George Washington Promotes Anderson Good to Head Coach


Anderson Good, formerly the men’s and women’s assistant squash coach at George Washington University, was named Head Coach of the GW squash program late last week.

After four seasons in the assistant role, Good will move into the head position recently vacated by the retirement of legendary coach Wendy Lawrence. Coming off a successful season with several firsts for both the men’s and women’s programs, Good has a solid foundation on which to build his own tenure.

With Good assisting in leadership, the GW men’s program has earned back-to-back Hoehn Cup (B Division) Championships, with two members of the team earning CSA All-America selections last season. The women’s program reached their highest program ranking of 14 in 2017-2018, and two-time CSA All-American Zoe Foo Yuk Han reached the highest end-of-season individual ranking in program history at No. 12 this past year.

Known for building relationships with his players and fellow coaches, Good has been the primary originator of the newly established Mid-Atlantic Squash Conference (MASC). MASC staged its first championship event in 2018-2019 and have a total of 12 member teams competing during the 2019-2020 inaugural season.

For more information about Good’s hire at GW, please view the formal press release here.