Drexel University arrived on the college squash scene only four seasons ago, but the team has been quietly ascending the rankings.
The Colonials hope to move into the top twenty and start a new chapter in the history of varsity men's squash at GW.
Illinois is a young team: four of its players last year were first-year students, and all will be returning this season.
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.
The Diplomats' have their eyes on a spot in the top ten this season.
After winning the Summers Cup consolation finals last season, Hamilton looks to be a contender for the C Division title.
Notre Dame, the 2008 Hawthorne Cup runner-up, has its sights on moving up to compete in the Serues Cup this season.
After finishing 31st last season, the Raiders want to make it back into the top thirty and finish with their team's highest ranking ever.
This season, Tulane hopes to make it back to Nationals and compete with a full nine-player roster.