Director and Head Squash Pro
Khaled Ghoniem, our squash professional from Egypt has over 10 years of coaching experience. He has played as a professional and reached top 10 in Egypt U17 and top 15 U19. Khaled has achieved international recognition for his play and He coached the Egyptian national team girls U19 and some of Egypt’s top players. Khaled coached Karim Abdelgawad, world ranked 5th in 2018, and Fares Al-Dessoky, world ranked 8th in 2017.
Arshad Iqbal Burki
Arshad is a professional squash player from Pakistan representing the legacy of the Khans. Arshad was the junior champion of Pakistan and reached the world ranking of 52. He has represented his country in all major worldwide tournaments and has seven years of coaching experience in developing, training and coaching juniors and adults.
Lincou is a retired professional squash player from France who once ranked 1st in the world
Randy Coplin is a Boston native and has been very active in the squash community as a player and coach for many years. After graduating Connecticut College, Randy chose to follow his passion for squash and has committed to sharing his love for the game through coaching. He has worked with many players of all ages and levels, both novice and nationally ranked players in the United States. Currently, he is the Squash Director at the Fessenden School, serving as a mentor to both the coaching team and students that participate in their squash programs.
Contact Randy: (617) 291-8771
Paul Mathieson, from the United Kingdom, has extensive experience in coaching and playing squash.
As a professional player and a National Team player, Paul has traveled six continents around the world playing tournaments like the World Team Championships, and is a winner of multiple National Championships. A graduate of the Wycliffe School/Wycliffe Squash Academy and the University of Birmingham, two premier British academic institutions, Paul has personally demonstrated his commitment to both the academic and athletic aspects of the sport.