Staff Members

Meet Our Team!

Eric Beeson

Treasurer

Eric Beeson is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and also serves as the Treasurer. Professionally, he is a Certified Public Accountant. He has been playing racquetball since the early 1990s. Eric's interests include being a father, playing racquetball, watching horror movies, and muscle cars and motorcycles.

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george bustos

Coach

George Bustos is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and has been playing racquetball for over thirty two years. Mostly devotes his time to coaching juniors and up and coming players. Owner of his own IT and web development business.

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John "JJ" Casey

Board of Directors

John "JJ" Casey is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and has been playing racquetball for over thirty years. An Air Force Veteran combat and test pilot, former diplomat, and current corporate software development methodology thought leader, Casey spends much of his free time writing, playing racquetball, and helping ACRA grow the sport for our community.

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Sam Hojat

Board of Directors

Sam Hojat is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and has been playing racquetball for over twenty years. Sam helps create/update the league software, run tournaments, and volunteers his time to ACRA's mission. Professionally, Sam has BA and MBA in Management Information Systems. He enjoys playing a multitude of sports and board games in his spare time.

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Sandy Rios

Board of Directors

Sandy Rios is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and has been actively involved in racquetball since the mid 80's. She also serves on several other racquetball boards helping to promote and encourage the growth of the sport. Owner of her own medical billing company, and devoted servant to her 2 dogs, she spends any free time working in her garden and kitchen.

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John "JJ" Casey

Board of Directors

John "JJ" Casey is a member of the ACRA Board of Directors and has been playing racquetball for over thirty years. An Air Force Veteran combat and test pilot, former diplomat, and current corporate software development methodology thought leader, Casey spends much of his free time writing, playing racquetball, and helping ACRA grow the sport for our community.

Who We Are

Why we do what we do

We are racquetball enthusiasts who decided to bring a unique offering to our community, by volunteering our time to hosts tournaments, leagues, and clinics, our goal is to do everything we can to grow this game and its following… and potentially make racquetball an Olympic sport one day in the near future. We also have a focus on youth racquetball and offer scholarships for our community to encourage children to exercise and educate them on the benefits of racquetball, from camaraderie and teamwork to a healthy lifestyle.

we do it for the love

ACRA members work hard behind the scenes to make this dream possible through planning, holding monthly meetings, hosting tournaments, organizing leagues, clinics, lessons, and general education to the community or any individual who is looking for a fun way to exercise and compete.

We train and encourage our junior racquetball players to compete at junior,  high school, and college Nationals, all the way to competing at the US Open Racquetball Championships.

Our mIssion

Alamo City Racquetball Association (ACRA) is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, founded by San Antonio players, dedicated to the growth of the racquetball community within our city. It is committed to hosting quality, sanctioned tournaments and local events, as well as fostering programs geared towards our junior, high school and college players. ACRA also provides a means of communicating local needs to both state and national level racquetball organizations. ACRA hopes to provide an organized way for players to volunteer their time and contribute their ideas in order to successfully meet its goals.