2015 Pan American Games

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Construction Begins at Arlen Specter US Squash Center (8/15/2019) by Squash Media Interior demolition and groundbreaking at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center is officially underway.
Sedky Qualifies for PSA World Championship With Russian Challenger Title (8/12/2019) by Squash Media Reeham Sedky has qualified for the PSA Women’s World Championship by winning the Russian Open title.
Grayson Claims Largest Career Title in Houston (8/11/2019) by Squash Media New Zealand’s Campbell Grayson lifted the largest title of his career, the $30,000 Men’s Northwestern Mutual Life Time Houston Open.
Team USA Places Sixth at Women’s World Junior Team Championship; Egypt Wins Seventh Straight Title (8/10/2019) by Squash Media Team USA recorded a sixth place finish at the biennial women’s world junior team championship in Malaysia.
Team USA Wins Fourth Consecutive Battle of the Border (8/7/2019) by Squash Media Team USA defeated Team Canada 22.5-6.5 to win its fourth consecutive Battle of the Border.
Team USA Enters Women’s World Junior Teams Seeded Fifth (8/5/2019) by Squash Media Team USA will compete in pool play against Sweden, England, Korea and South Africa, August 5-7.
Stefanoni Marches on to World Juniors Quarterfinals (8/1/2019) by Squash Media Watch Marina Stefanoni in the World Juniors quarterfinals live on SquashTV Friday, August 2, at 1am ET.
Team USA Caps off Pan American Games with Historic Men’s and Women’s Team Gold (8/1/2019) by Squash Media For the first time in Pan Am Games history, Team USA claimed both the men’s and women’s team gold medals.
Team USA Strikes Triple Gold in Pan American Games Singles and Doubles (7/29/2019) by Squash Media Team USA has earned five medals–including three gold medals–in the Pan American Games singles and doubles competitions.
Team USA Targets Record Medal Haul at Pan American Games in Peru (7/19/2019) by Squash Media Six American squash players will join 637 other Team USA athletes representing thirty-six different sports at the Pan American Games in Lima, Peru, July 25-31.


Official Schedule

Tuesday, July 14:
Men’s Team Preliminaries, 9am-11:15am
Men’s Doubles Final, 8:30pm
Women’s Team Preliminaries, 9am-11:15am
Women’s Doubles Final, 7pm

Wednesday, July 15:
Men’s Team Preliminaries, 10am-7:45pm
Women’s Team Preliminaries, 10am-7:45pm

Thursday, July 16:
Men’s Team Playoff, 10am-12:15pm
Men’s Team Semifinals, 5:30pm-7:45pm
Men’s Team Classification, 5:30pm-7:45pm
Women’s Team Semifinals, 5:30pm-7:45pm
Women’s Team Classification, 5:30pm-7:45pm

Friday, July 17:
Men’s Team Playoff, 5:30pm
Men’s Team 5th/6th Seeding, 5:30pm
Men’s Team Final, 7:45pm
Women’s Team Final, 5:30pm
Women’s Team 5th/6th Seeding, 5:30pm
Women’s Team 7th/8th Seeding, 7:45pm

Team USA Men
Lane smallGilly Lane
Men’s Head Coach
Philadelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania Associate Head Coach
Twitter: @GLSquash
gordon headshot smallChris Gordon
28 years old
New York City, NY
World No. 60
Events: Singles, Doubles, Team
Twitter: @gordosquash
hanson final headshot 2Chris Hanson
24 years old
Bedford, NY
World No. 90
Events: Doubles, Team
Twitter: @Chris_R_Hanson
harrity headshot smallTodd Harrity
24 years old
Wayne, PA
World No. 72
Events: Singles, Team
Twitter: @toddharrity
Team USA Women
assaiante smallPaul Assaiante
Women’s Head Coach
Hartford, CT
Ganek Family US Squash Head National Coach, Trinity College Head Coach
Twitter: @SquashLuv
blatchford headshot smallOlivia Blatchford
22 years old
Wilton, CT
World No. 37
Events: Singles, Team
Twitter: @LivBlatch
grainger headshot smallNatalie Grainger
37 years old
Stamford, CT
Former World No. 1 (June 2003)
Events: Doubles, Team
sobhy headshot smallAmanda Sobhy
22 years old
Sea Cliff, NY
World No. 10
Events: Singles, Doubles, Team
Twitter: @itssobhytime