|Full name||Jerry Umberger|
|Born|| 21 January 1942 |
Pottsville, Pennsylvania, United States
|Home town||Lavelle, Pennsylvania|
|Playing darts since||1962|
|Walk-on music||"Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival|
|Organisation (see split in darts)|
|BDO majors – best performances|
|World Ch'ship||Last 16: 1981, 1983|
|World Masters||Last 32: 1981|
|PDC premier events – best performances|
|World Ch'ship||Last 24 Group: 1994, 1995|
|World Matchplay||Last 16: 1994, 1996|
|Other tournament wins|
Jerry Umberger (born 21 January 1942) is a former American professional darts player, who played in Professional Darts Corporation events. He used the nickname Tucker.
From Pennsylvania, Umberger first competed in the BDO World Darts Championship in 1981, where he lost 2-0 to Cliff Lazarenko in the last 16, a round he would reach again in 1983, this time losing to Tony Brown.
Umberger runner up on 1981 Los Angeles Open but he lost to John Corfe of Wales.
After switching to the PDC, he was brought in to make up the numbers in the inaugural 1994 WDC World Darts Championship, and lost group match against Peter Evison, before beating Kevin Burrows.
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Player profile on Jerry Umberger from Dartsdatabase