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...

Sobhy Sisters Advance to PSA World Championships Round of Sixteen

Team USA's Amanda and Sabrina Sobhy--who upset U.S. teammate and world No. 10 Olivia Fiechter--are through to the 2022 PSA World Championships round of sixteen following the first two rounds of play, May 13-16, in Cairo, Egypt. Nine Americans entered the 2022 World Championships--the culminating event of the 2021-2022 PSA season--with five recording first round wins and the Sobhy sisters advancing as far as the third round. The biggest result for Team USA was one between...

Nine Americans to Contest 2022 PSA World Championships

Nine players will represent Team USA against the world's best at the 2022 PSA World Championships, May 13-22, in Cairo, Egypt. The first five days of play will take place at the Club S Allegria with streaming available for all side courts on the PSA World Tour Youtube Channel. Half of the round of sixteen onwards will be staged on a glass court at the Egyptian National Museum of Civilization and will broadcast live on...

Fiechter, Blatchford Clyne and Amanda Sobhy Make ToC History for Team USA

The J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions will have three Americans in the quarterfinals for the first time in tournament history after Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Olivia Fiechter joined Amanda Sobhy in the last eight after round of sixteen wins Wednesday, May 4, at New York City’s Grand Central Station. Making her tenth tournament appearance, Brooklyn-born Olivia Blatchford Clyne opened up the day’s matches against France’s world No. 30 Melissa Alves. The Penn graduate started on...

Brownell Wins First Career PSA Title and Qualifies for Tournament of Champions Main Draw

Team USA’s Timmy Brownell won his first career PSA title--the 2022 J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions Challenger--qualifying for the ToC main draw Saturday, April 30, in New York City’s Grand Central Station. The men’s final pitted Penn senior Aly Abou Eleinen against world No. 83 Brownell, a Harvard graduate. The vocal crowd had friends and supporters of both players in attendance, and were treated to a thrilling fifty-seven-minute final that Brownell edged 11-8, 8-11, 14-12,...

Fiechter Reaches First 30k Title Summit in Canada

Team USA's Olivia Fiechter defeated Canada's Hollie Naughton to win her third and largest PSA title at the $30,000 Oxford Properties Canadian Open Friday, April 15, at the Bow Valley Country Club in Calgary. Fiechter, world No. 11, entered the tournament as the top seed and reached the final without dropping a game. In the final, Fiechter recorded her second win over world No. 17 Naughton this year 11-2, 12-10, 5-11, 11-4 in thirty-eight minutes. Fiechter adds...

Team USA Earns Three Medals at Pan Am Championships in Guatemala

Team USA closed out the 2022 Pan American Championships by earning team silver medals—falling short in the gold medal match against Colombia—adding to doubles and singles bronze medals, April 3-9, in Guatemala. The U.S. men—featuring Faraz Khan, Spencer Lovejoy, Chris Gordon and Timmy Brownell—entered the team competition seeded second. Following a first-round bye, the U.S. won back-to-back matches on April 8, defeating 5/8 seeds Guyana 2-0 in the quarterfinals and hosts Guatemala in the semis...