Hall of Fame

Nancy Gengler-Saint

(1956- ) Nancy Gengler-Saint was an outstanding player and coach who epitomized sportsmanship. After picking up squash at Princeton, she won the National Intercollegiate Individuals as a sophomore, reached two more finals and led the...

Gail Ramsay

(1957- ) One of the most impactful people in U.S. squash history, Gail Ramsay has been a leader as a player, coach and administrator. Growing up at the Cynwyd Club in Philadelphia, Ramsay was the...

John A. Fry

(1960- ) A squash player, parent and leader, John Fry has played an unprecedented role in transforming squash in Philadelphia and around the nation. When he became president of Drexel University in 2010, he created...

Thomas E. Page

(1956-2001) Tom Page electrified the squash world with his physicality, will to win and an unique ability to combine stunning shotmaking and relentless retrieving. Raised at Merion Cricket Club, he was a young star at...

Peggy & Leo Pierce U.S. Squash Hall of Fame Officially Opened; Four New Inductees...

(Pictured, l-r: David and Palmer Page--accepting on behalf of their late brother, Tom--Gail Ramsay, Nancy-Gengler Saint, John Fry) US Squash formally opened the Peggy & Leo Pierce U.S. Squash Hall of Fame, housed at the...

Watch Live: Hall of Fame Grand Opening

The Grand Opening of the Peggy & Leo Pierce U.S. Squash Hall of Fame at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, and the induction of four exceptional new members to the Hall of Fame,...

Watch Live: National Singles

The 2022 U.S. Masters Championships are underway at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. 120 competitors are competing across age divisions ranging from 35+ to 80+ with eleven national champions set to be...

Hall of Fame Profile: John Fry

John Fry has played an unprecedented role in transforming squash in America. Like many in the game, he first started playing squash in his thirties. A fellow administrator at the University of Pennsylvania suggested he...

Hall of Fame Profile: Gail Ramsay

Gail Ramsay grew up at the Cynwyd Club outside Philadelphia (she is the fifteenth Cynwyd member to be inducted into the Hall of Fame). She was a legendary junior player, with a giant asterisk....

Hall of Fame Profile: Nancy Gengler-Saint

Nancy Gengler-Saint grew up on Long Island in a famous family of five tennis-playing children (two of her sisters captained the women’s tennis team at Princeton and one, Margie, played in the US Open...