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

Recreational

Competitive

Resources to Improve

Tournaments

Rankings

Leagues

Rules & Guidelines

Awards

Annual Fund

US Squash Announces Phased Resumption of Accredited Competition

Accredited US Squash competitions will open for registration over the coming weeks in coordination with the community and local facilities. The phased resumption of competitive play prioritizes safety and fairness, and will continue to evolve with changes in local, state and federal guidelines and based on feedback from the squash community. During the summer and fall, squash facilities started to open with limited options for play. The allowed types of participation have now expanded in...

US Squash Provides Return to Play and Competition Update

As Labor Day marks the transition into fall, squash facilities around the U.S. continue to reopen to limited types of play. Concurrently, US Squash is working with representatives from across the community to plan for a gradual return to competition over the coming months in a phased approach. The US Squash COVID-19 resources pageaggregates the most current information and guidelines. These resources include the latest news, a squash opening status by state interactive map, community...

US Squash to Release Enhancements to Ratings Algorithm

US Squash has announced that it will incorporate enhancements into its player rating algorithm this month. Already among the leading rating algorithms in any sport worldwide, the changes will further improve the accuracy of player ratings, and better balance the relative ratings between constituent groups. Ratings will also become more balanced between countries including those outside of the U.S. who also use the rating algorithm through Club Locker. The process of evaluating potential enhancements...

Specter Center Construction Progresses Towards 2020 Completion

Construction on the Arlen Specter US Squash Center remains on track for completion in December of 2020. The Specter Center, located on the campus of Drexel University in the heart of Philadelphia’s University City, will be the first permanent home for US Squash and will bring together the entire squash community—from Team USA athletes to current amateur players, participants in U.S. national championships, and to the thousands of members of the surrounding community who...

COVID-19 Resources

During this challenging time, US Squash is committed to supporting clubs and pros across the country and continuing to share relevant information from the Federal and State governments. Please continue to refer to and follow their guidance for employers and businesses. The US Squash COVID-19 Resources Pageaggregates the most current information and guidelines. These resources include the latest news, a squash opening status by state interactive map, community FAQ's, resources for players, clubs & coaches,...

US Squash Fiscal Year Ends June 30; Your Support is Needed Now

US Squash relies on contributions to strengthen the organization and allow us to deliver against our mission. US Squash works to drive every facet of squash forward at all levels: from junior development to adult squash; urban, community and team programs; amateur to professional singles and doubles; and programs that support and train professionals, coaches, officials and administrators. The impact of the pandemic on US Squash is severe. Half of the organization’s revenue sources are...