US Squash has named the roster that would have represented Team USA on the world stage in Australia at the 2020 WSF World Junior Championships, following the recent announcement of the formal cancellation of the event that was previously postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2020 World Juniors would have staged the biennial Men’s World Junior Team Championship and annual Men’s and Women’s World Junior Individual Championships. “We have some tremendous young talent coming through in both the boys’ and girls’ teams that keep U.S. squash at the forefront on the international stage,” said Scott Devoy, U.S. Junior Women's Head National Coach. “While this summer didn’t work out the way anyone wanted, we are looking forward to seeing these players given opportunities to challenge the world’s best again soon."
US Squash has recognized Urban Squash Cleveland as the fourth facility–-and the first in the Midwest–-to be accredited as an official US Squash Community Affiliate. “We are uniquely positioned to bring to life a new community of squash in our city, one that is diverse, inclusive and thriving,” said Iago Cornes, Executive Director.
For forty years, the DeRoy Testamentary Foundation has partnered with the game of squash. The foundation has supported the annual DeRoy Juniors, a Midwest junior tournament staple, and sportsmanship with the establishment in 1998 of the DeRoy Sportsmanship Award presented annually by US Squash.

Team USA's Olivia Blatchford Clyne took questions during a live PSA World Tour Facebook Q&A from squash fans around the world this week. From training to traveling and everything in between, the world No. 13 covered it all for her fans.

In her first extensive interview with the PSA World Tour since turning professional, Sabrina Sobhy reflects on the challenges of transitioning from college to the pro tour, her recent success and future goals.

Malaysia’s eight-time World Champion and three-time U.S. Open champion Nicol David has been named as The World Games greatest athlete of all time after topping a poll conducted by the International World Games Association (IWGA).

In his latest post on, James Zug reflects on the extraordinary career of Dave Talbott, who recently retired after more than five decades in the game.

In mid-December 2020, Enzo Corigliano died in upstate New York. The twenty-three year-old was a star on the St. Lawrence squash team. His coach, Scott Denne, speaks about his tragic death and the importance of conversations about mental health. 

Camp advertising through US Squash offers the opportunity to promote your camp to our community of more than 5,000 junior players and families. If you are interested in participating, please complete this form and email it to [email protected]. Act now to take advantage of this special opportunity to promote your camp to the squash community. 

The successful candidate for the senior software developer role will work on the Club Locker suite of software. Interested individuals should be able to quickly create elegant code, work with a team, run with minimal direction, and have an eye for design.

Views From the Arlen Specter US Squash Center
A view looking east from the 32nd Street windows at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, currently under construction on the campus of Drexel University in Philadelphia. Visible only blocks away is 30th Street Station with the skyline of Center City rising behind it.

The Specter Center is planned to open later this year and will feature eighteen singles courts and two hardball doubles courts. It will anchor the US Squash Community Affiliate Network and provide broad community access from its location in one of twenty-two federally-designated Promise Zone neighborhoods. The Specter Center will also house the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame, offer world-class high-performance training resources to Team USA athletes, serve as the US Squash national headquarters and operate a Learning & Innovation Center in partnership with SquashSmarts.