National Championships 2017

The U.S. Squash Doubles Championships is set to be the largest National Doubles held west of the Mississippi with a field of 123 teams this weekend at the Denver Athletic Club, Denver Club and University Club of Denver in Colorado and my dear friend kicked some butt and won the 40 division even though she is older and my friend is the Jean D’Arc also known as Lissen Tutrone. Lissen and her great friend Cat


 The eighty-second edition of the national championship is the first to be held in Denver since 2009. Dunlop has designed a new high-altitude hardball that will make its debut at National Doubles. Denver is one of six cities over 5,000 feet above sea level in North America that uses a special high-altitude doubles hardball in addition to Colorado Springs, Vail, Sante Fe, Calgary and Mexico City.


Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper is competing in the Men’s 65+ division, and playing host to the Saturday night reception at the Governor’s Residence. Yes we can party

After losing in the 2016 Open final on a simultaneous match ball in the fifth game, Preston Quick & Graham Bassett return to the tournament as the top seeds. Connecticut’s Steve Scharff, the 2014 champion, & SDA up and comer Bobby Burns enter the fourteen-team draw as the two seeds.

The women’s Open top seeds are WSDA veterans Meredeth Quick & Suzie Pierrepont, who are predicted to face two seeds Stephanie Hewitt, a defending champion, & Natarsha McElhinny.
For the first time, national doubles includes a women’s 55+ division, which includes seven teams, while the men’s 40+ and 50+ divisions are the largest draws in recent decades. Lissen won the 40’s you go .  Even though she looks 35-40 she could qualify to play in an older division  = you go