Brunswick News: Pros

  1. 04/11/12

    Brunswick sponsored University of Pikeville Bears claimed their first NAIA women’s...

    The University of Pikeville Bears claimed their first NAIA women’s bowling championship on Sunday with a 3-0, 3-0 sweep of No. 1 seed Webber International University.

  2. 03/23/12

    Watch Live Streaming Videos from the Brunswick Euro Challenge, tenpin bowling’s premier international website, will cover the event live from Le Plaza Bowling with stories and results after each round including live...

  3. 03/05/12

    Sean Rash Wins Regional Tournament

    Brunswick Pro Sean Rash wins with Nexxus.

  4. 02/17/12

    Sean Rash qualified 3rd for the PBA Scorpion Finals

    PBA Scorpion Finals at South Point Bowling Center, Las Vegas will air Sunday, February 19 on ESPN at 3:00 p.m. EST.

  5. 02/06/12

    Brunswick Pro Sean Rash to Compete in Sunday’s Chameleon Open Finals on ESPN

    Rash, Belmonte, Palermaa and Ruiz face off in the second of four PBA “animal pattern” championships.

  6. 01/27/12

    Make-A-Wish Kid Receiving Bowling Experience and Private Lesson from Sean Rash

    Sixteen-year-old wish kid Benjamin, an avid bowler who wants to improve his game, will have the opportunity to do just that when on Saturday he meets and receives a private...

  7. 01/26/12

    Youngest Bowler in History Sets Record with Brunswick Nexus Solid

    10-year-old bowler from Michigan set the record.

  8. 01/17/12

    PBA Bayer Viper Open Finals on ESPN

    Rash faces off against Mike Fagan, Stuart Williams and Ildemaro Ruiz in season’s first “animal pattern” championship.

  9. 01/12/12

    Sean Rash to Fulfill “Wish” for Young Cancer Victim

    Rash will fulfill the “wish” of the young cancer victim with a personal visit and a bowling lesson during the Alka-Seltzer Plus Liquid Gels USBC Masters.

  10. 01/02/12

    Sean Rash Hosts 17th Annual Stars of the Future Youth Tournament

    Brunswick Pro Staffer Sean Rash also hosted the 17th annual “Stars of the Future” youth tournament in his former home state of Alaska.