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2010 HES Joe Amacio Doubles
Men's Champs Cesar Sala and Joe Kaplan with finalists Pee Wee Castro and Willie Polanco.
Women's winners Sandy Ng and Danielle Daskalakis with Theresa McCourt and Tracy Davis.
BROOKLYN, N.Y. - The results for the HES Joe Amacio Memorial 1-Wall Doubles available by clicking on each event below.

Cesar Sala and Joe Kaplan trumped Willie Polanco and Pee Wee Castro with a 9-point victory 25-16.  

Danielle Daskalakis and Sandy Ng captured the Women's title by defeating Tracy Davis and Theresa McCourt 25-17.  

Click on each draw to see results from each round.  

Thank you to the HES (Official back-up facility for the USHA 1-Wall Nationals), Albert Apuzzi, and other event volunteers. 

pdf Men's Open Doubles - USHA 1-Wall Ranked Event
pdf Women's Open Doubles - USHA 1-Wall Ranked Event
2010 USHA National Collegiates

58th USHA National Collegiates, Houston Downtown YMCA - Final Team Standings Available!


Suhn Lee of Lake Forest College sets up to return a ball off the backwall against teammate Nikolai Nahorniak.  Nahorniak defeated Lee in two closely contested games, 21-18, 21-17.  

58th USHA National Collegiate Championships - Team Standings


 Combined Team Standings - Division I
 Team Standings - Division II
 Men's Team Standings  
 Women's Team Standings

HOUSTON - Nikolai Nahorniak played aggressively closing out two tight games against teammate Suhn Lee to win the Men's Open Singles title, 21-18, 21-17.  The competitors teamed up to take the Men's Open Doubles against Victor Perez and Pat Jarvis, 21-8, 21-7. 

Aimee Ulbert also slammed in the Women's Open divisions, beating Maria Dugas 21-9, (20-21), 11-6.  Dugas helped Ulbert close her collegiate career with a doubles win over Sarah Brusig and Emily Zender, 21-1, 21-5.  

Lake Forest took top honors in Division I with Pacific taking second.  Minnesota State Mankato took Div II honors.

Read More for complete results.  

2010 USHA Masters Doubles

ALLENTOWN, Penn. - The Masters Doubles have finished with David Chapman winning his first masters event, taking the 35-plus with Todd Timboe.  Chapman said he was out to break Max Lasskow's masters record with his early start at age-level wins. Chapman and Timboe also went for the Open doubles and prize money but came up short against the young firepower of Bill Mehilos and Mark O'Leary. 

frankAlan Frank (pictured) won the 40 and 45 doubles, and was the only player who was able to take advantage of the new rule allowing players to enter two events.  Frank teamed with Dan Zimet in the 40s and Joe Berman in the 45s. 

Jim Corrigan and Phil Kirk won the 50s to add to their world 50 title.  John Marra and Dave Schmelz earned a three-game win for the 55s and Merv Deckert and Rod Fink were the class of the 60s field.  Steve Housman and Mike Kogan earned the 65s and Ed Grossenbacher rode a new "horse," Vince San Angelo to the 70s title.  Kevan Del Grande and Charlie Wicker continued their winning ways in the 75s and Alan Spencer and George Cavooris won their first-ever title, taking the 80-plus.

The players enjoyed a great banquet on Saturday night where Randy Wolfe got a special USHA watch for his efforts over the weekend. 

Click HERE to view the draws and read more to see the full results.

2010 Winter Board Meeting
2010 USHA Winter Board Meeting
The USHA winter board meeting took place in Tucson, January 22-24, 2010.
The board of directors convened to discuss a number of issues. Some of the highlights:
- Regional elections in the fall include the Southwest, Northeast and Southern California. Nominating chairs are Mike Tanner for the southwest, Steve Dykes for the Northeast and Stan Dunlavy for Southern California.

- Of course, the budget was a big concern this year. To balance, the entry fee for the national four-wall was increased $10 and prize money was lowered slightly due to lower ball sales.

- The Board of Directors stepped up in a number of areas, including pledging to work on membership numbers in their regions as well as fundraising.

- Promotion of the game was high on the list of priorities, with Development Grants being awarded to 13 youth programs across the country.

CLICK HERE to view the official meeting minutes

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