Squash Boasts

Squash Boasts US Squash Scholar Athlete Award

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.

Squash Boasts Nine Skill Level Titles Awarded in Baltimore

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 […]

Squash Boasts Squash Professionals Finding Success Outside of the Club

Squash Professionals Finding Success Outside of the Club Charlie Johnson, Bay Club, San Francisco, CA Originally from Stortford, England, Charlie has been playing squash for seven years and has worked at the Bay Club for the past ten months. Aside from winning the 6.0 draw of the Bay Club Championships, Charlie also won the 6.0 draw of the Latitude 38 Group Open […]

Squash Boasts Top US Squash Sanctioned Team League Players From Around The Country

Tim Dearnley, Philadelphia, PA. Tim, originally from Brooklyn, a former player at the Hill School (PA) and Wesleyan University led his Racquet Club of Philadelphia team to the PSRA Division B title this past fall, compiling an 8-0 individual record along the way. Tim is currently coaching squash at Germantown Academy.       Alfredo de Lima, New York, NY. Alfredo, Co-captain […]

Squash Boasts Multi-Sport Squash Players

Jamie Crombie Squash: former men’s national team member, currently ranked No. 2 in U.S. Men 6.0 Other: has competed in forty-four road races in the past ten years, plus numerous bike races and three World Duathlon Championships; qualified and competed in the 2011 U.S. Triathlon Age Group National Championship Olympic Distance in Burlington, Vermont.   Guy Davidson, […]

Squash Boasts What Advice Would You Give To Other No. 9 Players

What advice would you give to other No. 9 players across the country regarding their position on their college teams? Matthew Mackin—Trinity, senior Having played in the No. 9 position for the majority of my college squash career, the most important piece of advice I can give is to never underestimate your opponent. The college […]

Squash Boasts Leading Box League and Ladder Performers from Clubs around the U.S.

Brian Bartes—Detroit Athletic Club Bartes first picked up the squash racquet in the fall of 2011. With no fear, he jumped straight into the box ladders at the DAC—the seventeenth and last box. With a steady diet of lessons, and consistent box ladder competition, Brian has worked his way up to the fifth box for […]

Squash Boasts Summer’s Most Improved Junior Rankings

Summer’s Most Improved Junior Rankings*