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Greg played squash at Williams College from 1980-1984 and competed on the World Pro Squash Association’s tour from 1985-1992, reaching a career high ranking of #2 in North America. After pro squash, he went on to study at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government where he wrote a paper called ‘Bringing Squash Down from the Ivory Tower’. That paper served as the initial blueprint for SquashBusters. Greg’s success with SquashBusters in Boston has catalyzed national investment for urban squash across the country. In 2012, Greg was named to the United States Squash Hall of Fame for his leadership of SquashBusters and urban squash.