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  • Fall Giveaway Contest

    Fall Giveaway Contest runs from September 24th through October 12th

    As always, we are very excited to be the official apparel licensee for the USA Field Hockey's National Hockey Festival, presented by CranBarry held in Palm Beach County, Fla. November 22-24th. We have been working hard on this year's exclusive line of Festival apparel but thought, why keep all this exciting gear to ourselves?

    Enter our Giveaway contest for an exclusive opportunity to WIN a brand new Harrow Bowie 95 and a gift basket packed with Festival Gear. Head into Festival already looking the part and ready to make a big impact with your new Harrow Bowie 95!

    How to enter our Bowie 95 & Festival Gift Basket Give Away Contest:

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  • Weekend College Games • Sept 21-23

    content courtesy of USA Field Hockey 

    Each week, USA Field Hockey highlights some of the top college games in Division I, II and III.


    DI: Lafayette vs. Drexel | 7:00 p.m. ET | Game Central
    Drexel will host Lafayette this Friday in Philadelphia at 7:00 p.m. ET. Drexel suffered their third loss of the season this past Sunday when they fell 1-2 to neighbor Penn. Although the Dragons struck quickly in the first half, Penn responded by scoring two goals before the break. In the second half, both teams held strong on defense preventing any more goals from being scored. The loss dropped Drexel to 4-3 overall this season. Lafayette earned one win and one loss this past weekend. The Leopards defeated Lehigh 3-2 in overtime on Friday and then fell to Albany 0-4 on Sunday. The overtime victory was Lafayette’s first win of the 2018 season, and improved them to 1-0 in conference play, but 1-6 overall.  When these two teams met last year, Drexel defeated Lafayette 4-1.

    DII: Mercy vs. Bellarmine | 3:55 p.m. ET | GLVC Sports Network
    Bellarmine will host Mercy this Friday in Louisville, Ky. at 3:55 p.m. ET Bellarmine won three consecutive matches including a 5-1 win over Concordia this past Sunday. The Knights held a 21-6 shot advantage and a 13-5 advantage in penalty corners. Despite scoring five goals, Bellarmine missed several opportunities and was disorganized at points during the game. The win improved them to 4-1 overall this season as they look to compete for the entire 70 minutes against Mercy this Friday. Mercy is coming off its first win of the 2018 season after defeating American International College 2-1 this past Saturday. The game was evenly matched with shots tied at 14-14 and penalty corners favoring AIC 13-11. But the Mavericks were able to capitalize on their opportunities by scoring off a corner in the 52nd minute to secure the win.

    DIII: Springfield vs. No. 5 Babson | 6:00 p.m. ET | Game Central
    Babson will host Springfield in a New England Women's and Men's Athletic Conference match-up this Friday at 6:00 p.m. ET. Babson is coming off back-to-back shutouts including a strong 11-0 win over UMass Dartmouth this past Monday. The win improved the Beavers to 6-1 overall with their only loss being against top ranked Tufts. Babson will be looking to have another dominate offensive performance against Springfield. The Pride are also coming off a high scoring win defeating Husson 10-3 this past Saturday, where they recorded 34 shots while Husson only recorded 8. The win improved Springfield to 4-1 overall this season. Both teams will be looking to continue their high scoring momentum this weekend.


    DI: Penn vs. Cornell | 12:00 a.m. ET | ESPN+
    Cornell will host Penn this Saturday in Ithaca, N.Y. at 12:00 p.m. ET. Cornell suffered back-to-back losses this past weekend when they fell 0-5 to Maine on Friday and then to Vermont 1-2 on Sunday. The first half between Vermont and Cornell was scoreless but the Big Red were able to get on the board in the 47th minute of game play. Despite scoring first, Vermont scored a pair of late goals to secure the win. The back-to-back losses dropped Cornell to 1-5 overall this season. Penn was able to end their two-game losing streak when they defeated Drexel 2-1 this past Sunday. The win improved them to 3-3 overall this season. This game will be the first Ivy League conference match-up for both teams.

    DII: No. 2 Stonehill vs. No. 8 Assumption | 1:00 p.m. ET | NE10 NOW
    Assumption will host Stonehill at 1:00 p.m. ET this Saturday to kick off Northeast-10 (NE10) Conference play for both teams. After losing their first game of the 2018 season, Assumption bounced back and has won their last three games. This past Saturday, the Greyhounds dominated the stats to shutout Pace 3-0 while showing their offensive capabilities recording 24 shots and earning 18 penalty corners. The win improved Assumption to 3-1 overall this season. Stonehill is coming off a big 9-0 shutout against Saint Thomas Aquinas College this past Saturday. Ranked No. 2 in the Penn Monto/NFHCA Division II National Coaches Poll this week, Stonehill moved to 3-1 overall this season. Both teams are coming off shutouts and have similar overall records so expect this game to be a close one!

    DIII: Wesleyan (Conn.) vs. Bates | 12:00 p.m. ET | Northeast Sports Network
    Bates will host Wesleyan this Saturday at 12:00 p.m. ET in a New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) match-up. Bates will be looking to earn their first win and end their three-game losing streak this weekend when they take on Wesleyan. The Bobcats are coming off a 2-4 loss to now No. 3 Tufts this past Saturday. Despite losing, Bates finished strong against Tufts battling until the very end of the game. The loss dropped them to 0-3 on the season overall and in conference play. Wesleyan has had an up and down season, splitting their first two weekends of game play with a win and a loss. This past week, the Cardinals defeated Roger Williams 3-0 on Tuesday and then loss to now No. 8 Bowdoin 0-2 on Saturday. The win and the loss moved Wesleyan to 2-2 overall and 0-1 in conference play. Both teams will be looking to get their first win in the NESCAC.


    DI: No. 15 Delaware vs. No. 24 Albany | 1:00 p.m. ET  | Game Central
    Albany will host Delaware in Albany, N.Y. this Sunday at 1:00 p.m. ET. Albany is coming off a 4-0 win against Lafayette this past Sunday, where they showed their depth and offensive threats with four different players scoring. The win was a great team victory with everyone contributing and playing the full 70 minutes. The win improved Albany to 4-2 overall this season. Delaware is coming off a 2-4 loss to No. 5 Princeton this past Sunday. The Blue Hens are using the loss to learn and gain more experience against top ranked teams. The loss dropped Delaware to 4-4 overall, with all four losses coming against opponents ranked in the Top-18.

    DII: Saint Anselm vs. LIU Post | 11:00 a.m. ET | LIU Post Pioneers
    LIU Post will host Saint Anselm this Sunday in Brookville, N.Y. at 11:00 a.m. ET. LIU Post is coming off a huge 2-1 overtime win over NE10 opponent, Adelphi University. The win marked the first of the season for the Pioneers and improved their record to 1-2 overall and 1-1 in conference play. LIU Post will be looking to get another NE10 win against Saint Anselm this weekend. Saint Anselm opened its 2018 season with back-to-back losses but was able to turn it around securing back-to-back wins this past week. Saint Anselm defeated Southern New Hampshire 4-1 on Wednesday and then went on todefeat St. Michaels 3-1 on Saturday. The Hawks will be looking to extend their winning streak to three and earn their first conference win this weekend.

    DIII: Converse vs. Rhodes | 12:30 p.m. ET at Sewanee | Game Central
    Rhodes field hockey will host Converse at Sewanee, a neutral site, at 1:30 p.m. ET this Sunday. Converse opened their 2018 season with back-to-back losses against Mercyhurst 1-3 on Saturday and then to Millersville 0-7 on Sunday. This dropped them to 0-2 overall this season. The Valkyries will be looking to turn their season around with a big win over Rhodes this weekend. Rhodes started out their 2018 campaign strong winning their first four games, and are coming off a dominant 11-0 win over Hendrix College this past Saturday. The win improved the Lynx to 4-0 overall and they will look to remain undefeated when they take on Converse this weekend.

    * DI Rankings are based off NFHCA Division I Coaches Poll (Posted September 18, 2018)
    * DII Rankings are based off NFHCA Division II Coaches Poll (Posted September 18, 2018)
    * DIII Rankings are based off NFHCA Division III Coaches Poll (Posted September 18, 2018)

  • September 13 - 20

    Egypt retain the title

    Egypt are still the Women’s World Team Champions after beating England in a repeat of last year’s final in Paris.

    Resting world number one Nour El Sherbini, first up for Egypt was Nouran Gohar, taking on Alison Waters. In a see-saw match that saw a lot of involvement from the referee, it was Gohar who finally prevailed as she forged ahead in the fifth.


    Content courtesy of http://wsfwomensteams.com


    Egypt’s World No.47 Youssef Soliman claimed his biggest ever PSA title at the Pakistan Chief of the Air Staff International after he defeated Hong Kong’s top seed Leo Au in a five-game thriller.

    The 21-year-old came from 2-0 down to shock Hong Kong’s World No.21 Au in 78 minutes as he completed an 11-13, 11-13, 11-7, 11-6, 11-6 to secure his seventh PSA title.

    Meanwhile, also taking place in Pakistan was the Pakistan International Squash Tournament Women’s as Egypt’s World No.31 Rowan Elaraby defeated compatriot Nada Abbas in straight-games in the final to take her second successive PSA title.


    Content courtesy of PSA World Tour

    Redevelopment of 33rd Street Corridor to Expand Nexus of Athletics Activity for Drexel and Philadelphia

    The hub of athletics activity on Drexel’s University City campus will soon have a new look — and even more activity. Announced today, renovation plans for the two-block stretch of 33rd Street adjacent to the University’s indoor varsity and recreational sports complexes, will expand its athletics and events space, and bring in US Squash, the national governing body of the sport of squash, as a new tenant and developer of the Pennsylvania Armory.


  • Full 2017 HEROES Field Hockey Collection Available Now


    Which stick will make you #playlikeahero? Ghost, Bowie, Arrow and X-Bow field hockey sticks now available at harrowsports.com


  • Full Video: Marwan ElShorbagy Featured in PSA Dubai World Series

    Video courtesy: Falcon and Associates

  • #TeamHarrow at PSA Dubai World Series

    The Professional Squash Association's World Series starts tomorrow, June 6th and runs through June 10th. Featuring the top 8 men and top 8 women squash players in the world, the World Series Finals is the culmination of all the season's tournaments up until this point. Harrow Sports is proud to have three of our sponsored players competing in the prestigious event taking place in Dubai. Good luck #TeamHarrow's Raneem El Welily, Karim Abdel Gawad, and Marwan ElShorbagy!

    Raneem El Welily

    Raneem El Welily

    Raneem plays with the Harrow Vapor squash racquet

    Karim Abdel Gawad

    Karim Abdel Gawad

    Karim plays with the Harrow Vibe squash racquet

    Marwan ElShorbagy

    Marwan ElShorbagy

    Marwan plays with the Harrow Response squash racquet

  • Second New Field Hockey Line Revealed!

    The Arrow is one of four new series of Field Hockey sticks that Harrow Sports is launching during May 2017. Here is your first sneak peek!


    THE ARROW SERIES – Calling All Competitors

    The Arrow features a traditional mould with a 22mm mid-bow curve at 300mm. At 540 grams, the Arrow provides a dependable performance and a competitive edge. Strikers will enjoy a sharp response for deflections and quick trap and shoot situations. Mid-Fielders and Defenders will appreciate the Arrow for quick touches, sly defensive skills and a reliable tried and true hit.

    Available in 95% Carbon, 75% Carbon, and 45% Carbon for various skill levels and personal preferences. Size Options: 35.5”, 36.5” and 37.5”

    The Arrow Series is part of the Heroes Collection. Coming Soon. Stay tuned for more info and pre-order opportunities

  • First Look at the New Line of Field Hockey Sticks

    The Bowie is one of four new series of Field Hockey sticks that Harrow Sports is launching during May 2017. Here is your first sneak peek!

    Bowie Teaser

    THE BOWIE SERIES –  Precision, Performance, Perfection

    The Bowie offers the complete package for any player on the field.  A 24mm low-bow at 250mm provides unbelievable power and control with small skills and passing accuracy.  Whether you’re dodging defenders, sweeping or throwing the ball out of the backfield, or aiming for the top corner, the Bowie will help you succeed. Let’s Dance.

    Available in 95% Carbon, 75% Carbon, and 45% Carbon for various skill levels and personal preferences.  Size Options: 35.5”, 36.5” and 37.5”

    The Bowie Series is part of the Heroes Collection. Coming May 2017. Stay tuned for more info and pre-order opportunities
  • #TeamHarrow's Karim Abdel Gawad is the New World No. 1!

    [ May, 1, 2018 ]  - Karim Abdel Gawad has become the new World No. 1, topping the Professional Squash Association's Men's World Rankings for May 2017. Gawad is only the fifth Egyptian in history to reach the #1 spot.

    May 2017 PSA Men's World Rankings

    May 2017 PSA Men's World Rankings

    25-year-old Gawad has had an impressive season, first ranking as World No. 8, and going on to claim 5 PSA World Titles. In the 2016/2017 season, he became the first home player in 18 years to win the Al Ahram Open in front of the Great Pyramid of Giza, and three months later became the 2016 PSA Men's World Champion. He then triumphed over the (former) World No. 1, Mohamed ElShorbagy at the Qatar Classic, and (former) World No. 1 Gregory Gaultier at the J.P. Morgan Tournament of Champions. Gawad's most recent title came just last week at the Houston Open.

    Karim Abdel Gawad

    Karim Abdel Gawad

    "It means a lot to me, I’ve always had two dreams in my squash career, to be World No.1 and to win the World Championship, so to achieve both dreams in the same season is a dream come true." - Karim Abdel Gawad

    Congratulations Karim, and GO #TEAMHARROW!

  • Amanda Sobhy Turns Injury Into Inspiration


    On March 10, #TeamHarrow's Amanda Sobhy tore her achilles in a devastating moment at the inaugural Ciudad de Floridablanda tournament. She had been top seed.

    Sobhy was up 10-5 in the semi-finals against Olivia Blatchford when she sustained the injury and was forced to retire. Currently World No. 6, she is not expected to complete for the rest of the season.

    Always an inspiration, Amanda has taken this challenge and used it as an opportunity to tell her story as an athlete writer for Excelle Sports, a website that specializes in covering women's sports.

    "Even though it is hard not being able to play the rest of the season, I have been using this time to tell the story of my injury. Most of the time people only see the players results, and rarely does anyone see what goes on behind the scene. I was asked by Excelle Sports to become one of their athlete writers to share my story of my injury and my recovery." - Amanda Sobhy

    Amanda's first article was posted on Friday and can be read at http://www.excellesports.com/news/squash-amanda-sobhy-achilles-injury/

    She'll continue her guest spot with another post in the next few weeks.

    Good luck on your recovery Amanda!

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