Missy Parkin, Tommy Jones, and Sean Rash have been elected to the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Hall of Fame. The trio joins an illustrious eight-person induction class for 2024.
All three players were elected in the Superior Performance category, showcasing their exceptional contributions to the sport.
the USBC Hall of Fame boasts 452 members across five categories - Superior Performance, Meritorious Service, Veterans, Pioneer, and Outstanding USBC Performance.
Their induction ceremony is scheduled for April 24 during the 2024 USBC Convention in Las Vegas.
Missy Parkin, a 43-year-old right-hander, boasts a remarkable career spanning youth, college, Team USA, and professional levels. Notable victories include her 2011 USBC Queens title and a significant contribution to the 2003 USBC Women’s Championships Classic Team win.
Tommy Jones, a 45-year-old right-hander, has left an indelible mark with 20 PBA Tour titles, including two majors. His accomplishments extend to international competitions with the Team USA, where he secured over 25 medals, including 10 golds.
Sean Rash, a 41-year-old right-hander, showcases 17 PBA Tour titles, including two major wins. His awards include a PBA Player of the Year award for the 2011-2012 season and an impressive 19 medals during his time with Team USA and Junior Team USA.
Established in 2005 by merging the former American Bowling Congress and Women’s International Bowling Congress Halls of Fame, the USBC Hall of Fame continues to honor the legacy and achievements of bowling legends.