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Outside the Glass: Reyna Pacheco

Outside The Glass, the world’s oldest squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode dropping at the beginning of each month. Reyna Pacheco, the first urban squash player to turn professional, is ranked world No.87. A graduate of Columbia, she is based in Amsterdam. In episode twenty-three, Pacheco spoke about her childhood in […]

A Look Back: July 2018

Twenty Years Ago in Squash Magazine         May 1998 Angus Kirkland, pictured by Jay D. Prince, made the cover for capturing the 6.5 division at 1998 U.S. Skill Level Championships in Atlanta. Until July 2000 Kirkland, an Englishman, was the head pro at the Harvard Club of Boston, where he helped host two U.S. Opens. He […]

The Top: Commonwealth Games All-Time Medal Winners

By The Numbers: July 2018

A Look Back: April 2018

by James Zug Twenty Years Ago in Squash Magazine Ivy Pochoda, in a feature written and photographed by Beth Rasin, graced the cover for capturing the national intercollegiate individual title her senior year. After graduating from Harvard in 1998, Pochoda turned pro and moved to London and then Amsterdam. Reaching world No. 38, she played […]

Outside the Glass: Wendy Bartlett

The Midnight Handoff: Wendy Bartlett and Trinity Squash Outside The Glass, the world’s only regular squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode coming out at the beginning of each month. You can find it at iTunes or SoundCloud.com. Wendy Bartlett is in the midst of her thirty-fourth season as the head women’s […]

Pro-File: Margaret Elias Gerety

Squash on Fire I grew up playing with Julieanne Harris at Philadelphia Cricket Club.  When I began playing, the hardball game was just being phased out. The club did not have any wide courts, so Julie drove me to practice on the only international squash court in town—a converted garage in the back of a […]

The Top: College Coaching Tenures

By The Numbers: April 2018