2006-07 Rank: 25
Exempt Thru: 2007-08
Career PBA 300 Games: 35
Earned Exemption: 25th in the 2006-07 PBA World Point Rankings
Personal: Daniel Albert Wiseman (pronounced WIZE-men)? Resides in Baltimore, Md.? Collects scale models of Ford Mustangs, Match Box and Hot Wheels? Likes to modify his 1996 Ford Mystic Cobra and attend car shows? Enjoys watching live music? Favorite music includes hard rock, metal and some alternative? Favorite bands are TOOL, Godsmack and Metallica? Favorite TV shows include "Rides," "Pinks" and "Monster Garage"? Enjoys attending IRL (Indy Racing League), NASCAR and NHRA races during the off-season.
2006-07: Bounced back from an injury-riddled 2005-06 season to return to the form that saw him have a career-year in 2004-05? Made two championship round appearances after failing to make a TV appearance the previous season for the first time since 1994? Made his first championship round in nearly two years in his hometown of Baltimore, finishing fourth in the 2006 Beltway Classic? Fell to eventual champion Sean Rash, 256-236, in the semifinals? Made the finals in the 2007 Denny?s World Championship, this time falling to eventual champion Doug Kent, 235-219? It was his sixth career Major finals TV appearance and his first since winning the 2004 Masters? Finished the season 25th in the PBA Word Point Rankings? Took home $53,750 in season earnings which ranked 19th on Tour? Cashed in all 19 events and made match play 10 times? Tied for 13th on Tour with a 221.76 average? Missed match play in the first three events of the season before rebounding with five consecutive match play appearances to close out the first half? Followed his fourth-place finish in Baltimore with a 10th-place showing in the 2006 Columbia 300 Classic? Started the second half slowly, missing match play in five of the first six events? Broke the slump with an eighth-place finish in the Go RVing Classic? A week later missed match play in the Bayer Classic, then had to withdraw from the 64th U.S. Open due to a foot infection? Fell to 32nd in the PBA World Point Rankings? Made match play in the final three events, including his third-place finish in the Denny?s World Championship, to secure his exemption.
Career: Owns 11 career Denny's PBA Tour titles, having captured two titles apiece in 1990, '91 and '95? Has cashed in 290 of 438 career events? Is 46-31 in 42 career singles TV appearances, with a 224.51 average? Has made 182 match play appearances... Won his lone Major title in the 2004 USBC Masters which was held at the Milwaukee Brewers? Miller Park? Owns six PBA Regional Tour titles, and has earned $74,957 in regional winnings? Has $1,363,435 in career PBA winnings, good for 19th all-time.
Career Standard Titles (10): 1990 - Baltimore, Md.; Riverside, Calif.; 1991 - Seattle, Wash.; St. Louis, Mo.; 1995 - Erie, Pa.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; 1998 - Portland, Ore.; 2000 - Austin, Texas; 2001-02 - N. Brunswick, N.J.; 2002-03 - Vernon Hills, Ill.
Career Major Titles (1): 2004 USBC Masters, Milwaukee, Wis.
Joined PBA: 1987
PBA Tour Earnings:
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