Celebrate EA Squash History

Please Join Us for A Celebration of Squash at The Episcopal Academy

Saturday, February 9, 2019 at The Episcopal Academy

6 - 7 p.m. Cocktail Hour in the Madeira Squash Pavilion
7 - 9:30 p.m. Dinner and Program in the O'Neill Gymnasium

Join us as we celebrate the remarkable legacy of squash at The Episcopal Academy. We will honor past and present teams, players, and coaches, and reveal Robert Dinerman’s book: A History of Squash at The Episcopal Academy.

Featured speakers will include Rob Dinerman, Todd Harrity'09, Lauren (Patrizio) Xaba'97, and Tim Kent, Hon. with Palmer Page as master of ceremonies.

About the Book

Squash was first played at Episcopal in 1930. For nearly 90 years there have been many championship teams, including a four-year stretch (2009-2012) when the boys’ varsity team won the U.S. Squash National High School Team Championship. The girls’ varsity won the championship title in 2007. EA squash players have contributed to US Squash in many ways. Most notably, eight of EA's players and coaches are in the US Squash Hall of Fame.

In an effort to celebrate this rich history, a book has been written to chronicle the tremendous accomplishments of EA squash. Author Rob Dinerman has gathered information and recollections for the upcoming book. Rob has authored books about squash for Harvard University, Princeton University, and Deerfield Academy in recent years.

Order your copy of A History of Squash at The Episcopal Academy