Sean Rash

Montgomery, Ill.
Age
38
Bowls
R
Joined

Sean Rash

Montgomery, Ill.
Age
38
Bowls
R
Joined

Career Stats

Year Events Cashes Match Play CRA Titles AVG Earnings
Total 323 251 141 47 15 - $1,460,508.00
2020 9 3 3 2 1 214.160 $44,400.00
2019 31 23 13 7 2 218.410 $148,968.00
2018 30 19 10 1 0 215.260 $46,722.00
2017 25 19 6 2 1 222.910 $75,937.00
2016 27 18 11 3 2 219.360 $74,555.00
2015 26 19 11 3 1 225.160 $101,690.00
2014 20 17 6 3 1 221.400 $94,884.00
2013 30 22 11 7 2 227.360 $248,317.00
2011 13 12 10 7 1 228.130 $140,250.00
2010 12 10 7 2 0 217.810 $64,930.00
2009 19 16 10 3 0 217.600 $54,110.00
2008 21 21 14 3 0 218.100 $67,090.00
2007 21 20 13 1 1 217.960 $151,500.00
2006 20 20 12 2 2 221.290 $91,500.00
2005 19 12 4 1 1 214.250 $55,655.00

Awards & Achievements

PBA Career Standard Titles (13)

2005-06 - PBA West Virginia Championship, Parkersburg, WV
2006-07 – Beltway Classic, Baltimore, MD; Earl Anthony Medford Classic, Medford, OR 
2012-13 - 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; 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); PBA Wolf Open, Aurora, IL 
2020 - PBA Oklahoma Open, Shawnee, OK; PBA WSOB XI PBA Cheetah Championship, Centreville, VA

PBA Career Major Titles (2)

2007- 08 - USBC Masters, Milwaukee, WI 
2011-12 - Tournament of Champions, Las Vegas, NV 

Other 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 achievements:

Nine-time Team USA Member
Junior Team USA member in 1998, ‘02 and '03
Won gold medal in 2016 PABCON Singles with record 1,482 six-game pinfall. Also won gold medal in team
Earned gold medal in trios, silver in team and bronze in doubles in 2015 PABCON Championship
Won 2003 Junior Gold National Amateur Championship
Bowled for Wichita State where he was a two-time All-American in 2002 and '03
Helped Wichita State win the 2003 Intercollegiate Team Championship
Won the 2003 USBC Regular Doubles Championship with Derek Sapp with a then-record 1,540 six-game pinfall
Helped Team USA win the 2004 World Tenpin Team Cup gold medal in the Netherlands
Won 2001 USBC Chuck Hall Star of Tomorrow Award
Won WSOB V World Bowling Tour Men's Finals

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