2015 – 2016 College Squash Individual Championship Information

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Stamford, CT — Below is information about the 2015 – 2016 College Squash Individual Championships.

Draws: Here is a link to the 2015 -2016 College Squash Individual Draws (draws will be populated once they are completed).

Championship Final Times:

  • Ramsay Cup (Women’s A Draw): Sunday, 12:30 PM
  • Pool Trophy (Men’s A Draw): Sunday, 1:30
  • Women’s B Draw Finals: Sunday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM
  • Men’s B Draw Finals: Sunday 9:00 AM – 1:00 PM

Location: Chelsea Piers (One Blachley Road, Stamford, CT 06902)

Tickets: Chelsea Piers will be selling tickets to the Individual Championships.

Each school’s coaches have been given information on providing complimentary passes to players, parents, and those associated with the team. If players have family members planning to attend, please inform your coach.

In addition, individuals connected with National Urban Squash Education Association (NUSEA) programs — players, coaches, families, and employees — will also have complimentary passes to the event. Information has been provided to NUSEA programs about complimentary passes to the Individual Championships.

Live Scoring: Real-time match results will be available throughout the weekend using Live Scores on ClubLocker.com.

Withdrawals: If any players plan to withdraw, coaches should send that information to the tournament director, Dent Wilkens, immediately. There are waitlists for both women and men, and timely withdrawals of players give these players the opportunity to travel and compete.

Match Times: Matches will begin at 12 PM on Friday morning, and go until 3pm Sunday afternoon.

# of Players Per School: For the Men’s and Women’s Individual Championships, each varsity school is guaranteed one (1) entry.

Draw Types: The A flights of the men’s (Pool Trophy) and women’s (Ramsay Cup) individual championships will be 16-person draws.

For both the men’s and women’s individual championships, players seeded 17th – 80th will be divided into four draws.

Players will be guaranteed a minimum of two matches.

Refereeing: Winners and losers of matches will be required to referee a match during the next scheduled match time.