By Jay D. Prince Ten years and 100 issues of Squash Magazine. Seems hard to believe, especially in light of the fact that it almost never even got off the ground. In fact, had things gone the way I’d originally hoped, Squash Magazine would be looking in the rear view...
As is now traditional, U.S. Squash presented new members of the U.S. Squash Hall of Fame during the U.S. Open, the class of 2011 and the class of 2012. All five inductees, accompanied by past inductees, were honored with on-court presentations on the first night of the glass-court matches....
By James Zug When Gregory Gaultier won the 2015 Men’s World Squash Championships, the scene was perhaps as dramatic a moment as we have ever seen at the forty-year-old event. Gaultier was avenging nine years of agony. The finals of the 2006 World Open, held in front of the Pyramids of...

Scoreboard Watching

by James Zug Team squash is a core element of the game in the U.S. There are thousands of team matches every winter across the country, running from youthful ones—middle school, high school and collegiate team play— to adults in league play and championships like the Howe Cup. In intercollegiate...