Who is a Woman Squash Player?  A series profiling women playing the game-who they...

By Jennifer Gabler Many of the profiles in this series have focused on national level players or coaches. But what about the women who continue to play squash just for recreation, exercise and the love...

Massaro British Queen

By Richard Eaton Photos by Steve Line/squashpics.com There was a throw-away hint as to why the world’s most successful squash player might suffer her most startling defeat in four years, not long before the British Open...

Howe Cup 2014 For the Love of the Game

By Beth Rasin There were the warm embraces of friends who hadn’t seen each other for a year or more; there were the team outfits that glittered and sparkled; there was a visit from Mr. Jefferson,...

Seven Signals Change for David, Women’s World Open

By Richard Eaton A few days after Nicol David had extended her record of World Open titles to seven it emerged just how much of a watershed in her career this latest success might be. Instead...

Squash is Friendship: Tales From Howe Cup 2017

by Haley Bloch and Jennifer Gabler Squash Is Friendship captures the essence of the 2017 Howe Cup, which was played at Squash on Fire in Washington, DC last November. The tournament, founded in 1928, was...

From US Squash The Right Thing

By Kevin Klipstein U.S. Squash recently announced that the prize purse for the 2013 Delaware Investments U.S. Open will provide equal prize money for both the men’s and women’s championships. The purse will be the...

The U.S. Wins World Championship – The Story of the 1980 World Juniors

Forty years ago, in March 1980, a half dozen enterprising, young women flew to Sweden for the first-ever World Junior Championships: Patrice McConnell Cormwell, Kat Castle Grant, Karen Kelso, Alicia McConnell, Diana Staley and...

Do Not Go to the Squash Court Starving, and other resolutions for the new...

By Tracy Gates I hate going to the gym right after new year’s. The spinning bike that the ‘regulars’ know is mine is taken by an ‘irregular’ in spanking new spandex. All the jump ropes...

From US Squash

By Kevin D. Klipstein, President & Chief Executive Officer Last year around this time I wrote about how impressive the top squash professionals were both on and off the court, and how much they deserved...

Fanning The Flames of Women’s Doubles

By Tracy Gates I am a Flamingo. Well, I was for a few months this past spring, as a team member on the inaugural women’s hardball doubles league in NYC. Flamingoes are better at fishing...