Sue Cogswell is a retired squash player from England. She was runner-up at the inaugural women's World Open championship in 1979, where she lost in the final to the Australian player Heather McKay 6–9, 9–3, 9–1, 9–4. Cogswell was also a three-time runner-up at the British Open, losing in the final to McKay in 1974, to Barbara Wall in 1979, and to Vicki Cardwell in 1980. Cogswell won the British National Squash Championship title five times in 1975 and 1977-79.
- Meares, Peter (2003). Legends of Australian sport: the inside story. Univ of Queensland Press. p. 160. ISBN 978-0-7022-3410-1. "The same year [Heather McKay] won the first official World Women's Open Squash title at Sheffield in England. ... In the final she came up against a real terrier in Sue Cogswell, who ran everything down to take the first game 9-6. ... Once again, the indomitable McKay will-to-win emerged and she dropped only 8 more points in winning the title."
- "British Open Squash Womens Finals 1947-2008". British Squash Open Championships. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
- "National Championships Hall of Fame". National Squash Championships. Retrieved 2010-10-30.
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