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If you can't be there "LIVE" to watch the most competitive Men's Open event -- EVER -- be sure to follow the action on the Worlds Webcast right from your computer! The viewing instructions are now available and the webcasting begins Wednesday, October 7th!
2009 3-Wall Nat's

Let It Rock!

Emmett "Rock" Peixoto won his second Men's Open Singles title with a huge win over David Chapman.  Peixoto and Chapman later lost the Men's Open Doubles by injury forfeit to Sean Lenning and Luis Moreno.

MAUMEE, Ohio - With rolling thunder clouds approaching, Emmett Peixoto and David Chapman battled shot-for-shot for three fierce games.  Emmett Peixoto played clutch handball down the stretch to defeat Chapman, (8-21), 21-15, 11-9 for the title. 

Megan Mehilos won her fifth consecutive Women's Open title defeating Tracy Davis in two games, 21-13, 21-16.

All matches were completed with the exception of the Open doubles final.  Game one was won by Sean Lenning and Luis Moreno over the tired Open singles finalists, Dave Chapman and Emmett Peixoto.  During the rain delay, Chapman and Peixoto defaulted as Chapman said: "I feel awful and can't play anymore."

Had play continued, the match would have been moved to the backup facility at the Bowling Green State University Recreation Center since the rain did not let up.

Click HERE to see the FINAL results and draws for the 59th USHA Three-Wall Nationals.

USHA White Paper Press Release




Dear Members:

A few years ago, The World Pro Handball (WPH) association was formed to promote professional handball. The USHA and WPH have met on several occasions to further the common goal of growing the “perfect game,” through webcasts and tournament promotions. After meeting with Dave Vincent at the January 2009 board meeting, a Memo of Understanding was developed for several joint efforts.

However, many of you will recall the USHA Board’s concern and disappointment when the WPH announced it would schedule collegiate and junior events during the same time periods as our longstanding USHA National events. That led to the dissolution of the Memo of Understanding to which the USHA and the World Pro Handball association had agreed.

Since that parting of the ways, there have been negative, misinformed postings on the WPH website’s message board about the USHA’s role and position on some important subjects related to handball.

The USHA Board has put together a number of responses to some of the mis-information that has been posted. As always, any questions you have for the national office and/or Board, whether or not they are addressed here, can and will be answered if you would like to call or write at any time.

Finally, the USHA board has just voted to try to open a line of communication with the WPH board to try to alleviate the scheduling conflicts that are looming with the junior and collegiate events and explore other opportunities for growing the game.


USHA Board of Directors

Read White Paper by Section:

1. pdfThe USHA and the WPH
(1.1)pdfThe follow-up with the WPH
2. pdf Handballs
(2.2) pdf Ball FAQ
3. pdfUSHA Collegiate Program
4. pdfUSHA National Juniors
5. pdfUSHA Governance

2009 1-Wall Big Ball Nat's
Doubles Champions Ray Lopez (far left) and Pee Wee Castro (2nd from right) move in on a shot by Willie Polanco in the Men's Pro Doubles final.  Lopez and Castro spoiled Polanco and Steve Robalino's repeat bid with a 25-20 victory. 

BROOKLYN - By jumping out to a big lead early, John "Rookie" Wright won his second USHA One-Wall Big Ball Men's Pro title over Pee Wee Castro 25-7.  

Castro didn't get going early on, and Wright took full advantage.  

"Everyone noticed Pee Wee's serve this week, but I have a pretty good serve, too." Wright said.  

Castro's day wasn't completely spoiled as he and partner Ray Lopez won the Men's Pro Doubles over William Polanco and Steve Robalino 25-20.  

Karen McConney took the Women's Pro Singles with an impressive win over Brenda Pares-Dubose, 25-18.  McConney slammed in the doubles with partner Adrian Floyd.  The champs won convincingly over Maggie Crespo and Anastasiya Oleynik, 25-7. 

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