Robinson and Rosini Save Match Balls at National Juniors

by Chris McClintick The 2019 U.S. Junior Championships yielded several firsts since the inaugural 1977 National Juniors. The first National Juniors ever held in Charlottesville, Virginia, saw the boys’ and girls’ five seeds—Olivia Robinson and...

Stefanoni Continues Streak with Third title; Mawji Tops Boys’ Field

Above: At just fifteen years old, Marina Stefanoni is already ranked No. 77 in the world professionally. by Chris McClintick Five past champions picked up another national title at the sixty-third National Juniors, four of which...

Douglas and Stefanoni Reaffirm Junior Dominance; West Coast on the Rise

By Chris McClintick It was a banner year for Andrew Douglas and Marina Stefanoni, as both players repeated as national junior champions. While the 2016 National Juniors served as Douglas’ coming out party, the eighteen-year-old New...

Team USA Sends Message After Record 2017 British Junior Open

By Chris McClintick It was one of the biggest upsets in the long history of the British Junior Open. In January America’s Andrew Douglas, who two years ago placed twenty-second in the U17 division, upset...

Two For the Ages

by Bill Buckingham Not only does seventy-four-year-old Jay Nelson clearly recall winning his first championship in any sport—the 1954 little league title in Saugus, MA, as a second baseman and pitcher—he also remembers many of...

Caring With Squash

By Nell Schwed Freshman at Dana Hall School, squash player and founder of her own nonprofit, Sydney Soloway uses the sport she loves to help children in need through SquashCares. Soloway’s squash career started early—in the...

2014 U.S. Junior Open

By Nell Schwed The U.S. Junior Open, hosted at Yale University in New Haven, CT, has grown into the largest individual junior tournament in the world. With nearly one-thousand entrants, representing thirty-five countries—the United States...

Junior National Team Prepares for Namibia

By Chris McClintick Last summer, Poland hosted its first-ever World Junior Squash Championships, which included the United States Junior Women’s team matching its best finish of second place. This summer, another nation will host its first...

Squash Boasts Ten Teams Crowned at U.S. High School Championships

The Avon Old Farms Winged Beavers and Greenwich Academy Gators won the 2014 U.S. High School Team Squash division one boy’s and girl’s championships respectively, at the largest squash tournament in the world, involving 151...