US Squash has announced a preliminary schedule of national championships for the 2022-2023 season. Additional information including confirmed locations will be released in the coming months.
2022 U.S. Skill Level Championships – October 15-16, 2022
2022 Howe Cup U.S. Women’s Team Championships – November 4-6, 2022
2023 U.S. Masters Squash Championships – March 31-April 2, 2023
JCT #1 – September 9-11, 2022
JCT #2 – October 8-10, 2022
JCT #3 – November 11-13, 2022
More than one hundred juniors competed on sixty-one teams at the 2022 U.S. Junior Doubles Championships--the first Junior Doubles since 2019--held alongside the 2022 U.S. Junior Bronze Championships, April 29-May 1, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center.
View all results from the weekend on the Junior Doubles tournament page and Junior Bronze tournament page.
The junior doubles produced a slate of three first-time U19 champions.
BU19 top seeds Oscar Okonkwo & Callan Venkatesan took home their...
The 2022 U.S. Parent Child Doubles Championships produced repeat champions in the form of Scott & Hudson Poirer and Xan & Andrew Matuch, while Ilya & Maya Voloshin won the inaugural parent-child division and Robert & Robby Berner earned their first Open title Sunday April 24, at the Field Club of Greenwich and Round Hill Club in Greenwich, Connecticut.
The Father-Son Open appropriately culminated in a final contested by members of both tournament host clubs,...
The fifteenth U.S. Century Doubles will have new names on the Open champions list as Mike Puertas & Nathan Dugan captured their maiden title, while Thomas Harrity added a third straight to his name and first in the 60+ division, April 8-10, in New York City.
Celebrating the notion that squash is a lifetime sport, the “Tournament of the Century” requires that the combined age of each team to be one hundred years or greater....
The 2022 U.S. Doubles Championships produced familiar champions as Suzie Pierrepont & Narelle Krizek won their first national title together since 2010--and third overall, while the men's trophy will have two new names in the form of Adam Bews & James Bamber who won their maiden title without dropping a game March 11-13, in Philadelphia.
The eighty-sixth edition of the National Doubles featured eighty-one teams competing competing across twelve divisions at the Arlen Specter US...