The Ladies Professional Racquetball Tour is the event driven, governing body of a growing membership of the highest-level professional women players in the world. The LPRT is comprised of elite athletes representing over a dozen countries including the United States, Mexico, Chile, Canada, Colombia, Japan, Dominican Republic and Venezuela.
• THE 2019/20 SEASON IS LIVE •
Penultimate US OPEN Presents Two Firsts
Paola Longoria continues here reign by attaining her 100th career title at the biggest stage in all of racquetball! Her victory came after a textbook win over Maria Jose Vargas. Congratulations to Alexandra Herrera and Montse Mejia for upsetting fellow countrywomen Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas for their first ever US OPEN doubles title in what many considered the best match of the tournament!
The Tour Hits Virginia Beach With An Upset
Maria Jose Vargas wins the first ever LPRT by the Beach with an upset victory over world #1 Paola Longoria in singles. Vargas delays Paola's possible 100th professional win until our next stop. Paola will get another shot for her 100th on racquetball's biggest stage, the US OPEN. The seeding held true in pro doubles. Congratulations to Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas who had a solid victory over Maria Jose Vargas and Natalia Mendez. Thank you to Legendary Pro Malia Kamahoahoa Bailey and Bill Milbach for putting on a great tournament!
First Stop Of The 2019-2020 Season
Congratulations to Paola Longoria for winning the singles title over Maria Jose Vargas and to Montse Mejia and Alexandra Herrera for winning the doubles title over Paola Longoria and Samantha Salas at the 2019 Paola Longoria Experience #1 Grand Slam in San Luis Potosi Mexico.
Paola Longoria added another title to her belt and faced off against a new finalist, Montse Mejia. As a #10 seed Mejia entering the tournament, Mejia defeated the #2, #6, and #7 ranked tour players to reach her first ever pro final. In other upsets, #22 seed Erin Rivera defeated the #12 seed and then #5 to make it to her first quarterfinals, and #19 seed Jessica Parilla took out #14 and #3.
Longoria and partner Samantha Salas were the victorious doubles team battling through an 11-7 match tie breaker. They bested reigning US Open Championship doubles team Mejia and partner Alexandra Herrera who actually dominated game 1.