The College Squash Association (CSA) has released the newest set of team rankings, reflecting results through this past weekend.
The top three of the women’s rankings remain unchanged, with Princeton holding the No. 1 position followed by Harvard and Trinity. After defeating Trinity 7-2 on Monday evening, Harvard will face Princeton this Saturday in a showdown between the only two remaining undefeated teams. Stanford replaces Yale as the new No. 4 following a 6-3 win against the Bulldogs over the weekend.
The top four men’s teams remain the same, with undefeated Trinity maintaining the top position. Dartmouth claims the team’s highest ranking in several years—No. 5—after a strong set of wins over Rochester and Drexel.
Also making gains on the men’s side are the Naval Academy (No. 13), the University of Virginia (No. 14), Bates (No. 19), Bowdoin (No. 27), and Fordham (No. 34). In the women’s league, Brown climbs into the top 10 and the University of Virginia to No. 12. Bates and Franklin & Marshall made the greatest gains on the women’s side, moving to No. 19 and 23, respectively.
To view all rankings, visit the CSA rankings page.