Oakwood is proud to host a very active squash playing community. A variety of programs are offered, including an in-house league, teams representing our Club in the East Bay League, adult and youth instruction and private lessons. There are three premier glass-back wall international-size courts at Oakwood within the gymnasium.
Squash Court Availability and Reservation Policy
Squash Courts may be reserved in advance. Please sign up at the Activities Desk, Front Desk or on the Member Self-Service Site. Same day reservations must be made at least one hour in advance. Unreserved courts are on a first come-first serve basis.
Oakwood’s in-house league sports up to five Divisions from Novice to A Level players. Formal sessions are in the Fall (September through early December) and Winter (January through late April) and feature Round-Robin play ending with a single-elimination tournament. To join or seek information, inquire at the Activities Desk or contact Denise for more information.
Lessons are now available with Squash Pro Torey Broderson. A variety of lesson packages are available, including Junior Lessons! Please see the Activities Desk for booking information or email here. *24 hour cancellation policy for lessons.
East Bay League
The East Bay Competitive Squash League features team matches between seven clubs in the East Bay with active squash programs. Matches for three Divisions are played Wednesday evenings throughout the fall and winter months. Playoffs occur at the end of the season between the top teams in the East Bay, Peninsula, Marin and Sacramento leagues to determine the overall Northern California Champions. In 2005 the Oakwood Division II team won it all! To get more information or join a team, contact the Activities Desk
Over ten age-group, skill-level and open-professional tournaments take place in the San Francisco Bay Area each year. For up-to-date information, visit the NorCal Squash website at www.norcalsquash.org
As a college freshmen in 2009, he singlehandedly founded and coached the College of Charleston squash team. He was the coach, president and #1 player for all 4 years, culminating in a national division title in 2013.
In Charleston, he worked as a Squash Pro at the Charleston Squash Club under Matt Jenson, top 3 world doubles player. He eventually transitioned into his role as program director of Chucktown Squash, an urban squash program for underserved youth in Charleston, South Carolina. While program director, Torey doubled the program enrollment and helped develop a partnership with his alma mater to build 5 brand new courts for the program.