For Schools, Colleges and Clubs
Who is using it?
Team squash is a core element of the game in the U.S. There are thousands of team matches every winter across the country, running from youthful ones—middle school, high school and collegiate team play— to adults in league play and championships like the Howe Cup. In intercollegiate play last year alone, there were nearly a thousand dual matches. Until recently, though, no one easily could follow the story of an unfolding match. Court assignments, lineups, the score— it was all a mystery.
Greg Born was a typical squash parent. He first learned about squash through his children who picked up the game as teenagers. His son David played for the Bates Bobcats, and when Born attended David’s matches there was often whispering in the gallery: “What’s the overall score—who’s winning? Who is playing next?“