Team USA Tops Pan Am Games Overall Medal Table;

Women Sweep Individuals and Secure Third Straight Team Gold

Team USA capped off the 2023 Pan American Games by capturing a third consecutive women’s team gold medal, topping the squash medal table after seven events and six days of competition in Santiago, Chile.

With both the U.S. and Colombia earning three gold medals, Team USA’s two silver medals to Colombia’s one made the difference at the top of the overall medal table. It marks the third straight tournament where Team USA topped the medal table at the quadrennial Pan Am Games following 2015 in Toronto and 2019 in Lima.

In addition to women’s team gold, Team USA swept the women’s individual medals, and earned mixed doubles gold and women’s doubles silver. Team USA led all forty-one countries across thirty-six sports in Santiago with a total 286 medalsincluding 124 gold, 75 silver and 87 bronze.

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300 Women to Contest Eighty-Ninth Howe Cup

300 women from around the country are competing in the eighty-ninth Howe Cup Women’s Team Championships and MPB Doubles Championships this weekend, November 10-12, at the Specter Center. Live streaming is available on the US Squash Youtube Channel.

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Team USA Announces 2023 Men's World Team Championship Squad

Team USA has announced the four men who will represent the United States at the biennial WSF Men’s World Team Championship, December 11-17, Tauranga, New Zealand. The U.S. squad will feature its top two-ranked American men in the worldNo. 41 Timmy Brownell and No. 43 Shahjahan Khanand 2023 U.S. Champion Andrew Douglas and finalist Spencer Lovejoy.

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CSA Announces CSA@100 Events

The College Squash Association is embarking on the CSA@100 campaign in its centennial year to revolutionize the landscape of college squash with the hopes of expanding the number of teams, establishing squash as an NCAA sport, and enhancing the student-athlete experience.

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College Squash Week 3 Preview: November 9-15

Week 3's featured matches include the No. 7 Yale women hosting No. 6 UVA in an early season top flight match up on Saturday, November 11 at 1pm. On the men's side, No. 25 Navy will host No. 27 Dickinson in a Conroy Cup semifinal rematch Wednesday, November 15 at 5:30pm.

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ToC Women's Leadership Award & Luncheon 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.


Outside the Glass Podcast: Ned Edwards

How did squash get into the Olympic Games? Ned Edwards, a leader in the effort, tells the story.


San Francisco Bay Area Hosts Third JCT of the Season

The third JCT of the seasonthe West Coast Junior Championshipsis underway in the San Francisco Bay Area at Squash Zone and Bay Club Redwood Shores. Follow live scores throughout the weekend on the JCT tournament page.


Stout & Arnold Take First Title of the Season

The men’s SDA season got off to an extraordinary start at The JLL Big Apple Open hosted by The New York Athletic Club. The SDA used the summer hiatus to make some changes to the format of its events, including the removal of qualifying and the addition of main draw wild cards.

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Landman Twins Retain SDA NYC Open Title

Elani and Lume Landman retained their NYC Open at The University Club of New York in a replay of the 2022 final. The twin sisters, originally from South Africa, cruised to victory with a 3-0 win over top seeds and #1 ranked team, Kayley Leonard and Maria Elena Ubina.

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Views from the Arlen Specter US Squash Center

Before departing for her first Pan American Games, Olivia Weaver was photographed with the American flag draped around her at the Specter Center. The twenty-eight-year-old went on to secure the most medals for Team USA squash in Chile, including individual and team gold and doubles silver.