Dodgers Co-Owner and World Championships Backer Invests in Global Pro Squash Media Property

The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has announced the largest-ever investment in international professional squash by the Sports, Media and Entertainment Group led by Mark Walter. The investment marks a significant moment for the professional game, which promises to directly impact the presentation and reach of the sport in the United States. Walter is the co-owner of the Los Angeles Dodgers and Chelsea Football Club, and has previously been instrumental to the success of professional squash through title sponsorship of events including the PSA World Squash Championships, making it squash’s first $1,000,000 prize money event in 2019 and repeating that support in 2021 and 2023.


“Mark Walter’s investment in the sport will accelerate the tour’s development and marketability, and provide a broader platform to showcase these amazing athletes beyond the core squash audience,” said Kevin Klipstein, president & CEO of US Squash. “We believe this presents a major opportunity for professional squash and to create broader awareness of the sport in the U.S.”

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Six Americans to End PSA Season in El Gouna

Six Americans will contest the 2023 El Gouna International Openthe 2022-2023 PSA season’s final Platinum eventMay 26-June 2 on the red sea coast of Egypt. Four men will be in first round action this Friday while Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Sabrina Sobhy enter the second round Saturday.

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Team USA Readies for Pan American Championships

The Pan Am Championships, held June 2-10 in Colombia, will feature individual, team and softball doubles competitions, which will determine qualification for the quadrennial Pan American Games in Santiago, Chile this fall.

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Junior HPP Squad Preps Team USA Ahead of International Competition

The nation’s top juniors convened for the first of three Junior High Performance Program training squads this weekend at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, May 19-21, as Team USA prepares for the upcoming 2023 World Junior Championships and Pan American Junior Championships.

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Specter Center Hosts Girls Inc. Health and Wellness Marathon

The Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey chapter of Girls Inc. hosted its Health and Wellness Marathon with more than 100 students in attendance Saturday, May 6 at the Specter Center. The students participated in a full day of squash alongside other wellness opportunities including yoga, kickboxing, martial arts, and dance workouts, taking full advantage of the space provided by all 20 Specter Center courts.

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Celebrating the Class of 2023: First Installment

Beginning in 2020, US Squash has celebrated the graduating senior class by publishing personal reflections from players on their junior squash careers, and what they look forward to in their next chapter in life and squash. This is the first installment for 2023 of this ongoing series.

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2022-2023 Scholar Athlete Applications Available

Applications for the 2022-2023 US Squash Scholar Athlete Award are now available, providing high school students the opportunity to be recognized for their academic and athletic accomplishments over the past year. The deadline for applications is July 31, 2023.

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Adult Squash Live Information Session:

May 31, 8pm ET

US Squash staff and chairs of the Masters, Women's and Doubles committees will host a Zoom session to discuss opportunities and planning for adult squash in the 2023-2024 season. Any interested adult players are encouraged to join the call!


US Squash Coach Certification Opportunities

Whether you are considering coaching for the first time, or have made a career of teaching squash, develop your skills through US Squash Coach Certification courses. Learn about upcoming opportunities to participate in courses held around the country, including a women’s-only Level 1 course June 23-25. Learn more and see the full schedule of courses.


Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

The 2023 World Juniors will feature the biennial World Junior Women's Team Championship. The U.S. squad trained together alongside their Pan American Juniors and U17 and U15 teammates as tournament preparation began, May 19-21.