Team USA Targets Best Finish at Men's World Team Championship

Team USA is seeded to record its best ever finish of fifth place at the biennial Men’s World Team Championship, as the U.S. Men’s National Team prepares to face the world’s best, December 11-17, in Tauranga, New Zealand.

“This is a very capable group of players eager to make their mark on the world’s biggest stage,” said Ong Beng Hee, the Ganek Family US Squash Head National Coach. “All four players will be called upon when needed and I have no doubt they will rise to the occasion. We are positioned well and if we play to our full potential can make history for Team USA.”

Team USA opens up their tournament Monday night, December 11, at 10pm EST against Czechia. Live stream the match on Devoy Squash Center Court 1 on

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Sobhy Ruptures Achilles in Hong Kong Open Final

Seven years after rupturing her left achilles in a PSA final, Team USA’s Amanda Sobhy sustained another devastating injury set backa rupture of her right achillesin the final of the TTI Milwaukee Hong Kong Open Sunday, December 3.

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1,000 Players to Contest Largest Ever U.S. Junior Open

1,019 players representing thirty-five nations will contest the largest ever edition of the world’s largest individual squash tournamentthe U.S. Junior Squash ChampionshipsDecember 16-19 in Philadelphia.

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Give the Gift of Squash This Holiday Season

Still in need of gift ideas this holiday season? Explore the full range of US Squash, Team USA Squash and Specter Center apparel for the squash fan in your life.


San Francisco Lifts First Howe Cup in Four Years

The Howe Cup will return to San Francisco for just the second time in the eighty-nine-year history of the U.S. Women’s Team Championships as the Olympic Club-based team edged two New York City teams in the final playoffs Sunday, November 12. 300 women competed in the Howe Cup, while ninety-eight pairings competed in the MPB Doubles.

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US Squash Expands Coaching Education

Resources With Educational Modules

US Squash has introduced coaching education modules to supplement its core Coach Pass Program. The modules will serve as valuable resources aimed at supporting and professionalizing coaching across all levels from grassroots to nationally-ranked play. The first module, The Female Athlete, has been created specifically to help coaches understand how to coach women and girls in squash. 

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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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Sportsmanship and Conduct Report

Following the October 1 season-opening update that announced US Squash’s new Sportsmanship & Character landing page, US Squash has experienced an encouraging uptick in the number of conduct reports received compared with the same period last year.

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College Squash Week Five Recap

Week 5 held many matches and several teams closed out competition for the semester. On the women’s side we saw F&M take down Wesleyan in Gavin Jones’ 100th win as F&M Women’s Head Squash Coach. The Columbia men looked to repay Drexel after the 9-0 shutout last season. Through several close games, Columbia fought to secure the 5-4 win on their home courts. 

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College Squash National Championships Introduce New Format in 2024

The CSA is rolling out a novel format for its Team Championships this season. For the first time, men's and women's teams will be competing in alongside each other across two distinct events. First, the CSA Divisional Team Championships will take place from February 15-18, 2024, and will feature men's and women's teams that are ranked 13th and below. The season will then culminate at the CSA National Collegiate Team Championships, from February 29 to March 3, where the top 12-ranked men's and women's teams will contend for the Potter Cup and the Howe Cup, respectively.

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CSA Releases Job Description for Executive Director

The CSA’s Board of Managers is thrilled to announce the launch of its search for the organization’s next Executive Director. In collaboration with an experienced Search Committee, the Board seeks a dynamic leader to drive college squash’s long-term growth and success.

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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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'Zero Clue': Coco Gauff Trades Tennis for Squash

Women’s U.S. Open tennis champion Coco Gauff recently traded her sport for squash as her off season preparations went between four walls recently with Wael El Hindi in Florida.

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Outside the Glass Podcast: Sam Fraidin

Dave Talbott, Mark Talbott, Guy Cipriano and Sam Fraidin himself tell the true story behind one of the game’s most notorious practical jokes.


Ferreira & Callis Capture Sleepy Hollow Open

Mike Ferreira & Chris Callis defeated the top two seeds on their way to claiming the 2023 Sleepy Hollow Open Title.

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Final Goes Down to the Wire at Westchester Country Club

Suzie Pierrepoint & Georgina Stoker defeated Elani & Lume Landman 12-10 in the fifth game in a dramatic finish in Westchester.

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Views from the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

Philadelphia Public League students were all smiles as they returned to the Specter Center for practice in recent weeks with the start of the 2023-2024 season.