National Champions 2021

One-Wall, Brooklyn, NY Open Singles: Tyree Bastidas Open Doubles: Tywan Cook / Victor LoPierreA Singles: Gary Luk A Doubles: Austin Quinons / Isaac CabaB Singles:  Suup Ortiz35-Plus: William Polanco40-Plus Singles: Jai Ragoo40-Plus Doubles:  Jai Ragoo / Joseph Kaplan50-Plus Singles:  Andy…

National Champions 2020

One-Wall, Brooklyn, NY Open Singles: Tywan Cook Collegiate Championships, University of Texas – Austin, Texas Combined Team Open: Missouri State University Men’s Team Open: Minnesota State University, Mankato Women’s Team Open:  Missouri State University Combined Team A: Pacific University Men’s…

National Champions 2022

Four-Wall, Multnomah Athletic Club, Portland, Ore. Open Singles: Diarmaid NashOpen Doubles: Diarmaid Nash / Martin MulkerrinsA Singles: Conor WalshA Doubles: Ross Coyler / Denny Schmidt B Singles: Michael StenbergB Doubles: Ed Fredenburgh / Nick FredenburghC Singles: David Harper35 Singles: Braulio…

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…