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Sunday December 11th 2016

Current Regional Junior Tournaments

National Capital Squash lists on this page all the junior tournaments in the Mid-Atlantic region.  Be sure you read the “How Junior Tournaments Work” page before entering tournaments.

US SQUASH sanctions many tournaments in our region this season.  Here are tournaments that have been announced to date but not been played yet, with links to entry forms where available:
Play Squash Junior Bronze, McLean, VA (near Washington DC) Nov. 5 (1 day event). Sign up by Wednesday, Oct. 26, at Noon and get $10 off the entry fee.

Squash Revolution VA Bronze, McLean, VA (near Washington DC) Nov. 19-20. Sign up by Nov. 9 at Noon and get $5 off the entry fee.

Meadow Mill Gold, Baltimore, MD, Dec. 2-4. Sign up by Nov. 16 at Noon to maximize your chance of gaining entry and save $25 off the late entry fee.

Bethesda Bronze, Bethesda, MD, Dec. 10-11. Sign up by Nov. 30 at Noon to save $15 off the entry fee.

AussienickSquash Chevy Chase Silver Junior Silver, Chevy Chase, MD, Dec. 17-18. Sign up by Dec. 7 at Noon to save $10 off the entry fee.

New Year Bronze, Baltimore, MD area, Dec. 30-31. Sign up by Dec. 2 at Noon to save $40 off the late entry fee. Sign up by Noon Dec. 21 to save $20 on the late entry fee.

Annual National Championships

If you have had a success with either bronze, silver or gold tournaments, you should strongly consider entering one of the national championships at your skill level.  Your division is based on your age as of March 1, 2017.

U.S. Junior Squash Championships, March 17-19, 2016.  This is open only to the top 32 nationally ranked players (as of the rankings run of March 1, 2017) who enter.  We recommend that you should be ranked 50 or better to even consider entering the tournament.  Seeding for the tournament is done based on the most rankings run 1.5 weeks before the tournament is played.

U.S. Junior Silver Squash Championships, April 7-9, 2017.  The top 32 nationally ranked players (as of the rankings run of March 1) may not enter.  The best 32 nationally ranked players (ranked 33+) are accepted.  We recommend that you should be ranked 100 or better to even consider entering the tournament.  Seeding for the tournament is done based on the most rankings run 1.5 weeks before the tournament is played.

U.S. Junior Bronze Squash Championships, April 28-30, 2017.  The top 64 nationally ranked players (as of the rankings run of March 1) may not enter.  We recommend that you should be ranked 130-150 or better to even consider entering the tournament.  Seeding for the tournament is done based on the most rankings run 1.5 weeks before the tournament is played.

2013-2014 Tournament Archive.

2012-2013 Tournament Archive.

2011-2012 Tournament Archive.