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2021-2022 National Championship Schedule Released

US Squash has announced a preliminary schedule of national championships, including a full slate of previously postponed 2021 events. The calendar release is an exciting and important milestone in the comeback of the sport from the impacts of the pandemic. Events marked with (SC) will take place in Philadelphia at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center as part of the opening season of activity at the new home of US Squash. Participants will have the...

Specter Center Court Installation Progresses; Doubles Courts Take Shape

Construction of the Arlen Specter US Squash Center progresses with the installation of a new bank of five singles courts and the wooden walls of both hardball doubles courts over the course of recent weeks in Philadelphia. The new bank of courts (above) will comprise five of the eighteen total singles courts at the Specter Center. A new block of three singles courts that can be converted into two international softball doubles courts will soon...

US Squash Suspends Hosting of National Championships and Junior Accredited Competition

  In follow up to the recent US Squash communication regarding the rapid and unprecedented spread of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the country, the association has continued to evaluate this dynamic situation and national response to it. The protection of the health and well-being of our participants and their families are our most important considerations. In light of this and what we know at this point, after considerable discussion, the Board and management have agreed...

Landmans and Stout Win First National Doubles Titles; Davenport Notches Thirty-Fifth

The eighty-fifth National Doubles produced three first-time champions in twin sisters Elani & Lume Landman and James Stout, while Dylan Patterson celebrated his first National Doubles title in a decade Sunday, March 8, at Boast Squash, the Commodore Club and Minneapolis Club in St. Paul and Minneapolis. The National Doubles returned to the twin cities for the first time since 1993 with more than 200 players on 102 teams competing across fifteen divisions. Twelve national...

Twin Cities Set to Host First National Doubles Since 1993

For the first time in nearly three decades, Minneapolis and St. Paul play host to the National Doubles, March 5-8, at Boast Squash, the Commodore Squash Club and Minneapolis Club in Minnesota. Follow live streaming from three courts and live scores for all matches throughout the tournament on ussquash.com/live. View all draws and results on the National Doubles Club Locker page. More than 200 players on 102 teams will compete across fifteen divisions with twelve national...