Squash Coaching Staff  -(We are preparing this page for the summer of 2021!
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Roger Flynn

Former Scottish National Squash Coach, now coaching in Australia.

Roger was the Australian coach of the winning Australian Commonwealth Games Squash team in 2002. He was also the Director of the Victorian Institute of Sport Squash Programme in Melbourne and the personal coach to former world #1 Sarah Fitzgerald and Carol Owens and coached the Australian Junior Squash Teams in the World Juniors. Roger has coached numerous World class squash Pros including World top 5 players Paul Price and Anthony Hill as well as presiding over a Victoria Institute of Squash programme which has produced many of the world's top squash players. Roger, an original and innovative coach, is acknowledged as one of the world's leading squash coaches. Roger is starting his second decade coaching at the leGassickSquash camps!

Alan Clyne

Alan Clyne, born in 1986 in Inverness, Scotland, is a professional squash player who represents Scotland. He is presently ranked #24 in the world, has represented his country in the 2010 and 2014 Commonwealth Games in both singles and doubles, has recently won the World Doubles title and is the current Scottish #1. Alan has worked at the le GassickSquash camps for the last 7 years.

Olivia Blatchford

Olivia Blatchford started playing squash at the age of 5 in New York City. She represented the U.S junior team in Hong Kong at 14, later helping the team to a second place finish in 2011. Olivia has been a US Women's team member since 2008. She is a five time Professional WSA tour event winner and recent runner up to Amanda Sohby in the US National Women's Title and won Gold with the US team at the 2015 Pan Am Games. Olivia is presently training at the Scottish National Center, Edinburgh and has a World Ranking of #12 and recently won the U.S. National Championship.

Jamie King

Jamie King is in his 16th season as head men's squash coach and director of racquet sports at Hamilton College. Jamie was selected the 2012 NESCAC Coach of the Year by his peers.

Hamilton ended up 20th in last season's final College Squash Association (CSA) rankings after the CSA team championship. Jamie guided the Continentals to a second consecutive Summers Cup consolation bracket title at the CSA team championship in 2010. Hamilton finished the season with 11 wins and was No. 21 in the final CSA rankings.

Hamilton received the prestigious Sloane Award for team sportsmanship at the 2010 CSA Team Championships. The Continentals also received the honor in 2008. The award is voted on by the coaches and is presented to the team that best displayed the highest level of sportsmanship during the season. Jamie is the first individual to receive the award as a player (as captain of the 1984 Williams College team) and as a coach.

Jamie played varsity squash, tennis and soccer at Williams. He was the squash team captain for two seasons. Jamie is a very experienced coach at Junior Squash camps, having directed and taught at numerous camps throughout the US. Jamie presently serves on the US and CSA Executive Committee.

Joe Raho

Joe Raho is the Head Coach for Tufts men and the women's squash teams.

Joe grew up in Rye, New York and started playing squash when he was 8. He won the U13 and U15 US nationals and he played for the US Junior National team in 2004. He played his college squash at Penn where he captained the team his senior year.

Joe began coaching after he graduated at the Apawamis club, Round Hill Club and Bronxville Field Club. He coached the Greenwich Academy middle school, junior varsity and varsity squash teams in 2012 and was for three years the Steel Family Assistant Coach at Brown for three years before taking up the Head Coaching position at Tufts.

Theo Woodward

Theo Woodward is Head Coach of the Men's and Women's Squash Coach at Bowdoin College.

As a player Theo Woodward has won a number of tournaments and played internationally on the PSA and domestically on the British Squash Professional circuit (BSPA). In addition, he was a key member of the British University and National School Championship-winning teams. Woodward is the Head Squash Coach at Bowdoin College and he holds the UK Coaching Certificate Level 3 certification - the highest current qualification attainable in the UK.

He has coached and mentored Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) players as well as junior players competing in international tournaments. Woodward has also worked with some of the best coaches in the world, including six-time de facto World Champion Jonah Barrington. Woodward studied Commerce at the University of Birmingham in the UK, graduating with honors and a prize for his extended study on Squash Sponsorship.

Adrian Leanza

Leanza is a 2011.5 Brown graduate, where he played for head coach Stuart leGassick. He graduated from Brown with a dual ScB/AB degree in Applied Math and Chemistry, with an additional AB in Economics.

Leanza played on the Brown team all four years, playing #1 on the team for his last three years. As a senior, Leanza served as co-captain and was nominated for the Skillman sportsmanship award.

Since graduating from Brown, Leanza has played professionally and coached in thirteen countries on six continents. He attained his highest PSA ranking of #140 in July 2014.

Stuart le Gassick

Director of Squash at Brown University RI USA since 1989.

Stuart le Gassick played squash for one of the top British Squash Schools - Barnard Castle School in Northern England. He reached the semi finals of the British Colleges Championships in 1983. Stuart has been coaching squash for over 35 years and possesses coaching Certificates from England and is a Technical Level II USSquash coach.

Stuart has been coaching both the mens and womens squash programs at Brown for 30 years and has coached well over 1,000 college matches (excluding almost 200 Ivy League Scrimmage matches!).

During his tenure Stuart has coached numerous All Ivy and All Americans as Director of Squash at Brown University. He managed and hosted the US Open in '94 and '95 (won by Peter Nicol and Jansher Kahn). Stuart has run numerous International squash training trips/camps since 1985 (with the Heights Casino in Brooklyn) and has run the summer Junior Squash Camps at Brown University since 1990 - the second oldest Summer Squash Camp in the USA.   le Gassick Bio Link at Brown    

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