Philadelphia Hosts CSA Women's Team and Club Team Championships

The 2023 National Collegiate Women's Team Championships, and National Collegiate Men's/Co-Ed and Women's Club Team Championships are underway this weekend, February 17-19, at the Penn Squash Center and Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.

After winning six consecutive Howe Cups, the Harvard women enter the Howe Cup draw as the two seeds, while as the Trinity women lead the draw as Howe Cup favorites. The Bantams carry an undefeated record into the championships looking for their first Howe Cup title since 2014. 

Follow live streaming from all courts at Penn and the Specter Center throughout the weekend on the CSA Live championships pages.

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Fiechter Hits Career Milestone With Largest PSA Title in Detroit

Team USA’s Olivia Fiechter defeated England’s world No. 10 Georgina Kennedy to lift the biggest title of her career at the $82,500 Detroit Athletic Club Pro Classic Sunday, February 12, in Michigan.

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Blatchford Clyne Surges up World Rankings With Two Career High Final Appearances

Team USA’s Olivia Blatchford Clyne completed one of the most successful spells of her career with fourteen matches in sixteen days, and making two of her biggest PSA final appearances at the $75,000 Cleveland Classic and Bahl & Gaynor Cincinnati Gaynor Cup.

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Don Mills Honored with W. Stewart Brauns, Jr. Award in Cincinnati

US Squash presented Donald Mills the W. Stewart Brauns, Jr. Award—one of the organization’s highest honors—in a ceremony during the 2023 Bahl and Gaynor Cincinnati Gaynor Cup Squash Championship. More than a hundred people were present, including seventeen members of the Mills family.

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North Atlanta Schools and Houston Squash Club Earn Top Honors at National Interscholastics

The North Atlanta High Schools team won its first National Interscholastic title in the Boys' Division I, while the Houston Squash Club team successfully defended its Girls' Division I title Sunday, February 5, at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center in Philadelphia.

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StreetSquash and CitySquash Claim Top Titles at SEA Team Nationals

Harlem’s StreetSquash earned the program’s seventh high school boys title, while the Bronx’s CitySquash successfully defended their high school girls title at the Squash & Education Alliance Team Nationals, February 10-12, at the Specter Center.

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SDA World No. 1 Mathur Announces Retirement Ahead of Johnson Memorial

Manek Mathur, one of the most dominant and influential professional doubles players of the past decade, has announced his retirement from the Squash Doubles Association Pro Tour. New York City-based Mathur will bow out at the top of the world rankings and make his final appearance at the historic David C. Johnson, Jr. Memorial, February 21-26, at the Heights Casino in Brooklyn.

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National Doubles Registration Deadline Approaching

The registration deadline for the 2023 U.S. Squash Doubles Championships is quickly approaching! The event will be held in Philadelphia, March 10-12 hosted by the Germantown Cricket Club and supported by the Arlen Specter US Squash Center and other facilities across Philadelphia's strong doubles community.


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.


Gohar Retains Cincinnati Gaynor Cup Title

World No.1 Nouran Gohar has retained her Bahl and Gaynor Cincinnati Gaynor Cup title after the Egyptian overcame unseeded American Olivia Clyne at the Cincinnati Country Club to lift the 20th PSA title of her career.

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First-Time Partners Martino & Russell Capture Pittsburgh Challenger Title

Kyle Martino & John Russell enjoyed immediate success in their first event together, pulling off an almost perfect run to win the Pittsburgh Challenger, January 27-29, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

More than 450 players representing 22 programs from across the country competed in the nineteenth staging of the SEA Team Nationals across seven high school and middle school divisions.