The College Squash Association (CSA) has released the newest set of team rankings, reflecting results through this past weekend.
Harvard takes over as the new women’s No. 1 after defeating previous No. 1 Princeton and No. 7 Penn each 8-1. Harvard will aim to consolidate an undefeated regular season in its final matches against Yale and Brown.
Despite an active weekend of competition, the top 12 of the men’s rankings remain unchanged. Brown makes the most significant jump, moving from No. 16 to No. 13 after upsetting Cornell.
The Williams women move up one position to no. 12 after a strong second place performance at the NESCAC championships. Bates also continues their rise after a difficult start to the season, overtaking Dickinson as the new No. 18.
The upcoming matches on February 9-11 will be the final ones counting towards regular season rankings leading into the women’s team nationals the following weekend, while the men have one extra weekend of regular season play February 16-18. Teams will be actively jockeying for position over the coming week to put themselves in the best possible position for championship season.
To view all rankings, visit the CSA rankings page.