Gilly Lane US Squash USOC Athlete of the Year

Reviving an award won by the likes of Mark Talbott, Demer Holleran, and Marty Clark for the first time in thirteen years, the US Squash National Teams Committee nominated F. Gilpin “Gilly” Lane for the 2013 United...

Queens and Princes at Grand Central

By James Zug The eightieth J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions will be remembered for the long-awaited arrival of a queen and the wildly exaggerated, misreported demise of a prince. Nicol David had done everything in the game...

PSA World Series Finals

By Jay D. Prince The PSA World Series Finals are coming to the United States for the first time, to be staged in Richmond, Virginia, at the Westwood Club, March 15-19, 2014. First held as the Super Series...

Will’s World Two of a Kind

By Will Carlin Amr Shabana was walking away from me. The Maestro, as he is called by PSA Squash TV commentators Joey Barrington and Paul Johnson, had just won the semifinals of the 2014 Tournament of Champions, and I was supposed to jump...

Pricey Heads Home

By Chris McClintick Photos by SDA Squash was the last thing on Paul Price’s mind the week after a five-game loss to Mudge & Gould in the final of the 2014 Putnam Pro-Am. He was more concerned with...

Illingworth Captures First U.S. Pro Series

After a successful inaugural U.S. Pro Squash Series last year, with American Julian Illingworth claiming the $5,000 top prize for winning the points series, the 2014 schedule of events is underway. The season’s first event...

Thirty-Third Windy City Open Back In Style

By Jay D. Prince For thirty-three years, the Windy City Open has been a mainstay in Chicago and, at the end of this month, the event will kick into gear again at the University Club of Chicago....

Will’s World The Simpson Paradox

By Will Carlin Nicolas Mueller is the best Swiss squash player ever. This past April, he became Switzerland’s highest-ranked player ever (No. 20 in the world) and, a week later, won his seventh consecutive Swiss National Championship. In 2013, he had wins over...