The T Squash Staff
Head Squash Pro
Jon joins The T from Oxford, England, where he started playing Squash when he was 15. He competed on the European Junior circuit, reaching the final of the Scottish U23 Nationals. In 2010, Jon joined the PSA World Tour is ranked 164 to date. Being part of the World Tour has allowed Jon to train and compete with players ranked
as high as the Top 20 in the world, giving him a great insight into a wide variety of training methods and an understanding of the requirements needed to compete at a professional level.
Jon is a fully certified England Squash Level 2 coach and has 8 years experience coaching all ages and abilities. He has worked with a number of juniors ranked in
the top 10 in England in their age group.
Neal believes in the power of squash to impact a young life. He began playing squash at age 6, traveled with an American team to compete in Australia at age 14, and attained a national rank of #2 by age 16. While in college, Neal played on two National Championships teams at Harvard, and captained the team in his senior year to an undefeated regular reason. Since then he has played on men's league teams in Boston, Washington and Paris.
In 2000, Neal began to dream of building a facility that would impart life lessons to children through the experience of competitive squash. In 2012, he set out to make this dream a reality, by building the city's first 5-court squash facility now known as The T Squash Academy.
Asst. Teaching Pro
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Volunteer Coach Maurice Bason offers our athletes over 60 years of squash playing and teaching experience. He was the captain of the Exeter University Team in England and Coach at Upper Canada College (leading the team to 6 ISAA Championships). He has been Ohio Squash Champion, Cincinnati Squash Champion and was nationally ranked #5 in the amateur 35+ division.
Coach Maurice is an 10 year Pancreatic Cancer Survivor and loves to share his love of life and learning with the children. He occasionaly still coaches our athletes during the Saturday Junior League matches.