College Profiles

Spencer Lovejoy

Hometown Branford, Connecticut College Yale University, 2020 Professional Aspirations I have wanted to turn pro ever since I was young. From the get go I...

Andrew Douglas

Hometown Brooklyn, New York College University of Pennsylvania Class of 2021 Professional Aspirations I really started of going pro when I was 17 and won...

Harrison Gill

Hometown Darien, Connecticut College Yale University, 2021 Professional Aspirations I strive to play squash at the highest level both nationally and globally. I hope to...

Fourth US Squash Academy Primes the Present and Future of Team USA

The fourth annual US Squash Academy brought together members of Team USA ranging from U11 players to college graduates for two weeks of intensive training, July 7-19, at Trinity College in Hartford, Connecticut, and Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The approach to the Academy is multi-layered, combining several major components of US Squash’s elite development programs. These components include the Elite Athlete Program (EAP), prospective EAP athletes—primarily U.S. players competing in collegiate squash, the top...

CSA Individual Championships: Day One

The College Squash Association’s 2013 – 2014 Individual Championships are underway.

Historic commitment to elite athlete development reinforced with updated logo and brand

Reinforcing its connection to the U.S. Olympic Committee and US Squash’s emphasis on national teams, the Association has rolled out a new logo and started the process of rebranding.

Elite Athlete Program announced to fill pipeline of top US professionals

US SQUASH is pleased to announce the launch of the Elite Athlete Program (EAP), effective as of October 1st 2013.

Sabrina Sobhy Upsets Perry to Reach Singapore Semifinals; Amanda Sobhy Ouslasts Gilis in Five

Sabrina Sobhy pulled off her first career win over world No. 8 Sarah-Jane Perry to reach her first PSA Gold semifinal, while Amanda Sobhy overcame a five-game challenge from world No. 14 Nele Gilis in the MARIGOLD Singapore Open Quarterfinals Friday, November 18. In the first quarterfinal of the day, Amanda--the tournament's top seed--saved a match ball in the fifth game to overcome the Belgian in sixty-five minute affair, 7-11, 11-7, 4-11, 11-9, 12-10. “I am...

Sobhy Sisters Advance to Singapore Open Quarterfinals

Team USA's Amanda and Sabrina Sobhy are through to the quarterfinals of the $110,000 MARIGOLD Singapore Open following second round wins, November 15-16, at the OCBC Arena. Amanda, world No. 4, opened up her campaign as the tournament's top seed with a 3-0 win Tuesday over Egypt's world No. 22 Nadine Shahin 11-13, 12-10, 11-7 in twenty-five-minutes. "It was a bit scrappy, I didn’t get the chance to hit on the glass yesterday so it took...

Specter Center Hosts Inaugural Junior HPP Session

The inaugural US Squash Junior High Performance Program (HPP) brought together eighteen of the nation's top juniors for a weekend of training alongside senior HPP players under the guidance of the US Squash National Coaches, October 28-30 at the Arlen Specter Center in Philadelphia. US Squash announced the Junior HPP program this fall with the goal of elevating the standard of play fo juniors hoping to represent Team USA, build a sense of camaraderie as...

US Squash Junior High Performance Program Announced

Train, Learn and Connect in Pursuit of our Goal of "Always on the Podium" US Squash has announced an exciting new program for aspiring members of Team USA. For the first time, the High Performance Program (HPP)—which until now has only included the top adult professionals of Team USA—will now invite junior players in the U15, U17, and U19 age divisions to four training sessions at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center over the course...

Amanda Sobhy Advances to First Career World Tour Finals Knock Out Rounds

Team USA's Amanda Sobhy is through to the knock out stages of the CIB PSA World Tour Finals following group stage victories over Joelle King and Georgina Kennedy, Friday, June 24, in Cairo, Egypt. The World Tour Finals is the PSA's season culminating event that features the top eight performers from the season's Platinum events. The eight men and women are split into two groups of four and play a best-of-three round robin format with...

American Trio to Contest $110k Houston Open

Team USA's Todd Harrity, Shahjahan Khan and Faraz Khan are all set to compete in the first major U.S. PSA tournament of the year--the $110k Houston Open--at the newly-opened Houston Squash Club, January 4-9, in Texas. The PSA Gold draw, the Houston Open's largest prize money in its twelfth edition, has attracted some of the world's top players including world No. 1 Ali Farag, world No. 3 Mohamed ElShorbagy, world No. 5 Mostafa Asal and...