Posts Tagged: Bowling

Rash wins first World Series of Bowling for 16th PBA Tour title

October 4, 2020

The wait is finally over for Anchorage’s Sean Rash. After numerous close calls in the past, the 38-year-old won a World Series of Bowling title for the first time in his 11-year career. Rash beat top seed EJ Tackett of Indiana 229-215 in the championship match of the WSOB event in Centreville, Virginia. The Alaskan… Read more »

Rash flirts with perfection, wins 15th PBA title in Oklahoma

January 27, 2020

Anchorage’s Sean Rash beat four consecutive opponents, including top qualifier Ryan Ciminelli of South Carolina in the championship match, to win the PBA Oklahoma Open for his 15th career title. Rash rolled 10 consecutive strikes in the final to score a 289-234 victory and pocket $30,000 of prize money. He also defeated Patrick Hanrahan (226-202),… Read more »

Rash rolls to Wolf Open title for 14th career PBA championship

August 28, 2019

Anchorage’s Sean Rash beat three consecutive opponents in the stepladder finals to win the PBA Wolf Open in Aurora, Illinois. Rash capped his title run with a 257-193 victory over No. 1 seed and defending tournament champion Anthony Simonsen of Texas in the championship match. The 14-year veteran now has 14 career PBA titles. Rash,… Read more »

Survive and advance: Rash pulls out tight match in PBA Playoffs

May 28, 2019

Anchorage’s Sean Rash was perfect when the moment called for it, and now he is closer to winning the biggest first-place prize of the season after advancing in the PBA Playoffs. The 13-time Tour champion threw strikes on all four balls in the two-frame tiebreaker format to edge Dom Barrett 2-1 in the Race to… Read more »

Rash rolls to victory in PBA playoffs, advances to quarterfinals

May 15, 2019

Anchorage’s Sean Rash defeated Missouri’s Kyle Sherman in a battle of champions during the PBA playoffs Round of 16 Race to 2 Points matches that aired on FS1 from Portland, Maine. The sixth-seeded Rash knocked off the No. 11 seed by scores of 227 to 175 and 237 to 214 in the two-game series to… Read more »

Anchorage’s Williams and Dudley bros are high rollers in college

April 16, 2019

Anchorage’s Logan Williams of Robert Morris University of Illinois qualified and then won his first bracket match at the U.S. Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Singles Championship in Dayton, Ohio. The senior right-hander finished 12th in a 24-man qualifying round after he posted a six-game total of 1,200 pins (200 average). The 24 men and 24 women… Read more »

Rash earns 3rd straight PBA top-10, converts dreadful 7-10 split

February 9, 2019

Anchorage’s Sean Rash racked up another successful week on the PBA Tour with his third straight top-10 finish. The 36-year-old finished ninth in a field of 64 at the Tournament of Champions at AMF Riviera Lanes in Fairlawn, Ohio. He also converted one of bowling’s most difficult shots. Rash made the extremely rare 7-10 split… Read more »

Rash rolls to 13th career PBA title with doubles win in Oklahoma

January 22, 2019

Rumors of Sean Rash’s demise were greatly exaggerated. Coming off his worst season in 13 years on the PBA Tour, the 36-year-old pro bowler from Anchorage picked up his first victory in 40 events dating to 2017 after he and doubles partner Matt Ogle won the Mark Roth-Marshall Holman Doubles Championship in Shawnee, Oklahoma. “You… Read more »

Williams helps Robert Morris take second at Boilermaker Classic

October 3, 2017

Anchorage’s Logan Williams helped the Robert Morris University bowling team place second at the Boilermaker Classic in West Lafayette, Indiana. The junior transfer tied for 97th out of 227 finishers in the men’s competition, the first meet of the college bowling season. Williams, of Bartlett High fame, averaged a score of 184.5 in five games… Read more »

Rash wins PBA title, jumps to 5th in Storm Cup points race

August 21, 2017

Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good, but professional bowler Sean Rash of Anchorage was both in the championship match of the Gene Carter’s Pro Shop Classic in Middletown, Delaware. He threw seven straight strikes – including one when he missed the pocket – to beat reigning Tour player of the year EJ Tackett… Read more »