The 2015 U.S. Open Squash Championships are already underway with qualifying concluding Friday night, and now hundreds of top U.S. junior players and top college doubles teams join the celebration of squash that is the U.S. Open fortnight Saturday morning.
All three 2014 Intercollegiate Doubles champions return to Philadelphia this weekend to defend their titles at first-time hosts Philadelphia Cricket Club and perennial hosts Germantown Cricket Club and Racquet Club of Philadelphia.
Last year, Princeton’s Maria Elena Ubina successfully defended both her mixed title with Sam Kang in what was the largest mixed draw to date, and her women’s title with Olivia Fiechter. On the men’s side Rochester’s Neil Cordell & Mario Yanez made history for the Yellowjackets winning the first national squash title in the school’s history. Intercollegiate doubles matches begin at 9:00am and are scoring live on www.clublocker.com.
Meanwhile at the University of Pennsylvania and Drexel University’s Kline & Specter’s courts, hundreds of top U.S. juniors will contest the second Junior Championship Tour event of the season. Matches begin at 8:00am and are scoring live on www.clublocker.com.