Hall of Fame

Charles M. P. Brinton

(1919-2011) The top player in the 1940s, Charlie Brinton was an early pupil of Bill White at Merion Cricket Club. His junior and senior years at Princeton he won both the intercollegiates and the nationals,...

Elizabeth Howe Constable

(1924- ) The dominant squash player of the 1950s, Betty Constable was a central force behind the growth of women’s squash in the U.S. Her mother won the nationals three times and her twin sister...

Germain Green Glidden

(1913-1999) Germain Glidden, the last great Harvard champion coached by Harry Cowles, was a record-breaking player. An illustrious player while in college, the southpaw won the intercollegiates in 1935 and 1936, as well as the...

Anne Page Homer

(1909-1985) The first dominant woman player in the U.S., Anne Page played at Merion Cricket Club. A four-time All-American in field hockey, she was the first secre­tary of the USSRA’s women association and a contributor...

Hashim Khan

(1916- ) One of the most celebrated men in the world of squash, Hashim Khan had a profound and lasting effect on the game in America. Born in Peshawar into the Pathan clan, Khan journeyed...

Hunter Lott Jr.

(1914-2005) Hunter Lott was considered the greatest right-wall doubles players of the twentieth century. Armed with a ferocious forehand, Lott took eight titles, five with Bill Slack before the war and three after with a...

Barbara Maltby

(1948- ) After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania in 1970, Barbara Maltby was taught squash by the redoubtable Norm Brammall at the Cynwyd Club. Maltby was the first American woman to put an emphasis...

G. Diehl Mateer Jr.

(1927- ) Diehl Mateer, with his unmatched eleven national titles, was the greatest doubles player the game had ever seen. With his classic Philadelphia backhand and indomitable determination, he was unstoppable on the left wall....

Alicia McConnell

(1962- ) Inarguably one of the greatest American players ever, Alicia McConnell made women’s squash her fiefdom in the 1980s. Learning the game under Carol Weymuller at the Height’s Casino in Brooklyn, McConnell won two...

Victor Niederhoffer

(1943- ) One of the hardest working and intense players ever, Vic Niederhoffer was per­haps most famous for being the only player to interrupt Sharif Khan’s thirteen-year run as North American Open champion, in a...