SCOTTY WYDMAN

SCOTTY WYDMAN

HOME: Denver, Colorado
POSITION: Forward/Goalie
SHOT: Pull Shot
MAJOR TITLES: 8

Colorado star Scotty Wydman has proven over the years to be one of the most versatile players on the pro foosball tour. Wydman has used his smooth, effortless 5-row and pugnacious attitude to capture five major titles on tour playing the forward position, while also winning three times, including two world titles, playing predominantly at goalie. Scotty and partner Todd Loffredo became the first team to ever win the World Doubles titles in back-to-back year's when they won in Dallas in 1995. That same year Wydman and Loffredo created headlines when they won the National title in San Francisco without losing a single game. Other career highlights include two National Mixed Doubles titles ('97 with Melanee Tosh,'99 with Kathey Richey) and wins with Rob Mares at the 1995 Masters and 2001 Nationals. He also finished second at the World Championships with Mares in both 1999 and 2002 and won the winner's bracket in Open Singles in Dallas in 1997 before losing to Tommy Adkisson in the finals. Wydman also earned a cherished Open Doubles win with Hall of Famer Mike Bowers at the Atlanta Masters in 1998.