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  • Harrow Cup 2015 Recap!

    Harrow Cup 2015

    College field hockey season is in full swing, with most teams almost half way through their regular season schedule. The time, effort, and passion these players and coaches devote to the sport is admirable. However, once their NCAA eligibility is finished, we, as a country, have failed to provide an opportunity for them to continue their playing careers. The club system in Europe is something we all envy. Kids and adults of all ages have the opportunity to play as often and as competitively as they desire. While there are several annual tournaments with adult divisions in the US, there are far fewer structured leagues. The major cities often find enough players to put on a weekly co-ed match, but most players would tell you they want more.

    At Harrow, our team of former college field hockey athletes decided we should do something about it. The Harrow Cup was created in 2012 with the goal to kick start a post-collegiate playing community in the States. We have successfully organized a draft based tournament for the past 3 years, and will continue to adapt and improve the event to meet the needs of our new community.
    This is just the beginning. We aim to organize and support leagues that will string together existing tournaments to create a full calendar of playing opportunities.

    Take a look at the 2015 highlight video to hear a few words from our friends on why post-collegiate field hockey is important for our sport.

    Stay tuned for exciting information on the 2016 Harrow Cup, and other playing opportunities. Have a suggestion? Email us at Email us at harrowcup@harrowsports.com

  • Labor Day 2015


  • Sobhy Bio



    Amanda Sobhy

    • #10 Women's Squash Player in the World

    • Four Time National Champion at Harvard University

    • #1 Women's Squash Player in the United States 

    • Plays with the Clutch Squash Racquet 

    • Winner of 12 WSA tour titles 

    • 2010 World Junior Champion

    • Read More about Amanda  


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  • Sobhy Signs with Harrow Sports!


    Denver, CO—May 14, 2015

    Harrow Sports is pleased to introduce the newest addition to its Elite Team, Amanda Sobhy. One of the most decorated players in US Squash history, Sobhy signed with Harrow after finishing her college career at Harvard, with four individual national championships to her name.

    Sobhy began her international career with a splash, becoming the only player under the age of 17 to win three major Women’s Squash Association (WSA) titles. The 2010 World Junior Women’s Champion, Amanda continues to dazzle the squash community and make history. Not only is she the only American squash player to reach the quarterfinals in the Tournament of Champions, but Amanda also took home gold at her first official event as a professional in the Texas Open last month. She is currently ranked at #10 in the world, showing obvious promise to climb the rankings.

    “We are absolutely thrilled to welcome Amanda to the Harrow Family,” states Mark Hayden, Harrow Sports CEO. “She is a stellar competitor and we couldn't be more excited to have a player of her caliber join us.”

    "Amanda is one of the smartest and hardest working people I have met in the squash community and I am personally gratified that she has chosen to work with Harrow", added Dave Rosen, Harrow Vice President of Racquet Sports. "I've come to know Amanda and her family very well over her unparalleled career as a junior and collegiate player and look forward to working with Amanda as she continues to establish herself as an internationally renowned squash professional."

    After inking her name on the dotted line, Sobhy commented “"I am really excited to be a part of Team Harrow. Signing with Harrow was an obvious choice for me as they continue to grow into one of the worldwide leaders in squash. Their support of the squash community, dedication to delivering the best possible products and their personalized service truly sets them apart from the competition. I am happy to be representing Harrow as I begin my professional career and am looking forward to working with this great company for years to come."

  • Marwan El Shorbagy Signs with Harrow

    April 14, 2015----Denver, Colorado, Harrow Sports is pleased to announce the newest edition to its Elite Team, Marwan El Shorbagy of Egypt. Currently poised at 12th in the world, Shorbagy is the highest ranked male player to endorse Harrow products, both on and off the court.

    Shorbagy made his PSA debut at the young age of 17 and has continued to make a name for himself in the squash community, being only the third player in history to capture two World Junior Championships back to back. He is also the only player to win multiple individual and team World Titles.

    "We are thrilled to welcome Marwan to our team," Harrow CEO, Mark Hayden states, "He embodies what our brand is about, demanding excellence, delivering results and most importantly, growing the game of squash. We welcome Marwan with the utmost excitement and look forward to a long and successful relationship."

    "I am very excited to be a part of the Harrow Team," comments Marwan after signing his contract. "Harrow has proven themselves as big squash company and I know we will enjoy a great partnership together for an extended period of time. I already can't wait to get that first racquet in my hands!"


  • Gaining on Goliath

    qxL89eQ_In anticipation of this week’s matches against Argentina at Spooky Nook Sports, I thought I’d give some insight into the history of our contentious yet budding rivalry. Games will be held February 13th (6:30pm), 14th (4pm), 16th (6:30pm), and 18th (6:30pm). Check your local TV listing for details on the live broadcast. 

    Our rivalry with Argentina, it’s like a modern-day adaptation of David and Goliath, only our version picks up in the aftermath of the epic showdown - the 2011 Pan American Game Final - and comes with a slight plot twist, Goliath, Argentina in our case, didn’t vanish after we became victors.

    With each contest, the rivalry grows. Here’s what you need to know:

    The Characters.

    Argentina, ranked #2 in the world, is one of the most dominant nations, alongside the Netherlands and Australia, in international hockey. Their play, typical of its South American roots, is tenacious and energetic, seductively skillful, blazing with fanciful flashes of flare and fire.  The crown of Las Leonas, as they are colloquially known in Argentina, glints with the gold of World Championships, the silver and bronzes of Olympics.

    USA, ranked #8, is one of the emerging nations on the world hockey scene. Traditionally known for our physical prowess and relentless discipline, our typically brutish play has been technically and tactically refined in recent years. The sophistication enhances our inherent physical abilities and mental fortitude, making us, in my opinion, one of the most dynamic and interesting forces in the game right now.

    The Plotline

    The storyline hasn’t always been so riveting. In fact, until a few years ago, it was downright predictable. The trailer would’ve read something like this:

    America, dutifully playing the role of pesky, Pan-American under study, valiantly takes the field to overcome the seemingly invincible Las Leonas. Chest’s puffing with the forged bravado of belief, the Americans’ style, physical and resilient, keeps the contest close, yet inevitably, the Argentines always pull away victorious.

    Argentina had an edge on us. We’d try, try, try, but deep down, I think we questioned whether we belonged. Something needed to change. We needed to reformulate our strategy, figure out what was holding us back, and do something about it.

    Our task was to bring Goliath, in our own minds, down to size. Because, you see, here’s the thing about David and Goliath, Goliath so believed his own invincibility, that David was, to him, a mere nuisance. Yet, David didn’t buy the bluster. He saw Goliath for what he was, a massive, skilled, trained, yet most importantly, a mortal fighter. David called Goliath’s bluff.

    For years, we’d been buying into the Argentine bluff, trying, and failing, to outdo them at their own game. David didn’t beat Goliath with brute force. We had to find a way to create an even playing field, that meant playing to our strengths – using our discipline to win the small battles, and our resilience to stay in the moment, resisting the urge of getting caught up in the Argentine storyline.

    Eventually, the mental block began to unravel. It didn’t happen overnight. It took patience. We lost many more games, but with each loss we learned, and in time we were able to take the field without the weight of the albatross around our necks. We were free to play the game.

    In 2011, we had an historic victory over the Las Leonas in the Pan American Games Final. Since then, the scorecard has been pretty even. We won in the 2012 Olympics, tied in pool play at the 2014 World Cup, and in our last meeting, for the World Cup Bronze Medal, we lost 2-1.

    With a new cast of characters, the upcoming games will open a new chapter in our ever-evolving rivalry. As they seek to stay atop the world rankings, and we yearn to climb the ladder, much still remains to be written. The only difference now is that Goliath knows the name of David. It’s the United States of America.

    Courtesy of Rachel Dawson and Fig Lancaster:  http://bit.ly/1zGnDAx

  • NWLL Signs Partnership with Harrow Sports

    The National Women’s Lacrosse League has announced a partnership with Harrow Sports starting immediately. John McCarthy, commissioner of the NWLL, had this to say about the partnership.

    "We are very pleased to enter into an agreement with Harrow Sports,” stated McCarthy. “They have been very proactive with the NWLL, and with the growth of our league, it's a great time for both of us to partner.  I'm confident that this will be a genuine win-win partnership."

    Harrow Sports has been a leader in the women's lacrosse industry since they introduced one of the game's first carbon graphite shafts in 2003. Harrow has continued to innovate from that day forward and believe that their product offerings are among the most technologically advanced in the market. With the personalized service, custom craftsmanship, and a team of passionate and dedicated employees, Harrow Sports is changing the Sporting Goods industry

    Keith M. Krasney, the director of sales for Harrow Sports, had this to say about the partnership with the NWLL.

    "We  are extremely excited about our new partnership with the NWLL,” mentioned Krasney. “This partnership continues our commitment to women's lacrosse and elevating the sport's presence throughout the world. We look forward to providing our innovative equipment and apparel to all the athletes."

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  • Squash Talk

    Denver, Colo. - Wednesday, December 10, 2014 - The start of December was one to remember. The 2014 SHOP.CA Women’s World Team Squash Championship drew athletes, coaches and squash
    fanatics from 20 countries to share more than just a competition but also the sport. Every athlete kept fans fixated on the court with heart-pounding action all week long.

    England defeated first-time finalists Malaysia 2/1 to win the 2014 World Championship title for the seventh time this past weekend. Team Malaysia upended the favorite, Egypt 2/0 in the semifinal round. Raneem El Welily fell to Nicol David in one of the most competitive match ups of the week and Low Wee Wern upset Nour El Sherbini for the deciding point to solidify Malaysia’s slot in the final. Amanda Sobhy and Team USA beat France 2/0 to capture 5th place and their best finish in the World Team Championship. Lastly, we would like to highlight Omneya Abdel Kawy who played in her eighth World Championship!

    Harrow Sports proudly outfitted Team Canada, Malaysia, India, USA, Wales and was the official apparel provider and racquet sponsor of the WWT Tournament. Harrow also supported the new line of string during the tournament. If you didn’t get a chance to test the new line of string, please contact Dave Rosen or Manek Mathur for samples.

    Team Harrow would like to welcome Laurens Jan Anjema and Donna Urquhart back to the court after months of being sidelined with injuries.  We are thrilled to see the Harrow racquets in hand and moving!

    Share your squash updates, apparel and equipment by tagging @harrowsports to be featured on the Official Harrow Sports Instragram and Twitter accounts.#TeamHarrow #UnleashYourGame

  • U.S. Squash Doubles Championships

    The U.S. Mixed Squash Doubles Championships made its first fall debut! Congratulations to all Harrow Sports Pro's and players!

    For all results, visit U.S. Mixed Open Doubles tournament page.

    Photo Cred. U.S. Squash

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