2013 – 2014 College Squash Association Major Events


Northampton, MA — As the 2013 – 2014 college squash season gets underway, here is a list of major college squash tournaments for the upcoming season.

Please send us an e-mail if there are additional major events to add to the list.

  • October 11th – 13th: Intercollegiate Doubles Championship (Philadelphia, PA)
  • October 25th – 27th: Bucknell Round Robin (Hosted by Bucknell University)
  • October 27th: Ithaca Squash Invitational (Hosted by Ithaca, played at Cornell)
  • November 1st – 3rd: Price-Bullington Invitational (Richmond, VA)
  • November 2nd: Hudson Valley Individual Tournament (Hosted by Vassar College)
  • November 2nd – 3rd: Northeastern Invitational (Hosted by Northeastern)
  • November 8th – 10th: Navy Veterans Weekend Round Robin (Hosted by the Naval Academy)
  • November 9th – 10th: Ivy League Scrimmages (Hosted by Yale University)
  • November 15th -17th: Navy Round Robin (Hosted by the Naval Academy)
  • November 15th -17th: Boston Round Robin (Hosted by MIT)
  • November 15th – 17th: Jester Event (Hosted by University of Minnesota)
  • November 16th – 17th: BU Round Robin (Hosted by Boston University)
  • November 16th – 17th: Bard Round Robin (Hosted by Bard College)
  • November 23rd – 24th: Bucknell Round Robin (Hosted by Bucknell University)
  • November 23rd – 24th: Liberty League Championships (Hosted by St. Lawrence University)
  • December 6th – 8th: Wesleyan Invitational (Hosted by Wesleyan University)
  • December 6th-8th: Middlebury Round Robin (Hosted by Middlebury College)
  • January 9th – 12th: Stanford Round Robin (Hosted by Stanford University)
  • January 17th – 19th: Maine Event (Hosted by Bates College, Bowdoin College, Colby College)
  • January 17th – 19th: Pioneer Valley Invitational (Hosted by Amherst College, Mount Holyoke College, Smith College)
  • January 24th – 26th: PL Round Robin (Hosted by Bucknell University)
  • January 24th – 26th: UVA Round Robin (Hosted by the University of Virginia)
  • January 24th – 26th: Smith College Invitational (Hosted by Smith College)
  • January 24th – 26th: Yale Round Robin (Hosted by Yale University)
  • January 25th – 26th: Hamilton Invitational (Hosted by Hamilton College)
  • January 25th: Little Three Championships (Hosted by Amherst College)
  • January 31st – February 2nd: NESCAC Championships (Hosted by Hamilton College)
  • January 31st – February 2nd: West Coast Round Robin (Hosted by Stanford University)
  • January 31st – February 2nd: Washington in St. Louis Round Robin (Hosted by the University of Washington in St. Louis)
  • January 31st – February 2nd: JHU Round Robin at Meadow Mills (Hosted by Johns Hopkins University)
  • February 1st: Seven Sisters Championships (Hosted by Smith College)
  • February 7th – 9th: DIII Individual Tournament (Hosted by Bowdoin College)
  • February 8th: Hudson Valley Team Tournament (Hosted by Vassar College)
  • February 8th – 9th: George Washington Round Robin (Hosted by George Washington University)
  • February 14th – 16th: Men’s College Squash Association National Team Championships (Hosted by Harvard University)
  • February 21st– 23rd: Women’s College Squash Association National Team Championships (Hosted by Princeton University)
  • February 28th – March 2nd: College Squash Association Individual Championships (Hosted by the University of Pennsylvania)

As a reminder, teams are required to compete in a certain number of matches with a certain number of players in each match to be eligible for the nine player divisions at the National Team Championships:

  • Varsity teams are required to play ten (10) matches against other CSA teams to enter team championships. At minimum, each team should have at least 6 different opponents. Varsity teams should play the majority of their matches against other varsity schools.
  • Club teams planning to enter 9 player divisions are required to play eight (8) matches against other CSA teams to enter team championships. In addition, club teams must play at least four (4) matches between January 1st and February 10th. At minimum, each team should have at least five (5) different opponents.
  • For a regular season match to officially count for ranking purposes, each team must have at least seven players.