Meet the team that's going to bring your squash game to the next level.  


Nick Matthew OBE (Order of the British Empire) is one of England's most successful squash players of all time. A three time world champion hailing from Sheffield, England, Matthew has won the British Open and World Open three times each, and reached number one in 2010.



Neil is a highly experienced, passionate and proactive squash coach with a proven track record of developing squash players at the junior and pro levels. He is one of only eight coaches to hold the High performance Coaching Award, England Squash and Racquetball's highest qualification. 




Danny has provided training and one-on-one coaching to both children and parents of competitive athletes. He founded "The Winning Parent" concept and specializes in personal mentoring. He has coached his own wife, Laura Massaro, since she turned pro in 2000. Laura reached number 1 in 2016.  

STEVE HALL, co-director

Steve is from Calgary, Alberta, Canada and was a perennial Top 10 finisher at the Canadian National Squash Championships during his pro career. Steve has been a squash teacher at some of the most prestigious athletic clubs in Canada and America. Most recently he served as Director of Fitness and Squash at the exclusive Sea Island Resort.



Coach Reiss is the Director of Racquet Sports at Millbrook School. A graduate of Fordham University, he lettered there in varsity squash and tennis. Before joining the Millbrook faculty, Greg coached the men's and women's varsity squash teams at Vassar College. He is also a founding member of Kidzsquash, an urban youth enrichment program in Poughkeepsie, NY.

liza REISS, Dorm parent

Liza Reiss began coaching squash at Millbrook School in 2012 for the junior varsity girls team. She stepped into her role as varsity girls coach in 2013. Coach Reiss lives in Sharon, CT with her husband, Greg, and two children, Greg ('15) and Heidi ('16).


A. Martin (Marty) CLARK, Jr., M.D., CAMP DoCTOR

Marty was the top junior squash player in the US entering Harvard in 1989.  At Harvard he was an all American, captain, #1 player, national team champion, Gold Racquets champion and intercollegiate finalist in 1993. From 1993 through 2000,Marty competed professionally while at the same time attending medical school. During that period he won several PSA events, medaled at the PanAmerican games and retired as US National Champion. Marty completed his Internship and Residency in Orthopedic Surgery at New York Presbyterian Hospital, completed his Sports Medicine Fellowship at Steadman Hawkins Foundation in Vail, and is the founder of the Regional Orthopedics and Sports Medicine at Sharon Hospital in Sharon, CT, where he currently practices.