PSRA has created a program to promote referee certification. PSRA will reimburse the $10 fee after you pass the referee certification. During all PSRA run tournaments where referees are paid $5, certified referees will be paid $10. This gives players an opportunity to make some money back but also learn more about the game. Email […]...Read More
PA Racquetball News
The PA State Singles Championship will be returning to the IM building on the Penn State main campus March 4-6th. Construction for the past 2+ years has hindered (pun) us playing at our state’s geographic center. The construction included the removal of 2 of the 12 courts but the playing conditions should be a tremendous […]...Read More
There are currently 2 openings on the PSRA board of directors. We are looking for 2 motivated and positive PA residents that would like to volunteer their time to make racquetball better for ALL Pennsylvania racquetballers. The board will consider anyone interested in the next few months and the selection will be made democratically by […]...Read More
We successfully ran a tournament in Pittsburgh where 40 Pennsylvania players received a 1 year membership for their participation. At $60, this is a steal! It included food and an athletic shirt without a bunch of sponsor logos. Another tournament will be held in Feasterville to cater to the Philadelphia player population. Please come out […]...Read More
National Racquetball News
Hood River News - 14 hours ago
#The Hood River Sports Club hosted the Harvest Fest Racquetball Tournament Nov. 5-8. Players from the Portland area came and enjoyed the fun atmosphere and challenging competition. HRSC hosts two tournaments a year with 40-60 participants in...
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber (subscription) - 3 days ago
Vashon Athletic Club (VAC) held its first Thanksgiving racquetball tournament earlier this month. Islander Greg Allison took first place, and Abel Eckhardt came in second. The VAC plans on hosting racquetball tournaments every few months throughout...
Quad-Cities Online - 4 weeks ago
O'Hern lost more than 40 pounds playing racquetball. “It kind of turned into a quest,” he said. “I was looking to feel whole again after the heart issue.” O'Hern said playing against challenging local players at the Moline YMCA and Rock Island Fitness...
YourWestValley.com - 2 weeks ago
A free demonstration will be conducted by racquetball instructor Murle Williams, who will also be providing information regarding lessons and available programs for all ages and skill levels. The Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex is at 15960 N...
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