The College Squash Association (CSA) has published the second set of the college squash team rankings for the 2019-2020 season. Along with the varsity teams from the preseason poll, 43 club teams enter the rankings for the first time after competing in at least three matches so far this season.
Movement within the rankings was limited due to the early season schedule, but there were some notable shifts.
On the men’s side, Western Ontario’s victories over Cornell and St. Lawrence saw them jump both opponents to No. 13. Virginia and George Washington swapped places at Nos. 8 and 9 thanks to the Cavalier victory in their head-to-head match-up. Similarly, Bates fell behind No. 24 Bowdoin after the Polar Bears’ upset win. Chatham’s 8-0 start propels them to a program-best No. 31 ranking.
The women’s rankings features two slight changes from the original poll. Penn’s win over Drexel on Sunday sees the Quakers jump their neighbors into the No. 7 position. Also, William Smith’s victory over St. Lawrence bumps the Saints down to No. 27.
A successful weekend for the Georgetown women propels them to No. 31, the highest ranked women’s club team. Cal-Berkeley swept a men’s round robin in New York City to capture the highest men’s club team ranking at No. 33.
To view the full set of rankings, please visit the College Squash Team Rankings page.