National Capital Squash Championships Closed


Tournament Dates: 01/27/2018 - 06/15/2018

US Squash members can track the action during the event with the Live Scoreboard.
Live Scoreboard
Equinox-DC (Directions)
1170 22nd St NW
Washington, DC 20006
Facility Phone: 202-974-6600
Contact (click name to email): Wick Clothier: wick.clothier@equinox.com
Contact Phone: N/A

Divisions:
  • Men 3.0 Singles (4 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 3.5 Singles (14 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 4.0 Singles (10 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 4.5 Singles (12 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 40+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Men 5.0 Singles (10 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 50+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Men 65+ Singles (5 Entrants)  View draw
  • Men 70+ Singles (No Entrants)
  • Men Open Singles (3 Entrants)  View results
  • Women 2.5 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 3.0 Singles (6 Entrants)  View draw
  • Women 3.5 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 4.0 Singles (5 Entrants)  View draw
  • Women 4.5 Singles (No Entrants)
  • Women 50+ Singles (No Entrants)




Notes:
Please refer to the above tabs for all information about this tournament

Please see the "rules" tab for info on how the tournament will be organized.

The entire tournament, except the final, is played on YOUR schedule, NOT in one weekend.

The entire tournament, except the final, is played on YOUR schedule, NOT in one weekend.

The finals will be held at Equinox on May 10.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PLACEHOLDER INFO based on last year's draws.  Subject to change.


Men 3.0:

If you lose in the round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the consolation quarters, you go to plate 2. If you lose in plate 2 you are done.

If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

Men 3.5:

If you lose in the round of 32 or round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the classic plate. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 2, you go to plate 2. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 7, you go to plate 3. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

Men 4.0:

If you lose in the round of 32 or round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the classic plate. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 2, you go to plate 2. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 7, you go to plate 3. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

Men 4.5:

If you lose in the round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the consolation quarters.

If you lose in the consolation 7, you go to plate 1. If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

If you lose in the consolation quarters or semis, you are done.

Men 5.0:

If you lose in the round of 32 or round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the classic plate. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 2, you go to plate 2. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation 7, you go to plate 3. If you lose in the plate you are done.

If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

Men Open:

If you lose in the round of 16, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the quarterfinals, you go to the consolation.

If you lose in the consolation quarters, you go to plate 2. If you lose in plate 2 you are done.

If you lose in the consolation semis, you are done.

This tournament is open ONLY to National Capital Squash members and entry is FREE.

To enter more than one draw you need to "keep shopping" after you pick your first draw.  Then go to the tourament page again and add a second draw.  Repeat until you are done picking draws.

If you live in the Washington DC area and are a member of US Squash -- you are automatically a National Capital Squash member. If you are not yet a member, click here to sign up for a "live" membership at $99.79 per year.

Keep in mind that if you add more draws, you have more self-scheduled matches to complete.  So we strongly recommend you limit yourself to no more than two draws.

 

All National Capital Squash members (if you live in the Washington DC area and are a member of US Squash -- you are automatically a National Capital Squash member) are invited to participate in the NCS Championship.  This tournament is open only to NCS members.  If you are not yet a member, click here to sign up for a "live" membership at $99.79 per year.


Entering this event is easy, so choose your draw(s) and enjoy the challenge. There is no entry fee charged by NCS for current US SQUASH/National Capital Squash members.

The entire tournament is played on YOUR schedule, NOT in one weekend.

You will typically have 1 week to 2 weeks to schedule and play each round.  The amount of time will depend on the size of your draw.  Play begins the week of March 19 and we will send you contact info on your opponents so you can arrange your matches on your schedule.

For stright draws, the match date and time indicates the last date that you can play that round.  Any matches unplayed by that time/date will be determined by a coin flip, unless supporting documentation is provided to the tournament director in advance.   For those in a round robin, the dates suggested in the draws are recommendations to keep the round robin on schedule to finish by May 10. Any matches not complete by May 10 will be determined by coin flip. 

Players determine the playing venue for their match.  The "home" court player pays any applicable guest fees.