Full name
Shane VAN BOENING
Born
Jul. 14, 1983
Country
United States
Residence
Sioux Falls, SD, USA

Year active
2006-
Sponsor(s)
Cuetec
Equipment(s)
Cuetec
2017 Year in Review
EARNINGS     AZB MONEY LEADERBOARD
$91,520 2nd
PAYOUT     RANK     TOURNAMENT
$15,000 1st US Open 10-Ball 2017
$10,000 1st SBE 2017 Players C'ship
$8,000 1st Chinook Winds Late Night 10-Ball
$6,000 1st Pac-West Invitational
$5,000 * 1st Accu-Stats Make It Happen One Pocket Invitational
$15,000 2nd World Cup of Pool
$8,000 2nd DCC 2017 9B Div.
$7,400 2nd US Open 8-Ball 2017
$6,000 2nd Inaugural Scotty Townsend Memorial One Pocket
$4,000 2nd Upper Midwest Pro Am 8-Ball
$4,000 3rd The Break Room's 8-Ball Classic
$1,500 3rd West Coast Challenge One Pocket
$4,000 5th World Pool Masters 2017
$1,620 5th Chinook Winds Open 8-Ball
$1,064 * 9th Dynamic Billiard Italian Open
$400 9th West Coast 9 Ball Pro Challenge
$600 15th DCC 2017 9B Banks Div.
Biography

Shane Van Boeing was born July 14, 1983, in Rapid City, South Dakota. His titles include:

 

  • 2007 Reno Open 9-Ball Championship
  • 2007 U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship
  • 2007 Predator World Ten-ball Championship, Jacksonville, Florida
  • 2007 Inside POOL Magazine Player of the Year
  • 2007 Billiards Digest Player of the Year (male)
  • 2007 Pool & Billiard Magazine Player of the Year (male)
  • 2007 Pool & Billiard Magazine Fans' Top 20 Favorite Players, #11
  • 2008 US Bar Table Championship - 10 Ball Division
  • 2008 UPA Pro Players Championship
  • 2009 Derby City Classic 9-Ball Division
  • 2010 Players Championship
  • 2010 Ultimate 10 Ball Championship
  • 2011 Derby City Classic Master of the Table
  • 2011 Steve Mizerak Championship
  • 2011 US Open 10 Ball Championship
  • 2011 Turning Stone Classic XVIII
  • 2011 2011 Pool Ocho Open
  • 2012 U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship
  • 2012 Derby City Master of the Table
  • 2012 US Open One Pocket
  • 2012 Players Championship

Mr. Van Boening has been dominant on the professional pool scene since his debut and in 2007 won three majors, including the U.S. Open. He repeated the Open win in 2012. He is known for his work ethic and devotion to improving his skills. He has been a reguilar feature of TAR broadcasts and has won 10 of the 15 appearances he has made there.