The Bantams are gunning for another title run.
The Drexel women hope to grow their team to a full nine players and compete in the Epps Cup this season.
The dedicated group of players have been rewarded for their hard work by being recognized by Boston College as an official club sport.
Last season, Notre Dame joined the women's squash scene, sending five players to the Emerging Teams division of Howe Cup for the first time.
Bates looks to reclaim its place in the top ten this season.
After losing six players to graduation, Haverford faces a potentially challenging season.
With an influx of experienced first-year players, defending Liberty League champion Vassar looks to move back into the B Division to compete for the Kurtz Cup.
As Columbia transitions from a club team to an emerging varsity program, the Lions look to crack the top 20.
After an injury-plagued 2008-2009 season, the Blue are ready to move back up the rankings.