News Archive

11-30-11 Tough Draw For Gould And Mudge In Upcoming Big Apple Open by Rob Dinerman

11-30-11 James Willstrop Wins $165K Kuwait PSA Cup For Biggest Tour Victory by Howard Harding

11-30-11 David Palmer, PST,  In Westchester This Weekend 

Rasmus Romps To Gdansk Glory

Howard Harding On Stewart Boswell Calling It A Day

11-30-11 WSF Ambassadors Nicol David & John White "An Inspiration" To Latvian Squash 

Video: Women’s Ivy League Scrimmages by Michael Bello

US High School & Middle School Championships On Tap For Early 2012

11-30-11 US Tennis Sanctions Kid-Friendly Rules, Courts

Fixing College Sports, by Jonathan Chait

11-29-11 Willstrop & Darwish Into $165k Kuwait World Series Final by Howard Harding

Alexander Wins Saskatoon Boast For Second  PSA Tour Title In A Week 

11-29-11 Three Weeks After Landing David Palmer, PST Primed For Another Signing

11-29-11 Boswell Retirement Will Leave A Void

11-29-11 Bates’ Ariffin, Connecticut’s Curtis Named College Players of the Week, by Michael Bello

San Francisco Gladstone Doubles Slots Open

11-29-11 Video: Deception, from Peter Nicol

Egyptian Finalist Assured As Matthew Limps Out Of Kuwait Quarters by Steve Cubbins

11-28-11 Former World #4 Stewart Boswell Announces Retirement Following Kuwait Quarters Loss

Pro Squash Tour (PST) Seeks Two Interns To Help With Expansion

11-28-11 Trinity’s Assaiante Interviewed By NPR On State Of College Sports

Should Boys Be Allowed On Girls’ Teams? by Emily Sweeney

Swelim Sweeps Into Saskatoon Semis by Howard Harding

11-27-11 World Stars Give A Boost To Squash In Latvia

PSA Raises Bar With Soccer Style Draw In $165K Kuwait Cup by Rod Gilmour

11-27-11 Top Seeds Paired Up In Kuwait Quarters Draw by Howard Harding

11-27-11 Fitness Benefits From A Month Of Yoga by Michael Burgess

Anjema Axes Lincou To Make Novelty Format $165K Kuwait Quarters by Howard Harding

11-26-11 Choong Ousts Scott In Saskatoon, Canada PSA Upset

WISPA Announces New Board Members by Elliot Selby

11-26-11 Banned Pakistani #1 Atlas Khan Working Hard

Life Time Fitness Has Highest EPS Growth In Industry

Canada Tries To Stem Athlete Exodus To US Colleges

Rosner Upsets Shabana In $165K Kuwait Second Round by Howard Harding

Mayans Would Have Made Good Referees by Alan Thatcher

Gatorade Goes Back To The Lab by Duane Stanford

First Round Report: $165K World Series Kuwait Cup by Howard Harding

11-24-11 Harvard Men Win 34th Straight Season Opener

Video: World Open Final, Rotterdam - Matthew v Gaultier

Fitness: The Joys Of Running Unplugged

The First Squash Court In Cairo by Peter Heywood

2011 Ivy League Scrimmages Photo Galleries from Michael Bello

Chaloner And Price Dominate Cambridge Club Doubles Final by Rob Dinerman

11-23-11 Doubles Vision: The Squash Genius of Barbara Cooper by Will Gens

11-23-11 My PST Experience Playing David Palmer, And The No-Let Rule, by Mick Joint

11-23-11 PST Signs Greek National Champion

11-23-11 January Tournament Of Champions Schedule And Ticket Info

2012 ATCO World Series Finals Returns To Queen's by Howard Harding

11-23-11 Video: Dipika Pallikal On Becoming The First Top-20 Indian Woman

11-22-11 John White And Shane Coleman Capture Jimmy Dunn Invitational by Rob Dinerman

Australian Zac Alexander Wins PSA Rhode Island Open by Howard Harding

11-22-11 Meguid Delivers Delft Double

PSA To Try Unique Draw Format This Week In $165K Kuwait Cup

11-22-11 Women’s Draw Added To Nimick’s January Tournament Of Champions

11-22-11 PST Puts On A Good Show

11-22-11 Tennis Shortens Courts For Young Kids

It’s Mudge/Hosey vs. Price/Chaloner In Cambridge Club Final After Marathon Sunday Action by Rob Dinerman

11-21-11 David Cruises Past El Weleily For 7th Straight Hong Kong Open Title by Steve Cubbins

England’s Willstrop Wins $145K Hong Kong Open Crown by Howard Harding

11-21-11 David Palmer Wins In Cleveland For First PST Tour Title

11-21-11 Alister Walker Outlasts Adrian Grant In 100-Minute PSA Pittsburgh Final by Steven Baicker-McKee

Al Muzayen Wins Ali Bin Ali Trophy by Howard Harding

11-21-11 Weekend College Squash Highlights by Michael Bello

11-21-11 How To Strengthen Squash Wrists by Kathleen Trotter

11-20-11 Seventh Hong Kong Final For David, Will Face El Weleily For Title 

Willstrop & Darwish Celebrate First Hong Kong Final by Howard Harding

11-20-11 David Palmer, John Rooney Into PST Cleveland Championship Match

11-20-11 Grant, Walker, Razik, Cuskelly Make Pittsburgh PSA Semis

11-20-11 Day Two Report, BSPA Solent Classic by Martyn Collins-Ballands 

Defending National Champion Trinity Men Shut Out Colby In Opener

Number One Harvard Women Dominate Williams & Stanford To Begin Season

11-19-11 Gaultier Beats Matthew In 90 Minute Hong Kong Quarter by Howard Harding

Day Of Upsets As Annie Advances To Hong Kong Semis, David Eyes Another Title

11-19-11 David Palmer Advances In Debut PST Event

BSPA Solent Classic First Round Report from Tim Vail 

11-19-11 Updated CSA Men’s Team Rankings by Michael Bello

LA Fitness To Acquire 171 Clubs From Bally

Iskandar Shakes Off Shorbagy In Hong Kong by Howard Harding

Seeds Scattered In Women's Event As Hong Kong Girls Make History by Steve Cubbins

11-18-11 Top Seeds Adrian Grant, Alister Walker Advance In $25K Pittsburgh Open

US Men Could Finish An Amended 6th In Worlds, As Italy #1 Reportedly Fails Drug Test

David Palmer To Debut Tonight In Cleveland PST Classic

Cleveland Does It Right

Number One Harvard Women Open Up Today Against Stanford

Talbott’s Stanford Roster Set

Smith’s Jacqueline Zhou, Bucknell’s Rod Maier Named College Players Of The Week

Latest CSA Women’s Team Rankings Released

Westchester County Newspaper To Be Demolished For Courts & Fitness Center

Cambridge Club Doubles Set For This Weekend In Toronto by Rob Dinerman

11-17-11 Eligibility Issues Reportedly Surface For Harvard Players

11-17-11 Trinity Men Still On Top Entering Opening Weekend by David Kingsley

11-17-11 Title Dreams Burn Bright At Jadwin by Alex Junn

11-17-11 Qualifier Momen Makes Last 16 In $145K Hong Kong by Howard Harding

11-17-11 Perry Holds Off Pallikal In $75K Women's Hong Kong Open by Steve Cubbins

11-17-11 Matthew Remarkable, But Not Many Seem To Know It by Frank Keating

11-17-11 WISPA Roundup: Korean No 1 Wins Minneapolis by Elliot Selby

11-17-11 WISPA Roundup: New Zealand’s Craig Goes The Distance At Caboolture

WISPA Roundup: Joey Chan Nabs $12,000 Macau Open by Elliot Selby

11-17-11 Art Exhibit Links Squash With California Housing Crisis

11-16-11 Illingworth Plays Well But Loses To Gaultier In Hong Kong First Round

11-16-11 English Quartet Survive First Hong Kong Men’s Hurdle by Howard Harding

11-16-11 $75K WISPA Hong Kong Open First Round Underway by Steve Cubbins

11-16-11 Will Gens: Top US Men Should Stay Home And Play The PST

11-16-11 Corren Recaptures Caboolture Crown by Howard Harding

11-16-11 Trinity Women Ranked No 4 In The Nation Entering Opening Weekend, by David Kingsley

11-16-11 Canada Awarded 2014 Women’s World Team Championships

56th Annual Cate School Hardball Invitational Set For January

Updated Hardball Singles Schedule 2011-12

11-16-11 Squash Australia Says Gold Coast Games Will Leave Lasting Legacy 

11-15-11 Qualifying Complete In Hong Kong $225K Open by Steve Cubbins

11-15-11 Matthew Bids For Hong Kong First by Howard Harding

11-15-11 Razik Walks Off Court In BC Honda Open Final As Cuskelly Takes Title 

11-15-11 Nimick’s JP Morgan Tournament of Champions To Mark 15 Years At Grand Central 

Grand Central TOC Makes Yahoo List Of Top Ten Unusual Venues

11-15-11 Letter To The PST Commissioner by Will Gens

11-15-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro - Lake Forest, Illinois

11-15-11 British Open Recovery On Track, Consultants Appointed 

11-14-11 West And Morris Capture Silver Racquets Invitational by Rob Dinerman 

11-14-11 Chris Gordon Beaten In First Round Hong Kong Qualifier

11-14-11 Bradley Ball Wins PST Tuxedo Park Open

11-14-11 Alister Walker Claims $25K Dayton Open by Charlie Johnson

11-14-11 El Shorbagy Shakes Off Lincou To Win $50K Macau Open

11-14-11 Canada’s Razik Rallies To Second BC Honda Open Final by Howard Harding

$225K Hong Kong Open Report, Day One by Steve Cubbins

11-14-11 Weekend College Highlights, by Michael Bello

DC’s Drilling Tennis And Golf Shop Ends 35 Year Run

11-13-11 Ball Versus Sherbini Today For PST Tuxedo Park Title 

Razik, Nielsen Into $15K BC Honda Semis by Howard Harding

Lightning Strikes Twice In $25K Dayton PSA by Charlie Johnson

Top Seeds Shorbagy, Lincou Make Macau Final

11-13-11 More On The David Palmer PST Signing, by Will Gens

Dave Talbott’s 17-0 Yale Women Back For More, Preview by Anne Bello

11-12-11 Wilson And Sambrook Capture 25th Annual Smith-Chapman Invitational by Rob Dinerman 

11-12-11 Illingworth Beaten By Tuominen In Macau, China 2nd Round

One More Upset In Dayton PSA, by Charlie Johnson

Nielsen Knocks Out Koukal In Vancouver by Howard Harding

11-12-11 The PST Lands A Big Fish, by Mick Joint

11-12-11 Boston Harvard Club Servers Sue Over Tips

World Squash Day Called An 'Outstanding Success'

11-11-11 World #9 David Palmer Signs With US Based Pro Squash Tour (PST)

11-11-11 Illingworth Beats French Qualifier To Advance In $50k Macau Open

11-11-11 Upsets Continue In $25K Dayton PSA Open by Charlie Johnson

Top-Seed Shahier Razik Cruises In $20K BC Honda Open First Round

Nicol David First Active Player To Be Inducted Into Hall of Fame, by Howard Harding

World Squash Federation Hall of Fame Members

WISPA Recognizes Players Of The Year

Ramy Ashour Is PSA Player of the Year

11-11-11 Trinity Men’s Lineup Depleted, Record Streak In Jeopardy: Preview by Anne Bello

11-10-11 Packed House In Vancouver For $20K PSA Qualifying Finals

Day 2 Dayton: A Night Of Upsets 

Qualifying Underway In $25K PSA Dayton Open by Charlie Johnson

11-10-11 Bradley Ball Headlines Field In PST Tuxedo Open

UB Sports To Stream Today’s PST Tuxedo Park Open

11-10-11 WISPA To Rebrand As WSA by Elliot Selby

11-10-11 Wellesley’s O’Connor, Drexel’s Singh Named Players Of The Week

11-10-11 Dave Talbott’s Squads Primed To Host All-Ivy Scrimmage 

11-10-11 Guyana’s McDavid Adjusting To Coaching Vassar 

Johns Hopkins Women Poised For Third Season, Preview by Anne Bello 

11-10-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro - Concord, Massachusetts

11-9-11 Corren Retains Mackay Crown by Howard Harding

Kamran Khan Captures First Tour Title in Japan

Premier Squash League: St George's Stunned As Duffield & Surrey Health Remain Unbeaten

11-9-11 Harvard’s Ali Faraq Wins 41st Price-Bullington, by Ted Price

11-9-11 Montreal’s Storied MAAA Celebrates 130-Year Anniversary 

Kenyon Men Step Up Recruiting, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Video: Don't Rush The T, from Peter Nicol

World Squash Federation Steps Up 2020 Olympic Campaign by Howard Harding

Innovation Pitched In Latest WSF Bid

11-8-11 Nicol David To Zero In On Sarah FitzGerald’s Record 62 WISPA Titles

Video: World Open - Anjema v Gaultier

Talbott’s Stanford Men Still Facing Club Status, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Nicol David Stands Alone With Six World Opens After Routing Jenny Duncalf

11-7-11 Nick Matthew Over Greg Gaultier in 92-Minute Final To Retain World Open Title

11-7-11 Matthew’s Back-to-Backs Unprecedented In British Squash by Rod Gilmour

11-7-11 Pearson/Karlen Victorious In San Francisco Open Doubles

11-7-11 2011-12 College Season Underway, by Michael Bello

Former German National Champion Takes Over At Northwestern, Season Preview by Anne Bello

11-6-11 Champion Matthew & Gaultier To Contest World Men’s Final by Howard Harding

11-6-11 Top Seeds David, Duncalf Into Rotterdam World Women’s Final by Steve Cubbins

11-6-11 David Palmer Considers Life After The PSA

11-6-11 Video: World Open - Brown v El Weleily

11-6-11 Cameron Pilley Stunt Gets 350,000 YouTube Views

11-6-11 Navy Extends To 5-0 With Wins Over Johns Hopkins, Bucknell and Drexel

Tufts Women Lose Top Two, Season Preview by Anne Bello

11-5-11 Ramy Suffers As Gaultier Makes World Semis by Howard Harding

Mexico’s Teran Into Women’s World Semis by Steve Cubbins

11-5-11 4-Time British Open Winner David Palmer Announces PSA Retirement Following World Quarters Loss

11-5-11 Navy Blanks Fordham And Bard In Openers

Hobart Men Under New Coach Tim Riskie, Preview by Anne Bello

11-5-11 Joe McManus Digs Up 1958 Squash Story

Shabana Survives World Open Shootout by Howard Harding

World Open Women’s: Brown Over Weleily In Five To Set Up David Rematch

World Juniors Once Again Relocated From Egypt

Wendy Lawrence’s George Washington Teams Open At Home Today

US Squash To Hold December Level 1 Certification Course At Stanford

Fordham Men Return Nine, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Mexico’s Samantha Teran Beats World #5 Rachael Grinham In Rotterdam

11-3-11 World Open Day Six Men’s: Palmer Prevails Over Lincou In Thriller

Nicol David To Be Inducted Into WSF Hall of Fame by Howard Harding

11-3-11 Bold Predictions Continue For Jonathon Power Protege

11-3-11 Navy To Host 16-Team Invitational This Weekend

Cornell Women Add Deep Freshmen Class, Preview by Anne Bello

11-3-11 Sit-Ups & Crunches Under Fire

11-3-11 Five Houses On The Market With Courts

World Men’s Day Five: El Shorbagy Junior Sinks Selby In Rotterdam

11-2-11 Women’s World Open: Back To Full Speed At Victoria by Steve Cubbins

11-2-11 Italy’s Davide Bianchetti Under Scrutiny Following 1st Round World Open Disqualification

November WISPA Rankings

Tarek Momen Makes World Top 20 - November PSA Rankings, by Howard Harding

North American Players Currently Ranked In The World Top-100

Wellesley Women Feature Improved Training Venue, Season Preview by Anne Bello

11-2-11 College Men's Pre-Season Team Rankings Released

Mexico’s Cesar Salazar Scores Major World Open Upset In Rotterdam, Canada’s Razik Also Advances

11-1-11 World Open Women’s: Seattle’s Latasha Khan, Egypt’s Nour El Sherbini Through To Main Draw

11-1-11 Shoukry Shines In Madison by Howard Harding

11-1-11 Women’s College Pre-Season Rankings Released

PSA & WISPA  Reveal World Squash Awards Nominees

11-1-11 Penn Men Add Six, Season Preview by Anne Bello

11-1-11 Bowdoin Coach Fortson Announces Wide-Court Hardball Event

11-1-11 Moneyball, As Applied To Squash, by Brett Erasmus

Mudge And Gould Capture St. Louis Open by Rob Dinerman 

10-31-11 Illingworth Beaten In World Open 1st Round - Delierre Falls Short In Lincou Upset Bid

10-31-11 Matthew World Open Win Sets Up Momen Re-Match by Howard Harding

10-31-11 Rotterdam World Open Women’s Qualifying Heats Up by Steve Cubbins

Boston College Men’s Team Expands Schdule, Preview by Anne Bello 

10-30-11 Leach/Jenson Suffer Major Upset In $20K St. Louis Doubles

10-30-11 Brothers in Arms and Birthday Treat in Rotterdam - Day 2 Qualifying

10-30-11 Jahangir Weighs In On Matthew, Ashour, British Open Return

10-30-11 Egypt’s Wagih, England’s Haycocks Into Madison, WI Open Finals

Brown Men Aim For Top-10 Finish, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-30-11 World Squash Federation Seeking Donations Toward Olympic Bid

Champions Crowned In Atlantic Coast Squash Tournament by Rob Dinerman

10-29-11 Chris Walker/Mark Chaloner & Clive Leach/Matt Jenson Win Tight Openers In $20K St. Louis Doubles

10-29-11 Photos: 2011 Howe Cup Champions - National Capital of Washington, DC

USA’s Gordon Upset By Charlton In World Open 1st Round Qualifier - Canada’s Delierre, Both Mexicans Advance

10-29-11 Rod Gilmour’s World Open Preview

10-29-11 Coach Says Ashour Is A “Gift From God”

Top Seeds Wagih & Haycocks Cruise Into PSA Wisconsin Semis

10-29-11 Number Three Princeton Women Reload, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-28-11 Men’s Qualifying Begins Today In Rotterdam World Open

10-28-11 Qatar Crash Could Be Boost For Matthew In Rotterdam by Howard Harding

10-28-11 McArthur/Roberts, Khan/Ruth Advance In $20K ISDA St. Louis Qualifying, Some Players Stuck In Elevator

10-28-11 Madison Open First Round Report by Damon Bourne

10-28-11 NYC Tournament Of Champions Confirmed For January, Tickets On Sale

10-28-11 Aubrey Waddy Writes Squash-Based Novel

10-28-11 National Capital Over Philly For 2011 Women’s Howe Cup Title

10-28-11 2011 Milt Russ Hardball Slated November 19-20 In NYC

Williams Women Return Eight Starters, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-27-11 An Examination Of The Performance Of The US Men’s And Women’s Teams In The Pan American Games, by Rob Dinerman

10-27-11 Qualifying Complete In PSA $6000 Madison, Wisconsin Open by Damon Bourne

Dylan Murray, Sabrina Sobhy Nab Seattle JCT Under-19 Titles

Drexel Women Lose 6-3 To Haverford In First Ever Match

Hamilton Men Add Seven New Players, Preview by Anne Bello

Video: Australian Filmmaker Interviews PSA/WISPA Stars

10-26-11 Hosts Mexico Rode High In Pan Am Games by Howard Harding

10-26-11 Mohamed Nabil Wins PST Boston Open Title

10-26-11 English Premier League 2nd Round Features PSA/WISPA Stars

John White’s Drexel Squads Begin Varsity Era Today

Navy Men To Build On 23-10 Campaign, Preview by Anne Bello

10-26-11 7th Annual World Squash Awards To Be Presented At World Open Dinner

10-25-11 Bennett Battles To Leinster Title by Howard Harding

10-25-11 DailySquashReport Seeking Squash Fiction

2012 All Africa Juniors Announced Amidst Encouraging Growth

Banned For Poor Performance, Pakistan #1 Atlas Khan Threatens Legal Challenge

Haverford Men Return Lineup Intact, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Most Expensive Court In The UK Sold Along With House

Former Columbia Football Player Wins Wall Street Best Athlete Competition

Penn Athletes Pledge To Tackle Homophobia

Jonny Smith And Imran Khan Dominate $10K ISDA Pittsburgh Cup by Rob Dinerman 

Home Hero Golan Celebrates Santiago Success by Howard Harding

10-24-11 Coufal Over Aitken In Santiago WISPA Featuring Very Short Matches by Elliot Selby

Gaultier Rises In PSA World Series Standings

10-24-11 Video: Gaultier-Willstrop 2011 Qatar Finals Highlights

10-24-11 Wesleyan Men Feed Off Top-20 Finish, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-24-11 Sports Club/LA, Site Of WISPA Orange County Open, Sold To Equinox

Grant & Golan Reach Santiago Final by Howard Harding

10-23-11 Smith/Khan To Face McArthur/Roberts In ISDA Pittsburgh Final

10-23-11 Head Coach Shauna Flath On The Canadian Women’s Gold Medal Performance

10-23-11 Amherst Women In Rebuilding Year, Preview by Anne Bello

The Squashist: Non-Urban Program Launched On Nantucket

The Natural Progression Of College Sports, Including Squash by Gabriel Debenedetti

10-22-11 Canadian Women’s Team Brings Home Pan American Games Gold

10-22-11 Mexico Takes Men’s Pan Am Gold Medal As Galvez Closes Out Canada 

10-22-11 Gaultier Storms To $150K Qatar Classic Championship by Howard Harding

10-22-11 Nicol David Claims 5th Qatar Classic Title With Dominating Performance by Steve Cubbins

Pett Powers On In Santiago by Howard Harding

10-22-11 Drexel Women Take On First Varsity Season, Preview by Anne Bello

10-21-11 Pan Am Games: US Men Eliminated By Canada Behind Clutch Performance From Shawn Delierre

10-21-11 Pan Am Games: US Women Take Disappointing Loss, Canada To Play Colombia For Gold

10-21-11 Willstrop & Gaultier To Contest Qatar Climax by Howard Harding

10-21-11 David Tested But Will Take On Perry For Qatar Title, by Steve Cubbins

San Diego Urban Squash Director Named Coach Of The Year By Congressional Caucus, by Andrew Holets

Qualifier Pett Scores Birthday Upset In Santiago PSA

10-21-11 Pakistan Federation Replaces Controversial Official

Brown Women To Build On #9 Ranking, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-20-11 Pan Am Games: US Men Straight-Setted By Mexico, Women Win Twice To Stay Unbeaten

10-20-11 Pan Am Games: Canadian Men And Women A Combined 12-0 On The Day

Darwish & Willstrop Home In On Qatar Final by Howard Harding

David Cruises Past Error-Prone El Weleily In Qatar Quarters

10-20-11 Princeton Men Anchored By Harrity, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-20-11 Jansher Nephew Mehboob Accepts Ban

10-20-11 Ivy League Snubbed In List Of Fittest Colleges 

10-19-11 Pan Am Games: US Men Beat El Salvador In First Round Pool Play, US Women Over Brazil

Nick Matthew Upset In $150K Qatar Second Round, by Howard Harding

David, El Weleily Advance To 3rd Round $75K Qatar Match-Up, Duncalf Out 

The 2011 Jesters' Mid-America Collegiate Cup by Geoffrey McCuen

10-19-11 Harvard Women Lose Four But Add Sobhy, Season Preview by Anne Bello

The Squashist: Chelsea Piers Gets Something To Boast About

10-19-11 Carla Khan Says She Opened The Door For Female Players In Pakistan

 Hewitt-Quick Over Pierrepont-Krizek In WDSA Philadelphia Open Final by Rob Dinerman

10-18-11 Colombia’s Miguel Rodriguez Claims Pan Am Games Men’s Singles Gold

10-18-11 Teran Over Cornett For Women’s Pan Am Gold

10-18-11 Ramy Ashour Retires During Qatar First Round Match

10-18-11 $75,000 Qatar Classic: Women's Round One Complete, US Open Finalist Kasey Brown Retires

10-18-11 Jahangir Pays Tribute To Jansher In Parkinson’s Battle

Alexander Wins Biggest Title At GoodLife by Howard Harding

Eddie Charlton Wins Inaugural PSA Ixi Open

10-18-11 Fortson Energizes Bowdoin Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-17-11 Pan Am Games: US Women Miss Singles Medal Cut As Canadian Finalist Assured

10-17-11 Pan Am Games: Canada’s Delierre,  Mexico’s Salazar Twins Into Men’s Singles Medal Round - US Eliminated

10-17-11 Peru & Chile Disqualified In Pan Am Games Men’s Doubles For Not Wearing Eye Guards

Mueller Shocks Shabana In $150k Qatar Classic Upset by Howard Harding

Qatar Classic $74K WISPA: Merhan Seals Egyptian Hat-Trick, Tania Bailey Returns To Action

10-17-11 Dipika Pallikal Wins WISPA $12K Washington, DC Open by David Keating

Top Seeds Into GoodLife Ottawa PSA Final

10-17-11 Denison Men Look To Rebound, Season Preview by Anne Bello 

Top Two Seeds Advance To WDSA Philadelphia Open Final by Rob Dinerman

10-16-11 Men's Qualifying Concludes, Women's Round One At $225K Qatar Classic

10-16-11 Unseeded Perry Upsets Khan In Five In WISPA DC Open by David Keating

Creed Enjoys The Good Life In Ottawa by Howard Harding

10-16-11 Middlebury Men To Build On Best Ever Finish, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-16-11 Hamilton Women Look For New Leadership, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Egyptians Dominate Qatar Classic Men's Qualifiers by Howard Harding

10-15-11 Pallikal And Khan Cruise Into Washington, DC Semis by David Keating

10-15-11 WISPA Dread Open Semis To Be Streamed Live Today

10-15-11 Canadian Women’s Team Braces For Softball Doubles At Pan Am Games

10-15-11 Rochester Men To Defend Liberty League Title, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-15-11 Drexel Looking To Squash To Boost Athletics Future

10-15-11 Standing Up For Student Athletes At Cornell by John Weinberg

British Open Made Official

Men's Qualifying Begins In $225K Qatar Classic by Howard Harding

10-14-11 Pallikal, Khan Advance In WISPA Washington DC Open by David Keating

10-14-11 Referee Hand Signals To Be Phased Out

10-14-11 Dartmouth Women On the Bubble, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Former All-American Garwood Returns To Navy

10-14-11 Job Opening: Assistant/Touring Pro - Westchester, New York

Preview Of The 2011-12 WDSA Women’s Pro Doubles Tour by Rob Dinerman

Rodriguez Records Historic Win In Sao Paulo by Howard Harding

10-13-11 15-Year-Old Yathreb Adel Is Youngest Ever Double WISPA Titlist

10-13-11 Will Gens Sounds Off On Bryan Patterson’s 10-9-11 US Open Article

10-13-11 Cameron Pilley Cracks Brother With Forehand In Controversial Stunt

10-13-11 Peter Nicol & John White Usher In St. Paul’s Maryland Courts

Ithaca Men Gear Up For Third Season, Preview by Anne Bello

10-12-11 Rotterdam Men's World's Draw Released - Matthew, Ashour Set by Howard Harding

David Eyes Up Super Sixth World Title In Rotterdam Women’s World's by Elliot Selby

Surrey Finalists Set Off To Strong Start In New PSL Season

10-12-11 Pakistan Federation Backs Secretary Despite WSF Ban

Ramachandran Sounds Off On Olympics Inclusion Challenge

10-12-11 New Venue, Coach For Swarthmore Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-12-11 Greate Bay Hosts Hardball Squash Atlantic Coast Championships by David Benson

Finance Titans To Vie For “Wall Street’s Best Athlete”

10-11-11 WISPA Brooklyn/Philly Tour Stops May Have Far-Reaching Impact, by Rob Dinerman

10-11-11 Anjema Over Mosaad To Win Stanford NetSuite Open In Epic 100 Minute Battle

Abouelghar Conquers In Kuala Lumpur by Howard Harding

Squash Video Game Launched

Farag & Hopcroft Bolster Harvard Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Musto: You Really Should Get Two Serves

10-11-11 Atlas Khan Urges Pakistan Federation To Reconsider Ban, Blames PSF Secretary Who Is Himself Now Banned

10-11-11 Surrey Health & Racquets In Hat-Trick Bid In New PSL Season

U.S. Teams Gird Up For Quadrennial Pan American Games in Mexico by Rob Dinerman

10-10-11 Mosaad Stuns Selby At Stanford by Howard Harding

Borja Brings Title Home In Valencia by Howard Harding

10-10-11 John White Beats Power-Heath-Nicol In Succession To Claim Baltimore Legends

Connecticut College Men In Conroy Cup Hunt, Season Preview by Anne Bello

The Competitiveness Gene, by The Squashist

Bryan Patterson: A First Class US Open, But Where Were The Spectators?

10-9-11 Jansher Khan Reportedly Diagnosed With Parkinson’s Disease

10-9-11 Top Seeds Selby & Anjema Motor Into Stanford NetSuite Semis

Golan Glides Into Valencia PSA Final by Howard Harding

10-9-11 Tufts Men To Feature Underclassmen, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Colleges Should Consider Offering Sports As An Academic Major, by Sally Jenkins

10-8-11 WSF Bans Pakistan Federation Chief For One Year

10-8-11 Alister Walker Downs Illingworth At Stanford PSA, Canada’s Razik Advances

Right Here, Right Now @ The US Squash Championships – Ladies First by Tracy J. Gates

Impressions Of The US Open Men’s Final, by Tracy J. Gates

Bradley Battles To Valencia Semis by Howard Harding

US Hardball Singles 2011-12 Tournament Schedule Released

10-8-11 Hardball Needs Help, by Tefft Smith

10-8-11 Bucknell Men’s Program Entering 4th Season, Preview by Anne Bello

10-7-11 Shabana Puts On A Show In Winning US Open Title Over Matthew

10-7-11 Massaro Dominates Final Three Games To Win WISPA US Open Crown

10-7-11 DRAWS - US Open Men’s & Women’s

10-7-11 Gregg Says SquashSmarts Changing Lives In Inner City Philly

Mighty Max Downs Simpson In Valencia by Howard Harding

10-7-11 Rejuvenated British Open Likely Still On Despite Location Setback

10-7-11 All-American Chris Hanson Leads Dartmouth Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-7-11 New Courts To Jumpstart Bard Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-7-11 Life Time Fitness Expanding To Canada

US Open: Surprise Brown-Massaro Women’s Final - Matthew & Shabana In Men’s Grand Prix Rematch

10-6-11 Photos: Day 8

10-6-11 Two Thoughts On The ESPN US Open Live Streaming

10-6-11 PSA $35,000 NetSuite Open Qualifying From Stanford University

10-6-11 Dengue Fever Outbreak Forces Pakistan To Postpone National Championships

Bates Men Look To Regain Top-10, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Vassar Women Face Rebuilding Year, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-5-11 US Squash Hall Of Famers Honored During US Open, by Rob Dinerman

10-5-11 ESPN3 To Stream Today’s US Open Semifinal Matches

US Open Day 7: Shabana & Lincou Through As Massaro & Duncalf Set Up All-English Semi by Steve Cubbins

10-5-11 PHOTOS: Day Seven

10-5-11 October WISPA Rankings - El Weleily, King & Pallikal Surge, by Elliot Selby

10-5-11 Jahangir Blasts Pakistan Federation After World Teams Players Banned 

10-5-11 Mighty USC Tries To Step Up, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-4-11 Post-Mortem On The U. S. Men’s Results In The U. S. Open Qualifying Round by Rob Dinerman

10-4-11 World Champion Nicol David Stunned In US Open Quarters

10-4-11 US Open Day 6: Matthew & Willstrop Guarantee English Finalist by Steve Cubbins

10-4-11 PHOTOS: Day Six

10-4-11 Squashed in Philly, by Tracy J. Gates

10-4-11 Natalie Grainger Named Squash Director Of New 12-Court Chelsea Piers Connecticut

10-4-11 Penn Sweeps All Three Intercollegiate Doubles Titles by Anne Bello

10-4-11 Le Roux Romps To Barcelona Success by Howard Harding

10-4-11 Despite Consecutive Losses To Ashour, Matthew Retains World No 1 Ranking

10-4-11 Egyptians El Shorbagy & El Tayeb Head New WSF World Junior Rankings

10-3-11 World #2 Duncalf Ends Sobhy’s Philadelphia Run - Latasha Khan Nearly Pulls Upset

10-3-11 US Open Day 5: Anjema Ousts Palmer, Rachael Stops Raneem In Five by Steve Cubbins

10-3-11 PHOTOS: Day Five

10-3-11 Video: Final Points, Grinham v El Weleily

10-3-11 Cameron Pilley’s Final Report From Philadelphia

Wesleyan Women To Train In Arizona, Season Preview by Anne Bello

10-2-11 Sobhy Over Hawkes In Five To Qualify Into US Open - Delierre, Chris Gordon Lose In Men's 32's

10-2-11 Pallikal Qualifies Into US Open After Becoming First Indian Woman To Break Top-20

10-2-11 Rodrigues Races Through, Darwish Limps Out - Day 4, US Open, by Steve Cubbins

10-2-11 PHOTOS: Day Four

10-2-11 Banned Pakistani Three Can Play International Events, Says PSF’s Qamar Zaman

Gail Ramsay Adds Talented Freshmen Trio To Princeton Class Of ‘15

10-1-11 Amanda Sobhy Beats England’s Beddoes To Advance To US Open Qualifying Finals

10-1-11 US Open: Shorbagy Comeback Denies Boswell - Sobhy Keeps US Flag Flying  by Steve Cubbins

10-1-11 PHOTOS: Men’s 1st Round - $115,000 US Open - Philadelphia

Measure Of Revenge For Nour El Sherbini in Alexandria WISPA, by Elliot Selby

10-1-11 Pakistan’s #1 Atlas Khan Responds To Ban Over World Teams Performance

Washington University St. Louis Men Build On Strong Debut, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Bermuda Club Owes Its Start To Ginger Beer

9-30-11 Canada’s Delierre Beats French Veteran Balbo To Qualify Into US Open

9-30-11 Top Men’s Seeds Crash Out In Marathon US Open Qualifying Finals by Steve Cubbins

9-30-11 Cameron Pilley Uncorks 170 mph Forehand Against Drexel Speed Gun

9-30-11 Today’s First Round Men’s Matches, $115,000 US Open

9-30-11 El Sherbini Captures PST Bobcat Classic In Maine

9-30-11 Pakistan Federation Reportedly Bans Top Two Players For Under-Performing At World Teams

World of Squash Golf Day ’11 A Success, by Tim Garner

9-30-11 Northeastern Men Elevate Captain To Coach, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-29-11 Bloody Day For US Men's Squash, All Six Americans Lose Three-Zip In First-Round US Open Qualifiers

9-29-11 Canada’s Delierre Shocks US #1 Illingworth

9-29-11 Alexander Converts Philly Late Entry, John White Upended, by Steve Cubbins

9-28-11 US Open Men’s Qualifying Draw

9-29-11 World #16 Cameron Pilley Checks In From Philly

9-29-11 Tomorrow’s WISPA US Open Qualifying Draw Released

Farhan Fends Off Mansoor For CAS Crown by Howard Harding

Ivy League Champion Yale Men Gearing Up, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Penn Women Add Four Freshmen, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Harvard MBA Launches Racquet Up Detroit, Looks For Help

9-28-11 Q & A With Egyptian Legend Amr Shabana On The Eve Of The US Open, by Brett Erasmus

9-28-11 The British Open Is Back, As England Squash Inks Deal With Title Partner

9-28-11 More On The Return Of The British Open by David Hood

Today’s US Open Men’s Qualifying Draw

Chris Gordon Wins El Salvador PSA Challenger

9-28-11 Job Opening: Associate Pro - Edgemont, Alberta

9-28-11 Amherst Men Aim High Despite Losing Top Three, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-28-11 Dunlop Teaming Up With Harlem’s StreetSquash

9-27-11 Leg Surgery This Month For Decorated Philadelphia Veterans Harrity And Mateer by Rob Dinerman

9-27-11 Illingworth & Collegian Harrity In Action Tomorrow, US Open Men’s Qualifying Draw Released

Delierre Becomes First Home Nash Cup Champion by Howard Harding

Mehboob Over Atlas Khan In 119 Minutes In Pakistan PSA Quarters

9-27-11 Cameron Pilley’s Thoughts On The Concluded British Grand Prix

Vassar Men Look To Rebound, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Squash Canada Designates The National Squash Academy As National Centre of Excellence

El Weleily Surges To Victory In $50K WISPA Weymuller Open by Rob Dinerman

9-26-11 Ramy Ashour Defeats Nick Matthew In British Grand Prix Final by Howard Harding

9-26-11 Draw - British Grand Prix

9-26-11 Jonathon Powers To Aberdeen Legends Title by Tim Garner

9-26-11 Al Muzayen Takes PSA Kuwait Title

9-26-11 Female Models Embellished Onsite Presentation Of British Grand Prix

Illinois-Springfield Building Men’s Program, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-26-11 US Squash Announces New “Age-Up” Junior Rankings Policy

El Weleily Spectacular In Weymuller Semis Win by Rob Dinerman

9-25-11 *Live Streaming - WISPA Weymuller Final 2:00pm EST

9-25-11 Matthew & Ashour To Star In Dream British Grand Prix Final by Howard Harding

9-25-11 Draw - British Grand Prix

9-25-11 Delierre Downs Knight In Nash Cup Upset

9-25-11 Power Over Nicol To Gain Aberdeen Legends Final, by Tim Garner

9-25-11 Musto On The Keys To An Effective Serve

Smith Women Add Depth, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-24-11 Madeline Perry Rallies Into $50,000 Weymuller Semis by Rob Dinerman

9-24-11 Darwish & Ashour Set Up All-Egyptian British Grand Prix Semi by Howard Harding

9-24-11 Today’s Matthew-Shabana Preview by Howard Harding 

9-24-11 Draw - British Grand Prix

9-24-11 Garner Shocks Nicol In Aberdeen Legends by Stuart Fraser

Shoukry Shoots Through To Nash Cup Ontario Semis

9-24-11 Home Hero Al Muzayen Makes Kuwait Final

9-24-11 Johns Hopkins Men Hungry For More, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-24-11 Peter Marshall -- The Genius Of Doing It Differently by Will Gens

Perry Prevails Over Pallikal In Weymuller by Rob Dinerman

9-23-11 Matthew & Shabana Make Rowe British Grand Prix Semis by Howard Harding

9-23-11 Draw - British Grand Prix

9-23-11 Pro Squash Tour (PST) Bates College Bobcat Classic Preview, by Justin Pelletier

9-23-11 Canadians Shine In Nash Cup Main Draw by Dave Morrish

9-23-11 Bader Battles To Conquer Khan In PSA Jena International 

Connecticut College Women Return Starters, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-23-11 NYC Little Italy Parking Garage To Become Mansion With Court

9-22-11 India’s Pallikal Bests Sobhy In Final Round Of Weymuller Qualifying

9-22-11 London Pair Progress To British Grand Prix Quarters by Howard Harding

9-22-11 Drexel’s John White Names Zimbabwe Native Sean Wilkinson Assistant Coach

9-22-11 No Political Statement Intended, Nour Bahgat Just Wants To Play by Justin Pelletier

9-22-11 PSA $10K London, Ontario Nash Cup, Day Two by Dave Morrish

WSF Unveils New Corporate Logo

9-21-11 Selby Scrapes Through To Rowe British Grand Prix Last 16 by Howard Harding

9-21-11 NYAC Honors 9/11 Casualty And Reigning Club Champion Derek Sword by Rob Dinerman

Amanda Sobhy Advances In $50K Weymuller Qualifying - Blatchford, Khan Ousted

9-21-11 WISPA Carol Weymuller Open Streaming Live In Its Entirety 

PSA $10,000 Nash Cup Underway In London, Ontario by Dave Morrish

Ohio’s Denison Names Stephen Neal New Head Coach, by Michael Bello

University of Washington Men Add New Faces, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-20-11 Bowdoin Women Add Five To Roster, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-20-11 England Stars Dominate British Grand Prix Openers

9-20-11 Ricketts Rules At St George’s Hill Legends

9-20-11 Lezaud Celebrates First Tour Title Win In Costa Rica by Howard Harding

Jon Oxman Inducted Into Women’s College Squash Hall Of Fame

9-20-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro, Philadelphia

9-19-11 Nicol & Power Stopped As John White And Anthony Ricketts Gain Legends Final

9-19-11 38-Year-Old Latasha Khan Wins Southwest Open 

Final Qualifying As Ryder Boosts Home Interest In British Grand Prix by Howard Harding

Today’s First Round British Grand Prix Match-Ups

9-19-11 New Era For Drexel Men, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Ultimate Sports Parent Marv Marinovich Still At It

Ricketts Beats Nicol, Stays Hot On Day Two Of St. George’s Hill Legends

9-18-11 Photos: Legends Tour - St. George’s Hill

Haverford Women Settled Under Niki Clement, Season Preview by Anne Bello

More Warnings About Overuse Injuries In Young Athletes

Harrow Opens Retail Store In Greenwich, Connecticut

NCAA Clarifies Policies On Transgender Athletes

Franklin & Marshall Men Returning Strong, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-17-11 38-Year-Old Latasha Khan Through To Phoenix WISPA Finals

9-17-11 Day One - British Grand Prix Qualifying - World Junior Champion El Shorbagy Advances 

9-17-11 British Grand Prix Main Draw Preview by Howard Harding

9-17-11 Pro Calendar

9-17-11 Job Opening: Pro, Sports Club/LA - Upper East Side NYC

9-17-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro, Niagara On The Lake, Ontario

9-16-11 Ashour Beats Matthew Again To Capture Nimick’s Boston Showdown

9-16-11 Talented Egyptian Trio Derailed As Top-Seeds Khan, Manetta Advance In Phoenix WISPA

9-16-11 British Grand Prix Major Begins Today With Tough Qualifying, No North Americans In Draw

Ex World #1s Jonathon Power, John White In Legends UK Action Today

9-16-11 Columbia Women Re-Load For Program’s Second Year, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-16-11 Star-Studded Field Aligned For World Open In Rotterdam by Howard Harding

Eight Graduates Of New York’s CitySquash Program Starting College

9-15-11 Egyptian Teenagers Hany, Adel, Mahmoud Qualify Into $12K WISPA Southwest Open

9-15-11 Loaded British Grand Prix Qualifying Underway Tomorrow by Howard Harding

9-15-11 Cornell Men Led By Returning All-American Nick Sachvie, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Alleged $400k Corruption In Commonwealth Games Court Construction

Bates Women Hail From 3 Urban Programs, 7 Countries - Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-14-11 Nimick’s Ashour-Matthew-Power-Nicol Boston Showdown Tonight

Delaware Investments Latest In Philly Financial Sector To Sponsor Niche Sport

Olympics Bid Frontman Mike Lee Says Third Time Is An Advantage

Former Pakistani Great Qamar Zaman:  “Hardly Any New Talent”

San Francisco Men’s Clubs Thriving, Women’s Clubs Hurting

9-14-11 SquashSmarts Looking For Volunteer Instructors & Academic Tutors

9-14-11 Video: Hisham Ashour-Daryl Selby Vancouver 2011

Mark Talbott’s Stanford Women Seek Elusive Top-5 Finish, Season Preview by Anne Bello

Rafa Retains Brazil Open PSA Crown by Howard Harding

Dunlop And US Squash Extend Ball Agreement

9-13-11 USTA National Coach Tim Mayotte Says American Tennis In “Sorriest” State Ever

9-13-11 Young Duke Men’s Program To Gain Experience, Season Preview by Anne Bello

9-13-11 My 9/11 by The Squashist

9-12-11 Dipika Pallikal Of India Stops Egyptian Teenager Yathreb Adel To Win Orange County Open

9-12-11 Koukal And Alarcon To Contest Brazil Open PSA Final

9-12-11 Belfast & Paderborn Win European Club Crowns by Howard Harding

Columbia Men Moving Up, Season Preview by Anne Bello

London’s Rich Go Underground To Add Swimming Pools, Squash Courts

Intense Aussie World Cup Rugby Coach Ran Through Squash Back Wall

England’s Peter Genever Said To Be Named Malaysian National Coach

9-11-11 World Squash Day Remembers Derek Sword And September 11th, 2001

9-11-11 Ten Years After September 11, Sports Are Bigger Than Ever by Michael Rosenberg

9-11-11 Sports World Helped The Healing Process by Tara Sullivan

9-11-11 Ten Years Later, Sports Remain A Healing Force by David Wharton

9-11-11 Amid Tears, Time To Cheer by Mike Lupica

9-11-11 Sports Help Muslims Cope With Fallout From 9/11 by Paul Newberry

9-11-11 15-Year-Old Egyptian Qualifier Adel Over Latasha Khan In Orange County Semis

Latasha Khan, Top Seed Pallikal Into Orange County Semis

Squashing The Education Gap by Cassandra Dacosta

9-10-11 Town Sports Claims 1,000 Job Openings Despite Economy, Includes Pros

Job Openings - Multiple Pros, Northeast

11 Singles And 1 Doubles Court On Tap At Chelsea Piers CT, Summer 2012 Opening Targeted

Bowdoin Tries To Move Past Forfeiture of NESCAC Hockey Title Amidst Hazing Allegations, Squash Cited

9-10-11 University Of Virginia Women’s Season Preview by Anne Bello

PSA To Initiate Referee Video Review At Major Events by Howard Harding

9-9-11 Egyptian Qualifier Upsets Canadian Champion Ranieri In WISPA Southern California 1st Round

9-9-11 US Open Qualifying Fields Set - Harrity, Murray Get Spots

9-9-11 US Squash Lands Delaware Investments As US Open Title Sponsor

Former Harvard Coach Satinder Bajwa Brings Sport To Indian Village

Vanderbilt Men’s Season Preview, by Anne Bello

9-9-11 Whether Parents Should Bribe Kids To Play, by Katie Culver

John White Replaces Ousted Jonathon Power As WSF Ambassador

9-8-11 $9K WISPA Orange County Open Main Draw Set - Two Egyptians Qualify

9-8-11 WISPA Players Take Time Out To Enjoy Southern California Lifestyle

9-8-11 Matthew Wants Less Polite UK Crowds As He Sets Sights On British Grand Prix

Former World No. 3 Anthony Ricketts Returns To Competitive Action On Legends Tour

The DAC To Host 2011-12 PST Championship

Pro Squash Back In Detroit, by Mick Joint

Middlebury Women’s Season Preview by Anne Bello

Accused Ex-Main Line Coach Pleads Not Guilty

9-7-11 2009 Intercollegiate Champion Bahgat Is First Woman To Compete On PST Tour

9-7-11 English Shine In European Masters by Howard Harding

WSF Opens Office In Lausanne As Part Of Olympics Campaign

9-7-11 Malaysia Tries To Plan For Post-Nicol David Era 

9-7-11 Old Foes Peter Nicol, Jonathon Power To Square Off In Aberdeen Legends

9-7-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro, Field Club Of Greenwich CT

SF Bay Club Hires Trinity’s George DiSesa As Full-Time Pro

9-6-11 El Shorbagy Over Anjema 15-13 In The Fifth To Win Colombian Open by Howard Harding

9-6-11 Hindle Makes It A Double In Australia

Liu Tsz-Ling Wins First WISPA Title In North Shore by Elliot Selby

Sports Medicine Under Scrutiny, As Hype May Outpace Proven Treatments   

Mr. Wyskers Never Set Foot On A Squash Court, by Will Gens

South African Siyoli Waters Captures $7K WISPA Washington, DC Open

Top Seeds El Shorbagy, Anjema Into $35k PSA Colombia Final by Howard Harding 

World #82 Chris Gordon Wildcarded Into US Open Main Draw

Job Opening: PT Squash & Fitness, Detroit, Michigan

Federer Blasts US Open Tennis Mid-Match Retirements

9-4-11 Waters And Selby Go The Distance To Reach WISPA Washington DC Final

Peter Nicol OT In The Fifth Over Simon Parke To Win Ipswich Legends Title, by Alistair Livingstone

Rodriguez Rallies Into Colombian Open Semis by Howard Harding

Bob Giardina - From Humble Beginnings At Town Squash To CEO Of Town Sports International

Catching Up With Former US Women’s Great Alicia McConnell

Semis Set In WISPA Washington, DC - North Americans Out

Walker Waltzes Into Colombian Open Quarters by Howard Harding

9-3-11 Lord Ganesha of Zimbabwe Squash - Part Two

9-3-11 Illingworth Moves Up To World #27, Highest Career Ranking

9-3-11 Older Athletes Pushing Limits Despite Reduced Cardiac Output

9-3-11 Half-Off US Open Tickets Through Monday

An Examination Of The USA Men’s Seventh-Place Finish At The World Team Championships by Rob Dinerman

9-2-11 The Story Of Lord Ganesha of Zimbabwe Squash by Will Gens

9-2-11 King On Verge Of Top Ten In September WISPA Rankings by Elliot Selby

9-2-11 Matthew Barely Holds Off Ashour In New PSA Rankings by Howard Harding

9-2-11 Job Opening: Assistant Pro - Natick,  Massachusetts

9-2-11 Job Opening: Capitol Squash, Hartford CT

9-2-11 WSF President Ramachandran Honored in India

9-1-11 Top Four Historic MWT Finishers

Pan Am Games Next Stop For US Team, Guadalajara Gearing Up

9-1-11 England Internationals Set To Avenge World Title Defeat At British Grand Prix by Howard Harding

Willstrop Reflects On Final Agony In Germany

9-1-11 Video: Ashour v Gaultier - World Teams Semis

9-1-11 Job Opening: St. Luke’s School -  New Canaan, Connecticut

Hindle Takes SquashWorks PSA Title by Howard Harding

8-31-11 New Documentary On Jahangir Khan - Producer Tailed Star For Twelve Years

8-31-11 PST May Require Eyewear - No-Let Rule A Factor

Tennis Star Djokovic Convinced Pressure Chamber Boosts Fitness

San Diego Junior Player Commended For Significant Research Project

8-31-11 Silicon Valley Estate Hits Market For $49 Million, Court Included

Canada’s Shawn Delierre Quietly Posts Best Worlds Mark Of North Americans

Matthew Says Ashour Has Raised The Bar

8-30-11 Job Opening: Assistant Coach - Brown University

8-30-11 A Prodigy’s Life In Pakistan And The Power Of One, by Brett Erasmus

Video: Jonathon Power On Playing Defense

8-30-11 St Lukes’ Catherine McLeod To Offer CT Public Access Program

8-30-11 Ex NYC Player Nyad Reflects On 2nd Failed Cuba To Florida Swim Attempt

8-29-11 2011-12 ISDA Doubles Preview And Projected Schedule by Rob Dinerman

8-29-11 For Willstrop And Matthew, Hard To Accept Egypt Defeat

8-29-11 Removal Of Jonathon Power Slammed By PST’s McManus

8-29-11 Tennis Grapples With Drug-Testing Issues

Pro Calendar - September 2011

8-29-11 Former NA Open Champ Niederhoffer On Losing Sportsmanlike

8-29-11 Michigan Realigns With US Squash by Mick Joint

US Defeats India For 7th Place In Paderborn, Highest US Finish Since ’83 Hardball Squad

Egypt Clinches World Title After Thrilling Final by Howard Harding

8-28-11 Disappointing Ending For Both Teams, As Canada Beats Mexico For 15th Place

8-28-11 FINAL RESULTS: 2011 World Team Championships

8-28-11 Coach Assaiante Files Final Report From Paderborn

Organizers Hopeful World Teams Bolstered Olympics Chances

8-28-11 Once-Mighty Pakistan Finishes 22nd In Paderborn, “Immediate Inquiry” Urged

8-27-11 Update: Egypt Defeats England 2-1 
To Retain World Championship

#1 Rami Ashour d Nick Matthew 3-0

11-7, 11-9, 14-12

#3 Peter Barker d Hisham Ashour 3-0

11-6 11-9 11-7

#2 Karim Darwish d James Willstrop 3-1

11-5 13-11 9-11 11-4

8-27-11 Update: US Defeats India 2-0 To Finish 7th

#1 Illingworth d Ghosal  11-9 2-11 13-11 11-7

#3 Todd Harrity d Mahesh Mangaonkar  6-11 11-5 7-11 11-2 11-5

US Men Play India For 7th Place Following Disappointing Loss To Malaysia

8-27-11 England & Egypt To Contest World Final In Paderborn by Howard Harding 

8-27-11 Coach Paul Assaiante Checks In From Germany

8-27-11 Final Day Lineup - 2011 World Team Championships

8-27-11 Egyptian Coach Predicts England Will Decline As Squash Powerhouse 

Video: Lincou-Darwish Final Points 

8-27-11 Pakistan Senator Says Squash Federation “Heads Should Roll” 

Mamaroneck Club Braces For Hurricane Flooding 

8-26-11 Update: Egypt Goes The Distance To Beat France

#2 Thierry Lincou FRA d Karim Darwish EGY 11-7 3-11 12-10 4-11 11-6

#1 Rami Ashour EGY d Greg Gaultier FRA 11-6 11-6 11-6

#3 Mohamed El Shorbagy EGY d 
Mathieu Castagnet FRA 14-12 9-11 9-11 11-7 11-6

England Over Australia 2-0

#2 James Willstrop ENG d Cameron Pilley AUS 11-7 11-8 11-2

#1 Nick Matthew ENG  d David Palmer AUS 11-5 11-8 11-5

 Malaysia Defeats US 2-0

#2: Ong Bee Hee beats Chris Gordon 9-11 11-8 11-4 11-4

#1 Mohamed Azlan beats Julian Illingworth  6-11 11-2 11-4 11-4

Following Egypt Loss, USA Plays Malaysia Today In Defining Match For Players And Coaches

8-26-11 Top Four Seeds Make World Semi-Finals In Paderborn by Howard Harding

8-26-11 US Assistant Coach Gareth Webber Checks In Following Egypt Loss

8-26-11 Team Canada Head Coach Provencal Reports From Paderborn

8-26-11 Today’s Men’s World’s Line-Up - All 32 Teams 

Jahangir Says Pakistani Squash Authorities “Must Leave Their Posts” Following World’s Debacle

8-26-11 Current Irish National Champion John Rooney Named Yale Assistant Coach

8-26-11 Squash Barely Makes Harvard List Of 25 Greatest Moments

8-25-11 Update: Egypt Defeats US 2-0

#1 Darwish beats Illingworth 11-4  11- 4  11-2

#2 El Shorbagy beats Gordon 11-9  11-8  11-4

US Men Face Egypt Today In World Quarters Following Win Over Canada

8-25-11 Assaiante, Provencal, Illingworth Weigh In Following US-Canada Clash

8-25-11 Mexico Suffers Brutal Loss To Italy

8-25-11 Egypt Pressed By Germany - Round-of-16 Wrap Up, by Howard Harding

8-25-11 Jonathon Power Dropped From WSF Ambassador Programme After Alleged Failed Drug Test Surfaces