Rash Perfect at Tournament of Champions, 1st Ever to Shoot Multiple Televised 300’s

In his bid to win his 2nd career Tournament of Champions title, Sean Rash shot 300 in the second match against friend Ryan Ciminelli. Rash became the first bowler in PBS history to shoot 2 televised 300 games.

[custom_frame_left][/custom_frame_left]Rash was throwing the Brunswick Vintage LT-48 bowling ball.

About Sean Rash:
Rash joined the PBA in 2005 and holds the distinction of being the first PBA player to ever win a title when starting from the Tour Qualifying Round (TQR), which he accomplished in his rookie season at the 2006 West Virginia Championship. He won his first PBA major title at the 2007 USBC Masters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The win gave Rash four titles in his first four television appearances, and seven straight match wins on TV to open his career (one short of the record eight wins set by George Branham III).

Watch Sean Rash shoot the 23rd televised 300 game below:

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