Brenda Loube is honored for her achievements in racquetball and softball. At age 16. Loube played semi-pro softball, winning numerous city titles and placing second in the nation in 1976: She lettered in softball at Towson State University in 1974. Simultaneously, she became a leading racquetball player, earning the title of Maryland State Singles and· Double Racquetball Champion between 1977 and 1983, and National-Singles Racquetball Champion in 1983. Loube served as Junior Sports Coordinator for the 14th Maccabiah Games and has developed Georgetown University Hospital’s first Cardiac Rehabilitation Program. She is founder and co-owner of Corporate Fitness Works.