Features

The Arlen Specter US Squash Center: Building a Home for the Sport



Egyptian Inscription: El Welily & ElShorbagy Engraved on U.S. Open Trophies



Scoreboard Watching

by James Zug Team squash is a core element of the game in the U.S. There are thousands of team matches every winter across the country, running from youthful ones—middle school, high school and collegiate team play— to adults in league play and championships like the Howe Cup. In intercollegiate play last year alone, there […]

World Masters Arrives Stateside



Every Court Counts: A History of the Ambassador Tours

[Above: Press conferences are a core part of the ambassador program. In Kiev, the presenters included (l-r) Ukranian Squash Federation president Anastasia Netrebchuk, Ukraine Sports Committee president Illia Shevlyak, Ramy Ashour, Camille Serme and Andrew Shelley] by James Zug When we emerged from immigration, baggage claim and customs, it was like an explosion. A swarm […]

Public Service



Squash Faces in the Crowd in Sports Illustrated



Sobhy Makes Triumphant Return and Hanson Repeats at 107th National Singles

Above: Amanda Sobhy (r) clinched the National Singles title in her first career match against two-time finalist Reeham Sedky. by Chris McClintick March 10 is a date that will always have some negative association for Amanda Sobhy. It was on March 10, 2017, that the then twenty-three-year-old ruptured her Achilles tendon in a PSA final […]

Stefanoni Continues Streak with Third title; Mawji Tops Boys’ Field

Above: At just fifteen years old, Marina Stefanoni is already ranked No. 77 in the world professionally. by Chris McClintick Five past champions picked up another national title at the sixty-third National Juniors, four of which came in new age divisions. The girls’ U19 draw saw four 2017 World Juniors teammates—Marina Stefanoni, Elisabeth Ross, Laila […]