From Squash Magazine

By Beth Rasin
There were the warm embraces of friends who hadn’t seen each other for a year or more; there were the team outfits that glittered and sparkled; there was a visit from Mr. Jefferson, the founder of the University of Virginia, home of the MacArthur Squash Center; there was a Saturday night dance party which featured swing, Motown, modern pop, line dancing and the limbo; and there were three days packed with squash matches to determine the 2014 Howe Cup Women’s National Team champions.
The competition was fierce—whether it was the down-to-the wire fifth game between the Four Corners Casey Wong and Philly’s Alicia Rodriguez-Acosta in the A championship or the 23-21 fourth game between NY Rangers’ Sasha …

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