23rd Annual Semper Fi Tournament
Semper Fi Tournament Coverage
23rd Annual Semper Fi wrapped up on Sunday at the Marine Corps Recruit
Depot in San Diego. It was a great place to celebrate Memorial Day and
handball as there was great action mixed with the beautiful setting on
the Bay. A number of the entrants started their military careers on
this very base.
Above: Dave Coulie holds the Don Brodie
Perpetual Trophy for the Diamond singles as Brodie congratulates both
Coulie (runner-up) and John Loretz (champion).
CLICK HERE for results from the tournament and HERE to view a photo album!
Breaking One-Wall News and Info!
Red 21 for the Women:
The Women's Open events at the USHA One-Wall Nationals will be joining
the four- and three-wall events in the use of the Red 21. All other
skill and/or age level events will use the White 21.
Toledo One-Wall Prize Money Event:
It's official! There will be a one-wall small ball pro prize money
event at this year's USHA Three-Wall Nationals! Details and entry form
coming soon. Thanks to an anonymous donor for making this possible!
Early Bird Discounts: The USHA Board just announced $5 discounts for players who enter early for the one-wall small ball and big ball nationals! Deadline to enter and receive discount:
Big Ball Nationals - Early Bird Discount : June 5
Small Ball Nationals - Early Bird Discount : June 17
Special Membership Pricing for Big Ball Entrants: The USHA is offering a special $25 membership for Big Ball Nationals entrants (must join with entry).
One-Wall Small Ball Prize Money:
The USHA has received word from an anonymous donor to match,
dollar-for-dollar, up to $10K for the pro prize money at the
upcoming USHA National One-Wall Small Ball Championships! Help make
this year's the biggest prize money purse ever. Contribute to the
One-Wall Nationals Fund. CLICK HERE to contribute online! Contact USHA for more info.
WPH Simple Green Race 4 Eight
Luis Moreno Wins Player's Championship and Race 4 Eight Season Title
Courtesy the WPH
SEATTLE - Top-seeded Luis Moreno continued his
winning ways when he defeated Sean Lenning on Saturday (May 19th) at the
Washington Athletic Club, for the WPH/Simple Green Player's
Championship. The Race4Eight season Finale was greeted by enormous
crowds and a much energized gallery for the finals. Moreno not only won
the Seattle pro stop No. 8, but also came home with the most
points; winning the player's championship; winning the yellow jersey;
and nabbing the team victory for the Idaho Spuds.
Luis Moreno defeated Sean
Lenning 15-11, (14-15), 11-2 to win the first Simple Green Race4Eight
Championship. Naty Alvarado takes third with his win over Charles
Shanks, moments after Alvarado broke his nose in his semifinal match
versus Sean Lenning. Allan Garner took down David Fink to win 5th place;
meanwhile, Luis Cordova takes the 7th place trophy over Andy Nett.
Check out our MAY SPECIAL!!!
To celebrate the marvelous month of May we are giving away some GREAT prizes!
All you have to do to enter the raffle is purchase a "Handball - Always Compete" Fusion Cotton Tee.
Grand Prize: A One-Year USHA Paid Membership, FREE T-shirt and a personalized cover of Handball Magazine.
Second Prize: FREE T-shirt.
Third Prize: Handball Gift Pack.
order the shirt during the month of May and you are entered! Order five
shirts and get five entries. These make great gifts!
CLICK HERE to order online or call 1-800-289-8742!
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