900 juniors from forty-one countries will compete in the 2019 U.S. Junior Open Squash Championships.
The US Squash Academy draws the top American college and junior prospects together for intensive training.
U.S. junior champions Daelum Mawji and Marina Stefanoni lead Team USA to the 2018 World Juniors.
The second annual US Squash Academy picked up where the inaugural Academy left off last summer, attracting top U.S. prospects for two weeks of special Team USA elite performance academy training.
Team USA's top professional, college and junior prospects take part in an elite performance academy, July 9-21, at Trinity College.
The twentieth World Maccabiah Games take place this summer in Israel, July 4-18.
US Squash Academy Director Gilly Lane has praised the inaugural edition of the ground-breaking Team USA initiative, describing it as an "unbelievable success."
Team USA's top junior, college and professional prospects are in the midst of the second week of the inaugural US Squash Academy.
The first US Squash Academy will take place July 9-23 at the Lawrenceville School in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.