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.
Being a captain of a district league team can be a thankless job, but these leaders find that the rewards far outweigh the challenges Keith Munsell, Massachusetts: Keith was captain of a hardball team back in the good old days on the narrow courts with that rock hard ball. He won what was then the team ‘D’ state […]
THE US SQUASH SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD RECOGNIZES HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS WHO EXCEL IN BOTH THE CLASSROOM AND ON THE SQUASH COURT. THE SCHOLAR ATHLETE AWARD PROGRAM HAS SHOWN SIGNIFICANT GROWTH SINCE IT WAS ESTABLISHED IN 2006 WITH NEARLY 300 RECIPIENTS THIS SEASON, INCLUDING TWENTY-FOUR EXCEPTIONAL STUDENT ATHLETES WHO RECEIVED THE AWARD ALL FOUR YEARS OF […]
Reverend Bob Hetherington: Richmond City League Bob, a former national singles finalist and long-time top-ten player, was a founding captain of the league’s debut season in 2002. Participating every year since, and many years at the number one position for his aptly-named Saints team, Bob’s touch shots help him defeat opponents who are sometimes fifty […]
The US Squash Scholar Athlete Award recognizes high school students who excel in both the classroom and on the squash court. The Scholar Athlete Award program has shown significant growth since it was established in 2006 with nearly 300 recipients this season, including ten exceptional student athletes who received the award all four years of high school.
The 2014 U.S. Squash Skill Level Championships took place at the Meadow Mill Athletic Club in Baltimore, MD. Starting in November with the New England regional, 738 players participated in the six regional skill level tournaments leading up to nationals. Of the nine titles awarded, six were won by individuals who gained free entry due […]