Mark Talbott, Head Stanford Squash Coach

 "It was great to have Bailey on our Stanford team, the years of experience will serve her well in her new profession"

Ellen Gildea, Squash Parent

“I enthusiastically recommend Bailey Bondy's professional help with all aspects of squash! She has coached my son and daughter over many years and with various levels of squash play, both on and off the court. She has chaperoned both of my children at tournaments and handled all aspects of the tournament weekend from the logistics to the all important mental side and with warm up and recovery. Her positive outlook on life comes through in her coaching. She  has an amazing ability to connect with people and find the right words to motivate and encourage players. I have seen her give private lessons, coach clinics, and coach during and after matches. She can engage anyone in discussion about the psychological side of squash! She takes a unique approach to each player, by watching and listening and discovering what they need and then tailoring her input to the individual player. Her calm yet determined demeanor is motivating and inspiring. Her experience as a top junior and collegiate player and as team captain and mentor for younger collegiate team players serves her well in her approach to coaching both the physical and mental side of squash! My children still text her for a "mental pick-me-up" or consultation from across the county! She's a patient listener and a very compassionate person, as well as fiercely competitive and extremely knowledgeable about squash!!“

Piper Bondy, Nationally Ranked Squash Player

“Working with Bailey is an introspective way to take control and achieve the goals you set for yourself" 

Jillian Frager, Stanford Graduate

“Bailey has a contagiously positive and energetic spirit that shines through in everything she does, especially in her dedication to sports psych and coaching. With her combined experience playing squash and expertise in the field, Bailey has the skills to help any player reach his/her goals.“