Kent Wins Back-to-Back Justi Cups;

Greenwich Academy Augments Patterson Cup Streak With Seventh

Connecticut’s Kent School and Greenwich Academy successfully defended their high school national titles as Kent made it back-to-back Justi Cups and Greenwich Academy augmented its incredible record of seven straight Patterson Cups and fourteenth overall Sunday, February 26, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.

The 2023 U.S. High School Championships was the world’s largest squash tournament with a tournament-high 187 varsity squash teams fielding nearly 1,700 player across thirteen divisions at the Specter Center, Penn Squash Center, Drexel Kline & Specter Squash Center, Germantown Cricket Club and Springside Chestnut Hill. 20% of the teams attending the tournament35 in totalwere from public schools, more than double the number of public school teams that participated ten years prior in 2013.

View all results on the High School Nationals tournament page. Tournament photography is available on the US Squash Smugmug page.

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Specter Center Hosts National Collegiate Individuals and Doubles Championships

The Arlen Specter US Squash Center plays host to the 2023 National Collegiate Individual Squash Championships and U.S. Intercollegiate Doubles Championships this weekend, March 3-5. Follow live streaming of all matches throughout the weekend.

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Elite Eight: Harvard Women Upset Trinity to Win Eighth Straight Howe Cup

Harvard University won the 2023 Howe Cup (National Collegiate Women’s Team Championship) by a 5-4 score over top-seeded Trinity College Sunday, February 19, at the Penn Squash Center in Philadelphia. The title is Harvard’s eighth national championship in a row.

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Top-Seeded Harvard Men Edge Six Seed Trinity to Win Fourth Straight Potter Cup

The Harvard University men’s squash team earned a close, hard fought victory over Trinity College in the final of the 2023 National Collegiate Men’s Team Championship held at Trinity Sunday, February 26. The championship is Harvard’s fourth Potter Cup title in a row.

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Harlem's Thurgood Marshall Academy Becomes First School to Send All-Black Team to High School Nationals

Harlem’s Thurgood Marshall Academy became the first school to send an all-Black team to compete in the U.S. High School Championships—a historic milestone in U.S. squash history. The TMA team's journey has garnered media coverage from several national outlets.

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Philadelphia Public League Celebrates Inaugural Squash Season

The Philadelphia Public League (PPL) marked the end of its inaugural squash season with its culminating individual and team championships, February 21-23, at the Specter Center. US Squash, SquashSmarts and the Philadelphia School District partnered to introduce squash into the PPL’s roster of sports with the Specter Center and SquashSmarts Lenfest Center serving as the homes for practice and and match play over the last two months.

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April 28-30: U.S. Team Squash Tournament

With adult squash back in full swing this season after some quieter years during the pandemic, there is no better way to celebrate than a weekend competing as a team surrounded by fun social events at the beautiful Arlen Specter US Squash Center, the newly-opened home of the U.S. squash community. Whether you make your team up of friends, family, league teammates, coworkers, or alumni from your school, the U.S. Team Tournament weekend is sure to be a highlight of your season!


Green to Receive President's Cup Honor During 'An Evening With Team USA' Celebration

On Friday, April 28 Stephen L. Green will be honored at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia with the President’s Cup, US Squash’s highest annual award. The ceremony and reception will take place after the finals of the S.L. Green U.S. Men’s Championship and U.S. Women’s Championship beginning at 5:00pm. Register for this special event here.

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This April: Attend the U.S. Championships and 'A Night With Team USA'

After the finals of the U.S. Women's and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championships, join Team USA, friends, and family as we celebrate the accomplishments of the athletes this season in the second annual edition of An Evening with Team USA.


Bring a Buddy on International Women's Day, March 8

In honor of International Women’s Day on Wednesday, March 8, 2023, US Squash encourages women and girls across the squash community to "Bring a Buddy” to try squash for the first time. Through being introduced to the sport by a friend, new players will have the opportunity to experience the best aspects of squash—a fun, social, and healthy activity that builds strong relationships while enhancing well-being.


Tickets on Sale for 2022-23 PSA World Championships

Tickets for the 2022-23 PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family are on sale now, with the PSA World Tour’s most prestigious event returning to Chicago between May 3-11, 2023.


Fiechter and Blatchford Clyne Headline Inaugural Chestnut Hill Classic

Team USA’s world No. 10 and world No. 15 Olivia Fiechter and Olivia Blatchford Clyne headline the inaugural Chestnut Hill Classic as the two and three seeds, respectively, March 2-6, at the Philadelphia Cricket Club.

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Crouin and Gilis Claim Squash on Fire Open Titles

Belgium’s Tinne Gilis and France’s Victor Crouin have won the Squash On Fire Open titles after beating Egypt’s Amina Orfi and Mohamed ElSherbini respectively to lift the PSA World Tour Bronze level crowns Sunday, February 26, in Washington, DC.

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Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

The 2023 U.S. High School Championships was the largest squash tournament in the world with 187 varsity squash teams competition. Of the 187 teams, only two emerged as national champions, including Greenwich Academy's unprecedented fourteenth Patterson Cup in sixteen attempts.