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.

Amanda Sobhy Becomes First U.S.-Born Player to Reach PSA World Championship Semifinals

Amanda Sobhy made history by becoming the first U.S. born player to reach the semifinals of the PSA World Championship presented by the Walter Family with a three-game win over world No. 5 Hania El Hammamy Monday night at the University Club of Chicago. The American world No. 7 sent the home crowd into raptures with a clinical performance against one of the Tour's most in-form players in El Hammamy underneath the chandeliers in Cathedral...

Team USA Makes History With Three Players in World Championships Round of Sixteen

Team USA will have three representatives in the PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family round of sixteen for the first time courtesy of second round wins from Olivia Fiechter, Olivia Blatchford Clyne and Amanda Sobhy Friday, July 16 at the University Club of Chicago. For tickets, live streaming and more tournament coverage visit worldsquashchamps.com. Blatchford Clyne, world No. 13, was the first to progress with a four-game win on the traditional court 3 against...

Five Americans Advance to PSA World Championships Second Round

Five Americans are through to the second round of the PSA World Championships presented by the Walter Family following two days of first round play, July 14-15, at the University Club of Chicago. For tickets, live streaming and more tournament coverage visit worldsquashchamps.com. World No. 51 Shahjahan Khan produced one of the most dramatic first round results of the tournament, mounting a five-game comeback victory over Scotland's Alan Clyne from 2-0 down in games. Clyne, world No....

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...

Harrity Reaches 20k PSA Final in Chennai

Todd Harrity has reached his first PSA final in three years and will vie for the biggest title of his career against India's Mahesh Mangaonkar in the $20,000 HCL SRFI Indian Tour final Friday, April 2, in Chennai. Harrity, world No. 52, entered the tournament as the two seed in what was his fifth PSA appearance since the resumption of the tour in the fall and first on the Challenger Tour level. The thirty-year-old American reached...