Ken Davidoff

Ken Davidoff (Inducted in 2006) Despite a short career, many consider the Ken Davidoff the best one-wall singles player ever. The lanky lefty overpowered the competition during the early 1960s […]

Joel Wisotsky

Joel Wisotsky Over a 16-year period, Joel Wisotsky won 13 doubles titles with six different partners, including eight in one-wall, four in three-wall and one Canadian four-wall title. Afflicted with […]

Al Torres

Al Torres For a span of 35 year, Al Torres was at or near the top of the one-wall singles field at the Open level. The powerful lefty with great […]

Artie Reyer

Artie Reyer In spite of a right leg weakened and disfigured by childhood polio, Arty Reyer became a doubles standout, winning six USHA national doubles titles with four different partners […]

Howie Eisenberg

Howie Eisenberg Howie Eisenberg’s love affair with handball began when he was 3 watching his idol, Vic Hershkowitz at the Brighton Beach Baths in Brooklyn, N.Y. The youngster quickly developed […]