US Squash to Host Monthly Community Squash Info Sessions

US Squash will host monthly virtual information sessions on the Community Initiative and the momentum building around community squash nationally. All members of the...

2020-2021 Scholar Athlete Award Criteria Released

US Squash has announced the eligibility criteria for the 2020-2021 Scholar Athlete Award. The US Squash Scholar Athlete program recognizes the hard work and...

US Squash Hosts Community Squash Town Hall

US Squash hosted a virtual town hall on December 16 to highlight recent developments in community squash. Leaders from organizations across the country and...

2020-2021 Scholar Athlete Award Criteria Released

US Squash has announced the eligibility criteria for the 2020-2021 Scholar Athlete Award. The US Squash Scholar Athlete program recognizes the hard work and...

US Squash Hosts Virtual Junior Squash Forum

US Squash hosted a virtual forum for the junior squash community Tuesday, December 1. The session featured updates regarding the current state of play and...

Outside the Glass: Head-Butt

From Squash MagazineThis month’s episode of Outside The Glass, the squash podcast, is about photographs of a particular encounter, during the first round of...

Book Review: Lucky, Anil Nayar’s Story

From Squash MagazineLucky: Anil Nayar’s Story—A Portrait of a Legendary Squash Champion By Jean Nayar (New York: Five Rivers Press, 2020). By James Zug Lucky is the biography...

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Sobhy Sisters and Blatchford Clyne Secure Historic Top 20 Rankings

From Team USAFor the first time in PSA World Tour history, three Americans are ranked in world’s top twenty as Sabrina Sobhy, now world...

Amanda Sobhy Upsets World No. 1 El Sherbini to Reach Black Ball Semis

From Team USATeam USA’s Amanda Sobhy came back from 2-1 down to pull off a five-game upset over reigning world No. 1 Nour El...

American Trio Moves on to Black Ball Open Second Round

From Team USATeam USA’s Olivia Blatchford Clyne, Amanda Sobhy and Sabrina Sobhy all recorded first-round wins at the PSA Gold Black Ball Open Monday,...

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...

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...

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...

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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...

Specter Center Court Installation Underway

The Arlen Specter US Squash Center on the campus of Drexel Universtiy in Philadelphia continues its rapid construction as court wall installation progresses at...

Specter Center Construction Progresses Towards 2020 Completion

Construction on the Arlen Specter US Squash Center remains on track for completion in December of 2020. The Specter Center, located on the campus...