Terry Eagle, has been the head of the squash program at Cate School in Santa Barbara, California since 1988. Cate is one of only five high school programs in California, and Eagles’s squad defeated them all this season, dropping only four individual matches along the way. In the past five seasons, eight of Cates’ players have gone on to play inter-collegiate squash with three more expected this year to compete. Eagle is also president of the board for the Santa Barbara School of Squash, an urban program for children from at risk schools.
Santa Barbara School of Squash (SBSOS) founded in 2006 is a 501(c)(3) non-profit after school urban youth enrichment program for at-risk children in Santa Barbara. The Santa Barbara School of Squash aims to help children realize their academic, athletic and personal potential through education, squash instruction and mentoring programs, including; tutoring programs, community service, squash tournaments and field trips. Through the help of volunteers SBSOS continues to grow and enrich the lives of children in Santa Barbara now serving 25 6th – 12th graders and growing annually. Visit SBSOS.org for more information.
For more information, please contact: Debbie Brown, Executive Director, Santa Barbara School of Squash: (805) 203-3093: email@example.com