A Look Back June 2017

Fifteen Years Ago in Squash Magazine  June/July 2002 Martin Bronstein reported on the 2002 British Open winner and favorite cover subject Sarah Fitz-Gerald. At the age of thirty-three, Fitz-Gerald romped to victory without losing a game (she gave up just twenty-eight points the entire tournament). Less than a year later, the Australian retired. Based in […]

A Warrior Never Discards His Weapon: Joey Barrington Talks About Jonah Barrington

Outside The Glass, the world’s leading squash podcast, is a radio show with a new episode coming out at the beginning of each month. In episode four, Joey Barrington, the lead commentator for SquashTV and former world No. 24, spoke about his father, six-time British Open champion Jonah Barrington. Outside The Glass When you were […]

Local Call: Give Me a Break

The summer months are upon us, but diehard squash fans won’t be too far away from a squash court. As temperatures rise outside, courts can get warmer. This can make for long, grueling rallies and sometimes a player might look for a breather. It’s worth noting that a player is not allowed to step off […]

Squash Boasts: 2017 HEAD U.S. High School Team Champions

The Top: Combined Rankings of Couples on PSA World Tour

By The Numbers: June 2017

By the Numbers

The Top: PSA Birthdays

Squash Boast: Four-Year Scholar Athletes

The US Squash Scholar Athlete Award recognizes high school students who excel both in the classroom and on the court. Over 300 students applied for the 2015-2016 Scholar Athlete Award, including thirty-two exceptional student athletes who received this award all four years of high school.