By Michael T. Bello
Published Jul 5, 2009 at 2:41 PM ET; Updated Sep 17, 2009 at 10:18 PM ET

College Squash AssociationNorthampton, MA — Today, the College Squash Association (CSA) launched the beta version of its new website, CollegeSquashAssociation.com. Prior to the website’s official launch in August, the CSA encourages coaches, players, and fans to test out the new site.

Testing: If you notice any unusual-looking pages, contact us. Please let us know what operating system and web browser (with version number) you are using, and if possible, send a screen shot of the issue.

Update Bookmarks: Please update your records to reflect the new CSA website.  If you would like a copy of the new CSA logo for your website, please contact us.

Sponsorship/Advertise: The CSA would like to thank Harrow Sports, its official equipment supplier, and Dunlop Sports, its official squash ball supplier, for their support as we have been developing our new website.

If anyone is interested in sponsoring or advertising with the CSA, please visit the our Advertise/Sponsor page.

Follow Us: You may always follow the excitement of the CSA by visiting our new website; however, there are several other options to keep you connected to the action on the courts.  We have feeds available for your RSS Reader or through your e-mail account.  In addition, we have a Twitter account and a Facebook page.

Interact: Feel free to interact with the site.  Each article has buttons to allow you to share the piece on Facebook, Yahoo Buzz, Digg, or Twitter.  You may also comment on our stories directly on the site.

Rules and Team Information: Check out the CSA’s rules and team contact information.  Please note that our rules may be revised slightly before the season begins. If you notice that any of our contact information is out of date, please contact us.

Historical Information: The CSA spent a great deal of time this summer collecting and verifying its historical information.  Our Archives, Awards, and Champions sections of the website are designed to preserve intercollegiate squash’s history and tradition.  There are a few pieces of historical information that the CSA needs your help in collecting:

  • Men’s All-Americans for 1971, 1976, 1980, 1981, and 1982;
  • Men’s Barnaby Award (Most Improved Team) from 1986;
  • Men’s Skillman Award (Senior Sportmanship) from 1986;
  • Men’s Sloane Award (Team Sportsmanship) from 1983, 1986, and 2005;
  • Men’s End of Season Team Rankings: Missing prior to 1999;
  • Men’s End of Season Individual Rankings prior to 1999;
  • Seven Sisters all-tournament teams for 2000 through 2005; and
  • Men’s and Women’s Liberty League Tournament Winners and All-Tournament Teams

If you have any of this information, notice any inaccuracies, or have additional information that you would like to share with the CSA, please contact us.

We hope you enjoy our new site.