2022 Fall USAM Preliminaries

September 10, 2022 6:09 PM

by APA Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill

2022 Fall USAM Preliminaries

September 10, 2022 6:09 PM

by APA Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill

Links to the tournament boards for this weekend's USAM preliminary round at Break Time Billiards in Cary, NC are listed at the bottom of this post.


USAM Open Player Registration 4:30pm

USAM Open Player Meeting 5:30pm

USAM Open Play Begins 6:00pm


USAM Open Play Begins 10:30am

USAM Women's Player Registration 11:00am

USAM Women's Player Meeting 11:30am

USAM Women's Play Begins 12:00pm


All play resumes 10:30am


USAM Round Times (Open & Women's)

USAM Open Tournament Board

USAM Womens Tournament Board  

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