Urban

The Rocky of Squash: Little America

Last week Apple TV Plus released the first season of Little America, an anthology television series that looks at the unexpected lives of immigrants in America. There are eight half-hour episodes in the first season....

Markoe to Receive Feron’s Wedgwood Trophy at U.S. Open

Abby Markoe will be awarded the Feron’s Wedgwood Sportsmanship Trophy at the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open. The ceremony will be on Tuesday October 9 as a part of Character in Sports Day. Markoe (pictured...

CitySquash’s Pacheco and Santa Barbara’s Paredes Make History at Sixteenth Urban Individuals

CitySquash's Joana Pacheco became the first player to win three consecutive Urban Individuals U19 titles, while Sebastion Paredes earned Santa Barbara School of Squash's first U19 title in program history during the sixteenth Urban...

Sixteenth Urban Individuals Draws More Than 450 to Western Mass

More than 450 students representing eighteen Squash + Education Alliance programs are set to compete in the 2018 Urban Individual Nationals this weekend, held for the fourth year at Williams and Amherst in Northwestern...

First Outdoor Public Court May Open a Door to Squash’s Future

In a first for the sport of squash, the Public Squash Foundation, ASB Squash and the New York City Department of Parks & Recreation have installed the world's first all-glass, free-to-play, public squash court....

StreetSquash and Racquet Up Win Top Titles at Urban Team Nationals

The fifteenth Urban Team Nationals saw first-time champions Racquet Up (Detroit) and StreetSquash (Harlem) claim the U19 division titles in what was the largest Urban Team Nationals in tournament history at StreetSquash Harlem, Poly...

Urban Team Nationals Draws 500 Players to New York City

The fifteenth annual Urban Team Nationals will attract 505 players representing eighteen Squash + Education Alliance programs from across the United States and Canada throughout the New York City area, January 19-21. While much of...

SquashBusters and Moses Brown Open Providence Facility

Last weekend, SquashBusters and Moses Brown School officially opened an extraordinary squash facility in Providence, RI. It is a twelve-court facility, with eleven singles courts and one hardball doubles court, as well as classrooms,...

Houston Squash Community Rebuilding After Hurricane Harvey

The game of squash in southeastern Texas took a hard hit from Hurricane Harvey but has begun to recover due to the resilience of the squash community. Mission Squash, the urban squash program in Houston...

National Center Project Unanimously Greenlighted by US Squash Board

Following US Squash’s early May announcement to retain Ned Edwards to explore the fundraising potential for a National Center as part of US Squash’s long term strategic plans, the Board of Directors approved moving...