Phil Collins

Phil Collins Teamed with Johnny Sloan, Collins dominated the national doubles scene for years. Known as the “Windy City Whiz Kids,” the tandem captured four consecutive national four-wall doubles titles, […]

Ruby Obert

Ruby Obert Ruby may have been the smartest and cagiest of the three Obert brothers inducted into the Handball Hall of Fame. Relying on his court sense and skill, Ruby […]

Pat Kirby

Pat Kirby The “Weekend Warrior” (nicknamed so after winning 13 of 15 weekend invitational events in one year), will long be remembered as handball’s ambassador to the world. Pat started […]

Steve Sandler

Steve Sandler One-wall kingpin Steve Sandler will be remembered as much for his domination of one-wall handball as for his amusing challenge games. Sandler was known to play with handicaps […]

Sam Haber

Sam Haber Sam’s floor-scraping left-hand kill off the back wall may never be duplicated, and it made him the premier left-handed, left-side doubles player in his day. Offense was his […]

Marty Decatur

Marty Decatur Decatur will be remembered as one of the best doubles players ever. His record of eight four-wall titles, six three-wall crowns and four one-wall championships speak to that. […]

Paul Haber

Paul Haber USHA Hall of Fame Induction: 1983 It was an accurate ceiling shot that won Haber his national championships. He could drop the ball into the left rear corner […]

John Sloan

Johnny Sloan In more than two decades of scrutinizing handball’s very best tournament performers there has been no player that personifies the true meaning of the word “pro” than Johnny […]

Oscar Obert

Oscar Obert Elected to the Hall of Fame with Jacobs was another “shoo-in,” Oscar Obert. Oscar won more open USHA national championships than any other player in the history of […]

Jim Jacobs

Jim Jacobs Jim Jacobs’ admission into the hall of Fame was just a matter of when he would become eligible. The original requirement has set up eligibility for players who […]