Outside the Glass: Melissa Winstanley

It Will Be $2,000 Outside The Glass, the world’s oldest squash podcast, is now in its fifth season. OTG is a radio show with a new episode dropping at the beginning of each month. OTG...

Opportunity in Chaos: Damien Mudge Retires After Record Doubles Career

by James Zug Damien Mudge has an intentional relationship with velocity. For twenty years he played professional squash doubles across North America. The very first time he went on a doubles court, his boss and...

Pro-File: Simba Muhwati

Chief Squash Officer, StreetSquash When I first came to the U.S. in 2005, I could not believe how cold it was. The cars seemed so big. After arriving at Trinity, where I was headed for...

Squash Shots & Rorschach Inkblots: It is Open to Interpretation

By Eric Zillmer, Athletic Director, Pacifico Professor of Neuropsychology, Drexel University We love competitive squash because it provides us with an accessible slice of life. We don’t only like to play squash; we also enjoy...

Down the Middle Solves the Riddle

By Preston Quick In tennis doubles, the mantra is: down the middle solves the riddle. In squash doubles, however, it is an uncommon shot. But strategically hitting the ball in the middle of the court,...

The U.S. Wins World Championship – The Story of the 1980 World Juniors

Forty years ago, in March 1980, a half dozen enterprising, young women flew to Sweden for the first-ever World Junior Championships: Patrice McConnell Cormwell, Kat Castle Grant, Karen Kelso, Alicia McConnell, Diana Staley and...

Egypt Rules the World at Historic Men’s World Teams in DC

By Chris McClintick This past December in Washington, DC, the global pinnacle of men’s team squash, the World Squash Federation’s Men’s World Team Championship, arrived in the United States for the first time in the...

Hybrid Stringing Comes to Squash!

By Steve Crandall Vice President, Sales & Marketing Ashaway Racket Strings   Hybrid stringing for squash? In a word, yes. Hybrid stringing is coming to squash. And for very good reasons as we shall see.    First, a bit of background....

What was I thinking!

by Richard Millman  If you are an enthusiastic squash player, you probably play competitive matches, train, practice and take lessons. That’s a pretty normal diet for a squash enthusiast. Yet you may find that you...

Put Me In Coach

by Sheldon Anderson, US Squash Pro Tour 2 Referee  I grew up hearing “It’s not whether you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.” This seemed pretty straight forward at the time but...