Induction into the College Squash Hall of Fame is an honor reserved for the top players and coaches at the collegiate level. The Hall also recognizes individuals who have made an extraordinary impact on the intercollegiate game through their off-court contributions.
Players: Hall of Fame awards are given for overall excellence exhibited during an individual’s college career, usually (but not necessarily) including at least one win of the collegiate individual championships. Inductees also usually have continuing presence in and commitment to squash following their college career. Players must be ten years beyond graduation to be considered.
Coaches: Hall of Fame awards are given to coaches who have left a signature imprint on the college game and who usually coached at least ten years. The award is typically given after individuals retire from coaching.
Friends of College Squash: Hall of Fame awards are given to individuals who have made a significant impact on the college game as promoters, sponsors, or in other roles.
Procedures: Hall of Fame awards are recommended by the CSA Hall of Fame Committee and decided on by the Board of Directors.