Scheduling Matches for the 2009-2010 College Squash Season

Several teams, including Brandeis, USC, Siena, and Boston College, are looking to schedule additional matches.

2009 – 2010 College Squash Previews

For the next several weeks, the College Squash Association will be publishing season previews of its member teams. In mid to late October, when the previews have concluded, the preseason rankings will be released.

College Squash Players Compete in the 18th Maccabiah Games

Sarah Odell, a senior at Wellesley, shares her experiences at the eighteenth World Maccabiah Games. Every four years, Israel hosts a multisport competition featuring Jewish athletes from around the world.

Building a Squash Community

Vassar senior Hope Blinkoff reflects on how squash can bring together people from different backgrounds.

2009 Purdue Round Robin

Notre Dame coach and Purdue graduate Geoff McCuen describes his team's experiences at the 2009 Purdue Round Robin.

College Squash Players: The Next Generation of Doubles Players

Wellesley senior Sarah Odell shares college players' experiences from the 2009 U25 Doubles Summer Roadtrip.

The History and Tradition of the Naval Academy’s USS Barb Squash...

The United States Naval Academy is rich in traditions. While some traditions date back to the school’s founding in 1845, the USS Barb Squash Racquets Perpetual Trophy, another Naval Academy tradition, started on the squash courts in 1958.

College Squash Rewind (September and October 2009)

The college squash season is getting underway for the majority of teams; however, has already been busy this fall. Here are some highlights in case you missed them.

Sean Sloane: Thoughts on Retiring from Squash Coaching

This summer, Sean Sloane announced his retirement as the head men’s and women’s squash coach at Haverford College. He was recently interviewed by the College Squash Association.