Northampton, MA — The college squash season is getting underway for the majority of teams; however, CollegeSquashAssociation.com has already been busy this fall. Below are some highlights in case you missed them.
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The College Squash Association (CSA) is fortunate to have tremendous sponsors and partners:
- Harrow Sports (Official Equipment Supplier) – Harrow recently launched custom school equipment;
- Dunlop Sports (Official Ball Supplier) – Dunlop balls are used in all team and individual matches;
- US Squash; and
- Western Mass Squash.
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- The History and Tradition of the Naval Academy’s USS Barb Squash Racquets Perpetual Trophy – The story behind the 53 year tradition of the Barb Trophy;
- College Squash Players: The Next Generation of Doubles Players – Wellesley senior Sarah Odell shares college players’ experiences from the 2009 U25 Doubles Summer Roadtrip;
- 2009 Purdue Round Robin – Notre Dame coach and Purdue graduate Geoff McCuen describes his team’s experiences at the 2009 Purdue Round Robin;
- Building a Squash Community – Vassar senior Hope Blinkoff reflects on how squash can bring together people from different backgrounds;
- College Squash Players Compete in the 18th Maccabiah Games – Sarah Odell, a senior at Wellesley, shares her experiences at the eighteenth World Maccabiah Games;
- College Squash Adopting Point-A-Rally Scoring to 11 – Beginning this season, the College Squash Association will adopt Point-A-Rally scoring to 11 (PAR 11);
- Scheduling Matches for the 2009-2010 College Squash Season – Key tournaments for the 2009 – 2010 season; and
- MIT Appoints Nadeem Mazen as New Squash Coach – Nadeem Mazem has been named the Engineers’ new head squash coach.
- 2009 – 2010 College Squash Previews – Introduction to the team previews;
- CSA Season Preview Page – the CSA published over 70 men’s and women’s team previews;