Men's National Champions (squash)

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The Men's National Champions are the National Champions for squash in the United States. These winners are the officially recognized champions by U.S. Squash, the national governing body. From 1907 until 1989, the national championship was contested through hardball squash. When the national governing body began recognizing international softball as the official game in the United States, the national championship also switched to softball. The first softball national championship, also known as the S.L. Green, was conducted in 1990 and was won by Mark Talbott. The S.L. Green, unlike the previous national championship, is limited to U.S. citizens only. The National Hardball Championship would continue past this date, but was no longer recognized as the official Men's National Championship.

Men's National Champions[edit]

Name Year
John A. Miskey 1907
John A. Miskey 1908
William L. Freeland 1909
John A. Miskey 1910
Francis S. White 1911
Constantine Hutchins 1912
Morton L. Newhall 1913
Constantine Hutchins 1914
Stanley W. Pearson 1915
Stanley W. Pearson 1916
Stanley W. Pearson 1917
Charles C. Peabody 1920
Stanley W. Pearson 1921
Stanley W. Pearson 1922
Stanley W. Pearson 1923
Gerald Roberts 1924
W. Palmer Dixon 1925
W. Palmer Dixon 1926
Myles P. Baker 1927
Herbert N. Rawlins, Jr. 1928
J. Lawrence Pool 1929
Herbert N. Rawlins, Jr. 1930
J. Lawrence Pool 1931
Beekman H. Pool 1932
Beekman H. Pool 1933
Neil J. Sullivan, II 1934
Donald Strachan 1935
Germain G. Glidden 1936
Germain G. Glidden 1937
Germain G. Glidden 1938
Donald Strachan 1939
A. Willing Patterson 1940
Charles M. P. Brinton 1941
Charles M. P. Brinton 1942
Charles M. P. Brinton 1946
Name Year
Charles M. P. Brinton 1947
Stanley W. Pearson, Jr. 1948
H. Hunter Lott, Jr. 1949
Edward J. Hahn 1950
Edward J. Hahn 1951
Harry B. Conlon, Jr. 1952
Ernest Howard 1953
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr. 1954
Henri R. Salaun 1955
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr. 1956
Henri R. Salaun 1957
Henri R. Salaun 1958
Benjamin H. Heckscher 1959
G. Diehl Mateer, Jr. 1960
Henri R. Salaun 1961
Samuel P. Howe, III 1962
Benjamin H. Heckscher 1963
Ralph E. Howe 1964
Stephen T. Vehslage 1965
Victor Niederhoffer 1966
Samuel P. Howe, III 1967
Colin Adair 1968
Anil Nayar 1969
Anil Nayar 1970
Colin Adair 1971
Victor Niederhoffer 1972
Victor Niederhoffer 1973
Victor Niederhoffer 1974
Victor Niederhoffer 1975
Peter Briggs 1976
Thomas E. Page 1977
Michael Desaulniers 1978
Mario Sanchez 1979
Michael Desaulniers 1980
Mark Alger 1981
Name Year
John Nimick 1982
Kenton Jernigan 1983
Kenton Jernigan 1984
Kenton Jernigan 1985
Hugh LaBossier 1986
Frank J. Stanley, IV 1987
Scott Dulmage 1988
Rodolfo Rodriquez 1989
Mark Talbott 1990*
Mark Talbott 1991
Kenton Jernigan 1992
Mark Talbott 1993
Anders Wahlstedt 1994
Marty Clark 1995
Mohsen Mir 1996
Marty Clark 1997
Marty Clark 1998
David McNeely 1999
Marty Clark 2000
Damien Walker 2001
Damien Walker 2002
Preston Quick 2003
Preston Quick 2004
Julian Illingworth 2005
Julian Illingworth 2006
Julian Illingworth 2007
Julian Illingworth 2008
Julian Illingworth 2009
Julian Illingworth 2010
Julian Illingworth 2011
Julian Illingworth 2012
Chris Gordon 2013
Julian Illingworth 2014
Todd Harrity 2015
Todd Harrity 2016
Chris Hanson 2017
  • Note: The official Men's National Championship (hardball) became the S.L. Green (softball) in 1990.

Records[edit]

Most Overall Titles[edit]

Name Titles
Julian Illingworth 9
Stanley Pearson 6
Victor Niederhoffer 5
Charles Brinton 4
Marty Clark 4
Kenton Jernigan 4
Henri Salaun 4
Todd Harrity 2


Most University Alumni Titles[edit]

Name Titles
Harvard University 35
Princeton University 13
Yale University 13
Wesleyan University 4
Haverford College 3
University of Pennsylvania 2
McGill University 2
Trinity College (Connecticut) 2
Amherst College 1
Dartmouth College 1
University of Toronto 1

Most High School Alumni Titles[edit]

Name Titles
Lincoln High School (Portland, OR) 9
Episcopal Academy 7
Phillips Exeter 3
Wheat Ridge High School 2
Haverford School 1
Lower Merion High School 1
St. Paul's School (New Hampshire) 1
St. Luke's School (Connecticut) 1
University of Oklahoma High School 1

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  • James Zug (2003). Squash: A History of the Game. New York: Scribner. ISBN 0-7432-2990-8.