About US Squash
US Squash is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, the only national governing body for the sport in the United States. Founded in 1904 and headquartered at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center on the campus of Drexel University in Philadelphia, US Squash is responsible for growth and success at all levels of the sport, from community grassroots development and school teams, to junior and college competition, adult amateur squash, and the U.S. National Team reaching for the podium on the world stage.
US Squash's Mission
US Squash’s mission is to lead squash’s growth and development by increasing access and awareness, supporting meaningful lifelong engagement in the sport, and encouraging sportsmanship while achieving competitive excellence at the highest levels.
US Squash’s vision is to be the best national sports governing body in the United States. In pursuing this aspiration, we envision people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds across the country enjoying squash, playing the game with a positive spirit, and participating in programs that foster camaraderie, facilitate competition and encourage healthy lifestyles. We create and promote opportunities to become part of an ever-broadening squash community, one widely known to value excellence, inclusion, fair-play and sportsmanship. We continually invest in the development of the sport to sustain growth, broaden access, and we embrace innovation. We support teaching professionals and coaches in their effort to engage and mentor players during their lifelong involvement in the sport. We operate the world’s preeminent squash facility serving as a national center of excellence and provide all the resources required to train and coach high-performing athletes who excel in competition and proudly represent their country.