richmond 2 1578
257. 269 12 Pedro Goulart 2 1572
258. 384 126 David Osborne 2 1566
259. 270 11 Kaz Sinnott 2 1566
260. 271 11 Neil Carvalho 2 1566
261. 273 12 Spencer Patterson 2 1551
262. 266 4 Rylee Osborn 2 1547
263. 276 13 Brendan Nelson 2 1532
264. 277 13 Russell Soto 2 1525
265. 278 13 Roger Weekes 2 1524
266. 279 13 Alex Geicius 2 1507
267. 280 13 Joey Paonessa 2 1506
268. 281 13 Kingsley So 2 1505
269. 282 13 Will Harvey 2 1491
270. 283 13 Aidan Abdulali 2 1473
271. 284 13 Tazio Torregianni 2 1462
272. 286 14 Devin Bowerman 2 1451
273. 287 14 Zachary Hancock 2 1388
274. 288 14 Michael Miranda 2 1306
275. 289 14 Logan Sargeant 1 1150
276. 290 14 Marcu Dionisios 1 1126
277. 291 14 David Sera 1 1114
278. 293 15 Louis Prette 1 1067
279. 294 15 Alfie Brown 1 1043
280. 295 15 Liam McLellan 1 1031
281. 296 15 Chris Wehrheim 1 996
282. - - Chance Skaufel 1 989
283. - - Artie Carpenter 1 979
284. - - Jake Drew 1 979
285. 298 13 Mike Bartels 1 972
286. 299 13 Mauricio Van Der Laan 1 966
287. - - Parker McKean 1 937
288. 309 21 Aaron Snyder 1 929
289. 302 13 Josh Lane 1 920
290. 303 13 Marcus Petersen 1 915
291. 305 14 Jordi Marcon 1 913
292. 306 14 Daniel Roeper 1 910
293. 308 15 Luis Jose Forteza 1 903
294. 310 16 Niklas Kry 1 901
295. - - James Hayner 1 899
296. 311 15 Brett Smrz 1 894
297. - - Jason North 1 891
298. 329 31 Shelby Sander 1 889
299. 98 -201 Billy Lewis 1 879
300. - - Marco Eakins 1 879
301. 316 15 Marco DiLeo 1 874
302. 124 -178 Austin Osborne 1 865
303. 318 15 Facundo Chapur 1 865
304. 319 15 Henry Taleb 1 864
305. - - Brandon Beauchamp 1 859
306. 321 15 Linus Lindgren 1 858
307. - - Anthony Honeywell 1 854
308. - - Jaimie Sander 1 849
309. 322 13 Junrong Chen 1 847
310. 297 -13 Morgan Healey 1 844
311. 325 14 Sting Ray Robb 1 842
312. 326 14 Kevin Breysse 1 841
313. 327 14 Dylan Cartier 1 835
314. 330 16 Jesse Lazare 1 833
315. 331 16 Andrew Palmer 1 832
316. 332 16 Sean Andros 1 832
317. - - Menwa Arakelian 1 829
318. 334 16 Ricardo Vargas 1 827
319. 335 16 Constantino Seferlis 1 826
320. 184 -136 Mark Vielgut 1 823
321. 336 15 Oscar Lee 1 823
322. 337 15 Ariel Castro 1 822
323. 338 15 Logan McDonough 1 821
324. 339 15 Billy Cleavelin 1 820
325. 341 16 Nick Losito 1 820
326. 342 16 John Balen 1 818
327. 343 16 Tyler DeGraff 1 818
328. 344 16 Carlos Gonzalez 1 816
329. - - Brandon White 1 812
330. 147 -183 Dan Nyman 1 812
331. 345 14 Ivana Cetinich 1 812
332. 347 15 Lawrence Marquette 1 812
333. 348 15 Charlie Craig 1 811
334. 304 -30 Michel Manning 1 809
335. 349 14 Siyu Chen 1 808
336. 350 14 Jack Dorsen 1 807
337. 351 14 Alexander Muller 1 806
338. - - Brad Brittin 1 804
339. 353 14 Ellis Musso 1 802
340. - - Roman Alekseenkov 1 801
341. 354 13 Jared Faitz 1 799
342. 355 13 Greg Gleisner 1 798
343. 356 13 Sonny Cervelli 1 798
344. 357 13 Ayrton Mutagaana 1 797
345. - - Michael Politis 1 794
346. 360 14 Travis Waddell 1 788
347. - - Chris Mann 1 787
348. 361 13 Justin Smalley 1 787
349. 362 13 Parker Locke 1 787
350. - - Varun Balasubramaniam 1 787
351. - - Jared Burchette 1 786
352. 364 12 Thomas Preining 1 782
353. 365 12 Zach Harvey 1 782
354. 366 12 Pedro Columna 1 780
355. 368 13 Jin Bai 1 777
356. - - Julio Barreiro 1 776
357. 372 15 Brett Carr 1 770
358. 373 15 Jesse Tourino 1 770
359. 375 16 Chase Farley 1 769
360. 377 17 Jack Black 1 767
361. 379 18 Riley Osborn 1 761
362. 380 18 Mason Cohen 1 759
363. 381 18 Michael Neopolitan 1 759
364. 383 19 Ryan Miller 1 756
365. 385 20 Tripp Gerrald 1 745
366. 387 21 Gianluca Isolino 1 741
367. 388 21 Hugo Esteban Rangel 1 738
368. 389 21 Paulo Lopes 1 737
369. 390 21 Max Migliore 1 734
370. 391 21 Scot Carapellatti 1 734
371. 392 21 Keith McDonnell 1 731
372. 393 21 Thomas Jackson 1 730
373. 394 21 Jared Higham 1 728
374. 395 21 Santiago Porteiro 1 722
375. 396 21 Kim Carapellatti 1 713
376. 398 22 John McCusker 1 696
377. 399 22 Miles Frantz 1 662
378. 171 -207 Colin Warren 1 614

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