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Paola Longoria National Champion Update 2017

March 27th, 2017

Paola Longoria Mexican National Champion in singles and doubles.

Coach Fran Davis and Paola Longoria celebrates her 80th Pro Tournament victory after the match, in singles in Warren, NJ.

CONGRATULATIONS to PAOLA LONGORIA for winning the Mexican National Championships and the LPRT Pro Stop in Warren, NJ

Paola Longoria won the 2017 Mexican National Championships in both singles and doubles in Chihuahua, MX on March 9-12 for the 11th straight year.
She has been a part of her countries national selection process since 2006 and has represented her country of Mexico on the adult national team since she was 17 years old. She will be representing her country at the Pan American Championships in Costa Rica next month.

Paola Longoria celebrates her 80th Pro Tournament victory in singles in Warren, NJ

Paola also had another great win on the professional side just one week before in both singles and doubles in Warren, NJ on March 3-5. The tournament victory became Paola’s 80th professional singles win of her career. She now has more individual professional event titles than Tiger Woods (79), John McEnroe (77), Serena Williams (72), Billie Jean King (67), and Andre Agassi (60).

For the 2016-2017 season on the Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour (LPRT), Paola is undefeated in both singles and doubles play. Her tournament winning streak in singles play is now at 23.

****Stay turned for a busy April with Rocky and Paola playing in their IRT & LPRT events as well as Paola representing her country at the Pan American Championships in Costa Rica.

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