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  • Asal Becomes Youngest U.S. Open Champion; Gohar Claims Back-to-Back Titles
    by U.S. Pro Series on December 23, 2021 at 3:02 pm

    l-r: Drexel President John Fry, US Squash Board Chair Soo Venkatesan, Hania El Hammamy, Nouran Gohar, Mostafa Asal, Tarek Momen, Truist Regional President, Delaware Valley, Travis Manning Egypt’s Mostafa Asal became the youngest champion at twenty years old while Nouran Gohar became just the second back-to-back women’s champion at the U.S. Open Squash Championships presented … Continue reading Asal Becomes Youngest U.S. Open Champion; Gohar Claims Back-to-Back Titles →

  • Motor City Open: Europeans Go 5-0; American Trio Bow Out
    by U.S. Pro Series on February 6, 2020 at 8:47 pm

    By Matt Schoch, The Motor City Open It was an opening day to remember for the French and English Wednesday as they dominated Round One of The Motor City Open presented by Sturbridge Capital. Seven of the last 10 champions in the 21st annual Birmingham Athletic Club event have come from Egypt, but Europeans went … Continue reading Motor City Open: Europeans Go 5-0; American Trio Bow Out →

  • Elias and Abouelghar Headline Largest Motor City Open
    by U.S. Pro Series on February 5, 2020 at 8:39 pm

    The Motor City Open celebrates its twenty-first year with record prize money of $76,000 as four of the world’s top ten players aim for the PSA Silver title, February 5-9, at the Birmingham Athletic Club in Detroit, Michigan. Follow Motor City Open live streaming and scores throughout the weekend on usprosquashseries.com/live. Egypt’s Mohamed Abouelghar returns … Continue reading Elias and Abouelghar Headline Largest Motor City Open →

  • Fiechter Claims Second and Largest PSA Title in Philadelphia
    by U.S. Pro Series on February 4, 2020 at 8:38 pm

    Team USA’s Olivia Fiechter claimed her second and largest career PSA World Tour title–the $12,000 EM Noll Classic–Sunday, February 2, at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia. The world No. 36 entered the draw as the top seed, and progressed to the final with three, 3-0 victories, all of which were recorded in thirty minutes or … Continue reading Fiechter Claims Second and Largest PSA Title in Philadelphia →

  • El Tayeb Defends Cleveland Classic Crown
    by U.S. Pro Series on February 3, 2020 at 8:33 pm

    Egypt’s World No.5 Nour El Tayeb successfully retained her Cleveland Classic title after she defeated England’s World No. 7 Sarah-Jane Perry in the final of the PSA World Tour Bronze event Monday, February 3, at the Cleveland Racquet Club in Ohio. The win marks El Tayeb’s second title of the season after lifting the China … Continue reading El Tayeb Defends Cleveland Classic Crown →

  • The Apawamis Club Seeks Full-Time Squash Professional
    by Chris McClintick on April 22, 2024 at 6:17 pm

    Full-Time Squash Professional The Apawamis Club Location: Rye, New York JOB SUMMARY The Apawamis Club, founded in 1890, is a private country club located in Rye, New York. Along with indoor and outdoor dining it boasts an 18 hole golf course, 7 tennis courts, 3 paddle courts, swimming pools and world class squash facilities consisting of 

  • US Squash and National Squash League Form Strategic Partnership Ahead of Inaugural Season
    by Chris McClintick on April 19, 2024 at 8:32 pm

    US Squash, the national governing body for the sport of squash in the United States, and the National Squash League (NSL), a new team and city-based league similar to other major league sports in the United States, have formed a strategic partnership to grow the sport of squash in the United States. The partnership will

  • SQUASHTIGERS Seeking Full-Time Squash Professional
    by Chris McClintick on April 18, 2024 at 8:50 pm

    FULL-TIME SQUASH PROFESSIONAL SQUASHTIGERS THE ORGANIZATION SQUASHTIGERS was founded with the objective of being thelargest and the most successful junior squash academy in the United States. We started in 2022 with a seven court facility in Princeton, NJ which has rapidly grown to being a hub of junior squash excellence. We offer competition-based training for children

  • Springside Chestnut Hill Academy Seeks Squash Program Director
    by Chris McClintick on April 18, 2024 at 8:04 pm

    SQUASH PROGRAM DIRECTOR/VARSITY HEAD COACH Springside Chestnut Hill Academy JOB SUMMARY SCH Academy is seeking a Squash Program Director & Varsity Head Coach for the Upper and Middle Schools. Reporting to the Athletic Director, the Program Director will collaborate with all team stakeholders including the AD, Director of Auxiliary and Special Programs, school administrators, athletes,

  • The Creek Seeks Director of Squash/Head Squash Professional
    by Chris McClintick on April 18, 2024 at 7:43 pm

    Join The Creek: A Legacy of Excellence on the Long Island Director of Squash/Head Squash Professional Location: Locust Valley, NY ABOUT THE CREEK Established in 1923 and nestled along the scenic Long Island Sound, The Creek is one of the nation’s premier private country clubs. Our mission, “Special Every Day, Better Every Day,” is driven

  • 2023 Milestones
    by Chris McClintick on February 1, 2024 at 6:18 pm

    by James Zug Deaths Eric C. Fast Eric Fast died in July at the age of seventy-four. He served on the board of US Squash from 2004-2010 and later the founding chair of the board of the College Squash Association. He was awarded the President’s Cup in 2010. Purdy C. Jordan Purdy Jordan died in November at the age of ninety-four. Born in Illinois, Jordan spent much of his life in Mexico. He was an avid, well-traveled squash player into his nineties. In 1990 he helped start the Copa Wadsworth (the annual U.S. v. Mexico match) which he oversaw for more than thirty years. Alexander B. Martin Sandy Martin died in November at the age of seventy-seven. He was an … The post 2023 Milestones appeared first on Squash Magazine.

  • Community Perspectives: How the Athletic Club of Columbus Developed an 80-Player Women’s League
    by Chris McClintick on January 30, 2024 at 11:20 pm

    I Love You, But I Wanna Win! How the Athletic Club of Columbus, Ohio, built an eighty-woman squash league in two years! By Karen Arango The Athletic Club of Columbus is different from most other clubs that offer squash. With the building being over a century old, weight-bearing pillars throughout the building constrict the club’s four squash courts to a very nonstandard size – 32’ long by 16’ wide (vs regulation courts at 21’ wide). The size of the courts force the game to become a battle of the lob and most players just play through lets.  As a result, the Club has never developed an elite-focused program; instead, over the past century and especially the past thirty years, volunteer … The post Community Perspectives: How the Athletic Club of Columbus Developed an 80-Player Women’s League appeared first on Squash Magazine.

  • Outside the Glass Podcast: Nathan Clarke
    by Chris McClintick on October 30, 2023 at 3:14 am

    Outside The Glass · Ep.95 Nathan Clarke … The post Outside the Glass Podcast: Nathan Clarke appeared first on Squash Magazine.

  • Squash—A Game for the Ages
    by Chris McClintick on October 30, 2023 at 1:14 am

    Editor’s Note: While writing this article and as a result of what happened in the course of his match with twelve-year-old Milo Miller, Dan was diagnosed with both Early-Stage Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s (Lewy Body Syndrome). In his closing paragraphs, he discusses what this has meant for him and how continuing to play squash is one of the best things anyone can do to slow the progress of both diseases. by Dan Hogan What do you have when you pit Milo Miller, a fast rising twelve-year-old, against a declining, soon-to-be eighty-year-old, Dan Hogan, in an early round of the 3.5 division of the 2023 Massachusetts Squash Championships? For one thing, a sixty-seven-year age gap. This possibly was the biggest age difference … The post Squash—A Game for the Ages appeared first on Squash Magazine.

  • Book Review: Western Lane
    by Chris McClintick on July 3, 2023 at 6:55 pm

    Western Lane By Chetna Maroo (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 2023) by James Zug Chetna Maroo’s debut novel—short and tight, at 150-pages it is really a novella—is set in the 1980s in Luton, a town north of London, and revolves around a Gujarati Indian immigrant family. The mother has just died, and the father gives his three adolescent daughters squash as an outlet or escape for their grief. The youngest of the daughters, Gopi, takes to the game and her outings at their slightly rundown local club, called Western Lane, turn into daily training sessions that last for three or four hours. The narrative clings to a cliched trope: an upcoming junior tournament where Gopi predictably triumphs. Despite the formulaic story, … The post Book Review: Western Lane appeared first on Squash Magazine.

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