US SQUASH

From the CEO

Kevin Klipstein has been the Chief Executive Officer of US Squash since December 2004, and oversees all US Squash operations.

Following the rules

By Kevin Klipstein, CEO of US Squash Of the several dozen pieces I’ve written for this space, one that seems to have struck a chord was the recent “Preserving the Essence of Squash”. In it I concluded that “perfect behavior on court is not the goal, and it never will be. Rather, it is our [...]

June 1, 2009 Kevin Klipstein From the CEO 0

They let them play?

By Kevin Klipstein, CEO of US Squash Looking back just three seasons ago to 2005-2006, the U.S. High School Team Championships was in its third year. It had over 50 teams for the first time. The girls’ division had been introduced only the year before. The launch of the U.S. Middle School Championships was still [...]

March 1, 2009 Kevin Klipstein From the CEO 0

Preserving the essence of squash

By Kevin Klipstein, CEO of US Squash I was 14 years old and among the best junior squash players in the area. Asked to play an exhibition match with my coach at a local YMCA, I jumped at the chance. New to the concept of an “exhibition” match being for entertainment, I was out there [...]

February 1, 2009 Kevin Klipstein From the CEO 0

Play to 11, win by 2.

By Kevin Klipstein, CEO of US Squash Tony Halstead and I used to play squash in Seattle fairly regularly. I think I’m a better player, but it’s not totally clear. Why? Well first, Tony was never in very good shape. Had he been fit, it would have been a totally [...]

January 1, 2009 Kevin Klipstein From the CEO 0