Austin Keen took the top spot in Outer Banks, NC last weekend and in doing so moved himself to second place on the tour based on total points. However, a closer look shows him narrowly in first place after dropping his two lowest scores, clearly challenging front runner Sam Stinnett for the top spot. Brad Domke took second at the event moving up to fifth place on the tour while Morgan Just took third, and moved into third on the tour. Perry Pruitt, Teddy Vlasis, Blair Conklin and Tim Fulton all came up shorter than they would have liked at the event but largely held onto their tour rankings.
This was event five of the eight stop tour and this is the first time in the history of the UST that we have had five different winners for the first five stops. As a result, the rankings are incredibly close with any of the top seven in a strong position to take the 2013 title.
The Women competed in their first ever east coast UST event and Casey Kierman came up with a big win landing her in third place on the tour. Keiao Bucasas snagged second place at the event solidifying her first place spot on the tour. Steff Mags grabbed another third place finish putting her in second place overall.