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Stanford University to Continue Women’s Squash as Varsity Sport

Stanford University announced on Tuesday that it would continue the 11 varsity sports, including women’s squash, that it had planned to cut at the end of the current academic year. “The Stanford women’s varsity squash program has been a beacon for top squash players of all backgrounds for more than a decade, and college squash is fortunate that it will remain so,” said John Nimick, College Squash Association (CSA) Board Chair. “We are also excited...

US Squash and CSA Partner on College Squash Recruiting Showcases: Registration Now Available

US Squash and the College Squash Association (CSA) have announced a series of one day regional College Squash Recruiting Showcases – the first of their kind – to be held across the country in October and November. These events, run and organized by local facilities, will provide the opportunity for high school players to play in competitive matches that can be viewed remotely by interested varsity college coaches for recruiting purposes. Registration is now...

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...

US Squash and CSA Address College Recruitment Process With Two Round Table Discussions

US Squash and the College Squash Association (CSA) hosted two round table discussions addressing the college recruitment process on August 27 and September 2. The discussions featured panels of college coaches and administrators in hopes of providing players and parents with the most up to date information on the recruitment process for the upcoming season and the impact of the pandemic on the process. The first round table on August 27 had a specialized focus on...

CSA and US Squash Coordinate on Response to Covid-19 Challenges

Events over the last five months have impacted and challenged all of us dramatically. Institutions and activities that we have relied on for years disappeared or were put on hold, causing heartbreak and, in some cases, considerable loss. Intercollegiate sports have not been immune, with over 300 varsity programs being discontinued across the country. Unfortunately in the squash world, collegiate squash programs at Brown University, Stanford University and George Washington University have lost their...