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2015 USHA National Masters Singles

2015masterssinglesANCHORAGE, Alaska -- A tremendous opportunity awaits as there's still time to enter the USHA Masters Singles tournament in beautiful Anchorage, Alaska!  The entry deadline has been extended to Thursday night (April 23). 

Team Alaska invites you to come party in Anchorage, enjoy the Ultimate Alaskan Hospitality, and play handball at Anchorage's Alaska Club-Midtown April 30-May 3. Enter the 2015 USHA Masters Singles HERE.

There's plenty to do beyond the court, as you'll have the opportunity to take in Alaska's breathtaking beauty.  See the list of activities available between matches HERE.

Special Rates have been secured for Handballers!  Hotel reservations can be made HERE.

WPH Aces Player’s Championship


By David Fink, WPH Senior Writer
satweb_v1p3915 Finals Sunday brought an end to one of the most exciting seasons in the history of professional handball, as ESPN was on hand for the seventh consecutive Race stop to witness champions becoming legends.

To watch replays of the WPH Aces Player’s Championship, go to the Watch ESPN App

R48 Final

Sean Lenning advanced to his second R48 IV final of the season with a dazzling display of offensive handball, defeating JT Hingey, David Fink and Daniel Cordova en route to the final on his 30th birthday weekend. Mando Ortiz entered Salt Lake’s WPH Aces Player’s Championship with just a 6-8 record on the season and not having advanced past the quarterfinals in any of his five regular season R48 IV starts. Ortiz caught fire in Salt Lake City, defeating Luis Cordova, Emmett Peixoto and Luis Moreno to advance to his second R48 final.

Mando Ortiz started the final on fire, racing to a 6-0 lead, extending his early advantage with ace serves and bottom-board kill shots to take a one game, 15-3. Lenning changed the momentum in game two, relying on his incredible serve and quickness to fluster Ortiz and force a tiebreaker. Ortiz regained the momentum in game three, building a 6-2 lead and seemingly on his way to becoming the R48 IV Player’s Champion. A timeout by Lenning cooled off Ortiz, and Lenning added zip and hop to his serves and kills to reach match point at 14-8. Ortiz made three incredible retrieves in at 14-8 to force a side out, but Lenning earned his way back into the service box and finished the match on his second attempt, becoming the R48 IV Player’s Champion. “I’m just really happy and I’m really excited to win,” revealed Lenning. “Mando is playing amazing handball and it was great to come out on top.”

WR48 Final

Catriona Casey entered Sunday’s WR48 final in Salt Lake City seeking her seventh WR48 title in seven WR48 events, while Aisling Reilly appeared in her fourth WR48 final in search of her first title.

Reilly attacked Casey in game one of the final, handing Casey just her second lost game in her WR48 career, 15-2. Casey changed her tactics in game two, building an 8-1 lead by keeping Reilly in the backcourt and not giving Reilly any back wall opportunities. Reilly nearly caught Casey in game two, executing her offense from everyone on the court, but ultimately fell, 15-12. Casey built an early lead in game three by making incredible retrieves and precise pass shots. Casey would clinch her seventh WR48 title in seven starts and her second consecutive WR48 Player’s Championship, 3-15, 15-12, 15-9. “I had to really play my best against Aisling,” revealed Casey. “The tour is so exciting with so many great players participating in the events. I am really looking forward to next season.”

See the brackets on the r2sports tournament site HERE.

Read More for R48 Playoffs and R48 Finishes.

Handball Hall of Fame Tournament & Women's Classic
Jennifer Schmitt won the 2015 Women's Classic over Ashley Moler 21-18 and 21-7.
TUCSON -- At the end of a great evening at the Hall of Fame tournament banquet, Jim Reitmyer of Phoenix was honored with the USHA's Volunteer of the Year Award and Greg Stansbury won the annual Marty Decatur Sportsmanship Award.
On Sunday, Jennifer Schmitt edged Ashley Moler in the first game of the final, scoring the final three points from an 18-18 deadlock.  Schmitt rolled to her third classic title in six years in the second game.  Shirley Chen beat Leslie Amminson for third.  Kena Byrd-Jackson earned the iron-woman award, defeating Terry Bowman for the B title and then advancing in the BCD Men's event.

Sean Lenning slammed the Open events at this year's Hall of Fame Tournament.  
It was a strong showing for the Lenning family with Sean Lenning slamming in the Open events.  Dad Larry won the 60 doubles with Steve Hammrick and mom Kathy handled the tournament desk for much of the weekend.


2015 National Masters Doubles Handball Invitational
Phil Kirk (Maumee, OH) stretches for a shot in the 50-Plus Doubles final. 

LOMBARD, Ill.  - The Illinois hosts held on to a number of titles on Sunday, starting with the 35s when Bill Mehilos took charge with Mike Munson to defeat Nick Mattioni and Rob Pearse.  Jake Komsthoeft and Shane Conneely took the 40s over Tony Krocak and Bob Adrowski who suffered a torn biceps in Saturday's win. 

In other finals, Andy Schad and Dan Zimet were devastating in the 45s as "that's about as good as we can play," Zimet said afterward.  Phil Kirk and Matt Osburn got off to a great tiebreaker start to defeat Vern and Chris Roberts. Greg Sizemore and Lloyd Garcia out-gunned Joe Berman and Bob Maguire in the 55s.  Bob Lohmueller and John Friedrich were ecstatic with their first title together in the 60s over Steve Campbell and Jim Fox.  Ed Campbell and Vance McInnis were on top of a tired Eugene Kennedy and Sean Conneely in the 65s.  Gary Rohrer and Ron Cole topped Carl Valentino and Rick Graham in the 70s.  Vince SanAngelo and Norm Young took the 75 round robin and Charlie Wicker and Kevan DelGrande continued their 80-plus string of wins.

See the final results and draws on the site HERE.

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