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The Finals! 2024 CSA Divisional Team Championships

The atmosphere was electric at the 2024 CSA Divisional Team Championship Finals today at the Arlen Specter US Squash Center. This year, the College Squash Association introduced a new championship format and for the first time since 2016, men’s and women’s teams competed alongside each other. In a packed house, several men’s and women’s teams ranked 13th and below were crowned champions today.

Hoehn Cup (Men) – B Division
(3) Rochester def. (1) Williams 6-3
Rochester won the 2024 Hoehn Cup by a 6-3 score over top seeded Williams. This championship win comes just a week after the men clinched their 5th straight Liberty League title.

Summers Cup (Men) – C Division
(1) Hobart def. (2) Navy 5-4
Top seeded Hobart College won the 2024 Summers Cup over second seeded Navy in a nail-biting 5-4 match. The Hobart men fought with everything they had this weekend with 3 5-4 matches.

Conroy Cup (Men) – D Division
Wesleyan def. Conn College 6-3
The Wesleyan men made their way through the Conroy Cup round robin undefeated crowning them the 2024 champions. This marks the first Conroy Cup title since 2017 and 4th overall.

Kurtz Cup (Women) – B Division
(3) Georgetown def. (4) Williams 7-2
After taking down second seeded William Smith in the semifinals, third seeded Georgetown moved onto the finals where the won the 2024 Kurtz cup in a 7-2 match against Williams.

Walker Cup (Women) – C Division 
(1) Wesleyan def. (2) F&M 5-4
Top seeded Wesleyan narrowly clinched a spot in the finals with a 5-4 win over St. Lawrence. The Wesleyan women found themselves in another 4-4 fight against F&M in the Walker Cup finals. Today, the walked away Walker Cup Champions.

This weekend will be followed by the CSA National Collegiate Team Championships on February 29 to March 3, where the top 12-ranked men’s and women’s teams will contend for the Potter Cup and Howe Cup, respectively. This change in format set out to bring a fresh dynamic to these championships, highlighting the depth and diversity of college squash talent and it sure did! Through many intense matches, players demonstrated fair-play and good sportsmanship setting a great example for tournaments to come.