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 


Adult Squash Resources








Starting as an Adult

Rules & Guidelines

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Resources to Improve

US Squash to Host Adult Squash Live Information Session May 31

US Squash will host a Zoom information session on Wednesday, May 31 at 8pm ET to update the community on adult squash opportunities in the coming year. The call will be hosted by US Squash staff and the chairpersons of the Masters, Women's and Doubles committees. All interested adult players are encouraged to join the call! There are numerous local, regional and national opportunities to engage in the sport as an adult, from local district...

Amanda Sobhy Earns Sixth National Title; Douglas Celebrates First in Third Attempt

World No. 5 Amanda Sobhy earned her sixth U.S. Women's Championship title without dropping a game, while Andrew Douglas lifted the S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championship trophy for the first time in his third final appearance Friday, April 28, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The men's final opened proceedings with five seed Douglas taking on seven seed Spencer Lovejoy, who marked his first final appearance after upsetting three-time champion Todd Harrity...

Fiechter, Douglas and Lovejoy Target First National Title; Amanda Sobhy Aims for Sixth

The 2023 U.S. Women's Championship final will feature two players in the world's top eight for the first time when world No. 5 Amanda Sobhy faces world No. 7 Olivia Fiechter, while a first-time S.L. Green U.S. Men's Champion is guaranteed in either Andrew Douglas or Spencer Lovejoy who upset top seeds in the semifinals Thursday, April 27, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The opening match of the day proved to...

Marina Stefanoni and Lovejoy Seal Surprise U.S. Championship Semifinal Berths

Marina Stefanoni and Spencer Lovejoy pulled off career upsets over world No. 16 Sabrina Sobhy and three-time national champion Todd Harrity in the U.S. Women's and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championship quarterfinals Wednesday, April 26, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The results marked Stefanoni and Lovejoy's first wins over the higher-ranked former national champions, and both matches saw them come back from losing the first game to win in four games. Lovejoy...

Top Seeds Advance to U.S. Championships Quarterfinals

The opening day of the 2023 U.S. Women's and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championships staged the first two rounds of play with fifteen of the sixteen seeds advancing to the quarterfinals Wednesday, April 24, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The opening rounds proved to be routine for the favored  quarterfinalists with all but two advancing in three games. The lone upset of the day saw Penn's Dillon Huang defeat eight seed Alvin...

Parkhursts and Leonards Earn Top Honors at Parent-Child Doubles

Charles & Henry Parkhurst earned their second Father-Son Open national title--and first since 2017--while Brian & Kayley Leonard won their first Father-Daughter Open national title at the 2023 U.S. Parent-Child Squash Doubles Championships, April 21-23, 2023. The eighteenth edition of the tournament was held at the Round Hill Club and Field Club of Greenwich in Connecticut. View all results on the Parent-Child Doubles tournament page. View tournament photography on the US Squash Smugmug page. The Father-Son...