US SQUASH

The World Team Squash Championships are a biennial international squash event organized by the World Squash Federation.

Teams of three or four players from nations around the world compete in the championships, which are held in a different country each time. The men’s and women’s World Team Squash Championships are held in alternating years.

In 2013, the Men’s World Team Squash Championship was held in Mulhouse, France where Team USA finished 12th place. In 2014, the U.S. women recorded its best finish in history, fifth place, in Niagara-on-the-lake, Canada. In 2015, the Men’s World Team Squash Championship will be held in Kuwait, December 12-18.

2015 Men’s World Team Squash Championship selection criteria is to be determined.

Since 1995, Squash has been a sport of the Pan American Games.  The Pan American Games are a major sporting event held between athletes from nations of the Americas every four years in the year preceding the Olympic Games. Thousands of athletes participate in a variety of sporting competition. The Pan American Games were last held in Guadalajara, Mexico in 2011, and the next edition of the Games will be held in Toronto, Canada in 2015.

2015 Pan American Games Athlete Selection Criteria

US SQUASH
ATHLETE SELECTION PROCEDURES
2015 PAN AMERICAN GAMES
SQUASH February 4, 2015

1. SELECTION SYSTEM

1.1. Provide the minimum eligibility requirements for an athlete to be considered for nomination to the Team:

1.1.1. Nationality/Passport requirements:

Athlete must be a national of the United States at the time of nomination.

Athlete must hold a valid U.S. passport that will not expire for six months after the conclusion of the Games.

1.1.2. Minimum International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and/or Pan American Sport Organization (PASO) (PAG and PPAG only) standards for participation:

Any competitor in the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American or Parapan American Games must be a national of the country of the National Olympic Committee (NOC) or National Paralympic Committee (NPC) which is entering such competitor. For additional information regarding an athlete who is a national of two or more countries, has changed his or her nationality or acquired a new nationality, refer to the IOC Charter (Rule 42), the IPC Handbook (Section 2, Chapter 3.1), or the PASO Statutes (Article XXII, Sections
4 and 5).

1.1.3. Minimum International Federation (IF) and/or Continental Federation
(CF) (PAG and PPAG only) standards for participation (if any):

Not applicable

1.1.4. Other requirements (if any):

• Comply with all World Squash Federation eligibility requirements regarding international championships
• Have no documented serious on-or off-court conduct violations of the US Squash Code of Conduct (http://www.ussquash.com/wp- content/uploads/2013/09/Code-of-Conduct-Final.pdf)
• Comply with all US Squash Team policies including the US Squash Code of Conduct

1.2. Tryout Events:

1.2.1. Provide the event names, dates and locations of all trials, events and camps to be used as part of the selection process.

Primary Selection Events:

• Professional Squash Association (PSA for men) tournaments, a listing of events can be found at http://www.psaworldtour.com/.
• Women’s Squash Association (WSA for women) tournaments, a listing of events can be found at http://www.wsaworldtour.com/.

Athlete will earn ranking points dependent on results of their respective tours. Rankings as of March 1, 2015 will be calculated by the PSA and WSA and will be used to determine eligibility for nomination to the 2015 Pan American Games Team. Rankings can be found at the following websites:

http://www.psaworldtour.com/
http://www.wsaworldtour.com/

Secondary Selection Events:
• The 2015 U.S. Championships (Men’s and Women’s Closed) at the University of Virginia, Boar’s Head, VA held March 13-15,
2015. An open tournament US citizens only.

1.2.2. Provide event names, dates, locations and description of how athletes qualify for the trials, events and camps listed above in 1.2.1. (if any).

Not applicable

1.3. Provide a comprehensive, step-by-step description of the method that explains how athletes will go through the selection process to become Team nominees (include maximum Team size).

The maximum Team Size for the 2015 Pan American Games is three (3) Men and three (3) Women.

1. The highest-ranked player in the top 50 of the PSA Singles Ranking (Men’s) and WSA Singles Ranking (Women’s) as of the March 2015 rankings (generally released on March 1, however March 1, 2015, is on a Sunday and the ranking therefore could be released on Monday, March
2, 2015,) will automatically qualify for the 2015 PAG’s.

In the event of a tie:

The season long head to head record between the tied players in sanctioned events will decide who will receive the automatic qualification.
If the players are still tied, the player that has won the most recent head to head match-up in either a nationally or internationally sanctioned event will receive the automatic qualification.

2. After criteria 1 is applied, any remaining positions will be filled with a combination of objective and discretionary criteria considering the highest placed finishers from the 2015 U.S. Championships and discretionary criteria listed in Section 2.

In the event of a tie:
The season long head to head record between the tied players in sanctioned events will decide who will receive the automatic qualification.
If the players are still tied, the player that has won the most recent head to head match-up in either a nationally or internationally sanctioned event will receive the automatic qualification.

2. DISCRETIONARY SELECTION (if applicable)

2.1. Provide rationale for utilizing discretionary selection (if any):

The Head Coach, in consultation with the National Teams Selection Committee, will make an assessment of the athlete’s performance ability and potential for success to determine which athletes will comprise the final members of the 2015 Pan American Team as well as which athletes will compete in the Singles and Doubles events at the 2015 Pan American Games.

2.2. List the discretionary criteria and explain how they will be used (if any):

In determining the final members of the 2015 Pan American Games Team, the Head Coach and National Team Selection Committee (NTSC) will consider the following:
• PSA and WSA Ranking
• The final finishing positions and head-to-head match results from the
2015 U.S. Championships (Men’s and Women’s Closed)
• A player’s recent match history (September 1, 2013 – April 1, 2015)

At the 2015 Pan American Games, two (2) athletes per gender will compete in the Singles, two (2) athletes per gender will compete in Doubles and all athletes will compete in the Team event. The Head Coach, in consultation with the National Teams Committee, will determine start positions for the events based on:
• Ranking of the athletes from the PSA/WSA tours and ranking from the
2015 Pan American Team Trials.
• Current Match Form at the time of competition.
• Timing/schedule of events at the 2011 Pan American Games.
• For Doubles, team chemistry.

2.3. Provide the name of the committee that will be responsible for making discretionary selections, along with a complete list of the members’ titles currently serving on the committee:

- Paul Assaiante, Head National Coach
– Natalie Grainger, Women’s National Coach
– Scott Devoy, Junior Women’s National Coach
– Adam Hamill, Junior Men’s National Coach
– Kevin Klipstein, President and CEO, US Squash
– Gilly Lane, Athlete Representative
– Michelle Quibell, Athlete Representative
– Rich Wade, Director of National Teams and Certifications, US Squash

2.3.1. Specify the process that will be used to identify and handle any potential conflicts of interest involving a member of the committee.

Any member of the selection committee that has a possible conflict of interest must disclose it. If such conflict exists, the selection committee member must recuse him/herself from committee discussions and voting. Further, the committee member should not otherwise influence other members of the committee in the nomination process. However, a committee member who recused him/herself, but who has relevant and necessary information with respect to athlete performance, for example a national team coach or high performance director, may, if requested by the selection committee, provide such information to the committee so long as such information is provided in a fair and unbiased manner and the committee member who declared the conflict of interest does not vote toward the final decision.

3. REMOVAL OF ATHLETES

3.1. Prior to acceptance of nominations by the USOC, US Squash has jurisdiction over potential nominees.

An athlete who is to be nominated to the Team by US Squash may be removed as a nominee for any of the following reasons, as determined by US Squash:

3.1.1. Voluntary withdrawal. Athlete must submit a written letter to the
US Squash CEO/Executive Director.

3.1.2. Injury or illness as certified by an approved US Squash physician (or medical staff). If an athlete refuses verification of his/her illness or injury by an approved US Squash physician (or medical staff), his/her injury will be assumed to be disabling and he/she may be removed.

3.1.3. Violation of the US Squash’s Code of Conduct http://www.ussquash.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Code- of-Conduct-Final.pdf.

An athlete who is removed from the Team pursuant to this provision has the right to a hearing per US Squash’s Bylaws and the USOC’s Bylaws, Section 9.

3.2. Once an athlete nomination is accepted by the USOC, the USOC has jurisdiction over the Team, at which time, in addition to any applicable US Squash Code of Conduct, the USOC’s Code of Conduct and Grievance

Procedures apply. The USOC’s Code of Conduct and Grievance Procedures can be found at:

http://www.teamusa.org/For-Athletes/Athlete-Ombudsman/Games-Info

3.3. An athlete may be removed as a nominee to the Team or from the Team for an adjudicated violation of IOC, PASO, IPC, WADA, IF, USADA and/or USOC anti-doping protocol, policies and procedures, as applicable.

4. REPLACEMENT OF ATHLETES

4.1. Describe the selection and approval process for determining replacement athlete(s) should a vacancy occur:

Those players, in order of finish, who participated in the 2015 U.S. Championships, will be considered the replacement pool in the event that Team members are unable to participate in the Pan American Games.

4.1.1. prior to submission of Entries by Name to the Local Organizing
Committee, including any applicable group or committee: See Section 2, above

4.1.2. after submission of Entries by Name to the Local Organizing
Committee, including any applicable group or committee: See Section 2, above

5. SUPPORTING DOCUMENTS

US Squash will retain the approved Selection Procedures and all supporting documents, including scouting or evaluation forms, etc., and data from the selection process for six months past the date of the Closing Ceremony of the Games.

6. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

The following documents are required to be signed by an athlete as a condition of nomination to the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American and Parapan American Games and are included as attachments:

US Squash Elite Code of Conduct and Team Participant Agreement. (http://www.ussquash.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Code-of-Conduct- Final.pdf)

In addition to the USOC Code of Conduct, the following documents are required to be signed by an athlete as a condition of nomination to the Olympic, Paralympic, Pan American or Parapan American Games and are included as attachments.

7. PUBLICITY/DISTRIBUTION OF PROCEDURES

The USOC approved Selection Procedures (complete and unaltered) will be posted/published by the US Squash in the following locations:

7.1. http://www.ussquash.com

These procedures will be posted as soon as possible, but not more than five business days following notice of approval by the USOC.

8. DATE OF NOMINATION

The Nomination of Athletes form, including replacements, will be announced to all athletes and submitted to the USOC on or before:

May 1, 2015

9. MANDATORY TRAINING AND/OR COMPETITION

Specify the location, schedule and duration of mandatory training and/or competition:

Athletes will be notified of any programs of training and/or competition at least 30 days prior to the start of the mandatory training/competition. This information will be released via the official US Squash website, as well as written communication to all athletes.

10. ANTI-DOPING REQUIREMENTS

Athletes must adhere to all IOC, IPC, PASO, WADA, IF, USADA and USOC anti- doping protocols, policies and procedures, as applicable. This includes participation in Out-of-Competition Testing as required by the IOC, IPC, PASO, WADA, IF, USADA and USOC Rules, as applicable.

11. DEVELOPMENT OF SELECTION PROCEDURES

The National Teams Selection Committee was responsible for creating these
Selection Procedures:

- Paul Assaiante, Head National Coach
– Natalie Grainger, Women’s National Coach
– Scott Devoy, Junior Women’s National Coach
– Adam Hamill, Junior Men’s National Coach
– Kevin Klipstein, President and CEO, US Squash
– Gilly Lane, USOC Athlete Representative
– Michelle Quibell, USOC Athlete Representative
– Rich Wade, Director of National Teams and Certifications, US Squash

12. NGB/HPMO BYLAWS AND GRIEVANCE PROCEDURES

The US Squash Bylaws and Grievance Procedures can be found at:

http://www.ussquash.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/08/Decision-Review-and- Dispute.pdf

13. INTERNATIONAL DISCLAIMER

These procedures are based on IOC, IPC, PASO, as applicable, and/or World Squash Federation (WSF) rules and regulations as presently known and understood. Any change in the selection procedures caused by a change in IOC, IPC, PASO, as applicable, and/or WSF rules and regulations will be distributed to the affected athletes immediately. The selection criteria are based on the latest information available to US Squash. However, the selections are always subject to unforeseen, intervening circumstances, and realistically may not have accounted for every possible contingency.

If any force of nature, or force majeure, should cause the altercation or cancellation of any of the selection events listed in this document, these selection procedures will be revised, pursuant to their resubmission to the USOC.

14. ATHLETE OMBUDSMAN

Athletes who have questions regarding their opportunity to compete that are not answered by US Squash may contact the USOC Athlete Ombudsman, by:

• Telephone at (719) 866-5000
• E-mail at athlete.ombudsman@usoc.org
http://www.teamusa.org/For-Athletes/Athlete-Ombudsman.aspx

2015 Pan American Games Coach Selection Criteria

US SQUASH
COACH SELECTION PROCEDURES
2015 PAN AMERICAN GAMES
FEBRUARY 11, 2015

These procedures provide for selection of U.S. Squash Coach(es), one (1) Men’s and one (1) Women’s, for the 2015 Pan American Games. However, accreditation allocation is not guaranteed and the number of Coach positions will be based on final USOC credential allocation and overall team size.

1. What are the NGB’s/HPMO’s criteria for Coach positions (attach a job description, if any)?

Coaches must:

1.1. Successfully pass the National Center for Safety Initiatives’ (NCSI) background screen in accordance with the current USOC Games Background Check Policy prior to nomination.

1.1.1. Should a nominee experience any event between the time the
background check is conducted and the relevant Games that may change his/her background check status, the nominee must inform the NGB/HPMO and/or USOC.

1.2. Possess a valid passport that does not expire until at least six months after
the conclusion of the Games.

1.3. Be available for entire duration of the Games.

1.4. Be in good health and able to withstand the physical rigors of traveling with and working with the Team.

1.5. Be a current US Squash National Coach.

1.6. High level, specific technical and tactical knowledge of the sport.

1.7. Thorough knowledge and understanding of the IF rules and regulations governing the sport.

1.8. Experience and proven ability coaching teams at the national and international levels.

1.9. Proven ability to establish harmonious relationships with athletes and other team personnel.

1.10. Proven record of performance with the NGB and the USOC.

2. Describe the process that candidates should follow to express interest in being considered for a Coach position:

U.S. Squash will notify the National Coaches and solicit their interest in becoming the Pan American Games team coach. Candidates will be selected from the list of National Team Coaches who are listed on the U.S. SQUASH website and within Squash Magazine. Interested National Team Coaches will apply by March 9, 2015, for the available position(s).

3. Describe the intended method of identifying the pool and selecting the candidates to be considered for Coach position(s):

Candidates that have applied for the Pan American Games Coaches positions will interview with the National Teams Selection Committee. The National Teams Selection Committee will recommend the candidate(s) who best meet the criteria in Section 1, for final approval by the Board of Directors.

4. Describe the removal of a Coach:

An individual who is to be nominated as a Coach by US Squash may be removed as a nominee for any of the following reasons, as determined by US Squash:

4.1. Voluntary withdrawal. Coach nominee must submit a written letter to the
US Squash Executive Director.

4.2. Injury or illness as certified by a physician (or medical staff) approved by US Squash. If the individual refuses verification of his/her illness or injury by a physician (or medical staff) approved by US Squash, his/her injury will be assumed to be disabling and he/she may be removed.

4.3. Inability to perform the duties required.

4.4. Violation of US Squash’s Code of Conduct (http://www.ussquash.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/09/Code-of- Conduct-Final.pdf).

Once a Coach nomination is accepted by the USOC, the USOC has jurisdiction over the Coach, at which time, in addition to any applicable US Squash Code of Conduct, the USOC’s Code of Conduct and Grievance Procedures apply. The USOC’s Code of Conduct and Grievance Procedures can be found at: http://www.teamusa.org/For-Athletes/Athlete-Ombudsman/Games- Information.aspx.

5. Describe the replacement of a Coach:

In the event that a Nominated Coach is unable to perform the duties of Coach due to injury, illness, Code of Conduct violation or any other unforeseen circumstances that would result in the need to replace him/her, the replacement candidate must meet all of the criteria listed in #1 above and, if applicable, come from the pool of candidates described in #3 above.

6. Which group/committee will make the final approval for the Coaches?

The National Teams Selection Committee will recommend to the CEO who will recommend to the BOD for Final Approval.

7. Conflict of Interest:

Any individual who is being considered for a Coach position or has any other conflict of interest and is involved in the selection process must disclose this information, recuse him or herself and not influence others regarding the discussions, meetings or decisions involving selection of the Coach.

8. Date of Nomination:

The Games Staff Nomination Form with the nominated Coach(es) name(s), including names of any replacements (if applicable), will be submitted to the USOC on or before:

March 15, 2015

9. Publicity/Distribution of Procedures:

The USOC approved selection procedures (complete and unaltered) will be posted/published by the NGB/HPMO in the following locations:

9.1. Web site: www.ussquash.com

These procedures will be posted as soon as possible, but not more than five days following notice of approval by the USOC.

9.2. Other (if any): N/A

National Team Rosternational team logo

Trials are held to determine the nation’s top players to represent the United States on the National Teams at the World Team Squash Championships organized by the World Squash Federation and the Pan American Games.

2014 Women’s World Team Championships

Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada
Finish: 5th Place
Coach: Natalie Grainger
Team: Olivia Blatchford | Natalie Grainger | Amanda Sobhy | Sabrina Sobhy

2013 Pan-American Federation Cup

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Coach: Natalie Grainger | Gilly Lane
Team: Olivia Blatchford | Natalie Grainger | Amanda Sobhy | Sabrina Sobhy | Graham Bassett | Todd Harrity | Faraz Khan | Gilly Lane

2013 Men’s World Team Championships

Mulhouse, France
Finish: 12th place
Coach: Paul Assaiante  | Chris Walker
Team: Christopher Gordon | Jullian Illingworth | Gilly Lane | Dylan Murray

2012 Women’s World Team Championships

Nimes, France
Finish: 13th Place
Coach: Chris Walker
Team: Olivia Fiechter | Natalie Grainger | Sabrina Sobhy | Maria Elena Ubina

2011 Men’s World Team Championships

Paderborn, Germany
Finish: 6th Place
Coach: Paul Assaiante
Team: Christopher Gordon | Todd Harrity | Julian Illingworth | Gilly Lane

2011 Pan American Games 

Guadalajra, Mexico
Finish: Women’s Team 3rd Place, Men’s Team 3rd Place
Coach: Chris Walker
Team: Olivia Blatchford | Lily Lorentzen | Maria Elena Ubina | Christopher Gordon | Graham Bassett | Julian Illingworth

2010 Women’s World Team Championships

Palmerston North, New Zealand
Finish: 7th Place
Coach: Richard Chin
Team: Olivia Blatchford | Natalie Grainger | Latasha Khan | Amanda Sobhy

2009 Men’s World Team Championships

Odense, Denmark
Finish: 12th  Place
Coach: Chris Walker
Team: Christopher Gordon | Julian Illingworth | Gilly Lane | Preston Quick

2008 Women’s World Team Championships

Cairo, Egypt
Finish: 14th Place
Coach: Natalie Grainger
Team: Olivia Blatchford | Natalie Grainger | Hope Prockop | Claire Rein-Weston

2007 Men’s World Team Championships
Chennai, India
Finish: 14th Place
Coach: Chris Walker
Team: Richard Chin | Jamie Crombie | Christopher Gordon | Julian Illingworth

2007 Pan American Games
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Finish: Women’s Team 2nd Place
Team: Natalie Grainger | Latasha Khan | Michelle Quibell

2006 Women’s World Team Championships
Edmonton, Canada
Finish: 11th Place
Coach: Demer Holleran
Team: Louisa Hall | Latasha Khan | Meredith Quick | Ivy Pochoda

2005 Men’s World Team Championships
Islamabad, Pakistan
Finish: 13th Place
Coach: Chris Walker
Team: Christopher Gordon | Julian Illingworth | Preston Quick | Beau River

2004 Women’s World Team Championships
Amsterdam, Netherlands
Finish: 8th Place
Coach: Demer Holleran
Team: Louisa Hall | Latasha Khan | Michelle Quibell | Meredith Quick

2003 Men’s World Team Championships
Vienna, Austria
Finish: 20th Place
Coach: Paul Assaiante
Team: Jamie Crombie | Preston Quick | Damian Walker | Tim Wyant

2002 Women’s World Team Championships
Odense, Denmark
Finish: 15th Place
Coach: Sharon Bradey
Team: Julia Beaver | Latasha Khan | Shabana Khan | Meredith Quick

2001 Men’s World Team Championships
Melbourne, Australia
Finish: 19th Place
Coach: Richard Millman
Team: Richard Chin | Preston Quick | Damian Walker | Tim Wyant

2000 Women’s World Team Championships
Sheffield, England
Finish: 18th Place
Coach: Sharon Bradey
Team: Margaret Elias | Louisa Hall | Shirin Kaufman | Ivy Pochoda

1999 Men’s World Team Championships
Cairo, Egypt
Finish: 18th Place
Coach: Paul Assaiante
Team: Richard Chin | Marty Clark | Tim Long | David Ramsden-Wood

1998 Women’s World Team Championships
Stuttgart, Germany
Finish: 9th Place
Coach: Sharon Bradey
Team: Louisa Hall | Demer Holleran | Ellie Pierce | Ivy Pochoda

1997 Men’s World Team Championships
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Finish: 23rd Place
Coach: Ken Hiscoe
Team: Tony Brettkelly | Richard Chin | Marty Clark | Tim Long

1996 Women’s World Team Championships
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
Finish: 12th Place
Team: Berkeley Belknap | Demer Holleran | Alicia McConnell | Ellie Pierce

1995 Men’s World Team Championships
Cairo, Egypt
Finish: 25th Place
Coach: Tony Brettkelly
Team: Richard Chin| Marty Clark | Anders Wahlstedt | Damian Walker

1994 Women’s World Team Championships
St, Peter Port, Guernsey, Channel Islands
Finish: 8th Place
Coach: Craig Thorpe-Clark
Team: Demer Holleran | Karen Kelso | Shabana Khan | Ellie Pierce

1993 Men’s World Team Championships
Karachi, Pakistan
Finish: 26th Place
Team: Richard Chin | John Phelan | Grantley Pinnington | Frank J. Stanley IV

1992 Women’s World Team Championships
Vancouver, Canada
Finish: 11th Place
Team: Demer Holleran | Karen Kelso | Shabana Khan | Ellie Pierce

1991 Men’s World Team Championships
Helsinki, Finland
Finish: 19th Place
Team: Will Carlin | Kenton Jernigan | Frank J. Stanley IV | Mark Talbott

1990 Women’s World Team Championships
Sydney, Australia
Finish: 10th Place
Team: Julieanne Harris | Demer Holleran | Ellie Pierce | Alicia McConnell

1989 Women’s World Team Championships
Warmond, Netherlands
Finish: 12th Place

1989 Men’s World Team Championships
Singapore
Finish: 17th Place
Team: David Boyum | Kenton Jernigan | Azam Khan | Mark Talbott

1987 Women’s World Team Championships
Auckland, New Zealand
Finish: 12th Place
Team: Nancy Gengler | Alicia McConnell | Diana Staley

1987 Men’s World Team Championships
London, England
Finish: 19th Place
Team: Ned Edwards | Kenton Jernigan | Azam Khan | Tom Page

1985 Women’s World Team Championships
Dublin, Ireland
Finish: 7th Place
Team: Nancy Gengler | Julie Harris | Karen Kelso | Nina Porter | Gail Ramsay

1985 Men’s World Team Championships
Cairo, Egypt
Finish: 15th Place
Team: Ned Edwards | Azam Khan | John Nimick

1983 Women’s World Team Championships
Perth, Australia
Finish: 6th Place
Team: Nancy Gengler | Mary Hulbert | Alicia McConnell | Gail Ramsay | Carol Weymuller

1983 Men’s World Team Championships
Auckland, New Zealand
Finish: 7th Place
Team: Ned Edwards | Kenton Jernigan | Mark Talbott | John Nimick

1981 Women’s World Team Championships
Toronto, Canada
Finish: 11th Place
Team: Sally Fields | Nancy Gengler | Mariann Greenberg | Nina Porter | Carol Weymuller

1981 Men’s World Team Championships
Stockholm, Sweden
Finish: 7th Place
Team: Bill Andruss | Ned Edwards | Stu Goldstein | Ted Gross

1979 Women’s World Team Championships
Birmingham, England
Finish: 6th Place
Team: Ginny Akabane | Mariann Greenberg | Barbara Maltby | Diana Nyad | Carol Weymuller

1979 Men’s World Team Championships
Brisbane, Australia
Finish: 9th Place
Team: Mark Alger | Ned Edwards | Jon Foster | Gil Mateer

1977 Men’s World Team Championships
Toronto, Canada
Finish: 8th Place
Team: Len Bernheimer | Eliot Berry | Denis Bourke |Tom Poor

1976 Men’s World Team Championships
Birmingham, England
Finish: 9th Place
Team: Bill Andruss | Peter Briggs | Gil Mateer | Tom Page

1973 Men’s World Team Championships
Johannesburg, South Africa
Finish: 5th Place
Team: Dinny Adams | Jay Nelson | Tom Poor | Frank Satterthwaite

 

Coming soon…

DSC_0672Paul Assaiante
Head National Coach
Trinity College
Scott Devoy HeadshotScott Devoy
Junior Women’s Head Coach
Merion Cricket Club
Lynn Leong head shotLynn Leong
Junior Women’s Assistant Coach
New Haven Lawn Club
Hamill croppedAdam Hamill
Junior Men’s Head Coach
Germantown Cricket Club
DSC_0495Gilly Lane
Junior Men’s Assistant Coach
University of Pennsylvania