USBC Final Standings

Final Round
1—Pete Licata, Honolulu Coffee Company, Honolulu, Hawaii—658
2—Nikolas Krankl, Gelato Bar & Espresso Caffe, Los Angeles, California—632.5
3—Ryan Knapp, MadCap Coffee Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan—623
4—Trevor Corlett, MadCap Coffee Co., Grand Rapids, Michigan—604.5
5—Lorenzo Perkins, Caffe Medici, Austin, Texas—585.5
6—Kevin Bohlin, Ritual Coffee Roasters, San Francisco, California—567.5

Semi-final Round
1—Nikolas Krankl—678
2—Pete Licata—670
3—Ryan Knapp—643
4—Kevin Bohlin—627.5
5—Trevor Corlett—620.5
6—Lorenzo Perkins—607
7—Jared Truby, Verve Coffee Roasters, Santa Cruz, California—595.5
8—Ian Levine, Verve Coffee Roasters, Santa Cruz, California—593
9—Jeremy Sterner, Peregrine Espresso,Washington, DC—591
10—Scott Lucey, Alterra Coffee Roasters, Milwaukee, Wisconsin—588.5
11—Tyler Stevens, BARISTA, Portland, Oregon—587.5
12—Park Brannen, Cafe Grumpy, Brooklyn, New York—587.5
13—Joe Marrocco, Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co., St. Louis, Missouri—585
14—Laila Ghambari, Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Seattle, Washington—581.5
15—Sarah Dooley, Espresso Parts, Olympia, Washington—581.5
16—Robbie Britt, Espresso Parts, Olympia, Washington—571.5
17—Jacque DesMarais, The Coffee Ethic, Springfield, Missouri—567
18—Devin Chapman, Coava Coffee Roasters, Portland, Oregon—564.5
19—Samuel Purvis, Coava Coffee Roasting, Portland, Oregon—558
20—Row Aczon, Honolulu Coffee Co., Honolulu, Hawaii—550
21—Ryan Willbur, Stumptown Coffee Roasters, Portland, Oregon—543
22—Nicole Call, Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co., St. Louis, Missouri—542
23—David Delchamps, 1000 Faces Coffee, Athens, Georgia—540
24—Chandler Rentz, Batdorf & Bronson Coffee Roasters, Atlanta, Georgia—511
25—Philip Search, Dallis Bros. Coffee, Brooklyn, New York—510
26—Michael Harwood, Carrboro Coffee Roasters, Carrboro, North Carolina—506.5

Preliminary Round
1—Jared Truby—630
2—Ryan Willbur—629.5
3—Ian Levine—624
4—Trevor Corlett—618
5—Park Brannen—607.5
6—Lorenzo Perkins—591
7—Kevin Bohlin—590.5
8—Laila Ghambari—589.5
9—Nikolas Krankl—588.5
10—Tyler Stevens—583.5
11—Devin Chapman—572
12—Row Aczon—562
13—Chandler Rentz—559
14—Jacque DesMarais—555
15—Robbie Britt—545.5
16—Scott Lucey—544
17—Jeremy Sterner—541.5
18—Sarah Dooley—537.5
19—Nicole Call—537.5
20—David Delchamps—535.5
21—Paul Halvorsen, Remedy Oakland, Oakland, California—528
22—Cody Kinart, Alterra Coffee Roasters, Milwaukee, Wisconsin—525
23—Samuel Brown, Alterra Coffee Roasters, Milwaukee, Wisconsin—522.5
24—Jessica Brooks, Allegro Coffee, Denver, Colorado—515.5
25—Stephen Schuh, Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Co., St. Louis, Missouri—514
26—Mike Jones, Third Rail Coffee, New York, New York—512.5
27—Jenna White, Caffe Medici, Austin, Texas—512
28—K. Lindsey Kiser, Peregrine Espresso, Washington, DC—510.5
29—Sara Peterson, Verve Coffee Roasters, Santa Cruz, California—510
30—Brandon Duff, RBC NYC, New York, New York—503
31—Jonathan Aldrich, Caffe Medici, Austin, Texas—499.5
32—Adrienne Kist, Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, Glendale, Arizona—490
33—Sam Penix, Everyman Espresso, New York, New York—478
34—Joshua Flail, Octane Coffee, Atlanta, Georgia—477.5
35—Eden-Marie Abramowicz, Independent, Atlanta, Georgia—467.5
36—Joseph Palozzi, Kobrick’s Coffee, Jersey City, New Jersey—461.5
37—Chang Yu, Independent, Orange, California—451
38—Daniel Reed, Houndstooth Coffee, Austin, Texas—439

About the Author

Sarah Allen is co-founder and editor of Barista Magazine, the international trade magazine for coffee professionals. A passionate advocate for baristas, quality, and the coffee community, Sarah has traveled widely to research stories, interact with readers, and present on a variety of topics affecting specialty coffee. She also loves animals, swimming, ice cream, and living in Portland, Oregon.