The U.S. squash community will celebrate Women in Sports Day with a panel discussion, reception, player clinics and awards presentations at the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open on Wednesday, October 10.
The panel discussion, starting at 4pm, is open to the public and titled: “Leave it all on … Continue Reading ››
The fifth-annual Character in Sports Day at the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open included a clinic for boys from the SquashSmarts program on the courts at the Kline & Specter Squash Center at Drexel. Three PSA players—Alan Clyne, Nele Gilis and Todd Harrity—joined thirty SquashSmarts student athletes … Continue Reading ››
Abby Markoe (L) and Chris Spahr
The fifth-annual Character in Sports Day at the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open was highlighted by honoring Abby Markoe and Chris Spahr.
Kevin Klipstein, the president and CEO of US Squash, welcomed a large crowd to Drexel to celebrate sportsmanship. … Continue Reading ››
Amanda Sobhy celebrates the major upset in front of the home crowd
Team USA’s Amanda Sobhy pulled off the biggest result of the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open so far, dethroning women’s defending champion Nour El Tayeb in a five-game comeback Monday night at Drexel … Continue Reading ››
(l-r standing) Chris Tejada, Ransom Gayman, Ann Marie Horner, Terry Horner, Beth Devine, Quinetta Bowden and Ross Bolling; (l-r sitting) Melliah Santos and Dasha Hammond.
Beth Devine, Anne Marie Horner and Terry Horner were honored at SquashSmarts VIP Night at the FS Investments U.S. Open with the 2018 SquashSmarts Distinguished Service Award.
Olivia Blatchford Clyne (l) and Declan James celebrate their second round victories.
The second round of the 2018 FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships yielded an intensely competitive slate of matches on Sunday with twenty of the thirty-two matches going longer than three games.
The second … Continue Reading ››
Caption, l-r: Michael Kacergis, Senen Ubina, Jonathan Lentz, James Kjorlin
The thirty-ninth annual U.S. Intercollegiate Squash Doubles Championships
were completed Sunday with riveting results. Philadelphia Cricket Club hosted the tournament, which was originally started in 1942.
Twenty-one teams came from Connecticut College, Cornell, Fordham, … Continue Reading ››
Since 2011, Drexel University has hosted the FS Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships. The country’s open national championships, founded in 1954, have been played at more than a dozen locations around the country, including Boston, Chicago, Houston, Minneapolis, New York, Providence and San Francisco. And now it has … Continue Reading ››