Linda Robinson

New York, NY | Class 1 | Ends 2024 - Linda Robinson most recently served as Vice Chairman of BlackRock, Inc. and prior to then...

Albert G. (Sandy) Tierney III

Weston, MA | Class 1 | Ends 2024 - Sandy is Sandy is the Executive Managing Director of Meds and Eds at Newmark| McCall/Almy where...

BRIGITA ROEMER – Strength and Conditioning Coach

Brigita works daily with members of Team USA at the Specter Center to prepare them to excel on the international stage by implementing research supported and sports specific methods...

GREG BORN – Senior Technology Advisor

Greg has been with US Squash since 2015 and is responsible for implementing advanced technologies that enhance the player, coach, parent and spectator experiences...

Anil Nayar

Anil Nayar was the silky smooth breaker of many barriers. Growing up at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai, Nayar captured the 1965...

Carol Heffelfinger Thesieres

Growing up in Bethlehem, PA, Thesieres played intercollegiate tennis and badminton at Ursinus College. A protégé of Norm Bramall, Thesieres learned squash at Cynwyd...

Hall of Fame

Induction into the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame is the highest honor in the game of squash. The U.S. Squash Hall of Fame is open to distinguished players in all aspects of squash: hardball, softball, singles, doubles, men, women, professional and amateur, with some consideration due to performance in age-group competition (junior, intercollegiate and masters) but more weight given to performance in open competition. The Hall is also for individuals who have made extraordinary contributions off-court, both as coaches and/or administrators, to help the game to grow and flourish in America. Integrity and sportsmanship are considered in the selection of inductees. The basic criteria is whether the individual has had a major, positive impact and influence on the U.S. game. There is a five-year waiting period from the end of active open play before a player is considered, and generally, an inductee has been a citizen or resident of the U.S. during a substantial portion of their career. To nominate someone for the Hall of Fame, click here.

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Anil Nayar

Anil Nayar was the silky smooth breaker of many barriers. Growing up at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai, Nayar captured the 1965...

Carol Heffelfinger Thesieres

Growing up in Bethlehem, PA, Thesieres played intercollegiate tennis and badminton at Ursinus College. A protégé of Norm Bramall, Thesieres learned squash at Cynwyd...