Good Nick Squash is serving up the world’s fastest-growing racket sport to kids and adults. Squash experts Rob and Narelle Krizek, owners of Good Nick Squash, bring their world class game to the Lawrenceville School, where they now manage the school’s spectacular 10-court facility, open to the public year-round.

Introduce your whole family to the fun, the speed, and the camaraderie of one of the most popular indoor sports in the world, with memberships for families, individuals, and junior players. Or, enroll your junior player in one of Good Nick’s Summer Squash Camps.

Good Nick’s world-class coaches provide personalized training year-round, and their summer programs offer day and boarding camps for young players looking to sharpen their game. The three-week Mini Squash Camp (June 10-29) is a day-only camp for players ages 5-9, while the Beginner To Tournament Training Summer Camp is geared for elite players under 17.

The Beginner To Tournament Training Summer Camp is for junior boys or girls who want to take their game to another level whether they are the elite player or new to the game. With the staff’s coaching abilities as well as their camp ratio on 10 courts, Good Nick can take all players.

All Beginner To Tournament camps are offered as day or boarding camps and can be customized to your child’s age and abilities. All camps (for all ages) offer personalized attention (player-to-coach ratio is 4 to 1), match play, tutorials, nutrition, and strength training.

The Krizeks, founders of Above the Tin Squash Camp, have been running squash camps throughout the Northeast for the past 15 years, from day camps to sleep away camps. The Krizeks are also on a mission to bring the sport of squash to middle schools around the greater Princeton area. The couple partnered with Princeton Academy to start a middle school squash team two years ago, and Princeton Academy already has taken a team to the national U.S. Middle School Team Squash Championships.

Come be part of the fun and excitement, and learn for yourself that once you try squash for yourself, there is no going back.

Good Nick Squash, the Lawrenceville School. 609-620-7609.

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