Organize A Squash Program or Event

From hosting tournaments for juniors to organizing leagues and club events for adults the opportunities to get players active are endless. Tournament Directors, League Administrators, and Club Professionals can find helpful resources below to more efficiently manage organized play within their club, league, or district.

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US Squash to Launch Youth Squash Program with City of Los Angeles

12-week program for 8–11 year-olds will kick off Saturday with instructor training program Los Angeles (September 16) – US Squash, the national governing body of the sport, announced today the launch of an outdoor pilot program for Los Angeles youth ages 8-11 years old. The program, being run in collaboration with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and SoCal Squash, the regional district affiliate of US Squash, will be held...

Women’s Squash Week Returns September 19-26

WSW Toolkit Women's Squash Week--the international movement focused on increasing women's squash participation--returns in 2021, September 19-26. The 2021 Women's Squash Week campaign is focused on re-engaging women in squash activities following the many challenges of lockdowns and restrictions. Why not get back onto court and organize a social tournament, a beginner’s event, or a coaching workshop? Women’s Squash Week not only brought players out in droves to local events, but it has helped spawn more participation...

Newport County YMCA Joins US Squash Community Affilliate Network

US Squash has announced the Newport County YMCA (NCYMCA) in Rhode Island, as the sixth facility to be accredited as an official US Squash Community Affiliate. In one of the most intentional investments by a YMCA into squash courts and related youth and adult programming, the Newport County YMCA (NCYMCA) has merged with RhodySquash, an organization serving local youth, welcoming it into the NCYMCA family. The NCYMCA will break ground on a 20,000 square foot...

Community Affiliate Highlight: Converting Courts to Classrooms at ACS

Shortly after its grand opening in January 2020, Atlanta Community Squash (ACS)—which over a year ago was the first facility to join the US Squash Community Affiliate Network—was forced to adapt during the pandemic to serve the squash community’s health and academic well-being by implementing an innovative squash and learning pod structure to safely provide their members and students with a vital outlet.   The vision of ACS was to build vibrant community membership centered around A+ squash, an afterschool program focused on academics, athletics and achievements. The ACS...

US Squash Recognizes Urban Squash Cleveland as Fourth Community Affiliate

US Squash has recognized Urban Squash Cleveland as the fourth facility--and the first in the Midwest--to be accredited as an official US Squash Community Affiliate. As a Community Affiliate, Urban Squash Cleveland joins Portland Community Squash in Maine, Atlanta Community Squash, Access Youth Academy in San Diego and the soon-to-be-opened Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. Founded by Michael Shaughnessy, Jack Herrick and Jack Turben in 2012, Urban Squash Cleveland spent the first six years...

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 squash community interested in learning more about these programs, including how facilities can become a part of the Community Affiliate Network, are welcome to join the virtual meeting. The sessions will be moderated by Barrett Takesian, US Squash Senior Advisor for Community Programs. Calls will be held the third Friday of...