There’s something I love about squash and how it gives kids skills for life. Could be true of any sport. But it happens to be true about squash. There is […]
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I’m in Philadelphia. At a Girls U11 Gold Squash Tournament. A glass door opens and my daughter, Ellie, exits the court, eyes downcast, shoulders slumped. She has just played a […]
Dear T Family! As the year draws to a close and we get ready for 2019, let’s pause to recall a few of the highlights from 2018. In January, Coach […]
After a recent weekend of coaching Junior Squash, I was thinking about what is beautiful about the competitive experience for children and why I love to coach. The daily tasks […]
I’ve been thinking about parents and kids and the junior squash scene. What is the role of parental love vs pushing for performance; and how does this impact the way […]
What is the point of competing in squash? To achieve a ranking or lift a tropy? Or is there something else that our kids can develop through the athletic experience? […]
Squash is a canvas where I paint beauty into the world. In recent months, I have worked with a few talented athletes who all share one thing in common. Gifted […]
On November 30th – December 2nd, the Mid West Regionals Junior Championships will be held at The T. This is our second time hosting this premiere event. Kids from across […]
Summer squash camps are a great way to include exercise and fun into those long summer days. Our squash camps are directed by our professional squash coaches and full of […]
v. On Monday 13th November, Adam Murrills of England will be coming to the club. He has appeared in 12 World Tour Finals with 3 World Tour Titles to his […]