iSquash Staff


 

Bob Hanscom - Director of iSquash
lasquash@yahoo.com
626-460-6120
Bob is certified as the highest (level 1) squash coach by the WPSA (World Professional Squash Association). He is also a U.S. Squash nationally certified referee, assessor and instructor...refereeing and conducting seminars/clinics at the World Championships, Pan American Games, Pan Am Federation Championships and many national, regional and local squash events. Bob was also honored with the United States Olympic Committee’s Developmental Coach of the Year Award and one of America's top 50 most intriguing, interesting and influential people in squash.



Brooks Russell - Staff Professional
215-460-4642
Originally from Pennsylvania, Brooks was a four-year varsity squash-player at the University of Pennsylvania. He was formally a squash coach at the Heights Casino private club in Brooklyn, NY for ten years where he coached some of the top-ranked junior squash-players in the country. He also coached the national squash championship high-school team...the Baldwin School in Bryn Mawr, PA.

                                                                                                                                  
                                                             

 
Alex Reynolds - Staff Professional
Alex has t
hree-years experience as the professional squash instructor at the Pittsburgh, PA Golf Club. He has a
cquired techniques/expertise from some of the world’s top professional squash-players, including David Palmer, Miguel Angel Rodriguez, Julian Illingworth, Karim Darwish and Natalie Grainger. He also has t
wo-years junior squash-tournament coaching experience throughout Northeastern U.S. 
Coaching experience at the Arroyo Seco Racquet Club 
includes in-depth technical analysis, footwork/fitness, isolated drills, synchronized games and strategic development. 








Tom Williams - Staff Professionaltom@isquash.us
424-634-9603
Tom grew up in Scotland and began playing squash at Gordonstoun School in a very-well established junior program. He trained and competed with some of Scotland’s top squash players in junior tournaments as well as captaining the school team in the Highlands & Islands Premier League. In 2012, after one year of college squash in England, he moved to Los Angeles. Now coaching at the ASRC he looks to grow the amazing game of squash, introducing it to new players of all ages and coaching a number of Southern California’s top junior players. Teaching lessons, Tom combines elements of technique, footwork and fitness-training while emphasizing that squash is not only (according to Forbes Magazine) the healthiest sport in the world, but also the most fun!