Racquetball legend, Heather McKay, was inducted into the Ladies Pro Racquetball Tour (LPRT) Hall of Fame this past weekend at the LPRT event in Greenville, South Carolina.
McKay, who was already a legend in the sport of squash, moved to Canada from Australia in the late 1970’s. She took up racquetball and immediately enjoyed incredible success on the pro-racquetball tour and at the national level in Canada. On the tour, she had a win loss record of 118-20 and earned 20 pro titles over a period of 6 years. McKay retired from racquetball when she returned to Australia but left a sport legacy that is indelible.
Heather McKay was named to the Racquetball Canada Hall of Fame in 2020. The 2020 National Championships, including the Hall of Fame induction ceremony, was postponed and will take place this year.
Racquetball Canada would like to congratulate Heather McKay on being honoured by the LPRT and being inducted alongside Lynn Adams Clay and Michelle (Gilman) Gould as the inaugural members of the Hall of Fame.