Fouts and Srivastava Headline Historic U.S. Title Haul at U.S. Junior Open

The world’s largest individual squash tournamentthe 2023 U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships–culminated with Team USA recording a tournamenthigh six titles headlined by both U19 titles courtesy of Caroline Fouts and Rishi Srivastava Tuesday, December 19, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.

The 2023 U.S. Junior Open fielded 1,019 players representing forty-five nations. Fouts and Srivastava are the first Americans to win the U19 titles alongside each other since Timmy Brownell and Reeham Sedky in 2014.

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Team USA Match Best Men's Team Championship Finish of Sixth Place

Team USA matched its best finish of sixth place at the biennial WSF Men’s World Team Championship, December 17, in Taraunga, New Zealand. Team USA produced notable wins over New Zealand and Scotland, but fell short in close match ups against Switzerland and Wales.

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All Squash is Local: Former US Squash CMO Wilkens to Launch Community Squash Program

Dent Wilkens, who served most recently as US Squash’s Chief Marketing Officer, left the organization this summer after 15 years of service to the sport. Wilkens accepted the Executive Director role at the newly formed Rochester Community Squash (RCS) with the goal of building a new broadly accessible squash facility in the upstate New York area.

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Team USA Prepared to Face World's Best at British Junior Open

Fifty-four players are set to represent Team USA against the world’s best juniors at the 2024 British Junior Open, January 3-7, in Birmingham. The 2024 BJO marks Team USA’s tenth annual trip to England as a team. The U.S. is positioned for another strong performance with seven U.S. Junior Open champions and finalists earning a seeded position in the BJO draws.

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Amanda Sobhy and Mohamed ElShorbagy Join PSA Board

Team USA’s Amanda Sobhy and England’s Mohamed ElShorbagy have joined the PSA’s Board of Directors, which were officially confirmed at the association’s annual AGM on Tuesday December 19.

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Marina Stefanoni Wins Biggest PSA Title in DC

Team USA’s Marina Stefanoni claimed the biggest PSA Tour title of her career, beating Torrie Malik 3-0 to win The St. James Open presented by Argent Bridge Advisors. The 21-year-oldcurrently in her senior year at Harvardwas playing her first Tour event since the U.S. Open in October, but capped an impressive week by beating Malik in just 25 minutes to clinch her first 15k crown.

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CSA Updates Team Rankings to Close First Half of 23-24 Season

The first half of the 2023-2024 College Squash Association (CSA) season has reached its conclusion, highlighted by the release of the final rankings update of 2023. The opening six weeks of the collegiate squash season were filled with intense and thrilling matches, leading to several significant shifts in the rankings.

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CSA Player Spotlight: The Inspiring Comeback of Tighe Mullarkey, U.S. Naval Academy

Tighe Mullarkey’s journey and recovery is nothing short of remarkable. Overcoming immense physical and mental challenges, he not only returned to the U.S. Naval Academy but also reclaimed his place on the varsity squash team. 

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ToC Women's Leadership Program to Honor Gail Ramsay

The 11th Annual ToC Women’s Leadership Award & Luncheon is proudly honoring Gail Ramsay, the celebrated coach of Princeton Women’s Squash team and College Squash Association Hall of Fame honoree. Join us on Thursday, January 18, 2024, for this prestigious event where all proceeds will support the College Squash Association.

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Squash to Feature at Major RacquetX Event in Miami after Olympic Inclusion

Squash will be among the attractions in March at the first ever RacquetX - a spectacular multi racket sports conference at the gigantic Miami Beach Convention Center. RacquetX will bring together brands, leaders, experts, players and fans from tennis, pickleball, padel, squash, table tennis and more for what organizers are calling a world-class festival.

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Registration Open for 2024 Pan Am Masters Games in Cleveland

Registration for the 2024 Pan American Masters Games–held in Cleveland next summer, July 11-21–is now available. The squash competition will be held at the Cleveland Racquet Club and will be open to players of all abilities. Players should sign up through the official tournament registration page here. For more tournament information, visit

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Diamond State Open Victory Boosts Bamber to SDA World No. 1

The biggest event of the 2023/24 SDA season so far ended in dramatic fashion as Jim Bamber and Sam Khalifa defeated top seeds, James Stout and Scott Arnold.

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Squash House Kicks Off SDA Challenger Series

Former Trinity College team mates, Chris Binnie and Elroy Leong won the first challenger event of the season in Cos Cob, CT.

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Views from the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

The 2023 U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships was officially the largest individual squash tournament in the world with 1,019 players representing forty-five nations.