My Championship Team Summer 2011 Update
Rocky Carson wins the Outdoor National Championships in Huntington Beach, CA making it 8 in a row, after taking off 3 weeks from a grueling 2010/2011 professional indoor season where he was in 10 out of 12 finals. After winning the Outdoor Nationals his training regiment was like no other as he was not only getting ready for the pro season, but also he will be representing the USA at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, MX in mid-October.
Paola Longoria wins the Mexican National Championships in singles and doubles and earned a spot on the Mexican National Team and she will be representing her country at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, MX in mid-October. After winning the National Championships Paola received one of the greatest honors anyone could ever receive…she was selected to light the Pan American Torch to start the torch traveling throughout Mexico before ending up in Guadalajara for the Pan American Games.
Taylor Knoth finishes #22 on the IRT ranking his first year playing part-time on the professional tour while going to school. He was also invited by the Korean Government, all expenses paid, along with Jose Rojas to play in a Korean Tournament…an opportunity of a lifetime.
My Junior Championship Team shined at the Jr. National Championships in Portland, OR earning a spot on the Jr. National Racquetball Team to represent the USA at the Jr. World Championships in the Dominican Republic…I am so PROUD of them:
|Brad Schopieray||Jr. Nationals Boys 18 & U Singles 4th/Doubles 2nd|
|Spencer Shoemaker||Jr. Nationals Boys 14 & U Singles 1st/Doubles 1st|
|Wayne Toyne||Jr. Nationals Boys 12 & U Singles 3rd/Doubles 1st|
|Jessica Munoz||Jr. Nationals Girls 18 & U Singles 3rd/Doubles 1st
Jr. Worlds Girls 18 & U Doubles 3rd
|Lexi York||Jr. Nationals Girls 14 & U Singles 2nd/Doubles 1st|
|Jordan Cooperrider||Jr. Nationals Girls 12 & U Singles 1st/Doubles 1st
Jr. Worlds Girls 12 & U Singles 1st/Doubles 2nd
Espirit Female Athlete of the Year 2011