Karim Shohayeb, from Alexandria, Egypt, is the former head coach of world number one, Nour el Sherbini. Karim has a strong background in coaching, and has been playing himself since he was 7 years old, and won over 25 trophies as a junior.
Along with Sherbini, Karim has coached some of the world’s top junior players including: Habiba Mohamed (4 time British Junior Open winner and 2 time PSA title holder), Hana Ramadan (2 time runner up in the British Open and winner of 2 PSA titles), Farida Mohamed (3rd and 4th place winner in the 2015 and 2016 British Open tournaments), Malak Ashraf (4th place winner in the 2015 and 2016 British Open tournaments), Fares Desouky (who is currently ranked number 15 in the world), in addition to several other PSA players including Heba el Torky and Nouran el Torky, to name a few.
Operations Manager and Senior Coach
Growing up in Boston and involved with the Massachusetts squash scene, Greg made his way to the top 10 in the US Junior Squash circuit. He went on to be recruited to Trinity College where he was a part of 3 Potter Trophy winning teams. With a BA in Psychology, Greg focuses on combining squash knowledge with expertise in mindset training to help shape skillful players with a strong mentality that benefits them within the four walls of the squash court and beyond.
Director of Academics & Recruiting
A native of Concord, Massachusetts and Belmont Hill School alumnus, Andrew began his athletic endeavors as a nationally ranked USTA tennis player before shifting his focus to junior US Squash through the TOG Belmont program. Following a varsity career at Belmont Hill, Andrew was recruited to play squash at Bowdoin College where he earned his BA in philosophy.
Andrew's experience in writing, Mandarin Chinese, and education consulting offer TOG clients a complete picture of how their academic and athletic achievements correlate with their aspirations of higher education admission and collegiate squash placement. Using his expertise in critical thinking and goal-oriented assessment, Andrew is able to establish customized and reachable benchmarks to develop each client into the student, competitor, and applicant they wish to become.
Performance Analyst & Coach
BA Economics with a minor in Globalization and Physics, Bates College in Lewiston Maine.
Recipient of the following squash awards:
2014 NESCAC Conference Men's Rookie of the Year, NESCAC First team, All American
2015 and 2016 All American, NESCAC First Team, Finished 5th nationally in 2015
2016 NESCAC player of the year, NESCAC First Team, All American, Finished 5th nationally in 2015
Corrective Movement & Strength Specialist
Clark Evans, owner of CE Corrective Strength, works with TOG players to improve strength, conditioning, injury and pain solutions, and overall movement, through one-on-one training. He develops individualized programs with exercises targeting each players’ specific needs. Clark brings over 15 years combined experience in strength/conditioning and pain solutions, and has worked with hundreds of clients from the greater-Boston area.
Clark is a certified Perfect Postures practitioner, a Corrective Exercise Specialist Performance Enhancement Specialist from the National Academy of Sports Medicine, a Certified Precision Nutrition Coach, and an attendee of the highly regarded Mike Boyle Strength and Conditioning Mentorship Program. Clark has helped TOG’s players stay strong, active, and injury-free throughout the year.
Bachelor of Science Computer Science Economics, Trinity College in Hartford CT.
4-time Potter Trophy Intercollegiate Team Champion, Trinity College.
3-time All American
Since moving to Boston in 2005, Nadeem’s students have received the Massachusetts State Most Improved Award on multiple occasions. Rated by Boston Magazine as one of Boston's best coaches.