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Sobhy Sisters and Blatchford Clyne Secure Historic Top 20 Rankings

For the first time in PSA World Tour history, three Americans are ranked in world's top twenty as Sabrina Sobhy, now world No. 20, joins her older sister and world No. 7, Amanda, and...

Amanda Sobhy Upsets World No. 1 El Sherbini to Reach Black Ball Semis

Team USA's Amanda Sobhy came back from 2-1 down to pull off a five-game upset over reigning world No. 1 Nour El Sherbini in the Black Ball Open quarterfinals Thursday in Cairo, Egypt. El Sherbini,...

American Trio Moves on to Black Ball Open Second Round

Team USA's Olivia Blatchford Clyne, Amanda Sobhy and Sabrina Sobhy all recorded first-round wins at the PSA Gold Black Ball Open Monday, December 7, in Cairo, Egypt. Five American women entered the first round of...

Sabrina Sobhy Advances to Egyptian Open Third Round

World No. 29 Sabrina Sobhy is set for just her second career third-round appearance in a PSA Platinum event after defeating U.S. teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne in the second round of the CIB Egyptian...

Seven Americans to Compete in PSA Platinum Egyptian Open

Six Americans will compete in the first Platinum event since the return of the PSA World Tour--the CIB Egyptian Open--this weekend in Cairo. The first two rounds of play will all take place on local...

Team USA’s Blatchford Clyne and Sobhy Produce ToC Home Victories

Amanda Sobhy and Olivia Blatchford Clyne will face Egypt's Nour El Tayeb and Nour El Sherbini, respectively, Monday in Grand Central.

Blatchford Clyne and Way to Receive USOC Awards at U.S. Open

Olivia Blatchford-Clyne and Mike Way will receive the USOC Athlete and Coach of the Year Awards, respectively, at the U.S. Open.

Third US Squash Academy Training The Future of Team USA

The US Squash Academy draws the top American college and junior prospects together for intensive training.

Hanson Edges Harrity in All-American CAC Open Final to Claim Largest Career Title

Chris Hanson defeated U.S. teammate Todd Harrity in the $15,000 CAC Open final.

Harrity Becomes First Openly Gay Male Squash Professional

Two-time U.S. Men’s National Champion Todd Harrity made history by becoming the first male squash professional to come out as openly gay.