Resides Philadelphia, PA
Club Arlen Specter US Squash Center
Birthdate May 14, 1998
Hometown Branford, CT
College Yale University
National Titles 0
PSA Titles 1
Coach Lynn Leong
Spencer Lovejoy was a constant fixture on the U.S. junior circuit, reaching the finals of the U13, U15 and U19 divisions. Spencer represented Team USA at two World Juniors in 2015 and 2016. Spencer played No. 2 on the U.S. team that achieved a record third place finish in 2016. Spencer was honored with the DeRoy Sportsmanship Award his senior year before attending Yale University.
At Yale, Spencer was the captain his senior year, played No. 1 all four years and made CSA All-American for three years of his collegiate career. In 2020, Spencer was presented with the Skillman Sportsmanship Award.
Spencer started playing PSA events during college, capturing the first title of his career in 2019 at the Mississauga Open in Canada. Spencer held a ranking of 114 upon turning professional full time in 2020, and broke into the world’s top 100 rankings in his first season, reaching world No. 99 in March 2021 and a career high of world No. 92 in May 2021.
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.