If you are interested in learning more about the challenge ladder and how to manage it in the US Squash system, please join us for coffeee and doughnuts on November 9, at 9:30-10:45 AM in the Darien Library Conference Room. Thanks.
About the Initial Ladder: The initial ladder was created using the below criteria. Please note that the initial ladder is a starting point, and it will never be the same, so please don’t assume your current position is accurate.
Click on the buttons on the right to request and/or record a match
Start Date 7/3/2019, End Date 7/2/2020
Players are responsible for self refereeing their own match, or asking teammates to referee their match
Parents, friends, teammates are not allowed to interfere with a match; no cheering
Coaching is not allowed before or during a challenge match, advice can be given when the match ends
Players agree on final scores, and winner enters scores into US Squash System within 24 hours
Score Validation: First to 11 with 2 point advantage, best of 5 games
Maximum number of challenge positions above player: 2
What happens when the challenge is NOT played: Win for challenger
Action taken after challenge has NOT been played: 6 days
Loser must wait before challenging same player: 6 days
Maximum number of concurrent challenges initiated: 2 challenges
Maximum number of concurrent challenges accepted: 1
If you are interested in learning more about the challenge ladder and how to manage it in the US Squash system, please join us for coffeee and doughnuts on November 9, at 9:30-11:00 AM in the Darien Library Conference Room.