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CSA Acknowledges Winter Sport Shut Downs; Announces March Initiative

College Squash News - Fri, 2020-11-13 15:05
The College Squash Association (CSA) recognizes that two additional conferences which sponsor squash – the Ivy League and the Liberty League – have recently cancelled 2020-2021 competition for their winter sports programs. The CSA shares in the disappointment and sadness being felt by college squash players and fans this week, even while the leagues’ decisions were rightfully based on […]

CSA Reminders About College Showcase Events

College Squash News - Fri, 2020-11-06 11:23
Playing college squash is a highlight for many squash players. Opportunities exist for interested junior squash players at all levels, from top-ranked college varsity programs to club teams. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the traditional process for evaluating college prospects has been disrupted this year – both in the realm of athletics and also more […]

CSA Introduces Three New Board Members

College Squash News - Wed, 2020-10-28 07:07
The College Squash Association (CSA) has confirmed three new members of its Board of Directors, who are all set to serve terms through the 2021-2022 season. Richard Chin joins the Board as an independent director with over four decades of experience in squash. One of the most well-known faces on the U.S. squash scene, Chin is […]

Atlanta Community Squash – Assistant Squash Professional

College Squash News - Mon, 2020-10-26 15:10
Position: Assistant Squash Professional Location: Atlanta Community Squash (Proud home to A+ Squash) Salary: Based on experience and qualifications Education: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum Level 1 Coaching Certification preferred Start Date: January 2021 About ACS (Atlanta Community Squash) Comprising of 5 singles courts and 1 hardball doubles court, ACS provides affordable access to Squash […]

Hall of Fame & Lifetime Achievement Award Nominations Open

College Squash News - Thu, 2020-10-15 15:01
The nomination form for College Squash Hall of Fame recognition and the Arthur Blasberg, Jr. Lifetime Achievement Award is now open for responses. CSA encourages all nominations for the current cycle to be submitted by no later than December 1, 2020. Use this link to submit a nomination. Induction into the College Squash Hall of […]

CSA Statement Following NESCAC Winter Sports Cancellation

College Squash News - Fri, 2020-10-09 08:07
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC), whose 11 members all sponsor CSA varsity teams, announced yesterday that the NESCAC Presidents “unanimously decided to cancel all conference competition, including conference championships, for the winter season.” We appreciate and support the NESCAC administrators prioritizing the health and safety of their student-athletes through this decision, despite […]

Executive Director – Beyond Walls: Urban Squash Twin Cities

College Squash News - Tue, 2020-09-22 13:02
HISTORY OF BEYOND WALLS: Founded in 2011, Beyond Walls is a Twin Cities based out-of-school time, youth development program. Our exceptional program combines physical fitness education -through the racquet sport of squash with academic mentoring, college readiness, and community service. Our multi-year commitment to our students makes a deep impact in the lives of youth […]

CSA and US Squash Coordinate on Response to COVID-19 Challenges

College Squash News - Fri, 2020-08-07 14:29
Events over the last five months have impacted and challenged all of us dramatically. Institutions and activities that we have relied on for years disappeared or were put on hold, causing heartbreak and, in some cases, considerable loss. Intercollegiate sports have not been immune, with over 300 varsity programs being discontinued across the country. Unfortunately […]

Sign Petition to Save GW Varsity Squash

College Squash News - Tue, 2020-08-04 08:42
Last week, George Washington University announced that it would be discontinuing seven varsity sports programs, including men’s and women’s squash. The CSA is disappointed with this news and is interested in assisting efforts to convince the George Washington administration to reconsider its decision. In response to the GW’s announcement, alumni and student-athletes from the teams […]

U.S. Women Finish With Win Over Czech Republic

US Squash News - Sat, 2012-11-17 18:01

The United States defeated the Czech Republic to finish in 13th place overall at the 2012 Women's World Team Championship in Nimes, France. Sabrina Sobhy gave the U.S. the early lead with a straight game win over Anna Klimundova and the match was clinched when Natalie Grainger stopped Olga Ertlova, also in three straight.

U.S. Sweeps Mexico

US Squash News - Fri, 2012-11-16 15:08

The United States defeated Mexico in three straight matches and will now face the Czech Republic in the 13/14 playoff at the 2012 Women's World Team Championship in Nimes France.

South Africa Defeats U.S. at Worlds

US Squash News - Thu, 2012-11-15 16:27

South Africa defeated the United States, 2-1, in the 9/16 playoff round at the 2012 Women's World Team Championship in Nime, France. The U.S will now face Mexico, who lost to the Netherlands.

U.S. Bows to Australia

US Squash News - Thu, 2012-11-15 16:18

Defending champion Australia swept the United States 3-0, advancing to the quarterfinals at the 2012 Women's World Team Championship in Nimes, France. Next up for the U.S. is South Africa, which nearly upset fourth seeded Hong Kong in their round of 16 match.

U.S. Women Top Japan to Advance at World Championships

US Squash News - Tue, 2012-11-13 17:43

The U.S. Women secured a position in the round of 16 by defeating Japan, 2-1, in the final round of pool play at the 2012 Women's World Team Championships in Nimes, France. The U.S. will now face defending champion Australia, with a quarterfinal berth on the line.

U.S. Drops Opener to New Zealand

US Squash News - Tue, 2012-11-13 09:22

New Zealand defeated the United States 3-0 in the first round of pool play at the 2012 Women's World Team Championships in Nimes, France. The U.S. squares off today against Japan, who also fell to New Zealand, in the final match of Pool E.

U.S. Set for Pool Play in France

US Squash News - Mon, 2012-11-12 09:24

The United States will open pool play today when they face a tough New Zealand squad at the 2012 Women's World Team Championships in Nimes, France. The U.S., seeded 12th and assigned to Pool E, which also includes Japan, will be led by Natalie Granger playing in the #1 position, followed by Sabrina Sobhy and Olivia Fiechter. Maria Elena Ubina is the alternate, replacing the injured Kristen Lange.

Impact of Hurricane Sandy on U.S. SQUASH

US Squash News - Wed, 2012-10-31 14:36

Many across the entire Northeast are clearly adversely affected by the severity of the recent storm. Foremost, we wish to express our concern for all those in the squash community and sincerely hope that you and your family are safe.

Canada Tops U.S. to Win Can-Am Cup

US Squash News - Mon, 2012-10-29 10:20

Canada defeated the United States 43.5-40.5 to win th 2012 Can-Am Cup title this past weekend in Buffalo, NY. The bi-annual doubles squash tournament featured the best teams from both countries in open and age group competition.

Can-Am Cup Set for Buffalo

US Squash News - Fri, 2012-10-26 12:50

The 2012 Can-Am Cup, the bi-annual doubles squash tournament between the United States and Canada, will be held this weekend, October 26-28, in Buffalo, New York. This exciting, Ryder Cup like competition, will feature the best doubles teams from both countries.

World Squash Day Celebrated

US Squash News - Thu, 2012-10-25 07:47

More than 800 clubs representing 40,000 players registered to take part in the World Squash Day Challenge which demonstrated global support for the sport’s 2020 Olympic bid. World Squash Federation Chief Executive Andrew Shelley said, “It was wonderful to see the worldwide squash community come together in one massive match. It clearly illustrated the passion the whole sport has for squash’s Olympic bid, as well as promoting squash at the national and local level.

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