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Hall
of Fame Players

(listed
alphabetically)
Gogi
Alauddin
Gogi Alauddin,
perennial world #2 in the 1970s – twice British Open Finalist – Interviewed
in 2002
and Gogi’s Back

Gamal Awad
In
Memoriam
– Great Egyptian Player Gamal Awad, dies in Nov 04 at
49.
Jack
Barnaby
"Barnabus
Rex" Legendary coach of squash and tennis
at Harvard University
from 1937 – 1976. obituary and lifetime
retrospective
.
Jonah
Barrington
 
F.D.
Amr Bey
Six
time British Open Champion
Pete
Bostwick Jr.
Exceptional
US amateur and all around athlete
. Rob Dinerman profiles this
player who’s excelled at Golf, Hockey, Court Tennis, Lawn Tennis,
Racquets, and Squash.
Norman
Bramall
Groundbreaking
women’s coach
Peter
Briggs
Elected
to USSRA Hall of Fame
, great singles player, great doubles player.
Donald
Butcher
British
Open Champion, 1931-32
Harry
Conlon
Air
Force’s Harry Conlon:
Youngest Ever USA National Champion
Harry
Cowles
Great
Harvard Coach:
taught Jack Barnaby how to play, how to coach.
Will
Dann
Four
US and Four Canadian Doubles Titles
by
Rob Dinerman
Michael
Desaulniers
The
man who dethroned the king
by Rob Dinerman
George
Doetsch
Winner
of 15 Maryland Doubles Titles
Susan
Devoy
 
Chris
Dittmar
Big
Red Cat is Back
by Martin Bronstein
Alex
Eichmann
California
Squash Legend
built several Bay Area squash clubs; twice defeated
Niederhoffer.
Adrian
Ezra
The
Almost unbeatable Adrain Ezra
by Martin Bronstein – college squash
hall of famer.

Jack Fairs
Jack Fairs holds the record
for the longest coaching tenure, coached UWO to 31 straight Ontario
Championships. Hall of fame coach.
Germain
Glidden
The
Man Who Won Squash’s Grand Slam
Legendary hardball champion. Famous
squash columnist. Ambassador for squash and Harvard squash: Historical
profile by James Zug; obituary.
Stu
Goldstein
1978
WPSA Champion
long time pursuer of Sharif Khan, from Long Island
and Stony Brook College.
Glenn
Greenberg
New
York Slugger, Career Retrospective
of 2 time NY champ, perrenial
top 4 player, by Rob Dinerman
Ted
Gross
Blue
Coller Californian
only Californian to make an impact on the Pro
Squash Scene.
Ed
Hahn
Great
amateur champion from Detroit
. First midwesterner to break the
hold of the eastern USA squash establishment.
John
Halpern
New
York State Champion
, former national top ten
Ken
Hiscoe
 
Demer
Holleran
Demer Holleran
Dominant US woman in 90s – career retrospective;
also Dominant in doubles
Geoff
Hunt
 
Hiddy
Jahan
Famous member
of Pakistani "three muskateers" – profile
by Martin Bronstein
Tom
and Hazel White Jones

Founders of Squash
News, creators of TOC, Leow’s Cup, US Open.
profile by Ron Beck.

Mahmoud
Karim

Mahmoud
Karim: Squash Champion, Squash Stylist, Squash Ambassador
Four
time British Open Champion, Wonderful stylist, one of the greatest
player ever, died in 1999. Interview with contemporaries and memoriam
by Martin Bronstein.

Treddy
Ketcham
A
life in squash – player and administrator
Azam
Khan
The
Incredible Khans Part I
Hashim
Khan
The
Incredible Khans Part I
,The
Incredible Khans of Squash: Part II America
Jahangir
Khan

Aug/Sep
2001 Player of the Month
interview by K.M. Boopathy, The
Incredible Khans of Squash: Part III Jahangir
, The
Complete Jahangir versus Jansher Khan Analysis
by Martin Bronstein

Jansher
Khan

Jansher
Khan career summary, JKs
99 titles
, Jansher
Khan Comeback
, Induction
to the WSF Hall of Fame
, Jansher
Khan in Official Retirement
, The
Incredible Khans of Squash: Part IV and then came Jansher
, The
Complete Jahangir versus Jansher Khan Analysis
by Martin Bronstein

Mo
Khan
 
Roshan
Khan
The
Incredible Khans Part I
Sharif
Khan
The
Incredible Khans of Squash: Part II America
Torsham
Khan
Jahangir’s
elder brother was a great player and great squash ambassador
Yusuf
Khan
Father of Seattle Squash,
taught Nayar




Aggie
Bixby Kurtz
Pioneering
women’s coach
, hall of famer in both squash and lacrosse.
Hunter
Lott Jr
After WWII interrupted
squash career, won US Nationals in ’49 and doubles 3 times. Career
overview.
Barbara
Maltby
 
Brett
Martin
 
Michelle
Martin

Hall
of Fame Top 50 WISPA Titles,
Induction
to the WSF Hall of Fame
, Michelle
Martin retires

Diehl
Mateer

 
Alicia
McConnell
American
women reaches softball world class
Heather
McKay
Heather
McKay into WISPA Hall of Fame
Doug
McLaggan
49-Year pro career
in New York, Denver
Al
Molloy
Al
Molloy: shaper of generations of great North American Players:

Revered U Penn Squash Coach dies in June 2000.
Anil
Nayar
Nayar
honored in India
Jay
Nelson
"The
Last Man Standing
." Played on first USA international team,
Met "A" Champion, Multiple Age Group Championships
Victor
Niederhoffer
Four-time
US champion, created USA pro tour; Profiled
by SquashTalk
Tom
Page
Photogallery
, Career recap, Memorial
Service
, Jahangir remembers
Stanley
Pearson
Hall of fame player,
winner of US Amateur Squash singles and doubles, US Hard Racquets
singles and doubles. Obituary and memoriam
Gene
Perle
Holder of 26
National and International titles
dies in September 2003
Gail
Ramsay
Four time
US intercollegiate champ
Henri
Salaun
The
Little Maestro
, audio:




Bill
Summers
Coached
National Championship Princeton team
Mark
Talbott
Champion
and Yale Head Women’s Coach, great sportsman, great champion:

Record setting hardball champion.
A.A.
Abou Taleb
Three times
British Open Champion
Stephen
J Vehslage
Three
times US Collegiate Champion, twice junior champion, National Champion
1965
Carol
Weymuller
Women’s
Star, College Coach, Jr Coach
,
built Heights Casino Jr program.
Greg
Zaff
Changed
North American Squash
. Reached #2 on WPSA tour; created the SquashBusters
program.
Wendy
Zaharko
First
woman collegiate standout
, 3 time college titlist.

Qamar
Zaman

One time British
Open Champion

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