While at Yale, Will played number one on the squash team for three years and earned three first-team All America and All-Ivy honors. He went on to become a world-ranked squash player on the men’s professional touring circuit (where he achieved the highest world ranking ever by an American man), won the U.S. National Championship and was the United States’ #1 ranked player in 1990 and 1995. Will has won three national championships, has competed in the World Championships and the Pan Am Games and has marched in the opening ceremonies in two Olympic Games.
Will has almost twenty years of sports management experience, serving on the Executive Committees and Boards of Directors of both the US Olympic Committee and the US Squash Association. He also served on the Athlete’s Advisory Council on the Olympic Committee for two terms. He has been the back-page columnist of Squash Magazine for the past twenty years, and is a world-renowned Master of Ceremonies for four of the largest major professional squash tournaments.