2013 October

Breaking Through the Levels: Squash Movement

by Scott Devoy 3.0 Players starting out at the 3.0 level tend to spend a lot of time so focused on the ball that they chase it all over the court. This leads to over-running the ball, getting too close and a lot of situations where players, run, stop and then try to hit a […]

From US Squash

By Kevin D. Klipstein, President & Chief Executive Officer Squash has no “off-season” anymore, and we are definitely not complaining. The US was very involved in the Olympic bid effort—thank you to the Districts, individuals and clubs that donated generously. The value in media coverage alone for the sport was worth the effort to raise […]

Editor’s Note

By Jay D. Prince, Editor in Chief Instead of the normally slow summer months for squash, the past few months have seen a whirlwind of activity. For Squash Magazine, it has been the exciting transition of becoming owned and operated by the US SQUASH, our sport’s Olympic National Governing Body in the U.S. And fittingly, […]

The Top: All-time highest internationally-ranked American men

Sobhy Summer Threepeat

Amanda Sobhy’s August victory, at the Squash Revolution National Capital Open in Maryland, marked her third WSA title win of the summer, making her the first player to win three WSA events in a row this year. Sobhy’s hat-trick capped an impressive six months for the Harvard Junior. The All-American finished her sophomore college squash […]

Squash Boasts Summer’s Most Improved Junior Rankings

Summer’s Most Improved Junior Rankings*

Local Call: Sportmanship – Everyone’s a Player

Drexel President Fry Elected US Squash Chairman

John A. Fry, current President of Drexel University, has been elected US SQUASH-Chairman of the Board of Directors, replacing Peter R. Lasusa, Jr., who served the maximum allowable four year term. A squash player himself from the time he worked at the University of Pennsylvania, all three of his children are avid squash players. Fry […]

By The Numbers October 2013