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ELAINE HINNEGAN
Position: Starting Guard
Birth Date: 1954-
From: Chatham, Ontario
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Elaine Hinnegan (1954- ) Elaine was born in Chatham attended CCI where she was an all-round athlete starring in basketball, volleyball, badminton, tennis and track and field. While in grade 13 she was the female winner of the prestigious "Hinnegan Trophy". At Lakehead University she was a starting guard on the basketball team for 3 years and played field hockey for 4 years. She was chosen as Female Freshman Athlete of the Year. In her last year at Lakehead she dropped basketball to concentrate on her studies but took up squash at which she has excelled for over 30 years. As she moved around the world with her husband and his job, Elaine played squash competitively and as a teaching pro, taught others to play. She competed for national teams representing 5 different countries and became the #1 player on most of those teams. She presently lives in Chatham, New Jersey where she continues to compete at a high level.

  • 1978-1983
    • Canada - every year was a member of the Canadian National Women's Team - was runner up in National championship 3 times ('82, '83, & '84) - competed in 3 World Championships (1979, 1981, & 1983) 
  • 1979 
    • Was Women's' Champion in Edinburgh Open in Scotland - in 1983 in Perth, Australia, was Captain and #1 ranked Canadian Player - was Head Pro at 4 different squash clubs in the greater Toronto area and became qualified as a National Level 1 Coaching Course Instructor and a Provincial Professional/Clinician 
  • 1983 -1984 
    • United States - teaching pro in Los Angeles, California area 1984-1986 - Manila, Philippines - was National Coach for Junior, Senior - Men's and Women's Teams. Twice ('84 & '85) won Philippine Championship and was #1 Player for National Women's Team at East Asian Championships - in '84 was runner up for individual title and in '85 was Women's Champion 
  • 1987-1993
    • Taiwan - was teaching pro at Taipei American Club - '92 was Women's Runner Up at the Japan Open 
  • 1993-1997
    • Singapore - was teaching pro at Singapore American Club - was member of Singapore Cricket Club's Traveling Squash Team - 1993 - was Women's Champion at Brendaburg Open in Australia - competed in the 1995 World Masters Tournament in Melbourne, Australia 1997 to present - United States - resides in Chatham, New Jersey 
  • 1997-1999 and 2002 
    • Teaching pro giving private lessons and clinics 1998 - competed in US National Women's 40+ Tournament in Los Angeles 2002 - played in Howe Cup in Philadelphia 2003 - competed in US National Women's 45+ Tournament in Hartford 2004 - played in second Howe Cup in Boston 2006 - was Age Group Champion at US National Women's 50+ Tournament at Yale University.
Inducted into Chatham Sports Hall of Fame 2010