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 Speaker and Author. Two-time Olympic Coach-of-the-Year, World Championship Coach and the “winningest coach in college...

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 Coach 7 Hometown Philadelphia, PA Events Coached 2013 Pan American Games Federation Cup (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2015...

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, China) Also, I have been the Head Coach at MIT for 5 years now and was...

World Masters Championships Rescheduled for August 2021

Report courtesy of WSF The World Squash Federation (WSF) can confirm that the World Masters Squash Championships - originally postponed from August 2020 due to the global COVID-19 pandemic - has been rescheduled to 15-21 August 2021. Additionally, the WSF has approved the qualifying age for the postponed event, which will remain as per the original start date of the event on 23 August 2020. This ensures that those who entered this year’s event still qualify for...

Musto and Gough Earn British Open Masters Titles

2019 National Singles champions John Musto and Michael Gough continued their successful spring across the pond in England, where both players earned British Open Masters titles Sunday, May 26, at the University of Hull. Musto, a men's 50+ player, earned his first career British Open Masters title having entered the thirty-two-player draw as a 5/8 seed. Musto upset the two seed in three games in the quarterfinals, and another 5/8 seed in the semis to...

Chin Becomes First Four-Time Men’s 45+ National Singles Champion; Grunberg and Prockop Continue Title Streaks

The 108th staging of the National Singles culminated in multiple five-game finals—including a Richard Chin masterclass—and saw multiple title streaks augmented Sunday, March 31, at Squash on Fire in Washington DC. More than 150 players from twenty-six states competed over the weekend, with matches also held across the street at Equinox. View all results here and select tournament photography here. Watch live stream replays from Court 1 on the US Squash Youtube channel. The most dramatic...

Blatchford Clyne Lifts Second U.S. Women’s Championship Trophy; Harrity Ends Hanson’s Two-Year S.L. Green Reign

The 2019 U.S. Women's Championship and S.L. Green U.S. Men's Championship culminated with both top seeds prevailing in the finals as Olivia Blatchford Clyne earned her second national title, and Todd Harrity ended Chris Hanson's two-year reign to win his third national title Saturday night, March 30, at Squash on Fire in Washington, DC. The women's final fielded two past champions aiming for their second career titles, 2017 champion Blatchford Clyne and 2014 Champion Sabrina...