Sean Rash

Age: 40

On Tour Since: 2005

Hometown: Montgomery, Ill

Style: Right

Sean Rash is a professional tenpin bowler born on August 22, 1982, in Anchorage, Alaska, USA. He is renowned for his accomplishments in the world of professional bowling, particularly on the Professional Bowlers Association (PBA) Tour. Sean Rash has enjoyed a successful career, earning multiple PBA titles, including major championships. Known for his dynamic and aggressive style of play, Rash has become a prominent figure in the sport, consistently competing at a high level. His achievements include representing the United States in international competitions, contributing to the nation's standing in the global bowling community.

Carreer Highlights

PBA Titles

2005 - PBA West Virginia Championship, Parkersburg, WV


2006 - Beltway Classic, Baltimore, MD


2006 - Earl Anthony Medford Classic, Medford, OR


2012 - Kuwait Open, WBT Thailand


2014 - PBA Wolf Open, Shawnee, OK


2015 - PBA Xtra Frame Iowa Midwest Open, Council Bluffs, IA


2016 - PBA Badger Open, Allen Park, MI


2016 - PBA Detroit Open, Allen Park MI


2017 - PBA Xtra Frame Gene Carter's Pro Shop Classic, Middletown, DE


2019 - Mark Roth/Marshall Holman, Shawnee, OK (Partner: Matt Ogle)


2019 - PBA Wolf Open, Aurora, IL


2020 - PBA Oklahoma Open, Shawnee, OK


2020 - PBA WSOB XI PBA Cheetah Championship, Centreville, VA


2021 - PBA Chesapeake Open, Chesapeake, VA


PBA Majors

2007 - USBC Masters, Milwaukee, WI


2011 - Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas, NV


Awards

2011-12 - PBA Player of the Year


2011-12 - George Young High Average Award


2011-12 - Harry Smith Point Leader Award


2012 - Best Bowler ESPY Award winner


Other Achievments

Bowled 23rd and 25th televised 300 games in PBA history


First player to bowl multiple televised PBA 300 games


2013 - Won WSOB V World Bowling Tour Men's Finals


2002, 2004-05, 2008, 2012, 2014-17 - Nine-time member of Team USA


1998, 2002, 2003 - Three-time member of Junior Team USA


2016 - Won singles gold at PABCON with record 1,482 six-game pinfall; also won gold in team event


2015 - Won gold in trios at 2015 PABCON Championship; also earned silver in team and bronze in doubles


2004 - Won gold at World Tenpin Team Cup in the Netherlands


2003 - Won Junior Gold National Amateur Championship


2003 - Won Intercollegiate Team Championship


2002, 2003 - All-American at Wichita State University


2003 - Won the USBC Regular Doubles Championship with Derek Sapp with a then-record 1,540 six-game pinfall


2001 - Won 2001 USBC Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow Award