Hometown Branford, Connecticut
College Yale University, 2020
I have wanted to turn pro ever since I was young. From the get go I fell in love with the sport and want to play as long as I can. I love the competition and really believe I can be a top pro player someday.
World No. 52 Shahjahan Khan claimed his fifth career PSA title and first of the season, the Life Time City Center Open Sunday, February 28, in Houston, Texas. The $6,000 Challenger draw was restricted to players residing in the U.S. due to the ongoing pandemic, but the draw still included players from eight different countries. […]
American Spencer Lovejoy won his first career PSA Title in his second career title at the $5,500 Men’s Life Time Mississauga Open Sunday, June 23, in Canada. Lovejoy, a rising senior at Yale, entered the tournament as the three seed along two other American college players and fellow US Squash Academy products, Harvard’s Timmy Brownell […]
The US Squash Academy draws the top American college and junior prospects together for intensive training.
Andrew Douglas topped U.S. teammate Spencer Lovejoy to win his first career PSA title in Barbados.
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889 players from thirty-four countries are set to compete in the 2016 U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships, December 17-20, in Connecticut.
The U.S. contingent will return stateside with Team USA’s best World Junior Men’s Team Championship result in seventeen appearances since 1984.
Andrew Douglas and Sam Scherl sealed a historic victory over France to send Team USA to its fist World Junior Men’s Team semifinal.