T. J. Baumbaugh is a former professional player whose career evolved from player, to player representative, to the LPRT Executive Team. She continues to play indoor and now outdoor racquetball, while working to help grow the sport. T. J. earned a BS in Kinesiology from Penn State University and is a trainer in McLean, Va.
Dr. Tim Baghurst
Head Commentator and Contributor
Dr. Tim Baghurst is a Professor and Director of FSU COACH at Florida State University. A sports science researcher and author, he also mentors athletes and coaches through his company GOAT Sports Performance.
Jerry J. Josey Jr.
Media and IT Director
Jerry “J.” Josey Jr is an I.T. consultant and forever an entrepreneur. As the president of the South Carolina Racquetball Association he has run over 30 events including the Sweet Carolina Open LPRT Grand Slam. Racquetball and Pickleball are a family affair for J and his passion for growing those sports has evolved from a hobby to a complete lifestyle. He is a proud alumni of the great University of South Carolina.
Maria Renee Rodriguez
Maria Renee Rodriguez is a professional racquetball player from Guatemala and the current Player Representative of the International Racquetball Federation. As an IOC Young Leader, she is passionate about promoting sport as a catalyst for social change. She was a silver medalist at the 2019 Pan Am Games in doubles.
Contributor – Video Editing, Commentary, and Research
JP is currently a senior at Liberty University earning a degree in psychology. In 2021, he will be training at the Prince William County, VA police academy. As a super fan and player specialist, he provides valuable in-depth analysis and insight into the LPRT athletes.
Maria Paz Riquelme
Contributor – Social Media
Maria Paz Riquelme is a professional player and fitness coach from Cali, Colombia.
Board of Directors
Adrienne Haynes has been playing professional racquetball for 20 years. She was a Junior and Collegiate National Champion. She currently resides in Memphis with her husband and children and works for Hilton.
Margo D. Scott
Board Member – Treasurer
Margo Scott is a racquetball fanatic! She eats, breathes, and watches all things racquetball. Born and raised in Michigan, she attended Michigan State University. She is a wife, a mother of 4 adult children, and a grandmother of 8 grandchildren. Margo is a Real Estate Broker, and serves as Vice President of the Commonwealth of Virginia Racquetball Association.
An avid competitor and supporter of the game Sandy spends most days running a medical billing company, working in the yard and trying to improve her game. As a board member of the LPRT, TXRA and Alamo City Racquetball Association, she actively does anything and everything to promote racquetball and still finds time to keep her boys, Rebel and Shooter, happy and healthy.
Cristina is professional athlete from Cali, Colombia who has been playing the pro tour for more than 10 years. She wants to help the tour reach its full potential.
Cheryl Kirk has a long history in racquetball, having started playing in 1977. After a 27-year career with McDonald's Corporation, she has devoted her time almost exclusively to the sport, serving as president of USA Racquetball (2008-2012) and currently as team leader for the U.S. Adult and Junior Teams and on the boards of USA Racquetball, the International Racquetball Federation, the Pan American Racquetball Confederation, and the Illinois State Racquetball Association. She joined the LPRT Board of Directors in 2018 and enjoys supporting these deserving women in their pursuit of racquetball success.
Board Member – Secretary
When Lynette Froehlich was first introduced to racquetball by a friend on the courts by the University of Nebraska Football Stadium, she was hooked immediately. During the 40 years of playing socially and competitively, she made many friends and created many great memories. She is happy to support the amazing women of the LPRT and appreciates that this sport brings all races and cultures together.
Marti has been playing racquetball off and on since high school and in the military. She brings her experience as the CEO of a woman owned business and head of a non-profit to the LPRT to support the ongoing effort of Women’s racquetball.