The coed Brandeis squash club, one of the newest programs to join the College Squash Association, is looking forward to growing this season.
This year, the Big Red, who won the 2009 Barnaby Award for team improvement, look to take on the top teams in the A division.
This season, Tulane hopes to make it back to Nationals and compete with a full nine-player roster.
Notre Dame, the 2008 Hawthorne Cup runner-up, has its sights on moving up to compete in the Serues Cup this season.
The United States Naval Academy returns another strong team for the 2009-2010 season.
Last season, BU’s first as an official club program, the Terriers won the consolation finals of the Serues Cup (F Division), finishing the season ranked 45th.
The Panthers look to continue improving this season and establish themselves as a force within the top twenty.
With seven of its top nine players from last season returning, the outlook for the season looks promising.
Entering its fourth season, Georgetown looks to improve on its last season's final ranking of 29th in the country.