2010 – 2011 College Squash Season Previews
The 2010 - 2011 college squash season is just around the corner. For the next few weeks, we will be publishing team previews of CSA member teams.
Columbia Squash Elevated to Varsity Status; Engman to Coach Women
Columbia University's men's and women's squash programs will be elevated to varsity status this fall. Kelsey Engman has been named head coach of the women's program, and Jacques Swanepoel will continue to lead the men's program.
Bob Hawthorn Retires as Fordham’s Squash and Tennis Coach
After fifty-four years of coaching at Fordham University, Bob Hawthorn retired as the school's head squash and tennis coach.
Assaiante Reports from the 2010 World University Squash Games
The following report was written by Paul Assaiante, head coach of the team representing the United States in the World University Squash Games.
Post Season Squash Recognition: United States Naval Academy Senior Honored
The Naval Academy has a rich squash history. Justin Langan recently added to that history by being awarded the Coaches' Calvert Award.
The United States Squash Team for the 2010 World University Games
The College Squash Association and U.S. Squash are pleased to announce that they are co-sponsoring the five-person team that is representing the United States at the 2010 World University Games.
2010 NESCAC Men’s All Conference Team
The New England Small College Athletic Conference (NESCAC) has announced its 2009-2010 All-Conference teams.
2010 NESCAC Women’s All Conference Team
The New England Small College Athletic Conference has announced its 2009-2010 All-Conference squash teams.
Laura Gemmell Wins 2010 Women’s Individual Squash Championship
Harvard first-year player defeated Trinity's Pamela Hathway in a thrilling five-game match to win the 2010 Women's Individual Championship.