NY Squash has run squash leagues continuously since the organization's inception in 1928 as the Metropolitan Squash Racquets Association. Now with more than 800 players across singles and doubles, the NY Squash leagues have grown to become among the largest in the world.
How the Leagues Work
League teams are formed among players from squash clubs throughout the metropolitan area, from Brooklyn to Westchester, and there are divisions for skill levels from competitive beginners to professional. Contact your club pro or club's team captain to join a league team (NY Squash allows players to join a team at any point in the season). You must be a current US Squash member to compete in league (join here).
For the 2018-2019 Singles and Doubles League season, teams must be registered by October 1. Matches begin November 5 and run through April.
NY Squash leagues are governed by a League Committee made up of volunteers who give their time to organize and govern the 800-plus league players in the greater NYC metropolitan area, with the goal of quality competition and unflagging sportsmanship.
Nick Tatti, Singles League Coordinator
Michael Pepper, Co-Coordinator of Singles League
Sam Roeca, Co-Coordinator of Singles League
Alberto Rezende, Co-Coordinator of Singles League
Dov Kleiner, Governance Committee Chair, Singles League Committee
Cleve Miller, President of NY Squash, Singles League Committee
Marshall Davidson, Coordinator of the Men's Doubles League
Bryan Fitzpatrick, Coordinator of the Men's Doubles League