Women’s Squash allows for lifelong, positive engagement and provides opportunities for all levels both on and off the court. Women’s programming is growing in all regions and with growth comes opportunity for players of all ages and abilities to start playing or otherwise participate at hundreds of facilities across the United States.  An active lifestyle is important for general health, and participating in organized sport, such as squash, is proven to have many long lasting, positive benefits on the all-around wellness of a person The women’s squash community also serves as a way to meet, and connect with new people creating many friendship and great memories.

 

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Georgetown Becomes Thirty-Second Varsity Women’s College Squash Program

Georgetown University Director of Athletics Lee Reed announced that the University has added women's squash as its newest varsity program for the 2020-2021 season, becoming college squash's thirty-second varsity women's program in the country Wednesday, January 29. Squash has been at Georgetown since 2007 and will bring the University's number of non-NCAA varsity sports total to four. The current women’s squash program is the third ranked club team in the country, and ranked No. 31...

San Francisco Bay Area Wins First Howe Cup

Report courtesy of Matt Lombardi The vitality of U.S. women’s squash was on full display this past weekend at the Seattle Athletic Club, where 220 players from around the country, comprising 44 teams in four skill-level divisions, did battle in the eighty-sixth rendition of the Howe Cup—the event formally known as the U.S. Women’s Team Championships. View all results here and tournament photography here. The tone of the tournament was set in an opening-round Division C match...

Seattle Welcomes Largest West Coast Howe Cup

Seattle is set to host the largest U.S. Women's Team Squash Championships--better known as the Howe Cup--ever to take place on the west coast with a record forty-four teams, November 15-17, at the Seattle Athletic Club. Seattle last hosted the Howe Cup in 2012, and has nearly doubled the number of participating teams this year with two hundred and twenty women set to compete on teams of five across four divisions. The forty-four teams are...

Women’s Squash Week Celebrates Values Central to the Sport

The eighth annual Women’s Squash Week engaged more than 1,000 players worldwide and celebrated values central to the sport, September 23-29. This year’s event focused on five themes that embody Women’s Squash Week and why women enjoy playing squash: empowering, sociable, fun, inclusive and lifelong. These themes reflect the squash community at all levels and can inspire more women and girls to start their squash journey or take their squash to another level. In the United...

Pierce and Lamoureux Sisters Honored at U.S. Open

The sixth-annual Women in Sports Day at the 2019 FS Investments U.S. Open, presented by Comcast NBCUniversal, was highlighted with a special court-side reception before the evening’s matches. Co-chaired by Ashley Bernhard and Katherine Joyce, Women in Sports Day honors the achievements of women squash leaders and promotes equality and opportunity. Kevin Klipstein, the president and CEO of US Squash, welcomed the many guests to the reception. He noted that the Women’s Squash Committee had...

Millman Presented Feron’s Wedgwood Sportsmanship Trophy

US Squash awarded the 2019 Feron’s Wedgwood Sportsmanship Trophy to Pat Millman during Character in Sports Day at the FS Investments U.S. Open Tuesday, October 8. Kim Clearkin, US Squash’s vice-president of programs and events, presented the award. “Sports not only build character, but they also reveal character,” Clearkin said. “I have heard it said many times that in order to find out who a person really is or what they are like, play a...