Davey Bledsoe
Davey Bledsoe | Atlanta, Georgia (Deceased)
(Professional Athlete, Inducted 2010)

Davey's career began in 1973 when he won the IRA Intercollegiate Championships in Champaign, IL. The highlight of his professional career was his 1977 upset victory over Marty Hogan.  Davey was also a true racquetball ambassador, featured in over 150 television, radio and magazine interviews and articles.
Bret Harnett
Bret Harnett | Henderson, Nevada
(Professional Athlete, Inducted 2010)

Ranked #2 on the Men's Professional Tour from 1985 thru 1988, Bret won 16 professional events.  At 16, he was the youngest player ever to win the USRA Open National Championships.  Bret received the designation of Catalina Pro Tour Player of the Year in 1983.
Larry Liles
Larry Liles | Memphis, Tennessee
(Contributor, Inducted 2010)

Recognized as the "Father of Collegiate Racquetball", Larry's long-time commitment to collegiate racquetball is legendary.  His teams at Memphis State University won 17 National Men's titles and 12 National Women's titles.  Larry served as coach of the US National Team from 1998-99 and was named United States Olympic Coach of the Year in 1996.