Squash

Bell Siblings Triumph at Club Championships

Bell Siblings Triumph at Club Championships

Siblings Jack and Charlotte Bell dominated the 2017 Cross Courts Club Championships on Wednesday, May 24th, coming away with two of the five division club titles. In the 5.0 division, Jack Bell beat Abbas Saeed for a thrilling 3-0 win.  Charlotte Bell was also victorious in the women’s match, routing Francis Lloyd 3-0. […]

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Cross Courts Wins 5.0 League

Cross Courts Wins 5.0 League

Cross Courts has won the 5.0 League this squash season. It was a harrowing battle. The team of four–including James Chan, Mac Caplan, Ben Wilwerth and Abbas Assad–entered the leagues finals match at Harvard’s Murr Center as slight underdogs but ultimately pulled off the 3-1 victory. In the first shift, James […]

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Strong Tournament Performances

Strong Tournament Performances

Cross Courts Junior Members had tremendous success at the Lifetime Winter Silver Tournament in early February in Framingham, Massachusetts. Keagan Harder won the BU-ll. Also showing a strong performance in that category was Max Crowe. Other boys participating well in the tournament were Jason Kim and Jack Abbrecht in the […]

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Zaman Ekes Out Win Over Khan at Exhibition Match

Zaman Ekes Out Win Over Khan at Exhibition Match

The Cross Courts exhibition game between Shahjahan Khan (current world ranking 103) and Farhan Zaman (current world ranking 47) was a great success, with Zaman eking out the win over Khan 3-1. “The match was incredibly exciting,” reported Cross Courts Pro Gary Gargan. Zaman carried an early lead, winning the […]

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Former World Ranked Player and Coach Zarak Khan Joins Cross Courts

Former World Ranked Player and Coach Zarak Khan Joins Cross Courts

Cross Courts extends a warm and excited welcome to Zarak Khan, who is joining our exceptional team of Squash Professionals and is available for instruction. Zarak is a very accomplished player, with a previous world ranking of 8. He represented Pakistan during the 1989 Men’s World Team Squash Championships winning a silver medal […]

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Sign Up for 2017 Spring Break Squash Camp

Sign Up for 2017 Spring Break Squash Camp

Is your child looking to get in a little extra squash play or at loose ends this spring vacation? Cross Courts is again offering its spring vacation squash camp. The 2017 Cross Courts Academy Spring Break Squash Camp is suitable for players looking to dive deep into understanding the game […]

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Lights, Camera, Action!

Lights, Camera, Action!

Observant members may have noticed a few recent improvements to Cross Courts squash courts and viewing gallery. Two courts now have improved lighting, so no more excuses for missed balls or miscalled lines. (The first image above shows how the court appears after installation of the improved lighting.) In addition, […]

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Club Championship & Simba’s Farewell Party

Club Championship & Simba’s Farewell Party

May 19th is “Finals Night” for the Club Championship. In conjunction with the finals night, we will also be having a Farewell Party for Simba as his last day here at Cross Courts is May 26th.  Please join us to watch some top class squash as our best players in […]

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Events @ Portland Community Squash

Events @ Portland Community Squash

Check out these two upcoming events from our friends at Portland Community Squash. Boast + Toast College Squash Reunion – classy.org/btboston April 14th, 6 – 9 PM The Boston Boast & Toast is an official party of the Portland Community Squash Alma Matters Campaign. Fifteen alumni networks have signed on […]

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Cross Courts Member Profile: Scott DeSantis

Cross Courts Member Profile: Scott DeSantis

Occupation: Financial Advisor, Northwestern Mutual, Wellesley, MA   Squash Accomplishments: One of the first junior athletes coached by Cross Courts’ Director of Squash, Dan Sharplin Nobles’ 4-year Varsity Squash member Top 20 ranking nationally 2nd place Massachusetts State Championships Amherst College academic and squash recruit, #1 and #2 ranking NESCAC (New England Small […]

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