new year is jam-packed with tournaments each month! Here's a few of the
upcoming events you'll want to put on your calendar through April.
- 70th Annual George Lee Invitational, Dallas, TX. Enter HERE .
- 2016 IHA Men's & Women's State Doubles, Lombard, IL. More Info HERE.
- 38th Las Vegas Royal Flush Doubles, Las Vegas, NV. Enter HERE.
- 2016 Texas State Doubles & WPH R48Pro V #4, Houston, TX, Enter HERE.
- 2016 Eugene February Weekender, Springfield, OR, More Info HERE .
- One Day 3-Wall Shoot Out Doubles Tournament, Phoenix, AZ Enter HERE.
- 2016 National Collegiate Championships, Univ. of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN. More Info HERE.
- 8th Annual Mike Hulbert Memorial Doubles, Colorado Springs, CO. Enter HERE.
- 2016 Handball - Arizona Senior Olympics, Tempe, AZ, Enter HERE.
- 2016 State of Florida 4-wall Championships, Tampa, FL. Enter HERE.
- 2016 North Carolina State Handball Tournament, Raleigh, NC. More info HERE.
- 45th Annual NYAC/Burt Kossoff Invitational & WPH R48ProV Stop #5, New York. Enter HERE.
- 2016 Colorado State Doubles Championships, Denver, CO. Enter HERE.
- 2016 USHA Hall of Fame Tournament, Tucson, AZ. Enter HERE. Enter HERE.
- MSHA 2016 State Open Doubles Tournament, Minneapolis, MN. Enter HERE.
- 2016 Mid-America Regional Championships, Columbus, OH. Enter HERE.
- South End Rowing Club St Paddy's Day Doubles, San Francisco. Enter HERE.
- 2nd Sarasota Doubles Tournament, Sarasota, FL. Entry HERE.
- 2016 USHA Women's Classic & Southwest Regionals, Austin, TX. Enter HERE.
- 2016 USHA National Masters Doubles, Fountain Valley, CA. Enter HERE.
- 2016 Aces Handball Tournament & WPH R48Pro V #6, Salt Lake City, Enter HERE.
April 22-24 (Note the earlier date)
- 68th Tallcorn & Central Regionals, Des Moines, IA. More Info HERE.
April 28-May 1
- 2016 Colorado State Singles Handball Tournament, Denver, CO. Enter HERE.
2015 Junior 4-Wall National Championships
USHA National Juniors, DES PLAINES, Ill. -- Tyler Stoffel earned the coveted 19 title with a solid performance on Wednesday, defeating Anthony Sullivan in two games. "I worked on my ceiling game since last year," Tyler said of his improved play. Tyler "graduates" from the juniors with wins in all age levels except the 13s.
Sullivan came back to win the doubles with Luis Bustos over Johnny Woods and Sean Kerr, who had won the 17 singles earlier. Ivan Burgos, Ray Ure and Kena Byrd-Jackson were the rare players to win singles and doubles while Ayden Brule won both 9-and-under singles titles.
Special awards were the highlight of the Tuesday Banquet with Junior Alumni bags given to players in their last year of eligibility who have played in at least four juniors. Tyler Stoffel, Angel Marquez and Johnny Woods got their special gym bags. The most coveted awards are the Newcomer (Cian O'Driscoll), Most Improved (Agustin Martin) and Sportsmanship (Sam Esser).
Follow the results on the R2sports tournament page HERE!
2015 Year-in-Handball Recap
With just a couple more weeks left in 2015, we look back and reflect on another incredible year of Handball...
In 2015, Paul Brady once again dominated the four-wall handball scene, winning his 10th National Singles title, five of six WPH Race4Eight Stops and an unprecedented fifth consecutive World Championship Singles in Calgary. Shortly after winning the World Title, Brady announced it would be his last World Championships.
In Women’s Handball, Aisling Reilly and Catriona Casey maintained their
their intense rivalry throughout the year, much to the delight of
handball fans around the world. The two players from Ireland firmly
cemented their spots as the top-two players in the world, as they faced
off in the finals of every major event with each match ending in
While Casey dominated the first half of 2015 by winning a National Singles title and WPH Players Championship, Reilly finished strong by winning a World Title and a Simple Green U.S. Open Singles title.
Big Ball was featured at the USHA Four-Wall Nationals for the first time at Los Caballeros in June. Samzon Hernandez and Ricardo Ruiz dazzled the crowds with athleticism and intense rallies en route to the first USHA Four-Wall Big Ball Doubles Championship over Marcos Chavez and Gabino Vasquez.
The 2015 Year-in-Handball Recap will continue in the next Late Week Edition of Court Shorts…
John C. Sabo Sr. Memorial Collegiate Scholarships
In honor of John C. Sabo Sr., a longtime supporter of handball and a state
open champion in New Jersey, a perpetual college scholarship for
handball players has been established. The Sabo Scholarship were the very first college
scholarship specifically for handball and will go a long way toward
continuing the fine efforts of young handball players and their coaches
around the country.
Eligibility: Any full-time college student who participates in USHA events, with special consideration for players from the Northeast Region. Applications will be examined, and the intent is to reward students with good academic records who demonstrate financial need.
How to Apply: Applications may be submitted by individuals, coaches or both. Please send an essay outlining current academic status and course work, handball experience, unofficial transcripts, and how the money would help further the applicant’s education.
Send to: Sabo Scholarship c/o USHA, 2333 N. Tucson Blvd. Tucson, AZ 85716
(Please include "Sabo Scholarship" in the Subject Line).
Deadline: December 31st of each year.
The scholarship committee will select winners and announce them at the USHA National Collegiate Championships.
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