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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Philadelphia Win Eighty-Seventh Howe Cup on Home Turf

Philadelphia's "International Love" won the eighty-seventh Women's Howe Cup National Championships at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia Sunday, November 14. The Howe Cup featured more than 175 women competing on five-player teams in four divisions, and was held alongside the MPB Doubles and Philly Pro Doubles with a professional draw and four amateur draws. View all Howe Cup results here, all MPB Doubles results here and tournament photography here. The unique format of the...

160 Women to Contest Eighty-Seventh Howe Cup

160 women will contest the 2021 U.S. Women's Team Championships--better known as the Howe Cup--November 12-14, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia. The first Howe Cup since the 2019 edition in Seattle will feature thirty-six teams of five players across four divisions. The Specter Center's first Howe Cup will also feature the MPB Doubles Championships with twenty-seven teams competing across four divisions. The Howe Cup, the United States’ largest squash event for women,...

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...

US Squash Celebrates International Women’s Day 2021

US Squash joins the world and global squash community in celebrating International Women’s Day 2021, March 8, a day celebrating the social, cultural, and political achievements of women, and a call to action for accelerating women’s equality. The theme of #IWD2021 is ‘choose to challenge’: We can all choose to challenge and call out gender bias and inequality. We can choose to seek out and celebrate women’s achievements. Collectively, we can all help create an inclusive...

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...