Norcal Squash Association proudly congratulates our own Berkeley Revanaugh

Berkeley

Norcal Squash Association proudly congratulates our own Berkeley Revanaugh her sister Mary McKee for successfully defending the US National Doubles 40+ Title as a 3peat !!! Her victory is in addition to her previous squash notable success and contribution to our game. Outstanding Play Early in her career, Berkeley was the national junior champion in singles and doubles squash. She then became a four-time All-American and academic All-American at Yale, served twice as captain of the Yale team, won the national intercollegiate title in 1991, and captained Yale’s winning Howe Cup team in 1992. Capping her college career, she won an award as the senior woman athlete who best exemplified the values of Yale. Berkeley’s squash career after Yale has been equally outstanding. She attained a world professional ranking of 27 in singles; won the U.S. national doubles title; has won four national 40+ age-group titles in doubles (now 5); represented the U.S. women’s national team in three world championships as well as the Pam-Am Games (where the team won a silver medal) and three Pam-Am Federation Cups; and played on the championship U.S. team in the 2014 Can-Am Cup. Contributions to the Game of Squash Berkeley’s support of U.S. Squash has included serving on the Board of Directors from 1992-96, and more recently on the Selection Committee and Finance Committee. Since 2011, she has been a volunteer coach at the Stanford Junior Squash Program, which works with players aged 8 to 14. She is also a regular supporter of SquashDrive (a NUSEA after-school program that is dedicated to teaching and coaching children from underserved neighborhoods) and Xtreme Squash (a Stanford program with a similar mission and a focus on community service).

John Lau of the University club provided much of this precious insight and background info. Congrats again to our local Champ Berkeley and her sister for a triumphant victorious defense.

Jay Kim Norcal Squash Association