As a player, Wiens was a full-time professional player for eight years. During that span he was ranked as high as eighth in the world. A nine-time German Close champion, he represented his country in team competition 46 times.
Hansi Wiens is head coach at Dartmouth College after coaching and managing the Balearic Islands (Spain) club team for three years. Prior to coaching in Spain he was the owner/manager and coach of the March Sports Club in his native Germany from 1996 until 2003.
Wiens studied engineering in German doing a three-year apprenticeship. He speaks four languages, German, English, Spanish and Russian.
As a player Theo has won a number of tournaments and played internationally on the PSA and domestically on the British Squash Professional circuit (BSPA). In addition, he was a key member of the British University and National School Championship-winning teams.Woodward is the assistant squash coach at Dartmouth College and holds the UK Coaching Certificate Level 3 certification - the highest current qualification attainable in the UK. He has coached and mentored Professional Squash Association (PSA) and Women's International Squash Players Association (WISPA) players as well as junior internationals. Woodward has also worked with some of the best coaches in the world, including six-time de facto World Champion Jonah Barrington. Woodward studied Commerce at the University of Birmingham in the UK, graduating with honors and a prize for his extended study on Squash Sponsorship
Former top 3 in Germany,ranked top 25 in Europe(Juniors),coaches experience as a coach at Dartmouth College,working with the community and assisting with the Junior Program. Valeria has competed as number one on the Dartmouth Women's squash team throughout the 2009/2010 and 2010/2011 seasons. She was chosen to be First Team All-American and All-Ivy for her achievements in her freshman year here at Dartmouth.
Moustafa Hamada was one of Egypt's top junior players and is now on the starting line-up of Trinity College. He is an economics major at Trinity and this will be Moustafa's second summer with Hansi Wiens Squash Camps.
Ashley was one of the top junior players and a member of the Junior National Team in France. In the United States Ashley is a government major at Trinity College and will be starting for the third year for the Bantams. She was one of the players that helped defeat Harvard for the National title during the 2013-2014 season. It will be Ashley's second summer volunteering at Hansi Wiens Squash Camps at Dartmouth.
Chris Brownell is Head Squash Professional at Newton Squash and Tennis club, where she works with a number of nationally ranked junior players. Prior to coaching at Newton Squash and Tennis Chris was theWomen's Head Squash Coach at Wellesley College from 1999-2001 and Men's and Women's Head Squash Coach at Dartmouth College from 1993-1998.Chris is a Dartmouth graduate and a mother of three avid junior squash players, Jesse, Timmy and Becky, all of whom are ranked nationally in squash.
Michelle Clayton is now in her fifth season as a member of the Dartmouth track and field staff as an assistant coach with a primary focus on throws and it will be Michelle's second summer with our camp.. She came to the Big Green from Duke University where she spent two seasons coaching the men’s and women’s throwers.Michelle previously served as a graduate assistant strength coach from 1998 – 2000 at East Carolina. She then went to Virginia Tech from 2000 – 2001 as the Coordinator of Strength and Conditioning for Women’s Olympic Sports before return to East Carolina to serve as a part time track and field coach and strength coach from 2001 – 2004. In 2004, Michelle rejoined the ECU staff full time as an Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach and remained in the role before joining the Pirate Club Staff in August of 2007. Michelle graduated magna cum laude in 1998 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Exercise Physiology from East Carolina.Following graduation, she went on to compete for five more years qualifying for the 2000 and 2004 USA Track and Field Olympic Team Trials in the hammer throw. In 2003, Michelle was ranked seventh in the country and was consistently ranked in the top 10 from 2000 – 2005. Following her track career, Michelle went on to compete for USA Weightlifting finishing third in the country at the Senior Nationals in 2005.
Marc Davis enters his 14th season at Yale and was recently named Men’s Head Track and Field Coach. Davis works primarily with the Bulldog men's and women's sprinters. He began his coaching career in the fall of 1995 at his alma mater, Lafayette College, where he was a volunteer assistant coaching the sprints and hurdles. In January of 1997, Marc moved on to coach at Millersville University as a graduate assistant for sprints, hurdles, and jumps, and he helped to guide numerous athletes to the NCAA Division II national championships and to All-East performances. From “The Ville," Marc joined the Bulldog staff in the 2000-2001 season to coach the sprints. It will be Marc's first summer working at our camp.
Having professional players and coaches who can see YOUR game and see exactly what you need to move to another level makes all the difference.
This summer enjoy some hard play at Dartmouth College in the beautiful Upper Valley. Spend a week with us and change your squash for a lifetime.
A unique opportunity to take your squash to another level. Hansi Wiens and other top tier professionals will offer 4 camp sessions throughout the 2014 summer at Dartmouth College in Hanover, NH.