Princeton Duo Takes College Doubles Title

David Letourneau and Kimlee Wong of Princeton combined to capture the 2008 Ketcham Cup, indicative of the Intercollegiate Doubles Championship, defeating C.J. Plimpton and Ethan Oetter of Yale, 15-8, 15-9, 17-16 in the finals....

Youth Trumps Experience at U.S. Doubles Championships Age Division Rivalries Rage On

By Bill Buckingham Photos by Debbie Bowden Trevor McGuinness, with the help of right-wall teammate Whitten Morris, became the youngest ever winner of the U.S. Men’s Doubles Championship, defeating the top seeded duo of Morris Clothier...

Century Doubles

Last year we made a bet, and boy did it pay off! Launching this tournament exactly a century after squash doubles was born was both a poetic and smashing success.” So read the welcome...

The 87th Annual Lapham-Grant: A historic weekend of good squash, good friends, and...

By Sabrina Davies Photos By Sabrina Davies The 87th annual Lapham-Grant Squash Tournament was held over the weekend of February 15 at The Wilmington Country Club in Wilmington, Delaware. Fifty-two American men were countered by 52...

Dave Barrett Awarded 2007 President’s Cup

David Barrett was awarded the 2007 U.S. Squash Presidents Cup, the Association’s most prestigious award, for his contributions to the game during a Saturday evening ceremony at the 2008 North Sound Capital North American...

2008 World Doubles/Can-Am Cup to Return in 2008

By Mike McGorry US Squash and Squash Canada have announced the reformation of the traditional biannually held World Doubles tournament. This new event was created, in part, due to the belief that the present format of...

Double Your Pleasure: Stringing for Hardball Doubles

By Steve Crandall Vice President, Sales & Marketing Ashaway Racket Strings One of the most gratifying things to watch in squash over the past few years has been the dynamic resurgence of hardball doubles. The only racquet...

Butt Doubles

By Fred Hill With a wrecking ball hovering in the wings, what may have been the last hardball doubles tournament in Maine concluded on a gorgeous Indian summer weekend with competitive matches in all three...

Sibling Doubles Debuts in Georgia

Sea Island Resorts, located on the Georgia coast, marked the beginning of the 2007-08 North American doubles schedule when it hosted the inaugural National Sibling Doubles Championship, October 6-8. The field reflected internationally recognized...

Spotlight Doubles

Doubles on the Rise By Morris Clothier, US Squash Doubles Committee Chairperson As the start of the 2007-2008 doubles season commences, many new and exciting developments are taking place. US Squash, Squash Canada, the ISDA, and the...