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 when he was in his late teens and early 20s.…

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 childhood asthma, the powerful lefty concentrated on ending rallies quickly.…

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 hooking serves won 11 open titles, including two final singles…

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 over a span of 16 years. Reyer brought a flair…

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 into a great junior player who prided himself on being…

Vern Roberts

Vern Roberts Roberts was known for his smooth swing and effortless motion while gliding across the court. A national champion in singles and doubles in three- and four-wall, he also won the 1986 World Four-Wall singles title to go with…

Bill Yambrick

Bill Yambrick One of the quickest and most ambidextrous players ever to grace a handball court, Bill Yambrick earned three YMCA singles titles. Yambrick might be best known for finishing second to Paul Haber in three USHA singles finals. Also…

Carl Obert

Carl Obert The lefthander in the famed Obert family of handball champions (joining brothers Oscar and Ruby in the Hall of Fame) Carl amassed an amazing singles and doubles record. A student of the game, Carl also dominated with his…

Naty Alvarado

Naty Alvarado The most dominating, winningest handball player of alt time is considered by most to be the game’s all-time best. Naty “El Gato” Alvarado revolutionized the game of handball, turning the handball world upside down with his ambidextrous offensive…

Dennis Hofflander

Dennis Hofflander, 1947- Induction: 1996 Six Pro Wins, Three USHA National Titles and Two National YMCA titles Dennis Hofflander may have the game’s best two-handed shooter. Hofflander made his first mark on USHA history by destroying the National Juniors field…