The 2021-2022 college squash season ended with a Crimson flourish over the past two weeks as Harvard continued to collect accolades.

The Harvard women emphatically clinched their seventh consecutive Howe Cup with an 8-1 home court win over Drexel, who celebrated the program's first appearance in a Howe Cup final Sunday, February 27.

The subsequent Collegiate National Individual Championship finals featured three top-twenty-five-professionally-ranked finalists, March 4-6. Sivasangari Subramaniam became Cornell's first individual national champion in program history defeating Harvard's Hana Moataz, while Harvard's Victor Crouin won his second title in a dramatic five-game final against Princeton's Youssef Ibrahim.

The largest Intercollegiate Doubles featuring sixty-three teams was held alongside the individual championships at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center. Brown and UVA won their first doubles national titles in program history, while Yale lifted its first Butcher-Ball Cup since 2005.

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The U.S. Doubles Championships returns to the sport’s birthplace, Philadelphia, this weekend, March 11-13, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, Cynwyd Club and Germantown Cricket Club. Follow live streaming and scores from all six courts throughout the weekend on

The 2022 U.S. High School Championships—the world’s largest squash tournament—culminated with two dramatic 4-3 finals as the Kent School dethroned three-time defending champions Brunswick to earn the program’s first boys national title, while Greenwich Academy edged Baldwin to extend their national title streak to six Sunday, February 28, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.
Olivia Fiechter and Amanda Sobhy achieved a historic milestone for Team USA by becoming the first two Americans ever ranked in the top ten together as Fiechter joined world No. 4 Sobhy as world No. 10 in March’s PSA World Tour rankings.

The T Squash Academy in Cincinnati, Ohio–a five-court facility founded in 2014–has become the tenth US Squash Community Affiliate. The T—in collaboration with local SEA program the Cincinnati Squash Academy—will expand its goals of increasing access to squash across the socio-economic spectrum while fostering the resulting community of juniors, parents and adult players for a sustainable future.

Long-time Brunswick Coach Jim Stephens was honored during a special ribbon cutting ceremony of the Scholastic Squash Exhibit, during the 2022 U.S. High School Championships Saturday, February 26, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center.

Gail Ramsay, who has spent the last twenty-eight seasons as the Princeton women's head coach, the is one of the most decorated people in American squash history. In 1995 she was inducted into the College Squash Association Hall of Fame and in 2017 was awarded the Achievement Bowl, US Squash’s oldest annual award.

US Squash celebrated International Women’s Day with twenty-six locations in ten states hosting ‘Bring a Buddy’ day with the goal of introducing more women and girls to the sport Tuesday, March 8.

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A junior at Drexel and All American squash player, Alina Bushma talks about how the Russian invasion of Ukraine has affected her and her family.

First-time partners Scott Arnold & James Stout enjoyed immediate success in their first event together, pulling off two dramatic semifinal and final comebacks to win the David C. Johnson, Jr. Memorial Sunday, March 6, at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn.

Registration for US Squash coaching certification courses are now available. Sessions including a course in Florham Park, New Jersey, May 6-8, and a course in Harrison, New York, June 3-5.

Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center
The division one High School Nationals finals came down to the wire on both ends of the Specter Center and were a testament to team squash with the boys final (pictured) decided by the No. 1’s, and the girls final decided by the No. 7’s.