Double the Fun: The Greenwich North American Open Doubles and the Harrow Greenwich Open...

By Jack Farley This year saw another incredible success for what has become one of the premier squash events in all of North America. The Greenwich North American Open/Harrow Greenwich Open (NAO/HGO), a tri-club tournament...

Mentoring and Manna: The 4th Briggs Cup

By James Zug The richest squash tournament in the Western Hemisphere is one way to look at the $145,000 Briggs Cup. Another is to see how it affects the CitySquash program on a randomly-picked day. I...

The World Hardball Doubles Rocks It

By James Zug Photos by John Lau The World Hardball Doubles is a pretty venerable title for a world championship. It is as old as the official World Juniors, and only six years younger than the...

Maine/Maryland at Meadow Mill Doubles T’ment

By Fred Hill Revising the adage about old soldiers, old squash doubles tournaments never die, and they don’t always fade away – even when the doubles court is torn down. They just move to another...

Fifth Annual Father & Son A Walk in the Park

By James Zug Thirty-nine pairs of fathers and sons came to New York in April for the 5th annual U.S. Father & Son nationals. The solid numbers in the five draws were supplemented in the...

McGuinness, Morris Defend at U.S. Doubles

Teams from all areas of the U.S. and Canada descended on Denver for the 2009 National Doubles Championship from March 27th-29th. Play commenced on Friday morning despite a massive snowstorm that hit the area...

Elmaleh Doubles Project Update

By Gary Waite For those of you who have played the game of Hardball Doubles, you will agree that it is a great game. It is a game many assumed would “expire” as its singles counterpart...

Elmaleh Paves The Way For Doubles

Effective August 1, U.S. SQUASH has additional resources to promote activity in hardball doubles when Gary Waite, who holds more professional squash titles than any other squash player in history worldwide and was a...

Kellner Cup

By Rob Dinerman Damien Mudge and Viktor Berg topped Paul Price and Ben Gould to capture the 2008 Kellner Cup, held in New York City. U.S. SQUASH helped facilitate the Kellner Cup for the first...

End of An Era Maine State Doubles closes the book on Bowdoin’s lone doubles...

By Fred Hill One of his regular opponents said Charlie Butt swears in Chinese when he’s under the gun in a doubles match. Ed Reid talked about how his squash DNA came from a father...