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COVID-19 Update

Last Updated:  September 2, 2020

The Squash Club House League will not operate during the Fall 2020 Semester.  The Athletics Department is developing a phased approach to opening it's facilitates.  Clubs are permitted to to 'return to train' under some circumstances, but competitive play is not allowed.  

The squash courts are also not available to be booked for recreational play at this time.

This web page will be updated as more information becomes available.


The Squash Club operates a House League in the Fall and Winter semesters and welcomes players of all skill levels – from beginners to the pros!  Squash is a fantastic game, and the club is a great way to get exercise, meet great people, improve your game, and most of all have fun.

House League takes place on Tuesday evenings between 5:00 & 10:20 pm. It is important that you can commit to a Tuesday evening game if you join the house league. You will have a 40-minute pre-scheduled match every Tuesday against another player who is in your general skill level. The level for new players is determined during the seeding night at the beginning of the semester so it is very important that new house league players attend the seeding night. League play, including play-offs, ends just before exams start. League players are automatically on the ladder.

Register at Client Services at the Athletics Centre or on-line at   Please note:  You must officially register with the Athletic Centre to be in the club.

Information about the the University of Guelph OUA Men’s and Women's Squash Teams are further down this page


  • $10 for House League (includes ladder) 

* All clubs memberships require a prerequisite base athletics membership.  Currently enrolled, on-campus students already have this prerequisite membership during the Fall and Winter semesters.  For all other community participants and students attending classes in the summer months, a monthly base membership is required for purchase before enrolling into a club*  

Club Times and Key Dates

Fall 2020 Semester:

  • Due to the COVID-19 pandemic the Squash Club is not operating during the Fall 2020 semester

Winter 2021 Semester:

  • Club Information and Seeding Night: TBD
  • Registration Deadline is TBD

Club Info and Schedules/Results

Club Executive

  • Stacy Favrin - Convenor/Co-President
  • Dave O’Driscoll - Convenor/Co-President
  • Sophie Warlow - Student President and Treasurer
  • Mohammed Salemwalla  - Competitive Team Liaison


Squash Club - House League:

OUA Competitive Team (see below):

OUA Competitive Team

The University of Guelph OUA Men’s and Women's Squash Teams consist of students from the University of Guelph who wish to play competitively against varsity teams from other universities such as Waterloo, Western, Toronto etc. The teams have full-time coaches who help players to improve their skills and play at a higher level. Currently the teams compete in 5 university tournaments organized by the Ontario Jesters, the OUA Championships as well as several other tournaments throughout the year across South-Western Ontario.

If you have any questions regarding the Guelph Squash Teams or are looking to play high level squash at Guelph, please contact Alex Nolan or Mohammed Salemwalla at



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What Participants Have Said...

The UofG Squash Club is a fantastic way to meet new people and stay in shape. Whether you have never played before, or have been playing for years, there is friendly competition to challenge you.
— Stefanie Sharp (BComm 2011)
Being a part of the squash club for the past 3 years has been one of the most memorable parts of University for me. When I first joined it was a bit intimidating since I didn't know anyone in the club and my skills were lacking, but that quickly changed. Not only have I improved my game and, but I have also met so many amazing people along the way!
— Alexandra Vickers (BSc.H '15)
University of Guelph squash club was a great way to stay fit and develop community for me. I'm on a non-profit board thanks to volunteering with the Squash Club.
— Patrick Kelly
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