Pan Am Trials

Pan Am Trials:

 
Trials for the US Men’s team to compete at the Pan American Squash Championships in Medellin, Colombia, this September are taking place this weekend at the Birmingham Athletic Club in Michigan.

With Mike Puertas and Jamie Crombie already guaranteed their places, Ryan Donegan, Chris Gordon, Gilly Lane and Beau River are competing for the remaining two spots on the team that will be managed by Chris Walker.

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Lily Lorentzen transfers to Stanford Squash

Lily Lorentzen transfers to Stanford Squash

Intercollegiate
Singles Champion Transfers to Stanford University.

Squashtalk
has learned that Lily Lorentzen, who as a Harvard freshman
this past winter became only the fourth collegian (preceded
by Gail Ramsay of Penn State in ’77, Demer Holleran of Princeton
in ’86 and Jessica Dimauro of Penn in ’96) ever to win the
women’s Intercollegiate Individual championship as a freshman,
is transferring to Stanford University this coming September.

US Open 2006

US Open 2006

BOSTON – June 21, 2006 – From the hallowed halls of Harvard
to the iconic confines of world-renowned Boston Symphony Hall, U.S.
Open Squash has had some very impressive homes. And this year is no
exception.

The prestigious tournament will move to the Back Bay Events
Centre
and onto the stage of the comfortable, 1100-seat John
Hancock Hall. Plans are also underway to increase the PSA-sanctioned
men’s division of the Open to Super Series level, thereby ensuring a
stellar field of competitors and “Top Ten” status on the men’s World
Tour.

LA Invitational

LA Invitation

Porsche of Downtown LA presented the Epstein Becker & Green North
American Men & Woman’s Professional Squash Invitational over the
weekend of June 8-11, which was held at the prestigious Los Angeles
Athletic Club