10/2/216 US squash is the dominant industry standard for Junior National Rankings among other things. Junior players pay yearly dues to become US Squash members, travel the country to play in US Squash sanctioned junior tournaments, earn points, and receive US Squash National Rankings. Junior players then report these rankings to college coaches and on college applications. Because their junior standard is so strong and important to kids, the CSA wants to increase US squash exposure in CO.
Part of US squash membership dues are shared with our local district 'Colorado Squash.' Our district is then suppose to spend those funds on local events like box leagues, etc. Kevin Klipstein, CEO of US Squash, recently contacted the CSA to discuss restructuring the ownership of these funds.
As soon as we learn about which group has taken control of 'Colorado Squash' we will display that information here. Our best guess, right now, is that whatever group forms to oversee National Doubles (March 2nd-5th in Denver!) this year, will bootstrap themselves to a new 'Colorado Squash' organization that co-sells memberships with US squash. As soon as we know, you will know. It is an exciting time to be playing squash in CO!
The CSA has no affiliation with US Squash.
2019: we have no update, be careful about who you give your money to. Thx!