Boston University: 2015 – 2016 Men’s College Squash Season Preview


Boston UniversityBoston, MA — Boston University has plans for the 2015 – 2016 season. After finishing as the runner-up in the last season’s Serues Cup (F Division) at Team Championships, the Terriers want to make the jump to the Chaffee Cup (E Division) this season. After graduating three players, Boston University will need to have their five incoming players fill the voids. According to co-captain Joel Lavoie, “It should be a great season with our good returning core of players combined with a few very good incoming freshman who can play at the top of the ladder.” Last season, Boston University had few wins — three — entering Team Championships. To improve this season, they will need to perform well against city rivals, Boston College and Northeastern. The middle third of their ladder had the best win percentage of the squad, 0.375, but to improve, the entire team will need win more individual matches. Look for Boston University to be fighting for a position in the Chaffee Cup this season.

2014-2015 SEASON RECAP

Season Record: 5-11

Final Ranking: 42

Team Championships: 2nd in the Serues Cup (F Division)

By the Numbers (From US Squash): 5-4 Matches Won: 2 of 3… Top 3 Win %: 0.25… Middle 3 Win %: 0.375… Lower 3 Win %: 0.3333


Program Status: Emerging Club

Returning Players from Team Championships: 2. Griffin Bonner (2018); 4. Joel Lavoie (2018); 5. Arthur Hobhouse (2017); 6. Allan Chen (2016); 7. Paulo Damoura (2016); 9. Chris Schwagerl (2017)

Graduated/Non-Returning Players from 2014-2015 Team Championships: 1. Chaiyatat Bunjapamai (2015); 3. Jonathan Chambers (2015); 8. Aahan Sethi (2015); 10. Sethanan Chutichetpong (2018); 11. Arush Sabherwal (2015)

Additions to the 2015-2016 Roster:

  • Expected to play in the top 3: Marwan Sallem and Parker Tonissi (Noble & Greenough)
  • Expected to play in the middle 3: Emanuel Vieira De Andrade
  • Other addition: Adam Whitaker and Pedro Virguez

Captains: Joel Lavoie and Allan Chen

Team Goals: To move up a division at Team Championships

Key Matches: Boston College and Northeastern

To read other team previews, please visit the 2015-2016 College Squash Season Previews page.