U.S. Squash is the national governing body and membership organization for the sport of squash in the United States. Founded in 1904 and headquartered in New York City, it is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, and also a member of the U.S. Olympic Committee.
U.S. Squash’s mission is to enhance people’s health and well being by increasing participation in squash, to enrich the experiences of our members of all ages, and to build awareness of the sport, valuing excellence, professionalism and fiscal responsibility.
To achieve its vision, U.S. Squash focuses on four key strategic priorities:
• Growing Membership
• Building Awareness
• Increasing Participation
• Strengthening Finances
The work of U.S. Squash touches each aspect of the sport, from urban, junior and high school squash, college squash, accredited (sanctioned) tournaments and leagues, to professional squash, coach and referee certifications, national championships and national teams.
U.S. Squash runs and invests in programs to grow participation in the sport at every level, and manages squash tournaments throughout the United States. U.S. Squash owns and operates the U.S. Open and North American Open as well as all other United States National Championships, and also selects and manages the U.S. National Teams that compete internationally, and maintains the official ratings and rankings system for U.S. players.
In addition to this work, U.S. Squash provides over $30,000 annually in value-in-kind support to the urban squash and education programs run by the National Urban Squash and Education Association (NUSEA). The Association also provides direct cash support in the form of matching grants to new programs, including urban, community, middle and high school that provide opportunities for juniors to play who otherwise would not have access to the sport.
U.S. Squash : Fit for Life