2014 April

From US Squash

By Kevin D. Klipstein, President & Chief Executive Officer It’s easy to get lost in all the titles. U.S. Championships are all around us now. It wasn’t always the case, as many in their 40s, 50s and 60s still often lament in refrains such as, “I remember when there were 500 players at Nationals, with […]

Editor’s Note

By Jay D. Prince, Editor in Chief Every now and then you walk into a place and just go “whoa, this is cool!” Honestly, the McArthur Squash Center at Boar’s Head goes way beyond that. Generally, squash facilities—other than those on college campuses which oftentimes have been renovated from old hardball court venues—line courts up […]

Your Serve April 2014

Just wanted to drop a quick email to express my enormous thanks for all that you did for the 200+ of us who recently played the Nationals at the McArthur Squash Center at the Boar’s Head in Charlottesville. I have played this event almost every year since becoming a master eleven years ago and this was by […]

The Top: Winningest Women in Grand Slam Event History

By The Numbers April 2014

90 Seconds with Madeline Perry

The first time you played squash, you were… Eleven years old, just at the local swimming pool where there were a couple of squash courts. I played a lot of other sports like football (soccer), tennis, hockey and fancied a go. I remember just being able to hit the ball reasonably well and loving it. […]

Tweets of the Month April 2014

From the Pros Follow @USSQUASH and tweet us for your chance to be featured in the next issue of Squash Magazine!

SPA-tlight: Linda Elriani

Where did you grow up? I grew up in the South East of England in a small town called Heathfield, which is where my parents, sister and niece still live Who gave you your first squash lesson? My first squash lesson was with Glen Winterton, a good squash player at our local squash club. It […]

Local Call: Prescription to Safety

Are you a squash player who wears prescription glasses while playing squash? Are prescription glasses your substitute for wearing protective eyewear? Please be aware that you should still be wearing ASTM-F803 approved eyewear over the top of your prescription glasses. All players and coaches must wear protective eyewear during all activities that take place on […]