1984: $12,000 U.S. Open
The USOC will provide a matching grant if we reach our goal of $35,000! We have 2 months left to raise $1,785!!!
Each National Team will be composed of 4 athletes/team/gender and will be selected as follows: World Ranking & US Trials for Cadet and Junior Teams.
1984: Marcy Monasterial Wins Two Medals at International Games for the Disabled. 1984: Liz Hornyak Earns Gold at World Senior Championships. 1984: June Tournaments.
The top two teams in Honor Division will represent Northeast Region at the US Club Championship 2013 Las Vegas!
This is to fill the seat vacated by Christian Lillieroos when he recently resigned to accept the position of Technical Director of the Mexican Table Tennis Federation. This vacated term is through Dec 31, 2014.
The Neil Smyth Memorial Table Tennis Open in San Diego has joined the 2013 North American Tour.
Player --inducted 2010. Mitch is a former World Champion and currently leads the table tennis efforts in Minnesota.
Reported by Carl Danner, HPC Chair
Congratulations to all for finishing all their post-course work and achieving ITTF Level 2 Certification.
Host City Bid Specification Sheet. Dates: July 31-August 2, 2014 or August 7-9, 2014 (plus one more day for set up).
Congratulations to Olympian Todd Sweeris and Paralympian Terese Terranova. Yvonne Kronlage named Mark Matthews Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.
1984: Election Results/Pre-U.S. Open Action by USTTA President Boggan
Successful courses completed in Atlanta, Georgia in the south east of the United States and then at the Lily Yip Training Center in New Jersey in the north east; there was no time for Richard McAfee to even brush his teeth.
1984: May Tournaments (Pintea/Domonkos Win Canadian National’s—Kosanovic/Caetano Boycott It). 1984: Danny Seemiller Wins $800, Sean O’Neill $600 at Baltimore Invitational.