Alister Walker joined the Columbia squash staff as an assistant coach at the top of 2016. Walker brings Columbia a wealth of knowledge from his professional playing experince dating back to 2002.
Walker has captured 11 PSA World titles en route to his highest world ranking of 12. He also competed internationally representing both England and his birthplace of Botswana. In 2013, Walker made history by winning the country’s first gold medal in an international squash event, beating Zambian Kelvin Ndhlovu for the Men’s Individual All-Africa Title.
Walker’s coaching acumen began at his alma mater, Wycliffe College in the UK. He currently holds the England Squash level 3 coaching certificate. While attending Wycliffe he coached in the Wycliffe club junior program, which help develop young players and encourage participation.