Middle and High School Championships A Success

By Nell Schwed Team feels an incongruous word when used in the same breath as squash. Squash is individual, independent, not often thought of as combination, or unification. One court. Two players. Racquets, shoes, a...

Forty Years of Squash in the Maccabiah Games

By Sarah Odell The third largest sporting event in the world is the Maccabiah Games. Held every four years in Israel, the so-called Jewish Olympics are a major international sporting competition. Only Jewish athletes can...

World’s First All-Glass Hardball Doubles Court a Hit with the Pros

By Kristi Maroc The world’s first all-glass hardball doubles court was officially given the nod of approval by the world’s top players during the first-ever professional event to be held on the court and simultaneously...

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...

World Doubles: From MetroSquash to Onwentsia, and Streamed to the World

By Chris McClintick The 2015 J.P. Morgan & Trunk Club World Squash Doubles Championships commenced with the fanfare of the MetroSquash Academic & Squash Center’s grand opening  in Chicago, Wednesday, May 6. Following the ceremonial,...

Time for the Beach: Two New Novels

By James Zug Eden Jeanne McWilliams Blasberg Berkeley, CA: She Writes Press, 2017 A family struggling to overcome devastating secrets while in a beautiful place is the core of Jeanne Blasberg’s debut novel. Blasberg is most well-known to this...

The 2013 U.S. National Junior Doubles

By James Zug Ninety players from around the U.S. and Canada took part in the 27th annual National Junior Doubles in April 2013 in girl’s, boy’s and mixed age divisions. First run by Wilmington Country...

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...

National Doubles Finds a New Home in Philadelphia

By Chris McClintick Eighty-two years ago, the second U.S. Squash Doubles Championships were hosted on the court that invented the game at the Racquet Club of Philadelphia. Philadelphia has long been the American beacon of...

Flood & Fog: Meadow Mill Celebrates Twenty-Fifth Anniversary

By James Zug A flagship squash facility in Baltimore, Meadow Mill Athletic Club is celebrating the twenty-fifth anniversary this autumn. There will be a week of squash, highlighted by a $5,000 PSA tournament, a junior...