Dartmouth: 2012 – 2013 Men’s College Squash Season Preview


Hanover, NH — Changes to Dartmouth’s academic calendar mean new opportunities for Big Green squash. “Our fall term starts earlier than usual, and the students will be done with school by the end of November,” explains head coach Hansi Wiens. “This means that our break will be longer, we will be able to go on a longer training trip, and we will have more time to get ready for the winter of squash.” The team will have face one of its key opponents — Penn — in January, so the extra training will come in handy. The other big match of the season will be F&M, and the Big Green will host the Diplomats during the Fall Classic in early December. F&M finished just behind Dartmouth last season, and B Division champions Penn are keen to move up into the A’s, so both matches will have rankings implications. Four new players — Kyle Martino, Alexander Greer, Scott Chapin, and James Fish — will join the Big Green as they make a bid for the top 6. “We are a tightly knit team, and our players are all great friends off the squash court who spend most of their free time together,” says Wiens.

2011-2012 SEASON RECAP

Season Record: 10-8

Final Ranking: 7

Team Championships: 7th in the Potter Cup (A Division)


Program Status: Varsity

Head Coach: Hansi Wiens

Returning Players from Team Championships: 1. Chris Hanson (1st Team All-Ivy, 1st Team All-American, CSA Scholar Athlete, Academic All Ivy);  4. Chris Jung; 5. Robbie Maycock (CSA Scholar Athlete); 7. Fletcher Pease; 8. Bayard Kuensell; 9. Alex Kurth; 11. Michael Mistras

Graduated/Non-Returning Players from 2011-2012 Team Championships: 2. Nick Sisodia (1st Team All-Ivy, 2nd Team All-American); 3. Luke Lee (CSA Scholar Athlete); 6. Stephen Wetherill; 10. Brian O’TooleJack Barrett; Peter Weinberg

Additions to the 2012-2013 Roster:

  • Expected to play in the middle 3: Kyle Martino and Alexander Greer
  • Expected to play in the bottom 3: Scott Chapin and James Fish

Captains: Chris Hanson and Robbie Maycock

Team Goals: To break into the top 6

Key Matches: F&M and Penn

To read other team previews, please visit the 2012-2013 College Squash Season Previews page.