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2015 National Masters Doubles Handball Invitational
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35 Doubles Action: Adam Berliner swings away between Adam and Dan Zimet, while partner Omar Lemus (far left) tries to make room for his opponents.

LOMBARD, Ill.  - Action got underway on Thursday in the Masters Doubles and the first 11-10 tiebreaker was recorded as well.  Rick Whittington and Bill Moritz edged Charlie Keller and John Dahl in a thriller. 

Follow the Draws & Start Times posted on the r2sports.com site HERE.

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Joe Noto (hitting), who teamed with John Bercher to advance in the 65s over Jim Elsener (at left) and Dennis Jewitt.

 

 
NEW USHA Tournament Builder Calendar & Interactive Map!
Now tournament directors can enter their event info directly to the  USHA's Tournament Calendar!  

Just go to the new USHA Tournament Submission page to include your event.  Once approved, it will appear on the USHA Tournament Calendar and the New Interactive Tournament Map.

CHECK OUT THE NEW MAP HERE.
Now players can just look at the Tournament Map to see where and when the next event is!  The map refreshes every hour and each tournament has the following codes:  Red means the tournament is less than 30 days away.  Yellow is 30-60 days away, and Green is 60+ days away.
 
 
WPH R48 Pro Handball Stop #5 - New York Athletic Club
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Paul Brady gets low to put away a shot as Andy Nett readies for a return in Sunday's WPH R48 #5 final.  Brady won 15-3, 15-0.
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NEW YORK -- Paul Brady advanced to his fifth consecutive final of the season, while former R48 top 8 pro Andy Nett advanced to his first final of his R48 career after a one-year break from R48 competition. Brady bulldozed his way through a strong upper bracket, easily defeating Vic Perez, Mando Ortiz and Naty Alvarado. After three seasons of near misses on the R48 tour, Andy Nett shocked Luis Moreno in the opening round, easily dispatched of qualifier Colin Crehan in the quarterfinals and stunned a white hot Sean Lenning in the semifinals. “I think the year off helped me to refresh physically and mentally,” revealed Nett after his two-game semifinal victory over Lenning.

Brady simply overpowered and overwhelmed Nett in a one-sided, 17-minute final. Brady served first and won the first 10 rallies, establishing a 10-0 lead before Nett stepped into the service box. Nett would only serve twice before Brady scored his 14th point, eventually scoring three points before Brady would score the final point of the game. Game two was no different, as Brady dominated from start to finish, capping his fifth R48 title in five events this season with a frighteningly easy 15-3, 15-0 romp.

The replay from the WPH R48 Pro Stop #5 can be viewed at WatchESPN.com or by using the Watch ESPN App. 

The  WPH Aces Player's Championship takes place April 16-19 in Salt Lake City.  Information about the More information can be found at HERE or at http://wphlive.tv/live/.

Follow results and scores from the WPH R48 Pro Stop #5 at the NYAC on the event's r2sports page HERE

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2015 National Collegiate Championships
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Daniel Cordova pulled off the first win in four chances against Martin Mulkerrins in Sunday's Men's Open Singles final.

PORTLAND, Ore. -- "I guess the fourth time was the charm for me," said Daniel Cordova after he beat Martin Mulkerrins in their unprecedented fourth consecutive title match at the National Collegiates.  Cardova started and ended strong, taking control of the first and third games to edge three-time champion Mulkerrins in a great match.

Ciana Curran is just a freshman but gave Catriona Casey her best Collegiate test on Sunday, pushing her doubles partner in two well-played games.  Casey took her fourth consecutive singles title to go with her four doubles titles, ending a perfect collegiate career.

Lake Forest College won the Men's, Women's and Combined Team Titles.  "That's 47, 48, and 49 (National Titles), Mike Dau noted.  "I hope I'm around for quite a few more," Dau added.  

Click on the links below to see the draws, results and final Team Standings.

 
 

The USHA National Collegiate Championships is truly a special event blending the passion of handball with school spirit and competitive drama in a fun atmosphere!
Family and friends are welcome to attend to watch as teams battle for individual championships and team scoring titles. 
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 The 2015 National Collegiate All-Americans.  
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