It has been a busy winter for SquashBusters. Read about some amazing accomplishments by our SQB Boston team and a milestone for our program in Lawrence.
SquashBusters has been in full swing this fall - a senior earns well-deserved recognition, our seventh graders join the team, the class of 2019 reflects on their time with SQB, the staff continues to look for ways to make our programs even better, and some alumni hit the courts!
Tuesday, October 30th marked SquashBusters’ 3rd annual Breakfast with Champions – a day we broke down walls and brought together people from different circumstances, all in the name of improving the SQB program and strengthening our community.
The Lawrence program has hit the ground running this fall – recruiting our newest class of sixth graders, traveling to tournaments across New England, and preparing for two of the year’s most exciting events!
Each summer, SquashBusters connects our students to life-changing opportunities to travel, learn, and play - including the Urban Squash Citizenship Tour. Check out the blog post from Kiara, SQB Boston '18, about being a part of this year's Tour!
Another year comes to an end at SquashBusters, and we're thrilled to look back on year of extraordinary accomplishments - from stepping up the squash culture to sending another full class of graduates to college.
In its very first year, SquashBusters Providence is already having a powerful impact in the city. With strong partners by its side, the program is serving nearly 30 students with a plan to eventually serve 110.
In its sixth year, SquashBusters Lawrence is fully grown with nearly 100 students in grades 6-12, and our very first graduates are college-bound - setting the stage for future success in classes to come.
Catch some familiar faces in this special edition of CBS Boston's "It Happens Here" segment, which spotlights SquashBusters Boston and its role in the community.
With the support of corporate sponsors like MFS, SquashBusters raised more than $1.38 million over the course of 2.5 days, all of which will impact 350 young people who benefit from the sports-based development program.