Senior Coaches

Paul Assaiante...

Paul Assaiante is currently the Men’s Squash and Tennis coach at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, Ganek Family US Squash Head National Coach, Professional...

Gilly Lane

Bio here... Best Advice Play with a purpose, play with passion, respect your opponent, and love every second. Resides Philadelphia, PA School/Club University of Pennsylvania Years Coaching 9 Years as US Squash...

Thierry Lincou

For the last 3 years I really enjoyed coaching Team USA at the World Team Championships. Great finish for Men and women. (Paris, Marseille,...

Junior Coaches

Alex Stait

I started coaching full time at 25 years old when due to Microfracture surgery on my knee I had to stop playing PSA. Being...

Aisling Blake

Bio goes here... Best Advice Resides San Francisco, CA School/Club Squash Zone Years Coaching Years as US Squash Coach 2 Hometown Events Coached 2018 Battle of the Border Regional Squads 2016-2019  

Simba Muhwati

Simba began his squash career at age six in his home country of Zimbabwe, and moved to the United States in 2005, when he...

Geoff Mitchell

Resides Chatham, New Jersey School/Club The Chatham Club Years Coaching 35 Years as US Squash Coach 5 Events Coached BJO 2015 Regional Squad 2014-2019 Best Advice Build and be confident in your...

Richard Elliott

Resides Redwood City, CA School/Club Squash Zone Years Coaching 35 Years as US Squash Coach 5 Events Coached Regional Squad 2019 Best Advice Play for the love of the game. Enjoy...

Hope Prockop

Resides Boston, MA School/Club Murr Athletic Center Years Coaching 33 Years as US Squash Coach 1 Events Coached Regional Squad 2018-2019 Best Advice At the highest levels, squash has the most...

Fabio Cechin

Resides Ardmore, PA School/Club Merion Cricket Club Years Coaching 12 Years as US Squash Coach 3 Events Coached Pan Am Junior Championships 2017, 2018 & 2019 Regional Squad 2015-2019 Best Advice Competitive,...

Tina Rix-Stout

Resides Jersey City, NJ School/Club The Pingry School Years Coaching 15 Years as US Squash Coach 5 Events Coached Battle of the Border 2014, 2016 Regional Squad 2013-2019 Best Advice Becoming a...

James Sutcliffe

Resides Greenwich, CT School/Club Greenwich Academy Years Coaching 16 Years as US Squash Coach 4 Events Coached Battle of the Border, 2017 Regional Squad 2015-2019 Best Advice Hard Work Beats Talent When...

Attila Agh

Resides Westport, CT School/Club Green Farms Academy Years Coaching 19 Years as US Squash Coach 5 Events Coached Battle of the Borders 2016, 2017, 2018 Regional Squad 2013-2019 Best Advice Don't waste...

Chris Lengthorn

Resides Philadelphia, PA School/Club The Shipley School Years Coaching 14 Years as US Squash Coach 2 Events Coached Battle of the Border 2018 Regional Squad 2018 Best Advice Learn the fundamentals of...

Henry Clutsman

Name:Henry Clutsman Location:Cincinnati, Ohio Club or school:Cincinnati Country Club Years coaching:12 Years as USQ coach:5 Trips as USQ coach:Battle of the Border (2017), British Open (2019,18,17) Advice/guidance:The best thing to...

Lee Scott

Resides Louisville, KY School/Club Louisville Boat Club Years Coaching 26 Years as US Squash Coach 1 Events Coached US Squash Academy 2018 Best Advice Always have fun, passion and hard work...

Fiechter Cracks World’s Top Twenty Rankings

Olivia Fiechter ascended to a new career-high ranking of world No. 20 this month--the American's first time in the world's top twenty. The twenty-five-year-old displayed the best form of her career in her last two events. In March, Fiechter reached the third round of the Black Ball Open--her first appearance in a Platinum third round--which propelled her from world No. 33 in March to world No. 24 in April. Two weeks ago, Fiechter made anther Platinum...

Amanda Sobhy to Clash With Gohar in El Gouna Semis

World No. 5 Amanda Sobhy advanced to her second consecutive El Gouna International Open semifinal following a four-game victory over world No. 9 Salma Hany Tuesday, May 25, in Egypt. The quarterfinal marked a rematch of the Black Ball Open semifinals two months ago in Cairo. As in March, it was the Egyptian who took an early lead by edging the first game 11-9. Sobhy, the tournament's four seed, then turned the match on its...

Sobhy Sets Up Hany Quarterfinal Encounter in El Gouna

World No. 5 Amanda Sobhy is through to the El Gouna International quarterfinals following a convincing three-game victory over England's Lucy Turmel Sunday, May 23, in Egypt. Turmel had reached the third round courtesy of an upset over U.S. teammate Olivia Blatchford Clyne. Making her first tournament appearance on the glass court, Sobhy dispatched Turmel 11-6, 11-7, 11-7 in thirty-three minutes. “She is a feisty up-and-coming player so she is young and hungry and it shows...

Fiechter Pulls Off Gilis Upset in El Gouna Second Round

Team USA's Olivia Fiechter upset world No. 13 Nele Gilis to cap off a strong start for Team USA in the second round of the PSA Platinum El Gouna Open Friday, May 21, in Egypt. Fiechter, who broke into the world's top twenty-five ranked players for the first time last month, opened up her tournament with a routine three-game win over the Egyptian Wild Card on Thursday. In Friday's second round, Fiechter avenged her 2019...

Harrity Claims Fourth and Largest PSA Title in India

Team USA's Todd Harrity won the fourth and largest PSA title of his career, upsetting top seed Mahesh Mangaonkar in the $20,000 HCL SRFI Indian Tour Chennai Leg 1 final Friday, April 2. Harrity made a strong start in what was his eleventh career PSA final appearance and first since 2018, taking the first two games 11-9, 11-6. The Indian then mounted a comeback by swiftly winning the third and fourth games 11-7, 11-2. The American...

Amanda Sobhy Becomes First U.S.-Born Player Ranked in World’s Top Five

Amanda Sobhy made history for Team USA by becoming the first American ever to reach the world's top five rankings, ascending to world No. 5 this month following her Black Ball Open final run two weeks ago in Egypt. Sobhy's achieved her previous career high ranking of world No. 6 in 2016, which she lost in April 2017 following her Achilles rupture. Sobhy returned to the tour as world No. 28 in Jaunary 2018 and...