Arlen Specter US Squash Center: On Track for Fall 2020

Progress continues on the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, with the facility poised to anchor US Squash programs for generations to come beginning in the fall of 2020. Located just two blocks from Philadelphia’s...

It’s Mine: Defined by Titles, Remembered by Values

It’s my resilience. It’s my passion. It’s my strength. It’s my vision. It’s my voice. It’s my risks. It’s my way. Recently the PSA has accelerated its video output in an effort to present players...

2019 Milestones



WOOP: Planning to Fail

By Will Carlin The build-up to the 2010 Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver saw the focus fall on one athlete more than just about any other. Already considered one of the best skiers in history,...

Construction Underway at Arlen Specter US Squash Center

Demolition and construction has begun on the Arlen Specter US Squash Center, on track to open in the fall of 2020 for the U.S. Open. Located inside the historic Armory building on the campus...

Doubles Shot: Women’s and Men’s Professional Doubles Season Preview

by James Zug The Women’s Squash Doubles Association, now entering its thirteenth season, is on an upward trajectory. Parity is the WSDA watchword. On the court, a different team captured each of the six WSDA events...

Making Lemonade

By Will Carlin Keith Jarrett was not happy. The legendary American jazz and classical pianist had arrived at the Opera House in Cologne, Germany, late in the afternoon on a dark, wet and cold Friday in...

Will’s World: The Fine Print

By Will Carlin There is a trope that medical researchers use to explain why it is sometimes impractical or unnecessary to perform a full randomized controlled trial: there’s never been one for parachutes. Such a trial...