Adult Squash

Adult Squash allows for lifelong, positive engagement in our sport and provides opportunities for all levels both on and off the court. There is a tremendous amount of programming and opportunity for players of all ages and abilities to start playing or otherwise participate at hundreds of facilities across the United States.  An active lifestyle is incredibly important for general health, and participating in organized sport, such as squash, is proven to have many long lasting, positive benefits on the all-around wellness of a person 


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National Singles Produces Three Five-Game Finals and Four New Champions

The 2021 U.S. National Squash Championships culminated with three dramatic five game finals won by James Zug, Sr. (80+), Gerald Poulton (75+) and Chris Walker (50+), while four new national singles champions were crowned Sunday, October 24, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The 109th edition of the National Singles--rescheduled from its traditional spring date--fielded nine age divisions with more than 100 players. Exemplifying the notion that squash is a sport for life,...

Live Stream: 2021 U.S. National Squash Championships

The 2021 U.S. National Squash Championships--rescheduled from its traditional spring staging--takes place this weekend at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. More than 100 players will vie for nine national titles from 40+ through 80+ age divisions. Watch live streaming of all matches on the daily US Squash Youtube playlists below. Follow live scores and results on the 2021 U.S. National Squash Championships Club Locker page. Friday, October 22, Live Stream Playlist: Saturday, October 23, Live...

US Squash Updates Accredited Competition COVID Protocols; U.S. Championships Registration Open for 2021-2022 Season

In response to the recent surge in COVID-19, US Squash has updated its guidelines and recommendations for accredited competition. These protocols are designed to support the desire for many members of the squash community to return to play and competition, while acknowledging that prioritizing the safety of the community requires ongoing adaptation to ensure all reasonable protective measures are in place to do so. The updated protocols maintain the recommendation that masks be worn at...

Women’s Squash Week Returns September 19-26

WSW Toolkit Women's Squash Week--the international movement focused on increasing women's squash participation--returns in 2021, September 19-26. The 2021 Women's Squash Week campaign is focused on re-engaging women in squash activities following the many challenges of lockdowns and restrictions. Why not get back onto court and organize a social tournament, a beginner’s event, or a coaching workshop? Women’s Squash Week not only brought players out in droves to local events, but it has helped spawn more participation...

2021-2022 National Championship Schedule Released

US Squash has announced a preliminary schedule of national championships, including a full slate of previously postponed 2021 events. The calendar release is an exciting and important milestone in the comeback of the sport from the impacts of the pandemic. Events marked with (SC) will take place in Philadelphia at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center as part of the opening season of activity at the new home of US Squash. Participants will have the...

US Squash Releases Initial Summer Junior Tournament Calendar and Expanded Details of Return-to-Competition Plans

As momentum continues in the return of players to the squash courts, US Squash has announced a preliminary schedule of summer junior tournaments and posted additional information on policies and procedures that will apply to Stage 2 of the phased transition to junior national competition and tournament points-based rankings, beginning May 28, 2021. Families can read the prior announcement of the three-stage transition here, and more detailed information is available on the return-to-competition page...