The dedicated group of players have been rewarded for their hard work by being recognized by Boston College as an official club sport.
Illinois is a young team: four of its players last year were first-year students, and all will be returning this season.
Last November, Swarthmore students started a student-run and financed squash team.
The Northwestern Wildcats are part of the up and coming Midwest squash scene. Founded in the 1990s, the team has quietly moved up the rankings.
The Bulldogs will look to improve upon last season's fifth-place finish when they host the National Team Championships in February.
The 2009-2010 season will bring big changes to Haverford.
Bucknell is one of the newest programs in men's squash.
After reaching the finals of the National Team Championships in each of the last four seasons, Princeton hopes 2009-2010 will be their year to win it all.
With number 1 player Rob Young back in the lineup, the University of Washington Huskies are ready to make it back to the top 40.