Amanda Sobhy Earns Sixth National Title; Douglas Claims First

World No. 5 Amanda Sobhy earned her sixth U.S. Women’s Championship title without dropping a game, while Andrew Douglas lifted the S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship trophy for the first time in his third final appearance Friday, April 28, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.

Douglas, who reached the finals in 2017 and 2018 as a junior and student at Penn, defeated his training partner and seven seed Spencer Lovejoy in a four-game final, and adds a new name to the S.L. Green Trophy. Sobhy lifted the Desai Family Cup without dropping a game for the second year in a row including a three-game final win against first-time finalist Olivia Fiechter. Sobhy matched Natalie Grainger’s record of six women’s national titles with her win.

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Amanda Sobhy Sets up World Championship Quarterfinal Against World No. 3

Team USA’s Amanda Sobhy will take on world No. 3 Hania El Hammamy at 8pm CT tonight, Monday May 8, in the PSA World Championships quarterfinals following a third round win over Egypt’s fourteen seed Salma Hany Saturday, May 6, at Chicago’s Union Station. Tickets are available on

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Green Honored with President's Cup Following Namesake U.S. Men's Championship

Stephen L. Green was honored with the President’s Cup, US Squash’s highest annual award, following the 2023 U.S. Women’s and S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship finals Friday, April 28, at the Specter Center. Green presented the newly crowned national champion Andrew Douglas with the iconic S.L. Green trophy, and was introduced by close friend Richard Chin.

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Delaware's First State Squash Opens New Facility

Last month, First State Squash opened its spectacular six-court facility. An array of Delaware politicians joined FSS board members, staff, parents, friends and team members to formally inaugurate the after-school youth enrichment program’s new home in Wilmington’s Riverfront District. Honored guests included Governor John Carney, Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer, state Senator Darius Brown, state Representatives Franklin Cooke, Sherry Dorsey Walker and Stephanie Bolden, and City Councilwoman Michelle Harlee.

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US Squash High Performance Athletes Celebrated During 'An Evening With Team USA'

The athletes of Team USA were honored during a reception and ceremony following the conclusion of the finals of the U.S. Women’s Championship and S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship Friday, April 28, at the Specter Center.

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U.S. Open to Celebrate Fiftieth Edition October 7-14

The U.S. Open Squash Championships presented by Truist will celebrate the tournament’s fiftieth staging when the world’s best squash players descend on Philadelphia this fall, October 7-14, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center on the campus of Drexel University. Mark your calendars now to witness one of the world’s most prestigious tournaments. Tickets will go on sale this summer.

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Stoker & White Win Second Straight Mixed Doubles Title

Philadelphia’s Georgina Stoker & John White fulfilled their top seeding to win their second consecutive U.S. Mixed Doubles Championship title together Sunday, April 30, at the Specter Center.

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Robertson Claims Two Junior Doubles Titles; Clifford & Trauber Celebrate First

Hollis Robertson earned his first U.S. Junior Doubles Championship titles in the BU19 and mixed U19 divisions with Nick Agger and Quincy Cline, respectively, while GU19 top seeds Emma Trauber & Eleanor Clifford claimed their maiden title Sunday, April 16, at the Specter Center.

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Outside the Glass Podcast: Steve Line

Steve Line tells the stories behind some of his most famous images, including Awad v. Jahangir in 1982, Jahangir in 1988 and Willstrop & Matthew in 2009.


US Squash Coach Certification Opportunities

US Squash is offering numerous coach certification opportunities in the coming months, available for all levels of teaching professionals and coaches. Learn more and see the full schedule of courses.


Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

The Inaugural US Squash Team Tournament was held alongside the U.S. Championships and Mixed Doubles Championships, April 28-30. 'The East Coast Racketeers' featuring Anton Briggs, Valentina Della-Maddalena, Vivek Nayar, Kevin Chen and Jaced Jahangir won the inaugural title.