• Haugen wins PBA event in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS (Ticker) - Michael Haugen Jr.'s chances to win his first career major title looked bleak in the sixth frame of Sunday's H&R Block Tournament of Champions. Jan 27
  • Scroggins wins Dick Weber Open Mike Scroggins came into Sunday's final round of the Dick Weber Open two losses away from tying a PBA record for the longest losing streak in televised matches. Now he's on a four-game winning streak. Jan 20
  • Peter Weber in contention at Dick Weber Open It took three years, but Pete Weber finally has a chance to honor his father with a win in the event named after the late PBA Hall of Famer. Jan 19
  • Bohn grabs lead at Motel 6 Dick Weber Open They say the cream normally rises to the top. Hall of Famer Parker Bohn III once again has proven the adage true. Jan 18
  • Ciminelli leads qualifying round at Medford Ryan Ciminelli only can hope his performance this week after leading the Denny's PBA Tour qualifying round will be as good as the one when he last was in such a situation, if not better. Jan 9
  • Allen strong again in Reno Although his 14-game winning streak at the National Bowling Stadium ended Friday morning, Patrick Allen continued to be the king of the arena. Jan 5
  • Harman takes lead at ConstructionJobs.com Championship Steve Harman's rookie season on the Denny's PBA Tour has been up-and-down so far. But with his performance Thursday, he may be ready for a breakout second half. Jan 4
  • Crayton impresses in first career event If his Denny's PBA Tour debut is any indication, Kurry Crayton is on his way to a solid career. Jan 2
  • Page heads into Spartanburg Classic With each passing week on the Denny's PBA Tour, Rhino Page records another record. Dec 15
  • Page leads at Spartanburg Classic Things are going so well for Rhino Page these days, he's not only the top non-exempt bowler on the Denny's PBA Tour, he's starting to make a case for being one of the top bowlers on Tour overall. Dec 14
  • Allen top seed at Lumber Liquidators Championship Patrick Allen doubled in the 10th frame of the final game of match play Friday night to clinch the top seed for the championship round of the Lumber Liquidators Championship. Dec 8
  • Allen leads Lumber Liquidators Championship BALTIMORE (Ticker) - Despite holding a comfortable lead in the standings, Patrick Allen knows he has a lot of work to do in match play Friday. Dec 7
  • Rash wins USBC Masters In his first championship-round appearance in a major and bowling for the first time in a baseball stadium, Sean Rash showed there's not much that can faze this 25-year-old. Oct 28
  • Allen reaches finals at USBC Masters Patrick Allen realizes how lucky he is to be bowling in a baseball stadium for the second time in four years, especially considering he nearly missed match play this week. Oct 27
  • Rash advances at USBC Masters Sean Rash is trying to singlehandedly make sure none of last year's United States Bowling Congress Masters finalists return to the championship round in 2007. Oct 26
  • Duke wins Motel 6 Rolls to Riches Kent defeated Norm Duke, six-strikes-to-three, to win the third annual Motel 6 Roll to Riches special event and take home the $150,000 winner-take-all top prize. Apr 15
  • Tommy Jones wins PBA Tournament of Champions UNCASVILLE, Connecticut (Ticker) - Tommy Jones became the quickest bowler to 10 titles in PBA Tour history Sunday, winning his second major championship with a 257-222 victory over Tony Reyes in the final of the Tournament of Champions. Apr 1
  • Duke, Barnes advance at 2007 Tournament of Champions Heading into the final event of the 2006-07 Denny's PBA Tour season, the race for Player of the Year honors still was up in the air. After Saturday's round of eight at Mohegan Sun Arena, two frontrunners took a big step forward. Apr 1
  • Barnes advances at 2007 Tournament of Champions A week after coming up just short of one of his biggest career goals, Chris Barnes is back on the horse. Mar 30
  • Kent wins PBA World Championship for second major of year It's not how you start, but how you finish. Although a great start and a great finish are okay too, as Doug Kent can attest to. Mar 25