Head Coach, Co-owner of NJ Squash Club, Owner of Dread Sports
Lefika Ragontse is well-recognized around the world for his accomplishments and achievements in the sport of squash, he is as well-known in Botswana and elsewhere for his passion for the youth, who he believes represent the real future of Botswana and the rest of the globe.
Four time NCAA Champion
USA U25 Champion
Botswana National Champion
Zimbabwe Open Champion
Namibian Open Champion
Captain of Botswana National Team
Captain of Trinity College Squash Team
Has Coached 16 US Junior Squash National Champions.
Recruitment and Collegiate Programs:
Amherst, Brown, Bates, Boston University, Colgate, Cornell, Denison, Dartmouth, Franklin and Marshal, Middlebury, George Washington, Hobart, Navy, North Western, Penn, Princeton, Stanford, St. Lawrence, Trinity, Tufts, Wesleyan, Williams, Yale, Harvard
"Squash is as much a metaphor for life as it is
for success in business."
Tyler played squash competitively throughout his youth and he continued on to become a two-time national champion. After competing he began combining his talent, passion and knowledge of the game into a successful coaching career. Prior to working with NJ Squash Club, Tyler worked as a squash professional at Pretty Brook Country Club in Princeton as well as managed and coached the Stuart Middle and High School squash teams. He is known for his passion and dedication and his success as a coach can be attributed to his contagious enthusiasm and his unique ability to relate well to a broad range of age groups.
Chad is the boys’ varsity squash coach at the Lawrenceville School. Chad grew up training at the Chatham Club under Geoff Mitchell. From 2003-2007 Chad competed in the junior tournament circuit. In 2005 he attained #2 rank in the nation (personal best), participated in US squads, represented America in the boys’ under 13 Canada- American international challenge, and finished 9th in the Scottish Jr. Open. In 2007 he finished 5th at US nationals.
Additionally Chad has recently re-passed his referee exam and officiates matches at Princeton University. In 2017 & 2018 he coached the Stuart middle school and high school squash teams. Chad has been invited to coach at top tournament training camps at Princeton University and Yale University.
"Chad brings energy, knowledge, and a love for the game."
Enamullah Khan comes from a long line of distinguished squash players. The most notable being his father, Mo Khan, the legendary world squash champion. Following in his family footsteps, Enamullah has been playing professional squash for more than 20 years. While living in Massachusetts, where he attended the University of Boston and earned a degree in Marketing, he worked for several squash programs; such as the Cambridge Racquet & Fitness Club, the Harvard Business School and the Boston Athletic Club. More recently, he was the head coach for Swarthmore College and the Wharton Business School.
Enamullah attributes his success to his unique ability to motivate his students to push themselves to the limit while still having fun. As a result, students benefit from an increase in skill development and a higher level of fitness activity. Outgoing, energetic yet experienced Enamullah’s passion for the sport is apparent both on and off the court.
Voted "Boston's Best Squash Pro & Program Director."
"Squash is the ultimate mind and body sport."