Amr Shabana offers insight to World #1 Raneem El Welily
"All the best coaches are in the stands" is a saying that absolutely rings true at the Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships at Drexel University.
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SquashSmarts celebrates on the ASB GlassCourt: (l-r) Jose-Rubert-Zayas, Tempest Bowden, Lisa Stokes, Andy Nehrbas, Eric Zillmer, Molly Pierce, Melissa Gray and Chase Lenfest; (front holding banner) Joshua Morales
Group nights at the Delaware Investments U.S. Open is a common way for friends to … Continue Reading ››
U.S. Open Junior Day 2015 was a rousing success at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Each year since the Open first came to Philadelphia in 2011, Junior Day has been a highlight of the ten-day Open.
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Emma Beddoes aims a shot just above the new lower tin
Three years after the Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships at Drexel University became the first major championship on the PSA World Tour to … Continue Reading ››
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Just before the evening matches on the glass show court, sixteen of the over 280 2014-2015 US Squash Scholar Athlete Award recipients were recognized before hundreds of squash fans at the Daskalakis Athletic Center. Many of the scholar athletes on … Continue Reading ››
The second day of main draw play, another sixteen matches—eight on the glass court, eight on the DAC court—as the last sixteen in the men's and women's draws were decided.
Sobhy keeps U.S. hopes alive as Coppinger routs Rodriguez
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Harvard graduates Ali Farag (class of 2014) and Amanda Sobhy (class of 2015) are joined in the main draw by Sobhy's sister, Sabrina (l), who is a Crimson freshman.
"One and done" is a common refrain for many top athletes participating in … Continue Reading ››
The global phenomenon of World Squash Day reached a fever pitch today in Philadelphia.
Founded in 2002, World Squash Day engages players and fans and the public all around the world. This year money was raised for UNICEF, the world’s largest children’s charity, … Continue Reading ››