Princeton’s Todd Harrity and Harvard’s Amanda Sobhy are the top seeds in the men’s and women’s main draws for the 2013 College Squash Association (CSA) Individual Championships this weekend.
March 1, 2013
A week after Harvard University’s women defeated Trinity College 5-4 in the finals of the 2013 College Squash Association Women’s Team Championships, the Bantam's men returned the favor with a 6-3 victory over the Crimson to win the Potter Cup Men's Team Championship and their fourteenth national title at Yale University.
February 25, 2013
The 2013 College Squash Association Men’s Team Championships begin tomorrow at Yale University with the top eight teams in the country vying for the Potter Cup. The culmination of the Men’s college squash season features over 500 players and 50 teams spread amongst seven draws of eight teams each. “Following one of the most closely-fought [...]
February 21, 2013
Harvard University successfully defended the Howe Cup to win their fourteenth national team championship this weekend after a compelling 5-4 final win against Trinity College at the 2013 CSA Women’s Team Championships.
February 18, 2013
College, News, Women
Forty women’s college teams from around the country will participate in the 2013 College Squash Association (CSA) Women’s Team Championships in New Haven, Connecticut starting on Friday. [...]
February 14, 2013
College, News, Women
For more than 30 years, from as early as 1981, at the urging of the Junior Committee which encouraged and then later required the wearing of protective eyewear during accredited (sanctioned) play, the priority of ensuring the safety of the participants has been part of US Squash policies. The Association later adopted the American Society [...]
US Squash is making a renewed push for the use of protective eyewear for all players, reminding participants of the serious dangers of significant injury when not wearing approved eyewear. [...]
Women’s Squash Week will take place September 8th-15th, 2012. With the goal of getting more woman involved and playing squash, events have been planned at clubs in Baltimore, Connecticut, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington D.C. New York and Washington, D.C. have run Women’s squash nights and have seen a dramatic increase in [...]
Tickets for the 2012 Delaware Investments U.S. Open Squash Championships, being held October 4th-October 12th, on the campus of Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA, are on sale now. The most prestigious squash tournament in the country, the U.S. Open will offer $185, 000 in combined Men’s and Women’s prize money, attracting the best squash players [...]
May 1, 2012
US Squash has announced the recipients of two of it’s most prestigious awards to outstanding members of the junior squash community. The DeRoy Sportsmanship Award, presented annually to a ranked male and female junior player in their senior year who has risen above the expectations of sportsmanship through superb tact and graciousness both on and [...]
March 20, 2012
Trinity College’s historic 13-year National Championship streak ended yesterday as Princeton University climbed back from a 4-2 match deficit to claim the title 5-4 in Princeton, NJ at the 2012 College Squash Men’s National Team Championships. With the overall contest tied at 4-4, Princeton senior and captain Kelly Shannon defeated Trinity Junior Reinhold Hergeth 3-0. The [...]
February 20, 2012
Trinity College will be seeking their 14th consecutive title as the Men’s College Squash Association Team Championships kick off this weekend at Princeton University. Despite a loss to Yale University in January, snapping their record 252 match winning streak, Trinity is the top seed in what promises to be one of the most closely contested Men’s Championships in [...]
February 15, 2012