Our Camp Directors
Coach Assaiante has also recently returned to international coaching as the US Squash Coach, leading the men to a best-ever finish at the World Championship in Paderborn, Germany in '11 and the U.S. Junior Team to a best ever 8th place finish in the 2012 World Championships in Qatar.
Assaiante’s professional athletic career was nothing short of spectacular. He was one-half of the U.S. national doubles championship duo in 1994 and captured the USSRA 50-and-over men’s squash title in 2004.
Pat Cosquer, Bates College Men's & Women's Head Coac is the program director for The College Showcase.
Cosquer graduated from Bates in 1997, and played varsity baseball and squash all four years. Cosquer was team captain and MVP his senior year. Cosquer spent four years at StreetSquash in Harlem, NYC, serving as director of squash programs. Cosquer has coached and instructed squash throughout the Northeast, including stints in Rhode Island at the Newport Squash Club and Portsmouth Abbey School, the Chatham Club in New Jersey and various camps and clinics.
Nathan Dugan, is the Head Pro at the Cincinnati Country Club. Nathan joined CCC after spending 5 years at Cleveland Racquet Club where he spearheaded the renown junior squash program. Born in England, Nathan was a top pro player, achieving a world ranking of #52. He has also won three PSA titles. Previously, Nathan was the Assistant Squash Pro at the University Club in Chicago.
Parth Sharma Raked 161th in the world back in 2007, Sharma is currently the assistant squash professional at the elite Philadelphia Cricket Club. Sharma's past coaching experience entails coaching at Westmoor Club and Kingswood Oxford School. At Kingswood, Sharma led the team to an impressive #3 ranking in Division Three Nationals.
Sharma was a three-time CSA 1st Team All-American player at the National #1 ranked college in America: Trinity College. As a captain and three-year starter, he was All-NESCAC 1st Team in 2009 and 2010. He was also 2nd Team All-NESCAC in 2008 and 2009. Sharma won the honorable Karl Kurth award after assisting Trinity College in their forth National Championship.
Julian Wellings, Birmigham Athletic Club (MI)Head Pro & former World # 46.